at The Michael Centre
Saturday, 27 January 2018 from 1:30 PM - Sunday, 28 January 2018 to 3:30 PM + Add to calendar27/01/2018 13:3028/01/2018 15:30Australia/SydneyEmbodying Intentions 2018: Rhythm & Movement for EvolutionEmbodying Intentions 2018: Rhythm & Movement for Evolution Saturday, 27 January 2018 from 1:30 PM - Sunday, 28 January 2018 to 3:30 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Andy Harrison XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Address The Michael Centre 37A Wellington Park Drive Warranwood 3134 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/62445/embodying_intentions_2018_rhythm__movement_for_evolution.aspxThe Michael Centre
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Embodying Intentions 2018: Rhythm & Movement for Evolution
TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process with Michael Kokinos
Melbourne JAN 27/28
With our world constantly in flux, our environment changing, periods of chaos in our lives inevitable... how do we stay true to our core and what’s most alive in our heart...holding our highest aspirations, and staying connected, even in times when things are falling apart?
How do we stay authentically connected to what’s resonating in the centre? ... to feel it, find it, listen to it’s subtle voice.. and bring this deepest part of ourselves into our embodied, physical world.
As the year begins many of us are determined to make positive changes in our lives and the world… we set personal resolutions of things we’d like to see happen in the year ahead. Yet all too often these resolutions fade into the background as the stresses and hectic pace of modern life overtake us.
In this 2 day workshop, using the powerful tools of poly-rhythm, voice, movement, and somatic awareness we will create a container to connect with our core, and activate our intentions for 2018 and beyond. TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process invites us into a state of profound stillness, a time beyond time, where we drop into deep connection, and practice ways of staying centered and in flow.. even in the midst of significant chaos.
Here we have the opportunity to observe ourselves, in a safe and nurturing space, always journeying at one’s own pace. Does change and chaos make us more rigid and held? … do we withdraw and let go?, ... or are we able to dance within it all and still hold our intentions and authenticity?
Participation in a TaKeTiNa circle leads to a perceptive state which can be described as ‘simultaneous awareness’. Poly-rhythm -has been used for millennia among all cultures as a tool for healing, celebrating, and evolving our true nature. We invite you to join us for this special event in the beautiful pentagonal studio at the Michael’s Centre in Warranwood.
When: Saturday 27 Jan, 1:30 – 6PM
AND Sunday 28 Jan, 10AM – 3:30PM
Where: Michael Centre, 37a Wellington Park Drive, Warranwood, Vic 3134
$135 Early-bird until 7 Jan
Tickets available at the door dependent on availability
Facilitated by: Michael Kokinos with Ria Soemardjo
Organiser Contact: Andy Harrison, 0417 561 473, firstname.lastname@example.org
About TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process:
TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process is a unique musical group process that combines voice, movement and rhythm using the body as the primary instrument. No musical experience is necessary and participants are invited to participate at their own pace.
For a brief video intro to TaKeTiNa watch: https://youtu.be/Inr0coWTYlA
In your daily life, TaKeTiNa can help you to:
- experience a profound state of peace, relaxation and inner silence
- connect with your innate vitality
- increase your physical, emotional, and mental resilience
- manage chaotic or challenging life situations with creativity, humour and effectiveness
- decrease your anxiety about making mistakes and always getting things right
For more information about TaKeTiNa, visit www.taketina.com
About the Facilitator:
Michael is passionate about music and healing. He combines experience as a studio musician with deep knowledge of the role of rhythmic intelligence in somatic health.
His background as a physiotherapist includes over 20 years developing methods for awareness, perception and movement of the body : The TaKeTiNa process is unique as an opportunity for deep embodiment and a space to explore the connection between consciousness and soma.
Michael also has a strong connection to Arnhem Land people with 12 years working with NT Indigenous community organisations. He works closely with Steiner schools specialising in rhythm and movement for education and wellbeing. He is the founder of NT clinic Blue Sky Therapies, holds a masters degree in health management and works all over Australia and internationally. www.blueskytherapies.com.au
About the Organiser:
Andy Harrison has been involved in TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process since 1999 and is passionate to share this unique work with community in Melbourne. He is Director of Melbourne Piano School.
About the Venue:
Situated in a beautiful bush setting in Warranwood, the Michael Centre was designed by renowned Australian architect, Greg Burgess. The venue provides the perfect setting for TaKeTiNa journeys and is a comfortable air-conditioned space.
"Rhythm is one of the most ancient and efficient ways to influence and develop human consciousness. In our globally-networked and technologically-focussed world, human beings often lose touch with their own internal rhythms, making them feel displaced and de-synchronized. TaKeTiNa allows them to reconnect with the healing powers of rhythm and primordial motion. Social, mental, creative, spiritual and of course musical faculties are reawakened and developed with the practice of TaKeTiNa."
- Reinhard Flatischler (Founder of the TaKeTiNa Process)