Welcome to TaKeTiNa
TaKeTiNa is one of the most effective learning methods of our time. It is used worldwide in music education, performance, therapy, and personal development.
"Entering timelessness... Wow, what a feeling, to have the freedom to lay down and jump around. Thanks for the tangible freedom and the wisdom of chaos!"
Lioba S. – Participant of a Taketina Workshop
"I feel so enriched by Taketina! Sinking into the interaction between concentration and relaxation was quite rewarding."
David N. – Participant of a Taketina Workshop
"This workshop really was an incredible experience with all imaginable hights and profundities. It was awesome to witness how joyful people became and how intimate the atmosphere unfolded in this workshop. Thank you so much!"
Rahel S. – Participant of a Taketina Workshop
TaKeTiNa is a powerful tool for self-mastery. It enables and inspires me to constantly bring out the very best of what I can be in this world – as a musician – as a teacher – as a leader. This is my passion, this is what I live for…
TaKeTiNa forges courage, resilience and mental equilibrium through rhythm.
out of courage comes love…
out of resilience comes understanding, that you are in charge of what happens in your life…
out of mental equilibrium comes inner peace…
If old Kant had only known TaKeTiNa…
…then the brave old philosopher might have been saved many a night’s work and might possibly have never written his “Critique of Pure Reason”. Instead of incessantly reflecting on how to solve the many problems we humans keep on causing with our limited understanding, dear old Immanuel might have seen from TaKeTiNa that it can sometimes be more helpful to give up conscious control instead of trying to increase it.
But old Kant would probably have begun to despair during the first exercises. Thus, not much would have been won by him simply knowing about TaKeTiNa. He would have had needed you, dear Reinhard and Cornelia, or one of the other competent teachers of this art – someone who would have been able to invite him, to encourage him and to inspire him to make the wonderful experience that life can only succeed when our controlling mind – at least sometimes – “gives up” and simply surrenders to what is in us as well as what is going on with us and around us.