3RD TAKETINA RHYTHM TEACHER TRAINING IN AUSTRALIA 2019 – 2021

Brochure Training 2019-2021

TRAINING

Leaders: Reinhard Flatischler, Tania Bosak
 
The 3rd Australian TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process Teacher Training commences in 2019 and applications are now open with the opportunity to join this training in Set 2 commencing November 5th 2019.
This training will be led by founder Reinhard Flatischler and Master teacher Tania Bosak. After two Australian completed courses since 2011, this will be the last opportunity to train in Australia with the founder of the process.

The format of the training is offered as six x 2-week intensive sets over 2.5 years, where participants gather and learn to integrate musical, educational and therapeutic skills and knowledge. Certified TaKeTiNa teachers can use those skills both as TaKeTiNa teachers and in their related fields.

There are intensive preparation programs scheduled during July and October 2019 for those registering from Set 2. This set will be the last intake for this training cycle.

 

LOCATION

All training sets will be held at Govinda Valley Spiritual Centre, NSW, Australia. Govinda Valley is situated approximately 60 to 70 minutes by car or 50 minutes by train south of Sydney CBD, in Otford (near Helensburgh).
Lot 1 Lady Carrington Road, Otford 2508 NSW.

The centre offers superb retreat facilities in an idyllic atmosphere. Check out: www.govindavalley.com.au

DATES

1st Training Set:  February 26th – March 10th, 2019 (completed)
2nd Training Set:  November 5th – November, 17th 2019 (Final intake for this training)
3rd Training Set:  March 24th – April 5th, 2020
4th Training Set:  October 6th – October 18th, 2020
5th Training Set:  March 9th – March 21st, 2021
6th Training Set:  September 14th – September 26th, 2021

For the detailed information and application procedure contact info@bosak.com.au
 
In 2011 Tania Bosak started organizing and co-leading TaKeTiNa teacher training courses in Australia. This has since grown into a community of TaKeTiNa teachers offering TaKeTiNa workshops throughout Australia. You can follow their activities and find out about events here: www.taketina.com.au