TaKeTiNa is a holistic group learning process and a profoundly new way of experiencing and understanding rhythm. It was developed by world renowned Austrian composer and master percussionist Reinhard Flatischler.
In TaKeTiNa, music, movement, communication, neurological research and chaos theory are integrated to create a new process for learning and transformation.
Learning with the TaKeTiNa process develops inner presence, creativity and musicality and opens an awareness of our individual patterns which inhibit our lives and relationships.
TaKeTiNa leads participants to their innate rhythmic knowledge and connects us to the forgotten power of rhythm in nature and within us.
TaKeTiNa is deeply relaxing and meditative. It requires no musical experience and invites participants to go at their own pace.
Where is TaKeTiNa being used?
The process is used in the areas of music therapy, music training, pain management and rehabilitation programs. TaKeTiNa is also officially part of the curriculum at music conservatories located in Hamburg, Zurich and at the University of Performing Arts, Vienna.
TaKeTiNa celebrates 40 years of guiding people into rhythm and is now backed by scientific research currently being conducted by four European Universities.