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    POSTPONED TO MARCH 2023 Mindfulness in Motion ... Back to Flow - with Master TaKeTiNa facilitator Tania Bosak and Advanced facilitator Michael Kokinos

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    This event has been Postponed until March 2023

    Mindfulness in Motion... Back to Flow with Master TaKeTiNa facilitator Tania Bosak and Michael Kokinos

    ** When booking your ticket, please select dormitory or camping accomodation. 

    Further details including directions to the venue will be sent to you upon placing your booking. 

    Your host will also send you a registration form to complete which will ask for a little more information such as next of kin, dietary requirements, sleeping arrangement preferences and any relevant medical conditions.

    If you have questions about any aspect of the workshop please email your host Elissa at (Please do not contact Tania or Michael directly about workshop details), thank you.

    If you need to arrange a payment plan, or are seeking support for your workshop attendance, please contact Elissa at We have included a 'pay it forward' donation option in our ticketing system that may enable some support for people experiencing financial hardship.

    Mindfulness in Motion... Back to Flow with Master TaKeTiNa facilitator Tania Bosak and Michael Kokinos

    “TaKeTiNa is mindfulness in motion, where the body becomes the instrument, and guided rhythm journeys invite states of timelessness and deep rhythmic flow, creating an exhilarating inner silence as well as a wellspring of musical creativity” - Tania Bosak. 

    FLOW happens when you have a system that works and there is minimal resistance, followed by a deep sense of surrender. Things just happen…

    By learning what it means to enter a state of flow you can increase your productivity, be more creative, and access states where timelessness, effortlessness, deep relaxation and optimal experience merge.

    The process requires no musical or rhythm experience and is an extremely playful and joyous way of entering into the archetypal foundations of rhythms that exist in all music. 

    The process presents opportunities for spontaneity, self-observation, musical expression, reflection and time to rest. 

    This intensive format allows participants time to integrate the process as well as enter deeper states of inner expansion and self awareness, which continue to unfold for several months after a weekend workshop. 

    About The Leaders

    Tania Bosak

    Tania has worked for more than 32 years as an actor, musician, producer, composer, and teacher across the arts and music education in Australia and abroad. She commenced her TaKeTiNa Teacher training in 1998 in Portland USA, and qualified as a Master TaKeTiNa teacher in 2018. Tania holds a degree in theatre, acting and contemporary dance, and has trained as a Generative Trance therapist with Dr. Stephen Gilligan.

    She is currently teaching TaKeTiNa as part of the Bachelor of Rhythm and Rhythmics at the Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles, and conducts yearly training at Melbourne University, where she teaches rhythm, movement, TaKeTiNa and performance skills to the theatre students.

    Michael Kokinos

    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. Michael’s regular TaKeTiNa “Rhythm for Vitality” workshops at the Abbostsford Convent in Melbourne have been popular in 2014/5. .

    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.

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