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Moving Rhythm Meditation

at Entelechea Center
October 13 ~ December 8


Let’s celebrate life in its intensity! Meet this moment with new energy, devotion and mindfulness.

Are you looking to:

  • Reduce stress and anxiety?

  • Improve your mood and well-being?

  • Increase self-awareness and self-confidence?

  • Enhance creativity and intuition?

  • Promote physical and emotional balance?

TaKeTiNa is about deep connection with life through rhythm. It is a practice, a path, that leads you into a deep meditation where we learn to find stillness in chaos, silence our inner critic, develop multi-layered awareness and connect with our inner rhythm!

What is TaKeTiNa? - TaKeTiNa is a system of rhythm and movement that was developed by Reinhard Flatischler in the 1970s based on the idea that rhythm is the foundation of life and that by connecting with our own rhythm, we can find greater peace, harmony, and well-being. As rhythm is a fundamental part of the human experience, by working with rhythm we can connect with our inner selves and with the world around us.

The rhythmic movement helps to release tension and stress, and to connect with the body's natural rhythms. The music helps to create a sense of spaciousness and stillness, and the meditation helps to deepen the experience of connection and inner peace.

Dive into a profoundly elegant rhythm meditation and experience silence, generate resilience and stability, and develop multi-layered awareness. You will discover and open up new spaces within yourself and expand your consciousness.

TaKeTiNa is an invitation to go at your own pace, to make mistakes as part of the learning, to let go of mental activities for more body awareness, more trust, more laughter, more empathy; more life ! To be in rhythm, to forget, to observe and to get to know yourself deeper and deeper, to be led into timelessness by sounds and to open other layers of consciousness – this is the journey we invite you to.

Moving in rhythm, free dancing, listening, meditation and relaxation alternate and flow into each other. Rhythm is joy and energy but also quietness and peace. TaKeTiNa is the place where music and meditation meet to bring us a sense of expansive space and timelessness.

TaKeTiNa is suitable for people of all ages and backgrounds. No previous experience or musical training required! Open and accessible to all! TaKeTiNa is a beginner-friendly practice. The instructor will provide guidance and support throughout the workshop.

$35 per session, or $90 for any 3 sessions.
Space is limited - Scholarships available, contact for more information

Register today to reserve your spot!

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What are the benefits of TaKeTiNa?

  • Increased relaxation and stress relief

  • Improved focus and concentration

  • Enhanced creativity and intuition

  • Deepened connection with self and others

  • Increased sense of well-being and happiness

  • Reducing stress and anxiety

  • Improving mood and well-being

  • Increasing self-awareness and self-confidence

  • Enhancing creativity and intuition

  • Promoting physical and emotional balance

What to expect:

  • Deep sense of relaxation and well-being

  • Release of tension and stress from your body and mind

  • Connecting with your inner self

  • Awakened empathy

  • Playfulness, peace and joy

  • New levels of awareness and consciousness

  • Open up new spaces of creativity and intuition


Your first TaKeTiNa experience may be different from anyone else's. However, there are some things you can expect. First, you will likely feel relaxed and at ease at times and challenged and uncertain at others. You may also feel a sense of connection with yourself and others. The TaKeTiNa practice is a way to connect with our shared humanity, and it can help us feel more connected to the world around us. Finally, you may feel inspired and motivated. TaKeTiNa can help us tap into our creativity and intuition, and it can give us the energy and motivation we need to make positive changes in our lives.


What to bring:

  • Comfortable clothing to move in

  • A yoga mat, pillow, blanket

  • A water bottle and snack (chocolate!)

  • A journal and pen (optional)

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