Surfing the Waves of Rhythm - TaKeTiNa into Dance

Sat Jul 16 2022 at 10:00 am to Sun Jul 17 2022 at 05:00 pm

Alte Mälzerei Lichtenrade | Berlin

Natascha Noack
Publisher/HostNatascha Noack
Surfing the Waves of Rhythm - TaKeTiNa into Dance
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If your heart is beating, you've got rhythm!
Expand your musical horizons, recharge yourself and experience deep relaxation while Natascha, Janos and Helmut offer you this opportunity to explore complex polyrhythms easily and naturally using your body as an instrument. The journey is based on the TaKeTiNa Rhythm Process [taketina.com]. They also draw upon sound therapy, improvisational rhythm structures, somatic movement, and African dance traditions. You need no previous musical or dance experience.
Wear comfortable clothes and bring only your curiosity!
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registration:
https://www.vhsit.berlin.de
or:
Natascha Noack
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Natascha Noack is a researcher at the intersections of movement, language, film and music. Besides working as a performer, choreographer and teacher, she translates films and performance theory, conceptualises site-specific and topic-related somatic movement sessions in different contexts, and works as a voice-over artist.
Janos Crecelius is a percussionist, composer and performer. He combines a deep knowledge of West African music and its connections to the dance with an extraordinary musical presence and sensitivity. His talent and his passion are reflected in numerous projects. As a dance accompanist, he has worked for Koffi Koko, Elsa Wolliaston, Tschekpo Dan, Seydou Boro, Germaine Acogny and many others.
Helmut Erler is a renowned sound designer, musician and rhythm therapist dedicated to exploring the intricate relationship between sound and body.
As an Advanced TaKeTiNa teacher and sound-therapist he works in psychosomatic clinics and leads regular groups and workshops in Berlin and Europe.
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Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Alte Mälzerei Lichtenrade, Steinstraße 37-41,Berlin, Germany, Berlin, Germany

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