DrumRise and Kumandi Drums & Healing present
TaKeTiNa - Rhythm for Evolution
a 3-Day Workshop with Cornelia Flatischler, assisted by Elaine Fong 


Colleen Caffrey and Amy Jackson 


Friday September 16, 2011 at 10:00 AM EDT
Sunday September 18, 2011 at 5:00 PM EDT

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Registration Fees

Registration through Sept 1st: $300
Registration after Sept 1st: $400

Or reserve your spot with a $175 deposit by Sept 1st and another $175 due at the door.


Clarkston Community Center 
3701 College Avenue
Clarkston, GA 30021

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TaKeTiNa Atlanta Practice Groups

Three Atlantans - David Baycura and DrumRise's Colleen Caffrey and Amy Jackson are currently in a 3-year training to become TaKeTiNa facilitators. We are conducting open, free practice sessions, to improve and grow our abilities to facilitate the work.  We invite anyone interested to come and experience a taste of TaKeTiNa while helping support us in our learning.  To be notified of upcoming practice groups, join us on MeetUp.com

What is TaKeTiNa?

a Series of Playful Journeys in Music and Movement

a Moving Meditation 

a Practice in Presence

a Uniquely Effective Kinesthetic Learning Experience

an Opportunity For Self-Discovery Through Rhythm

Advanced musicians will be challenged...  Yet, no experience is necessary.

All you need is a curious mind.

About the Facilitators

Cornelia Flatischler

Cornelia FlatischlerCornelia Flatischler is a master-level TaKeTiNa teacher, originally from Zurich, Switzerland.  Together with her husband, Reinhard Flatischler, founder of the TaKeTiNa process, Cornelia is co-developer, and co-leader for all TaKeTiNa instructor trainings worldwide - currently on three continents. Cornelia is also a Tai Chi, Chi Gong, and Tao Yoga practitioner with 25 years of intensive training.


Elaine Fong

Elaine FongElaine Fong is a certified TaKeTiNa rhythm instructor at the advanced level, with more than 10 years of dance training and nearly 20 years of rhythm teaching experience. An accomplished practitioner of Japanese taiko drums, she is founder and former artistic director of the taiko organization, Odaiko New England.

Elaine holds an undergraduate degree from Princeton University and a masters degree from the Yale School of Organization and Management.