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A weekend of Rhythm & Body Percussion workshop



2nd and 3rd FEB 2019

Greg Sheehan and Tania Bosak come together for the first time to present a 2 day Body in-Rhythm workshop and rhythm immersion, combining their complementary work in odd-time, polyrhythmic approach to drumming, body percussion, pulse-rhythm(voice, drum, body), and the TaKeTiNa rhythm and meditation process!

Limited places!

All levels welcome

There are 15 early bird rates available.

Book now!





EARLY RATE for the first 15 places only $185 GET IN FAST!

CONCESSION $195 and FULL $220


10.30-5.30pm SAT 2nd Feb 

10.30-5.30pm  SUN 3rd Feb

*Please note tickets are non-refundable, they are transferable to another person or to a future pulse rhythm event within 24 months of the workshop date. All sales are final. 


Richmond Uniting Church Hall in the Church Hall 

304-314 Church Street,  Richmond  3121 | Map



Greg Sheehan is a Rhythm Magician. His astounding musicality and passion shines brilliantly. through the instruments he plays. He firmly in the realm of Australia’s greatest musical innovators, with his propensity for experimentation and exploration of rhythms and instruments. As a performer he is significantly represented in the last four decades of Australian music as a band leader and member, solo artist and studio musician on hundreds of recordings. As a teacher Greg has co-ordinated many community arts projects, along with teaching professions, students and the wider community his unique style of rhythmic notation and body percussion techniques. He has been – and is – a major influence on generations of musicians both in Australia and overseas. Greg currently performs solo and with the Circle of Rhythm.



Tania Bosak is a percussionist, singer, actor and the only Master TaKeTiNa teacher worldwide, next to the founder Reinhard Flatischler She works actively with the founder of TaKeTiNa Reinhard Flatischler in trainings and workshops, and integrates the TakeTiNa rhythm process in her unique PULSEdrum classes. 

PULSEdrum is a rhythm class, integrating drumming, stepping and singing simultaneously. Classes build foundations in rhythm, developing rhythmic confidence, creativity, and rhythmic independence. Polyrhythms, cross-rhythms, and odd-time rhythms form the archetypal building blocks that are the foundation of Tania’s PULSE classes as she draws on her knowledge and training as a diverse percussionist, dancer, vocalist and more than 20 years  TaKeTiNa teaching and practice. 

Tania has also studied African, Korean, Latin and Haitian drumming and in 2004 she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to research and study Korean drum and dance styles in Seoul, at the SamulNori Academy and returns regularly to study with her Master teachers including  Jin Yu Rim, Master Assistant of Intangible Cultural Asset No. 27 and 97, and members of the SamulNori group.

Tania has continued to work for more than 30 years as a musician, actor,  director, performing arts trainer, master rhythm teacher and highly regarded teaching specialist working on a wide range of projects, events, and festivals. She currently lives between Melbourne and Europe. 

What people say?

'Tania's PULSE and TaKeTiNa inspired workshops make the often difficult and confrontational process of learning music and rhythm an exciting and rewarding process. Her clear, step-by-step guidance and encouragement has allowed me to play and understand rhythms that I'd previously felt were beyond my capacity’.
Matt Young - drumming teacher, meditation teacher

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