37. Oberpfälzer Zahnärztetag

Mut zur (Zahn-) Lücke – oder besser doch nicht?

27. - 29. Juni 2024

Eröffnung im "Leeren Beutel"

Historischer Festsaal im Restaurant Leerer Beutel, Bertoldstraße 9, 93047 Regensburg

Donnerstag, 27. Juni 2024, 18:30 Uhr
Historischer Festsaal
im Restaurant Leerer Beutel
Bertoldstraße 9
93047 Regensburg

Eröffnung

Dr. Cosima Rücker,
1. Vorsitzende des ZBV Oberpfalz

Prof. Dr. Dr. Peter Proff,
Schirmherr des. 37. Oberpfälzer Zahnärztetages

Werner Tiki Küstenmacher „simplify your future“

Werner Tiki Küstenmacher

Die Menschen sind besorgt wegen ihrer Zukunft. Durch die Pandemie ist alles noch komplizierter und unsicherer geworden. Tiki Küstenmachers Botschaft: Fürchtet euch nicht! Wir können vom Leiden zum Handeln finden, von der Angst zur Lebensfreude.

Der Schlüssel dazu ist in Ihrem Gehirn. Im limbischen System, einer Region im Zentrum Ihres Kopfes, sind die Emotionen beheimatet. Es ist ein sehr altes und sehr schnell reagierendes, hocheffizientes Steuerungsorgan. Man kann es vergleichen mit einem kleinen Säugetier. Küstenmacher nennt es daher Limbi und stellt es zeichnerisch wie ein knuddeliges Haustier dar. Leider kennen viele dieses innere Wesen nur unter dem unangenehmen Namen „mein innerer Schweinehund“. Aber das ist ein denkbar ungeeigneter Weg, mit so einem wichtigen Teil der eigenen Persönlichkeit umzugehen.

In einem unterhaltsamen Vortrag mit vielen, zum Teil live vor Ihren Augen entstehenden Cartoons zeigt Küstenmacher, wie Sie mit Ihrem inneren Tierchen kooperieren können – und mit dem Ihrer Kunden und Mitarbeitenden. Vor allem macht er dabei klar, wie Limbi durch Nachrichten und Ängste manipuliert wird.

In den letzten Jahrzehnten hat die Neurowissenschaft erstaunliche Erkenntnisse über Limbis Wesen herausgefunden, die Ihnen Küstenmacher in einer heiteren und gehirnfreundlichen Weise präsentiert. Versprochen: Sie werden Zuversicht auf eine gute Zukunft tanken!

Musikalische Umrahmung durch die Regensburger Saxophonistin Julia Wiredu

Julia Wiredu

Julia Wiredu has been playing the Saxophone for about 23 years. When she was 12 years she was chosen as awardee by the Rotary Club and granted her “Selmer” saxophone. Because she was given this opportunity by her own saxophone teacher, she also tries to achieve the best for her students.

After her A-Levels she taught English, music and creative arts at her aunt’s primary school in Ghana for half a year. From 2010 to 2013 she studied Area Studies at the Humboldt University in Berlin, where she also played in many different Bands. During her foreign term in South Africa she was also able to learn a lot about African music.

Until July 2015 she attended a partly private full-time vocational school for rock, pop and jazz with the main subject saxophone in Regensburg. Here, she got professional training in harmonics, ear training, arrangement and recording, drums and percussion, musical history, organology, piano and other theoretical subjects. This is a partly private state music school where she has become officially trained leader for pop, rock and jazz ensembles. She also learned singing and how to lead a choir or a band. Her main subject is the saxophone, which she not only learned to play but also how to teach. This school prepared her perfectly for the job as music teacher.

Next to school she also taught alto-and tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute and recorder at three different music schools in Germany. Firstly, at the “House on the Rock” she taught alto saxophone to adults between 40 and 50 years and a recorder group of two seven-year old girls. Secondly, at the music Academy she gave clarinet lessons to two young boys. Thirdly, she had three woodwind classes (flute, clarinet and saxophone) at the primary school in Parsberg with four to six children each. Finally, she instructed about ten pupils at the music school Wittl in Parsberg. However, the most important thing for her pupils is having fun playing their instrument.
 
From 2015 to 2017, she worked as Woodwind Specialist at the Centre for Musical Arts in Dubai. Here she also lead the young Woodwind group Shamal winds. Moreover she taught saxophone, clarinet and flute at three schools in Dubai: Jumeira Baccalaureate School, King's School al Barsha and Dubai College, where she leads the Clarinet Beginner Band and the Senior Flute Choir.

Back in Germany, Julia gives private lessons to a small number of selected students and played in Bands like the "New Bel Airs" or "Buck Roger and the sidetrackers". Now, she is teaching at several schools in Abensberg and is available as Solo-Saxophone player!
 
Julia Wiredu has been playing the Saxophone for about 16 years. When she was 12 years she was chosen as awardee by the Rotary Club and granted her “Selmer” saxophone. Because she was given this opportunity by her own saxophone teacher, she also tries to achieve the best for her students.

After her A-Levels she taught English, music and creative arts at her aunt’s primary school in Ghana for half a year. From 2010 to 2013 she studied Area Studies at the Humboldt University in Berlin, where she also played in many different Bands. During her foreign term in South Africa she was also able to learn a lot about African music.

Until July 2015 she attended a partly private full-time vocational school for rock, pop and jazz with the main subject saxophone in Regensburg. Here, she got professional training in harmonics, ear training, arrangement and recording, drums and percussion, musical history, organology, piano and other theoretical subjects. This is a partly private state music school where she has become officially trained leader for pop, rock and jazz ensembles. She also learned singing and how to lead a choir or a band. Her main subject is the saxophone, which she not only learned to play but also how to teach. This school prepared her perfectly for the job as music teacher.

Next to school she also taught alto-and tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute and recorder at three different music schools in Germany. Firstly, at the “House on the Rock” she taught alto saxophone to adults between 40 and 50 years and a recorder group of two seven-year old girls. Secondly, at the music Academy she gave clarinet lessons to two young boys. Thirdly, she had three woodwind classes (flute, clarinet and saxophone) at the primary school in Parsberg with four to six children each. Finally, she instructed about ten pupils at the music school Wittl in Parsberg. However, the most important thing for her pupils is having fun playing their instrument.
 
Now living in Dubai and working as Woodwind Specialist at the Centre for Musical Arts in Dubai. Here she also leads the young Woodwind group Shamal winds. The concert of the senior woodwind group will take place at CMA on 20th of March 2016.

Mehr Infos auf ihrer Webseite https://akosuaserwah.wixsite.com/mysite.

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