Khaita Basic 1 Course Certification

For person interested in developing harmony and joy through sound and dance.

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Khaita Basic 2 Course Certification

This is a follow up of a Basic level 1 course. It works on improving precision and fluidity of steps and movements through a better understanding of rhythms. It works also on coordination between dancers. 

It includes studying medium complexity dances, in circle or in a different composition.

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Khaita Basic 3 Course Certification

This is a follow up of a Basic 2 course. It works on improving precision and fluidity of steps and movements and on coordination between dancers. It includes studying medium complexity chorepgraphy and one elaborated one. Studying meaning of mudra.

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Khaita Deepening Course Certification

This is for those who, already familiar with Khaita Joyful Dances, want to learn more elaborated choreography and improve precision of steps and movements.

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Khaita Deepening on material of the exam Course Certification

This certificate confirms attendance to the deepening course on the group of 50 Khaita dances, material of exam to become instructor.

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Khaita Instructor Training Certification

"...In general when we say ‘dance’, it is part of art. In art we have the arts of body, speech and mind, not considering that only painting is art. Dance is very important at the international level so for that reason we are supporting it...

.......We're also supporting a culture, keeping it alive so that it does not disappear.

But we're also supporting our own citiziens. Today people are very agitated. If we dance and sing we feel more joyful and we can also relax. This is a kind of particular practice for all citizens in general and is very useful."  Chogyal Namkhai Norbu

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Khaita Instructor Training lead by Chögyal Namkhai Norbu Certification

The first Khaita Instructor Training, happened in March 2016 at Dzamling Gar, Tenerife.

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Khaita Supervision Certification

"...In general when we say ‘dance’, it is part of art. In art we have the arts of body, speech and mind, not considering that only painting is art. Dance is very important at the international level so for that reason we are supporting it....

....We're also supporting a culture, keeping it alive so that it does not disappear.

But we're also supporting our own citiziens. Today people are very agitated. If we dance and sing we feel more joyful and we can also relax. This is a kind of particular practice for all citizens in general and is very useful."  Chogyal Namkhai Norbu

   

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