Khaita means Harmony in Space. The aim of this joyful practice is to promote harmony within the individual and between people through dance. The choreography is based on interaction and on recognition of one’s own space and that of others, promoting openness towards others and collaboration between people.

Khaita Joyful Dances are fun, strengthen one’s physical condition and teach how to move in harmony with space and time. It's a great way to unwind from the stress of everyday life.

The Public

For people interested in developing harmony and joy through sound and dance. Khaita Dances are easy to learn, everybody can try.

Objective

  • Meaning of Khaita and principles (supporting Tibetan culture & promoting individual evolution)
  • Discover harmony in the movements.
  • Coordination and harmonization of energy.
  • Find a relaxed and joyful state of mind

You will learn

  • The basic movements and steps through simple circle dances
  • Harmony and coordination of the body
  • Application of differents rhythms 
  • Meaning of title and contents (hints on tibetan culture)
  • How to find a relaxed and joyful state of mind

Modules

  • 10 hours

    Khaita Joyful Dances (BASIC LEVEL 1)

     

    • Basic rythms of easy traditional circle dances
    • Harmony and coordination of the body 
    • Meaning of title and contents (hints on tibetan culture)
    • Find a relaxed and joyful state of mind
  • 10 hours

    Khaita Joyful Dances (BASIC LEVEL 2)

    It includes training of module 1 plus learning dances with combination of differents steps and movements, in circle or in different composition.

  • 12 hours

    Khaita Joyful Dances (BASIC LEVEL 3)

    It includes training of dances of module 2 plus learning dances with mudra and combination of differents steps, in circle or in different composition. Study of one more elaborated choregraphy.

    Experience of singing, dance and sing.