"Kha" in Tibetan means "space" or "sky", "Ta" means "harmony" or "melody". Through Khaita dances we become aware of both the movements of our body in space and the inner play of our thoughts and emotions. The dances support the harmony of body, energy and mind and are intended to bring joy into daily activities and relationships with others.
The choreography of the dances is based on the rhythms and melodies of the songs of contemporary Tibetan artists and, like these songs, rich in the symbolism of life on the Roof of the World.
» More about Khaita Dances (International Dzogchen Community pages)