Join us as we explore the history of Ka’at Ibi, one of the founding practices of yoga.

In this workshop, we will explore breathwork, movement, and the original meditative practices originating from the Dogon people of Mali and Burkina Faso.

Learn how this traditional practice connects back to a historical context and to The Newark Museum of Art’s Egyptian and Ancient Mediterranean collection.

Meet, greet, and hear directly from one of the living Dogon high priests, preserving these ancient traditions. Learn their original form of time division, their mindfulness practices and more.

Location: Large Program Hall, Mezzanine Level, South Building

Please review our visiting guidelines before arriving at the Museum.