Movement: Body Language

The focus on opportunities for movement in a Sesame session is informed by the work of Rudolph Laban. Laban worked in the early 20th century as a dancer and choreographer, and developed a language of movement observation and analysis in order to find the connections between motion and emotion.

For some people, using movement creatively helps express that which may not be known to them primarily through talking. Together client and therapist can explore what emerges through movement, dance and their own body language - using the client's movements as the symbols and images of what needs to be expressed.

See Movement and Body Language for more about movement in the Sesame Approach.
See Movement: Laban for more about Rudolf Laban