Touch: Deep communication when words are not enough

Sesame sessions use the possibility of physical contact between participants and therapists to work safely with touch, which is often regarded as taboo in therapy.

We live our lives in a body that has remembered those times when it has been touched, held, or when it has been starved of contact. By being in physical relation to others, we enable participants to connect with a range of emotional experience that can be felt through human contact.

See Movement with Touch and Sound for more about the theory and practice of Movement with Touch and Sound.
See Movement with Touch and Sound: Case Study:  to read a case study using Movement with touch and Sound.