Body Language




Body Language

The Body Language seeks to develop imagination, pleasure by play, improvisation, spontaneity and creativity. The result of the above, is the enrichment of everyday business and personal growth. Moreover, to find ways to teach deeper communication and integrity, which results in contact with others. The Body Language can explore the mechanisms of functioning of the various human groups: work teams, students from class, etc.

Basic elements of body language 

The human being is expressed through movement and dance from his appearance on Earth, and thus expressed joys, sorrows, emotions, prayers and thanks. Thus, we get from time immemorial their arts-and his hand-their customs, their way of life and even of its history. Dance is no stranger to this phenomenon, and is possibly the first arts through which it communicates, noting that perhaps the most symbolic forms of expression, and that without the word, emphasizes the need gestural good transmission. Dance then, is movement. And a very special movement, requiring five key elements, without which it would not exist. 

These are: 

- rate 
- form 
- space 
- time 
- energy 

Purpose of corporal expression: 

The Body Language is twofold: on one hand serves as a basis for specific learning and other, mainly has a value in itself as it assists in the development of experimental background of the student. 

General Objectives of corporal expression: 

- Personal development, finding psycho-corporal being oneself. 
- Learning body codes and meanings. 

Specific Objectives of corporal expression: 

The tasks should expect one of three objectives: 

- Expression and externalization of feelings, sensations, ideas, concepts, etc.. 
- Communication of feelings, sensations, ideas, concepts 
- Development aesthetic sense or intent (artistic, plastic) movement 


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