Focuses on the individual’s own body shapes, body bases, body parts, locomotor and non-locomotor movements.
Body parts that support the rest of the body. For example, when standing, the feet are the body base; when kneeling, the knees are the body base.
Non-verbal communications through movement, gesture, facial expression, posture and proxemics (non-verbal communication).
Isolated parts or sections of the body; for example, arms, legs, head, torso, feet or hands.
Body areas of right side, left side, front, back, upper half and lower half.