“People learn a new language more easily when words are accompanied by movement.”
New Scientist, Issue 2844/2845 Dec 2011.
I’ve written before about the importance of physical movement, and how this is integral to how I facilitate.
I love this card because it reminds me to move my body, and to provide opportunities for people to move when they meet rather than sit in a passive state for long stretches. It’s ambiguous too – because it also reminds me to move and be moved – emotionally. Physical and emotional movement is equally important, and often equally ignored.
So in designing an event build in physical movement, and think about the emotional journey of participants. What will move them? What will touch them emotionally? What will create a shift or a disruption?