Attention to double signals in movement, two things being communicated at the same time like saying, “Yes, I’m excited”, while collapsing into a chair, is a powerful asset in untangling the unintended communication that muddies relationship. Among other things, it also reveals things like talents as yet unclaimed by the sender. Yet, practitioners frequently miss these seemingly obvious signals because they don’t have a specific language, felt experience, and methods for intervening with movement. Laban Movement Analysis gives us this language along with experiential depth of meaning that goes well beyond body language. These methods give coaches and therapists more choices to use with clients by being able to identify and work with a wider range of signals. In this workshop we will experiment with some new Laban tools used with Process Work for enhancing our perception of movement in order to unlock potential, clarify intention and goals, and empower clients in practical tasks.