Body-oriented therapy is an effective direction in psychological practice. The common psychological work is supplemented by body movements. The method helps children to remove the accumulated stress, learn to understand their bodies and emotions better.
It develops large motility, an idea of the scheme of one's own body, coordination of movements, bodily sensitivity. Through contact with the body, the main sensorimotor, interhemispheric interactions are practiced. It relaxes muscle clamp, overcomes the phenomena of muscular dystonia.