Treating lectures as the pinnacle of academic and professional learning experience, higher education is overly verbal. It usually involves sedentary bodies who talk and listen and watch. Other senses as well as motor skills are most often excluded. However, many learners are kinetic types, who learn best by moving and through movement. Sedentary position also inhibits emotions and contributes to the cartesian mind – body dualism. These are some of the reasons many different methods look for ways to involve bodies, emotions, movement, smell, and touch. They expand sensory horizons of learning and engage different learning styles and approaches.