How to body?

I know what it really means! The way she touches her earring when she makes a joke, the way he crosses his arms when someone scolds him, the way she taps her chin when she listens, the fact that he always puts his hands in his pants pockets when he starts talking…Hmmm, so many giveaway gestures? Maybe not, maybe he just checks his pockets because he can’t remember if he took his keys before leaving to work today or she was just making sure her earring is not lost. The way others perceive our body language and the meaning they attach to it can be far from its original intention.

But more important than how others read our body language is how present are we with our body? Our body! We take for granted this house we will live in, aren’t we? Most of the times we spend our days unconsciously speaking its language. Our most deep intentions, fears and desires are shown through the way “we body”. However, how much of our body language is automated and how much do we control of it? And lastly, how well do we purposefully manage to convey a certain message?

Join us for our second meeting of 2019 and let your body speak for you!

This event will focus on body language and the way we perceive each other based how we use our body.


talkin’ is an event series focusing on personal development and social adventures. We believe that the best way to grow as a person is to go out of your comfort zone, and have fun along the way. You don’t think that’s possible? Come and join us and see for yourself! The english speaking group invites internationals in Vienna, but also Austrians who enjoy speaking english.

Maximum participants: 25 people. Please only attend if you register here.

We are a group of people who organize monthly Social Adventures, everyone is free to join. This group will be held in English, please respect each other and speak English only. In case you are looking for the german group in Vienna you’ll find the events here:

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talkin’ is a non-profit organisation, that is organized by amateurs and non-professionals

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