Somatics An understanding of movement and body language has become increasingly important across many fields including Communication, Corporate Training, Movement Therapy, Education, Performance, Rehabilitation, Sport and Fitness. Physical health, clear communication and effective leadership all rely on an awareness of how we carry our bodies through our lives. The Somatics Minor provides an in-depth study of the body, building from an understanding of its functional/structural basis, to its patterns and habits. We focus on how to interpret, analyze, and articulate somatic concepts and develop strategies for application. Admission Requirements Admission on consultation with Somatics Coordinator: Jennifer Morley firstname.lastname@example.org 215.895.2018 For degree requirements and course descriptions, please see the Drexel University Course Catalog.