Laban movement analysis is a method and language for describing, visualising, interpreting and documenting movement. It is based on the work of Rudolf Laban (1879–1958), and developed and extended by Irmgard Bartenieff (1900–1981) and others.
- ‘Body-mind therapies – A sensory based comparison of systems’ by Aileen Crow reports on a meeting September 1985 of seven Alexander Technique teachers, some of whom are trained in Laban Movement Analysis.
 ‘Body-mind therapies – A sensory based comparison of systems’ by Aileen Crow in The Alexander Review vol. 1, no. 1 (Centerline Press, 1986), pp. 38–41.