Body Language Dissected

Learn to Read People’s True Emotions, Intentions and Interests. See the World Differently.

Body Language Dissected is an 18-hour class dedicated to developing the skill set of reading people. The class will teach you how to detect and use behavioral information to determine people’s true emotions, intentions and interests. You will learn a systematic approach for deducing behavior and will be spending a significant amount of time in practical application of the methods learned. Once you’ve completed this course, you will never see the world in the same way again.

Upcoming Classes

    18 Hours. Unlimited Refresher Classes. Certificate of Completion. Extensive Course Materials.


    Unlimited Refresher Courses

    People learn at different paces. We are fully committed to helping you develop this life-changing skill. Pay once and never again. Classes run every month.


    Certificate of Completion

    Upon completion of the course, students will be given an official certificate of completion. We recommend posting it on your résumé. It’s a great conversation topic.


    Live Personal Feedback

    All classes are led by body language expert Blake Eastman, the founder of The Nonverbal Group. Students will gain insights from an expert, in real time.


    Extensive Course Materials

    All students will receive a comprehensive binder of material, more than 100 hours of video, and a wide-ranging series of exercises to help strengthen this specialized skill set.


    Multiple Learning Modalities

    Students will take part in numerous and varied exercises designed to increase practical understanding and add certainty to the learning process. Our methodology ensures that you internalize every important element we teach.


    18 Hours of Intense Instruction

    We devote 18 hours to working closely with you, to help you develop these skills. After you dedicate 18 hours to absorbing this specialized body of information, we promise you’ll see the world in a whole new way.

    Baseline Human Behavior. Extensive Analysis of the Face. Learn to Spot “Leaked” Emotions


    How to Baseline Nonverbal Behaviors

    The single most accurate way to assess changes in people’s emotional states is to first establish a baseline of human behavior, and then learn to detect even slight behavioral fluctuations, as they occur.


    An Extensive Analysis of the Human Face

    The face is the human body’s most important source of information on a person’s emotions. Learn how paying attention to specific regions of the face can maximize your ability to read emotions.


    How to Identify “Emotional Leakage”

    People are constantly trying to conceal their feelings. Learn how to uncover people’s true emotions through the identification of nonverbal points of leakage.


    Understand the Neurobiological Basis of Behavior

    Nonverbal behaviors are ultimately governed and controlled by the brain. Learn the neurological basis of behavior to understand the true roots of communication.


    Understand the Neurobiological Basis of Behavior

    Nonverbal behaviors are ultimately governed and controlled by the brain. Learn the neurological basis of behavior to understand the true roots of communication.


    Gain a Significant Edge in Social Interactions

    Increasing your ability to identify human emotions and intentions will dramatically change the way you interact in any social situation.

    Change the Way You View Social Interactions. Real-Life, Practical Benefits.


    Easily Identify When Someone is Interested/Disinterested

    Learn to detect any person’s level of interest during an interaction. By spotting what is interesting – and what isn’t – as well as changes in interest level, you can smoothly and successfully navigate conversations, presentations, etc.


    Never Sell Something the Same Way Again

    The ability to instantly and accurately read a person’s interests, emotions and intentions is an invaluable tool for any salesperson. Here you’ll learn specific signals to watch for in sales situations.


    Change the Way You Interact in Any Relationship

    With the ability to see, understand and detect changes in others’ emotions, interests and intentions, you will have a greatly heightened ability to act and react appropriately and skillfully.


    Learn to Spot Deception

    A person gives clear nonverbal signals when being less than honest, or overtly attempting to deceive. Know those signals and you won’t be fooled.


    Become a Better Communicator

    Communication is a dynamic process. Paying careful attention to nonverbal behaviors can significantly improve your ability to be a more effective communicator.


    Learn to Measure Your Influence

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    DAY 1 – 10:00 – 11:00 A.M

    Increasing your Perception, Memory and Awareness

    Analyzing nonverbal behavior in real time requires a heightened level of perception and awareness. In this portion of the course you will focus more closely than you’ve ever had to. You will also learn the skills and tools you’ll need to gradually build and maintain a state of heightened awareness.

    DAY 2 – 10:00 – 11:00 A.M

    Proxemics: Invasion of Space and Comfortable Distances

    Proxemics is the study of comfortable distances. Though people’s idea of comfortable distance varies widely across cultures and situations, people are constantly invading each other’s spaces. Learn the various signals people give when they feel their space is being invaded, and how to use the concept of “gradual engagement distance.”

    DAY 1 – 11:00 – 12:30 P.M

    Deducing Behavioral Information: The Foundations of Nonverbal Behavior

    Deducing information from behavior requires a sound theoretical understanding of human behavior. You will learn how to baseline, cluster and assign a context to nonverbal behaviors, and gain an understanding of the neurological basis for behavior. The learning process is enhanced and reinforced through extensive analysis of video samples.

    DAY 2 – 11:00 – 12:30 P.M

    Social Psychological Theories: Practical Applications

    Justification of effort, conformity, attribution errors, heuristics, obedience, compliance, emotional contagion – learn to identify the nonverbal manifestations of these social psychological theories through behavioral observation. This module will open your eyes to the world of group dynamics and how social pressures affect behavior.

    DAY 1 – 12:30 – 2:30 P.M

    The Epicenter of Communication: The Head and Face

    When you understand its signals, the face is your richest source of information on a person’s thoughts and emotions. Though we have relatively good conscious control over the face, information is constantly leaking through. You will learn to identify the various emotional signs displayed in the face’s microexpressions, partial expressions and subtle expressions – as well as the sources of facial expressions.

    DAY 1 – 1:00 – 3:00 P.M

    Deciphering the Work Place: Practical Applications

    An understanding of nonverbal signals can give you a tremendous advantage in the workplace. Learn how to apply what you learn to a wide range of office interactions. In any negotiation, sales meeting, presentation or other setting, people are unconsciously displaying information they do not really want you to see. Learn to identify and navigate office politics through the careful observation of various nonverbal behaviors.

    DAY 1 – 2:30 – 3:30 P.M

    Lunch and Nonverbal Exercises

    In an 18-hour intensive course, lunch isn’t exactly a break. During lunch you will venture around, looking for specific nonverbals and trying to identify the emotional states of everyone you interact with. It will be the first time you open your eyes to the world of information around you, armed with your new knowledge. The learning experience will be enhanced with several exercises.

    DAY 2 – 3:00 – 4:00 P.M

    Lunch and Nonverbal Exercises

    In an 18-hour intensive course, lunch isn’t exactly a break. During lunch you will venture around, looking for specific nonverbals and trying to identify the emotional states of everyone you interact with. It will be the first time you open your eyes to the world of information around you, armed with your new knowledge. The learning experience will be enhanced with several exercises.

    DAY 1 – 3:30 – 4:30 P.M

    The Interactors: How the Hands Communicate

    The hands are frequently used in communication. Anxiety, interest, tension and excitement are just a few of the emotions that can be identified by paying careful attention to the hands. In this section you will learn and see examples of exactly how the hands display a broad spectrum of emotional states.

    DAY 2 – 3:30 – 4:30 P.M

    Daily Dissections: Gain an Edge in Everyday Interactions

    When you open your eyes to the world of nonverbal behaviors even your day-to-day interactions will change. Learn how the process of reading people can make you more effcient and effective in everyday siutations. Street neogiations, getting a seat on the subway, or spotting danger. Simple everyday tasks will never look the same again.

    DAY 1 – 4:30 – 5:30 P.M

    Honesty Below: The Feet and the Legs

    Commonly considered the most honest part of the body, the feet often display people’s true intentions. Our conscious control of the upper half of the body is much better than our control of the lower. Paying careful attention to what a person does with the legs and feet can tell you quite a lot about thoughts, emotions and intentions.

    DAY 2 – 4:30 – 5:30 P.M

    A Nonverbal Look at Courtship

    In the world of dating and courtship, the skill of observing and interpreting nonverbal behaviors can be enormously useful. Learn how to observe courtship from a behavioral paradigm, and how to identify the signals of anxiety, attraction and interest. This module will change the way you look at relationships and interpersonal dynamics forever.

    DAY 1 – 5:30 – 7:00 P.M

    Embeded Emotion: The Hidden Information of the Voice

    The voice is frequently altered by our brain’s limbic system – typically without our conscious awareness. To the skilled observer, the voice can be an incredible source of embedded information. By paying careful attention to pitch, tone, volume, resonance, rate of speech, latency, errors and response rate, you will be able to identify emotions and gauge changes of emotional state.

    DAY 2 – 5:30 – 7:00 P.M

    Constant Improvement: Strengthening, Increasing, and Maintaining

    The observation of human behavior is a life-long pursuit. Learn various methods for maintaining a heightened state of awareness, and invaluable tips and tricks for strengthening and sharpening your skill set. You’ll also discover how to review and analyze behavior using customized behavioral metric sheets, designed by The Nonverbal Group.

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    Increase Your Overall Awareness and Perception

    We make the argument that the average person is blind to much of the world around him. Every second, people are communicating volumes of information. Before we attempt to teach you to identify and interpret these signals, we first need to heighten your general awareness level, and help you attain and reinforce the habit of heightened observation. To this end, we’ll guide you through a wide range of fascinating and engaging exercises, both live and using video.

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    Learn and Extensively Practice the Process of Deducing Human Behavior

    In the grand scheme of behavioral interactions, one single behavior is relatively meaningless. At The Nonverbal Group, we analyze human behavior through a definite and well-established process. It’s essentially about looking for clusters of behaviors. When you first learn about this process, it might seem overwhelming; you’ll quickly discover it’s quite simple, though – and vital to accurate identification of emotional states and intentions.

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    An Extensive Review of The Human Body and the Information Which Can be Extracted from Behavioral Observation

    This is where you learn to accurately observe and assess behavior. We begin by dividing the body into zones, and then embark on the process of dissecting out behavioral information. You will learn the different ways emotions and intentions are displayed through the human body and face. The learning process is dramatically enhanced through extensive use of five years’ worth of behavioral research, captured on video.

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    Practical Applications

    After learning the theories and processes, you’ll begin practical application of all you’ve absorbed. We’ll review hours of real-life interactions, recorded on video, breaking them down using everything you’ve learned: interviews, cocktail parties, first dates, meetings – even interrogations.

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    Reinforce and Practice

    Developing any skill requires practice. We will help you build and strengthen your new skill set through a wide range of take-home exercises. These include more than 100 hours of video-recorded human interactions for you to analyze. We also offer you the opportunity to return for refresher courses – whenever you like, and at no additional charge. Classes are held every month.