Is present in many forms. In some it is more explicit than others. For example in BMC it is studied as a form in itself while in Feldenkrais many of the movement patterns are developmental in nature although the word itself is rarely if ever mentioned

As we learn to move as babies and children, we go through many distinct phases of movement co-ordination – the both wonderful and sad thing is that we don’t actually need to experience all these phases in order to function in the adult world – by recognising in ourselves (and in others) which of the phases we favour and which are weaker or absent altogether, we can go back and fill in the gaps and expand our movement possibilities.