About Moving Technology

With Moving Technology I aimed to combine my movement expertise with my knowledge of digital technology, to develop and enhance technologies that involve movement, like animation, serious gaming, robotics and ergonomics, using Laban Movement Analysis as a bridge between the two.
Capturing our own physical nature and translating this into computer science is highly complex, let alone capturing our intent and the movement qualities that go with that. A good understanding of human movement expression is key to be able to ‘capture’ it digitally. Laban Movement Analysis can help understand the complexity of movement expression in its essence.

Although my company is no longer active, I’d still be happy to share my knowledge and know-how to help others in the field. So, feel free to contact me to see what I can do for you.

I also just love to experiment with all kinds of tools to create new graphic designs, spatial models, animations, infographics, websites, etc. So, if you’re seeking someone to create anything like this, or if you need someone to write or edit your texts or presentations (Dutch or English), contact me.


About Sandra Hooghwinkel


In 1995 I graduated from the Rotterdam Dance Academy as a Dancer and Dance Teacher in modern dance and dance improvisation, after which I worked as a freelance dance teacher and performer for several years.

In 2000 I studied to be a Software Developer and since then worked for several businesses, including many years for a major hospital, building and maintaining their digital Patient Record System ‘EriDanos’.

In 2012 I returned to my movement background and followed the LIMS/Agape Modular Program in Laban Movement Analysis (LMA), learning to observe, analyze and understand movement through this system. In 2013 I graduated to be a Certified Movement Analyst (CMA).

I then also started broadening my knowledge towards front-end web development and graphic design.

I love to combine my movement expertise with my knowledge of digital technology to develop and enhance technologies that involve movement, using LMA as a bridge between the two. Moving Technology, founded in January 2015, is the name under which I offer my expertise to support technical developments that include movement.

As I understand both movement and computers, I can easily communicate with people in both fields to offer advice and solutions to make (digitized) human movement fluent and believable and/or more expressive.


Owner of Moving Technology
Started January 2015

Book Design and Graphics for ‘EveryBody Is a Body’, 2nd edition, authors: Karen Studd & Laura Cox
November 2018 – March 2019 (5 months)

Report Developer at TOT B.V.
2012 – 2017 (5 years)

Book Design and providing and creating graphics for ‘EveryBody Is a Body’, authors: Karen Studd & Laura Cox
August 2012 – December 2012 (5 months)

Software Developer at Isala klinieken
September 2005 – October 2014 (9 years)

Software Developer at Exact
2000 – 2005 (5 years)

Software developer at PIT Automatisering BV
1999 – 2000 (1 year)

Teaching Modern Dance and Dance Improvisation as Freelancer
1994 – 1999 (5 years)

Dancer in (site-specific) movement theatre projects as Freelancer
1993 – 1995 (2 years)

Full CV: LinkedIn