The present study reports on a 36-year-old woman, who was blinded and whose body was paralyzed in a fall accident. The Dohsa method for improving her movement was used for 6 days in a psychological rehabilitation camp. While she usually attended to the external world, she did not pay much attention to her own body sensations. Additionally, she gave up the Dohsa-tasks when she experienced pain. Therefore, the camp trainer asked her about her body, and encouraged her to wait and experience her own pain. Then, she answered my questions about her body, and waited to release her muscle tension. Furthermore, when I performed the Tate-kei-Dohsa-tasks, I moved her body to demonstrate appropriate movement, convey the movement correctly, and set up a stepwise system for her to perform the tasks. Then, she understood the tasks and performed them well. Moreover, she was able to interact with others proactively, as she gradually directed her attention to her body and communicated with the trainer.