This study examined the relationship between human body movements and emotion based on Laban Movement Analysis (LMA). Ten participants participated in the experiment in which they stayed at a small resting room while hearing pleasant or unpleasant sounds. After the stay at the room, the participants rated their subjective emotional states. Participants' body movement were also recorded with four video cameras. The movement analysis based on LMA reveled significant differences in movement features between experimental conditions. In addition, significant correlations between movement features and subjective mood ratings were observed. These results suggest a strong relationship between human body movements and emotion.