Most of the weight is resting on one leg, while the other foot points in one direction.
Disinterest The person is not interested in the other person if the foot is turned away.
“I would like go over there.”
Attraction The person interested in the other person, if the foot points there (not shown).
“I find you attractive.”
Interest The person is curious about the topic, if the foot points towards the conversation partner (not shown).
“I would like to learn more about it.”
The foot shows the direction, we find interesting. This can be toward or away from a person. In the second case (as depicted), the other person should end the conversation. The foot can also point towards the sky, e.g. during a phone call. This may indicate a good mood.
This is one out of 63 gestures from the body language trainer.