As this study is an exploration of a dancer’s bodily knowledge, which is a knowing inner substance that only the dancer can feel, it discusses a dancer’s recognition process through her/his movement in dance. Dance mostly consists of a dancer’s movement and the dancer acquires it through her/his body. Human body changes every single second and therefore, it could be said that body is an ongoing process. Dancers continuously train to expand the limit of their capacities of the bodies and they know what they know through their bodies. Therefore, this study aims at understanding of the source of a dancer’s knowledge with analysing the process of development of her/his bodily knowledge through embodied cognition, sociocultural knowledge, and cognitive action structure. This study examines firstly, based on dancer’s body and mind develop interactively together via dancer’s inner experience and continuous practices, it expands the concepts of embodiment through exploring a dancer’s cognitive action structure which is engaged with body, mind and emotion. Secondly, exploring the meaning and the nature of embodied cognition through analysing the space that locating the individual thinking in our body with osmosing intersubjective relevance and sociocultural habit. Finally, the transition of human understanding of knowledge through epistemological analysis. It gives validity for lived bodily knowledge, which has been eliminated because of the its transcendence and subjectivity, and reveals the truth of knowledge focusing on experience through the epistemological discourse.