Dance teachers, performers and choreographers utilize the Mitzvah Technique to improve overall postural alignment with tools that help solve a variety of debilitating issues. You will be able to correct the source of difficult alignment and coordination problems and their accompanying strains.
The Mitzvah Technique is used before, during and after dance activities to achieve higher legs and jumps, improved balance and turns, increased flow of motion and freedom of movement.
Physical tension is reduced during dance activities to support more fluid and expressive performers and choreographers. Partnering becomes more responsive.
The Mitzvah Technique helps correct postural patterns of body misuse including: slouching, upper back rounding (hunching), neck poking, pelvis tucking and knees and feet that squeeze inward. It opens or mobiles joints to improve dance technique as it helps to prevent dance injuries.
Susan Green’s teacher training course qualifies Mitzvah Technique Teachers in a three level teacher diploma course. Students learn to perform and teach Nehemia’s Mitzvah Technique through verbal and hands on chair, stool, barre, wall, floor, movement exercises and tablework.