Susan Green B.Sc. in Honours Dance and Kinesiology
Practicing Certified Teacher of the Mitzvah Technique since 1990
Authorized by M. Cohen-Nehemia to train Mitzvah Technique Teachers
Mitzvah Technique Presenter
Susan Green has been a Certified Mitzvah Technique Teacher since 1990, from M. Cohen-Nehemia’s, founder/director of the Mitzvah Technique Centre, first graduating class. She obtained an additional certification in the Mitzvah Exercise. As a professional modern ancer, and with a B.Sc. in Honours Dance, Susan developed postural problems which were corrected through her studies in the development and maintenance of healthy postural habits. She highly refined her quality of hands on work, through 25 years of continuous studies with M. Cohen-Nehemia, attaining a deep understanding of the Mitzvah Technique through active participation in its evolution. During these years, Susan’s dedication to learning these new approaches to hands on techniques and exercises extended to ongoing weekly attendance.
As a Certified Teacher of the Mitzvah Technique, Susan continues to apply the Mitzvah Technique to her daily activities. Her background in kinesiology provides scientific knowledge and insights. Susan’s experience as a professional modern dancer and dance teacher helps her effectively demonstrate and communicate the Mitzvah Technique. Susan addresses individual needs and focuses on positive learning, skillfully assisting people to apply the Mitzvah Technique to their various lifestyles and occupations.
Susan works with all ages and fitness levels. Individualized Mitzvah Technique sessions involving table, chair and stool work using highly trained gentle hands-on guidance are primarily at Susan’s midtown Mitzvah Technique Studio. Classes, workshops and teacher training are given in her studio, health care and fitness facilities as well as corporate and workplace environments.
Susan has the authorization from M. Cohen-Nehemia to train Mitzvah Technique Teachers. She qualifies Mitzvah Technique Teachers in a three level teacher diploma course. Students develop and refine sensitivity of the hands on connection/direction for the Mitzvah Technique exercises, table work and advanced stool work. The quality of hands on connection/direction is a major focus of the teacher training program. The more refined the quality of hands on work is, the stronger the connection and the gentler the approach.
Susan Green has a B.Sc. in Honours Dance and Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo. She performed with Gina Lori Dance Enterprises and the Judy Jarvis Dance and Theatre Company and as an independent dancer and choreographer. Susan choreographed the critically acclaimed “Untitled Marking” using the Mitzvah Technique as a movement stimulus. She taught dance extensively through the school system and received many Ontario Arts Council Teaching Grants. Susan continues to choreograph and teach the dance creative process to all ages.
Susan is a member of the Society of Mitzvah Technique Teachers of Canada.