The Mitzvah Technique is a dynamic, hands-on method designed to teach participants how to physically establish healthy posture and habits. Many people have chronic pain that are masked with medications. The Mitzvah Technique teaches people how to independently maintain healthy postural habits which corrects the source of aches and pains.
• A complete package of interrelated hands on table work, practical exercises and discipline.
• A gentle discipline, learned through exercises involving sitting, standing & walking
• Pared down to the essentials, practical exercises.
• Gently powerful therapeutic tablework that make the exercises easier to practice.
• Uniquely taps into our body’s inherent upward rippling wave like motion through its total body actions
• Reconnects to your body’s instinctive need for movement
• Physically releases tension and stress
• Helps multiple problems, aches and pains
• Encourages freedom of movement
• Preventative and remedial care
Mitzvah Technique helps correct postural patterns of body misuse including: slouching, upper back rounding (hunching), neck poking and pelvis tucking. During individual sessions, Susan gently practices a high standard of hands on Mitzvah Technique table work that is designed to encourage the use of the Mitzvah Mechanism. People learn to develop healthy body mechanics including use of the underused hip joints and symmetrical usage during sitting, standing and walking. Tools are learned to help correct existing patterns of body misuse to prevent further problems. Our dormant inherent Mitzvah Mechanism is revealed allowing us to achieve relaxed upright postural alignment.
The Mitzvah Technique changes postural body usage during daily activities to correct postural patterns of body misuse. We improve how you sit down in a chair and how you use your body while you are seated in the chair. We fine-tune the way you use your body as you stand up and walk to maximize your body’s ability to spring upwards using gravity.
Mitzvah Technique teaches practical applications for daily routines and self care including healthy posture while working at the computer and application to a variety of artistic, fitness, physical, work, daily activities and specific areas of interest.
All ages and fitness levels benefit
” Uniquely uses the body as a complete unit through its total body actions” – Susan Green