Mime and Mime Therapy

Developed by Huda the mime, The Mime Icon, also known as an International Mime Ambassador of Bangladesh.

(practicing and researching on mime and mime therapy since 35  years. Established ‘The American Neo Mime and Movement Theater’).

Mime is a language and gesture of feelings, emotions and actions by expressing bodily movements. By the movement techniques of mime, words of emotions express the language of mime in an art form.

Mime is not merely an art of entertainment,  also…

It develops, physical and mental heath care…

Communication skills:

When mime movements learned, it begins to use body as a whole to express thoughts and feelings more freely and be able to use communicative skills as well as physical expression and an increased sense of pattern and direction.

Self confidence:

Based on this knowledge of body awareness, the easy step-by-step practice of classical mime technique helps to gain self-confidence and self development.

Power of imagination:

Clown, singers, musicians, actor, choreographers, included  all performing arts and medias and all interested … The easy step-by-step practice of mime movement technique will help grow stamina and power, as well as enlightening the senses and imagination. Imagining techniques which allows students to slow down and focus individually on an issue. The students, sitting quietly with eyes closed, allow pictures to form in their minds. These images may be motivated by bits of relaxation, meditation, breathing,  narration, music, sounds, smells, etc.

Self esteem, motivation, dream, and visualization:

Students build self-esteem, confidence, self awareness, and motivation by practicing and training mime. Mime imagination power encourage to begin dreaming about ambitions. Students learn the magic of dance through mime visualization movement. Mime actions and reactions might be mother of all kind of performing arts.

Behavioral modification:

The physical emotional and psychological motivation of movement are explored through mime and mime therapy can be a profession as a Mime Therapist. Like, Mime therapy study of anatomy, physiology, nervous system, psychology, circulation, breathing technique, alignment technique, visualization, relaxation , meditation , stress reduce,  reflexology  and  yoga technique, etc. It helps to recovery the fear, anxiety  and depressions as well as pain management .

Physical and mental health care system including  body alignment and stress:

A powerful combination of breathing and movement technique detoxifies the tissues and purifies. Alignment techniques of each movement maximize the physical and mental benefits. Mime is a system of techniques for reaching your ultimate. Yoga postures merge with mime techniques to offer more benefits.


Pain management:

Clinicians who specialize in treating chronic pain now recognize that it is not merely a sensation, like vision or touch, but rather chronic pain is strongly influenced by the ways in which the brain processes the pain signals.

Chronic pain can provoke emotional reactions, such as fear or even terror, depending on what we believe about the pain signals. In other cases (such as in sports or another engaging, rewarding activity), chronic pain may be perceived by the individual as merely a nuisance, a feeling to be overcome in order to be able to continue in the activity.

Ideally, use of the chronic pain management techniques help patients feel less dependent on pain killers and feel more empowered to be able to control their pain.

Clinical research is continually being conducted to help determine which pain management therapies are the most effective in treating back pain and neck pain. Patients are advised to consult with their physician regarding any questions about a specific program.

Improvisation and Isolation:

The spontaneous use of movements create a character or object in a particular situation, acting done without a script. Control of isolated body parts, the ability to control or move one part of the body independently of the rest.


Mime therapy is a type of  physiotherapy. It was developed in the Netherlands in the 1970s by a mime actor named Jan Bronk and an Otolaryngologist named Pieter Devriese. These type of  Mime therapy was created to help patients who had limited or restricted facial movement or a lack of facial muscle control.

Conventionally speaking, miming is a performance art that relies on expression and body movement to communicate without speaking. Miming demands a highly-refined sense of body and muscle control.

During mime therapy, patients perform a series of mime-like facial exercises and assume certain expressions in particular sequences. Mime therapy may be used to treat patients with partially paralyzed facial nerves and patients who have had facial nerve or muscle reconstruction. For instance, patients with Bell’s palsy (the most common cause of facial paralysis), may undergo mime this form of therapy. Bell’s palsy typically results in paralysis or weakness on one side of the face; some patients may also develop synkinesis. Synkinesis consists of involuntary facial movements, such as grimacing, that accompany voluntary movements, such as closing of the eyes. Most people who are afflicted with Bell’s palsy recover fully, regardless of treatment. The goal of physio type mime therapy is to improve the symmetry of facial features and to help patients regain expression and control of their facial muscles. For example, damage to facial nerves may result in a droopy facial appearance; patients may also have difficulty using their facial muscles to express emotion. In addition, patients may have problems with speaking, eating, and drinking.

Huda mime therapy:

It’s mental and physical direction with the association of tools and techniques for improvement, recovery, reductionism and development of  mental and physical abilities.


Huda researched and developed mime therapy with more directions, different avenues and dimensions in the field of mental and physical by modern techniques and approaches for extendedness  the limitation.

The huda Mime Therapy Developed by Quazi Moshoorul Huda, Los Angeles, USA.

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