2. Ask your home teacher what to work on with the Suzuki Institute Teacher.
When you decide to go to a Suzuki Institute make sure to ask your currently teacher what they would like you to work on with the Institute teacher. Most Suzuki Institutes will offer a masterclass with one of the teachers at the Suzuki Institute. This will give you the opportunity to suggest to the Suzuki Institute teacher what your home teacher would like reinforced. If your child has trouble holding their violin properly make sure to mention this to the Suzuki Institute teacher as an area that you would like them to address. The teacher will most likely spend part of each masterclass stressing posture and coming up with new ways to do this during the Suzuki Institute week. The end result of this could be that your child will no longer have trouble holding the violin properly after a week at the Suzuki Institute.