Rules are great. They create an explicit container for society and help to provide clear expectations and a sense of safety for most situations. At the same time, these containers, expectations, and safety can be monotonous and limiting. They can often be inflexible and not allow us to grow or evolve.
Break the darn rules from time to time.
I don't mean kill someone but maybe jaywalk tomorrow (when there are no cars around, I'm not advocating for you to step out blindly into the street). Eat ice cream for dinner next Friday. Make a dance that ignores all of the choreographic techniques.
My suggestion is to try doing something "wrong" intentionally. Or just butt up so closely to the rules that you start to see the loop holes in them, that they seem less like an impenetrable wall and more like a temporary shelter that can be moved, disassembled, and reconfigured to fit your needs and desires.
I know we have technique for a reason but don't let that precision and "rightness" get in the way of your creativity. Don't let someone who wrote a book in the 1950s dictate how you should make your art (I love you Doris Humphrey but I'm ready for the dance world to abandon most of your advice).
Move forward. Use what works for you. Let technique help when it works and let it go when it doesn't. Play. Make new rules. Ask for forgiveness, not permission. Be bad; It's great fun.
(Image taken from a particularly rule-breaking dance)