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Alexander Technique is a learning method that will teach you to achieve better balance while you are sitting, standing or moving. Benefits of the Alexander Technique include greater comfort doing stationary tasks such as driving or computer work; enhanced athletic performance with reduced risk of injury; and the simple joy of having better posture.

A balanced body is a graceful, capable and responsive body.
> Harvard Women’s Health Newsletter featured Alexander Technique as a way to
lllllovercome chronic low back pain.
> Sally Swift based her Centered Riding method on Alexander Technique.
> EQUUS magazine, April 2010, recommended Alexander Technique for “riders
llll who have trouble with stiffness, old injuries or tension in the back or neck.”

A wonderful feeling of lightness and relaxation results from an Alexander Technique lesson. Many students describe the experience as feeling as if the weight of the world was lifted from their shoulders. What these students are actually experiencing is not magic but the difference between a body that has been distorted and compressed by tension and a body that has been restored to its natural balance.

Holly Sweeney-Hillman offers the following options for learning Alexander Technique:
> Private lessons at Balance & Flow in Bedminster, NJ.
> Group lessons for riding camps and schools
> Corporate training

Holly Sweeney-Hillman earned her teaching certification in the Alexander Technique from the F.M. Alexander Foundation of Philadelphia in 1991. She holds a BA in Dance and served as Dance Director at the Foxcroft School in Middleburg, Virginia. She earned a Master’s Degree in Ergonomics and Orthopedic Biomechanics from New York University in 1997. She has taught Alexander Technique in New York City and New Jersey as well as at educational venues including The Foxcroft School, Omega Institute and NYU School of Continuing Education and in corporate settings including Exxon, the Economist, and Bloomberg Media.

Holly Sweeney-Hillman teaching Alexander Technique
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(973) 650-4839
Contact Holly Sweeney-Hillman at (973) 650-4839 or email