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Recent published articles by or about Holly Sweeney

sight impairment gogglesTai Chi Chuan, the journal of the International Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan Association http://www.yangfamilytaichi.com

Summer 2013: Looking Through the Lens of Science: Tai Chi and The Dao of Brain-Building

Winter 2012: Looking Through the Lens of Science: Our Amazing Fascial Inner Net

Summer 2012: Looking Through the Lens of Science at The Ins and Outs of Breathing

July 2010: "The Mind ’s Eye: Teaching Tai Chi to People without Sight"

Winter & Spring 2009: (Number 24) "The Nature of Balance and the Practice of Tai Chi Chuan"

Spring and Summer 2008: (Number 23) "Looking through the Lens of Science at the KNEE" (Another in our series of essays about the biomechanics of Tai Chi Chuan)

Winter 2007:(Number 22) "Looking through the Lens of Science at the Ten Essentials of Tai Chi Chuan" (Part 6: Looking at: “Chen zhui jian zui zhou,” “Sink the shoulder and droop the elbows”)

Summer 2007: (Number 21) "Looking through the Lens of Science at the Ten Essentials of Tai Chi Chuan" (Part 5: A Brief Review)

Fall 2006: (Number 20): "Looking through the Lens of Science at the Ten Essentials of Tai Chi Chuan" (Part 4: Looking at: “Hang xiong ba bei,” “Contain the chest and lift up the back”)

Summer 2006: (Number 19) "Looking through the Lens of Science at the Ten Essentials of Tai Chi Chuan" (Part I I, B: Looking at: “Song yao,” “Loosen the waist”, continued)

Winter 2006: (Number 18) "Looking through the Lens of Science at the Ten Essentials of Tai Chi Chuan" (Part 2: Looking at "Song yao," "Loosen the Waist")

Spring 2005: (Number 16) "Looking through the Lens of Science at the Ten Essentials of Tai Chi Chuan" (Part 1: "Practice continuously and without interruption”)

Horse News

May 2007: "Alexander Technique Puts Riders In Proper Balance" by Beverly Saadeh (Photo: Bevery Saadeh)

Exchange, the journal of Alexander Technique International

April 1999: ( Vol.7 No.1): "Exploring the Alexander Technique: Its Central Hypothesis and Teaching Modalities" (part I)

July 1999: ( Vol.7 No.2): "Exploring the Alexander Technique: Its Central Hypothesis and Teaching Modalities" (part II)

 

 

 

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Contact Holly Sweeney-Hillman at (973) 650-4839 or email hollysweeneyhillman@gmail.com