Jano CohenJano Cohen teaches private lessons and classes in T’ai Chi Ch’uan and The Alexander Technique at The Bridge, 33 N. Narberth Avenue in Narberth.

A new Beginning T’ai Chi class is starting with a free introduction, Thursday September 12, 2013 from 6:45-7:45pm.

Classes after that date will be $150 for 10 classes payable at beginning of each series.

Jano targets her classes and lessons to the needs of her students and she works well with people of all ages.

T’ai chi is a Chinese martial art that is also a beautiful flowing form of movement meditation.  People find relief from tension and it is a great way to improve your balance and strengthen your immune system while you enjoy a great sense of peace and well-being. It is a 52 movement form with some repeats and it takes at least a year to learn the entire form.

The Alexander Technique is taught with a combination of gentle touch, simple anatomy, easy movement studies and lying down in constructive rest.  You are guided to release tension and improve your movement and postural habits. The benefits include improved balance, coordination, breathing ability, comfort in daily life activities like standing, sitting, working at a computer, or driving, and improved athletic and performance skills. People with chronic pain from tension, TMJ, RIS, TOS, MS, arthritis, spinal disc issues and injuries often find relief from some of their pain and improved functioning.

Jano was a dancer for many years and came to study the Alexander Technique to resolve her own back pain and improve her dancing ability. She discovered t’ai chi by accident in Chinatown in Boston and has been studying it ever since with Maggie Newman here in Philadelphia

Lessons are scheduled by appointment.

For more information please contact: janocohen@gmail.com 610-639-3356

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