The Alexander Technique is a non-invasive teaching technique that allows students to become aware of their postural and movement habits (for example, slumping as you work at a computer, read a book or drive a car). In addition to improving balance, breathing and coordination, the Technique can help many people who suffer from excess tension, chronic fatigue, and chronic pain and is excellent for those undergoing rehabilitation from injuries.
|Unique to Jano Cohen and her style of teaching is the incorporation of a variety of movement studies (with the hands-on work of the Alexander Technique) that enhance your perception of your use of yourself and promote greater joint mobility, muscular flexibility and balance.
Jano draws upon her background as a dancer, t’ai chi chuan instructor and exercise instructor as well as her personal experience with rehabilitation from back injuries and ankle surgeries.
For actors, singers, dancers, and musicians, AT training can provide improved performance skills and reduce performance anxiety. The Technique gives students a new sense of control of their bodies and is often helpful to riders and
athletes, who benefit from heightened awareness of their
Jano teaches classes and workshops in Alexander Technique, both for larger groups and for
individuals, in the greater Philadelphia area. Private/semi-private
sessions can be scheduled at your home or office. Classes are taught
at The Bridge and People's Light and theatre with lessons offered
for riders, actors and body workers on location. Please inquire
about classes and workshops at other locations.
The Bridge: 33 N. Narberth Avenue,
Narberth, PA 19072
and Theatre: 39 Conestoga Road, Malvern, PA 19072
Days & Times
Tuesdays & Wednesdays: 11:30am ~ 3:30pm
Thursday evenings: 6:30pm ~ 9:00pm (except
when there are classes)
For more information about the Technique and its benefits, we encourage you to explore this website and to contact Jano Cohen with questions.