New Tai Chi Classes

New Tai Chi Classes with Janet Gee

Janet Gee, Tai Chi instructorWe are thrilled to offer Tai Chi at RGP now! Tai Chi is recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prevent falls and is being acknowledged in improving the health of older adults.

Janet Gee is a Tai Chi instructor who also has expertise in a variety of movement techniques. She will be offering a class in Tai Chi at Rhoda Goldman Plaza starting Tuesdays in September. She writes, “I am a certified Alexander Technique teacher since 1993. I am also a Feldenkrais practitioner (2008) and a self-defense instructor teaching violence prevention with personal safety and education. Additionally, I have been doing martial arts since 1971, and I am a Tai Chi instructor. I work my best with seniors and adults.”

Janet works with students privately, leads classes in assisted living communities, and teaches at City College of San Francisco and San Francisco State University. Janet focuses on Tai Chi and Qi Gong but also incorporates her experience and knowledge of other movement modalities into her classes.

I can personally attest to Janet’s amazing work with older adults—I have seen remarkable improvements in balance, flexibility, and ambulation. Everyone is welcome to attend Tai Chi—seated or standing, wheelchair or walker—come take advantage of Janet’s years of expertise to help boost your energy, improve your balance, and feel great.

—Adrienne Fair