There are no refunds, except in special circumstances and at the discretion of the instructor.
Students are welcome to have make-ups for classes they miss.
Make-ups can only be taken while attending a class that has been paid for.
Make-ups cannot be utilized as the beginning or ending segments of a sequence of paid classes.
Make ups for classes missed by students are only a courtesy. The instructor does not guarantee that there will be a class that might fit the students' level or schedule to take such make-up.
The instructor makes every effort to keep cancelations down to the minimum. The instructor will schedule make-ups for classes canceled due to severe weather, instructor's short-term illness, certain holidays (see below, "HOLIDAYS") or other reasons. Students have no obligation to attend rescheduled classes. There will be no refund for rescheduled classes. The cost of rescheduled classes cannot be applied to the next month's payment.
Classes that fall on Thanksgiving Eve, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day do not get included in the monthly payment. Classes that fall on all other holidays get included in the monthly payment. Classes that fall on holidays and are included in the monthly payment will be either rescheduled or held on the actual holiday, to be determined close to the date.
Occasionally, in small groups, only one student comes to class. When this happens, it becomes a 1/2 hour private lesson for $15. That one student has the choice: to take that shorter private session or to make up that class attending a different group.
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These policies are subject to change without notice.
Tai Chi, a sequence of slow, flowing movements based on Chinese Martial Arts, supports memory, flexibility, circulation,better sleep, concentration, ba-lance, stress reduction, coor-dination, and much more.
Tai Chi is meditation in movement. It supports any spiritual practice and facilitates the integration of body, mind and spirit.
Most classes are ongoing, beginners always welcome.
Jorgelina learned Tai chi in her youth, in Argentina, under Mrs. Felicitas de Epstein, and has specialized in teaching beginning students. She teaches at her Essex studio, for the Beverly Recreation Department, and in January 2019 classes will start for Salem Park and Recreation. She has also taught at a private park in Salem, MA, at the Essex Yoga Coop, at the Beverly Cove Community Center, at Floating Lotus in Gloucester, at the First Methodist Church in S. Hamilton and at First Parish Church in Manchester by the Sea.