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The Discipline of Authentic Movement is a non-sectarian practice that welcomes students from any background, ability, orientation, or tradition. People practice the discipline in many ways: in individual sessions, in ongoing groups, and in retreats. Circles of Four faculty and graduates teach in many countries and in many languages.  Teachers may work only in person or in person and virtually. 

To find a teacher who is right for you, click on any name from the list below and read the biography. 
To get more of an idea of what the practice involves, watch this video of Janet Adler.

Teachers of the Discipline of Authentic Movement

Hannah Folberth-Reinprecht  German, Spanish, French, English
Susanne Hofler-Resch Portuguese, English
Soraya Jorge Portuguese, English
Heli-Maija Rajaniemi  Finnish, Swedish, English
Mandoline Whittlesey  French, English
Anke Teigeler German, English
Cornelia Schmitz German, English
Irmgard Halstrup German, Swedish, English
Uta Buchler German, English
Marcia Plevin Italian, English
Rosa Maria Govoni Italian, English
Ania Kowalska-Catalano Polish, Italian, English
Anna Garafeeva Russian, English
Nina Kungurova Russian, English
Betina Waissman
Spanish, Portuguese, English
Almut Hepper Kirchhofer  German, English
Françoise Broillet French, German, English
The Netherlands  
Céline Gimbrère Dutch, French, English
United Kingdom  
Fran Lavendel English
Jane Bacon English
Jane Okondo  English
United States  
Ann Stevenson  English;    Montana
Bonnie Morrissey  English;    Vermont
Diana Levy  English;    New York
Eleni Levidi Greek, English;    Colorado
Forest Emily Franken English;    Washington 
Hillary Funk Welzenbach English;    Montana
Jeanne Castle English;    Washington
Jillian Froebe English;     Washington
Joan Webb English;    Massachusetts 
Julia Gombos  English;    California
Lisa Tsetse English;    New York
Moriah Moser  English;    Maine
Paula Sager  English;    Rhode Island
Susan Cahill English;    Illinois