Discipline of Authentic Movement Teacher
Hannah Folberth-Reinprecht was introduced to Authentic Movement in her Dance Therapy Training with Cary Rick (1988 to 1992). Hannah worked with Janet Adler in Italy from 1993 until 1995 and immediately felt the connection to the deep essence of life and nature through this work.
Hannah qualified as a psychotherapist in Austria in 1992 and worked as a dance therapist in two psychosomatic clinics. As an independent psychotherapist she teaches the Discipline of Authentic Movement in individual sessions and groups in her studios in Vienna and Graz, and offers trainings for psychotherapists and dance therapists at home and abroad.
Hannah focuses on the possibility of connection to our instinctual nature through our felt body senses and on opening to the wide space of the unknown. In her work with trauma therapy she has honed her interest in the integration of body-based tools and awareness practice.
Hannah has trained in Somatic Experiencing with Raja Selvam and Itta Wiedenmann and holds a diploma in Systemic Therapy and bond-based body therapy (Thomas Harms), psychoimaginative psychotherapy (Luise Reddemann), and Brainspotting (David Grand)
Drawing on her Eastern European roots, Hannah also teaches Circle Dances, which come from matriarchal societies and Roman cultures.