ABOUT HANNAH TELLUSELLE
The name Telluselle has been invented to symbolize "Mother Earth's Daughter". By connecting with the Sacred Feminine through dancing Hula in the beautiful nature of Hawaii and while learning about how to live Aloha, to live in harmony with ourselves, others and earth, Hannah changed her name from Camilla Charpentier, to Telluselle, approved as a Swedish copyright 2005.
She has written books about healing our feminine and masculine aspects within to reclaim a healthy inner child's play and wonder for creativity, as well as be caring adults. It is her ambition to lead dialogues for personal and organizational development through storytelling, personal coaching and support groups using the Socratic method.
Hannah has a background as a Professional Copywriter in advertising based on an education at Berghs' School of Communication in Stockholm and have worked both as an employee and as a freelancer mostly with promotional magazines within food, health and interior design.
She continued to become a Life coach with a degree in Organizational Change and Workscience from Hawaii Pacific University and Malmö University, where she introduced Personal coaching as a new profession in Sweden through her research papers. Her work experience as a speaker on motivation and as a Personal coach for small business owners, unemployed, middle managers and creatives enabled many breakthroughs with small group meetings and one-on-one sessions through her business Balansfokus, and through MeetUp for an international audience in Stockholm, based on her leadership for a youth organization for former exchange students.
Hannah Telluselle's real passion, however, is to dance. As a little girl she took ballet classes and continued with Jazz and Show as a teen, as well as drama classes. As an adult she continued with Modern and WestAfrican after a hiatus of a decade, leading her to discover Hawaiian Hula, before learning the ultimate combination in Isadora Duncan. She loves to perform on stage and holds her own workshops in Hula in Sweden.
She likes to honor and celebrate natural beauty through authenticity.