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European Workshops 2018 – Support Materials

UZAZU workshop in Brighton 2018 Sitting in Circle 1

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Thank you for attending an UZAZU Workshop,

and welcome to these support materials!

Click on the items below to access the specific content.

Below, you’ll find 2 video versions of the full practice, The Developmental Sequence, as well as PDFs of all the handouts I gave in the course and an additional more detailed overview of each posture as well.

You’ll also notice I included: An opportunity to give me some feedback, which I would greatly appreciate (as I’ always looking to evolve and improve the work and how it’s shared), a link to leave a workshop testimonial for the UZAZU website (which is super helpful), as well as some possible next steps, if you should want to go deeper with this UZAZU Dynamic Embodiment work.

>> Feel free to post any questions or comments you have in the comments section here, or below any of the specific pages of content—that way more people can benefit from our exchange!

(If it’s something more personal or individual, of course, you can email me directly at dylan.newcomb@uzazu.org.)

>>> If you have not already, there’s a closed Facebook Group for ‘UZAZU Users’ I highly encourage you to join! I’ve just started this up and look forward to it being a supportive, stimulating place to ask questions and exchange ideas and experiences with other UZAZU Users.

Please also keep in mind that this practice and these handouts are principally for your personal use and are not to be copied and shared, nor distributed to clients or customers professionally, at this point.

I encourage you to work with what you’ve learned in the workshop, supported by this material here and the Facebook Group, and internalize it for yourself more and more!

If you feel called (and confident!) to start to integrate certain aspects of what you’re learning from this work into your professional work with others, please feel free to do so! However, at this ‘foundation-building stage’ we’re focusing primarily on how you can use UZAZU Dynamic Embodiment for yourself and how you can use it to show up in a more balanced, integrated, and easefull way in the various key contexts in your life (personally and professionally, etc.).

I will most definitely be offering further training over the coming months and years for people who want to go further with this material and also apply it more fully into professional coaching and facilitating (and UZAZU-training) contexts. The first full UZAZU v2 certification training will take place summer 2020. The specific dates for that will be announced within just a few months.

Before then, there are multiple ways already that you can go deeper with UZAZU Dynamic Embodiment. There’s more information about that at the end of this ‘post-workshop support materials packet’.

Enjoy! And I look forward to staying in touch with you.

Warmly, Dylan

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Dylan Newcomb is the founder & lead trainer of UZAZU Embodied Intelligence, a master embodiment-based coach for helping professionals & cultural creatives, and an avid embodiment researcher.

Dylan trained at the Juilliard School in both dance performance and music composition and was a multi-award-winning choreographer-composer in the Netherlands for over a decade. Generously funded by the Dutch government, Dylan went on to co-found Danslab Institute for Movement Research in 2001, where he conducted cross-cultural research for several years, exploring how vocal sounds, breath, and movement influenced thought, emotion, and behavior across hundreds of subjects. This research formed the basis for what has evolved into the modality now known as UZAZU Embodied Intelligence.

Over the past 18 years, Dylan has taught this unique approach to embodiment training to over 3,000 students across 4 continents. He has trained coaches, therapists, group facilitators, policemen, doctors, and business leaders in how to quickly balance their inner states to bring more ease and flow to their engagement in the world.

Dylan lives with his wife Kyung-sun Baek and their 11-year-old daughter Kiana in Freeport Maine, USA.


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