Cultivating Relational Flow through Embodied Intelligence
August 26 - August 28
> Moscow, Russia <
A Live 3-Day Immersive Workshop for:
Coaches, Therapists, Counselors, and other Helping Professionals
with Embodiment Master Trainer and UZAZU Founder Dylan Newcomb.
Learn how to identify core-level imbalances and nervous system dysregulation in your clients—and a set of embodied practices and interventions that help bring them into balance—so they can quickly experience more ease, connection, and flow in their personal and professional relationships.
As coaches, therapists, and helping professionals, we regularly find ourselves trying to best support our clients with the various relational challenges they’re experiencing. Be it with Lovers, Friends, Parents, Children, Clients, Bosses, Partners— different people & roles can confront and trigger us in different ways.
And even though we often do succeed in helping our clients in important ways with their relational challenges, the deeper conditioned responses and patterns of dysregulation of their Autonomic Nervous System can remain not fully identified nor sufficiently repatterned at a core, sensorimotor level.
Using a set of eight core body postures, vowel sounds and guiding concepts, UZAZU Embodied Intelligence empowers you with a highly integrative model and method to understand exactly where & how someone’s capacity to thrive is being compromised, and then gives you the know-how and tools to help your clients shift into deeply coherent, regulated flow-states.
In this three-day workshop, you will:
- Learn to use the UZAZU Embodied Intelligence Short Assessment to quickly gain a clear, holistic understanding of where & how your client tends to lose their capacity to remain well-regulated and empowered—both personally and interpersonally—and have a roadmap for how to bring them back into balance. (This simple, integrative assessment reveals & interconnects people’s Attachment Style, Emotional Self-Regulation, Self-efficacy, and Interaction tendencies and grounds them in a relatable, embodied framework.)
- Learn to work skillfully with a core set of eight simple body postures to help your clients balance & integrate the various dysregulated states they may be experiencing and to integrate these more securely self-regulated and empowering states into their daily lives.
- Become equipped to give your clients highly targeted, embodied ‘homework’ exercises (using the same simple eight postures) they can easily practice at home to gradually repattern their specific imbalances and keep integrating and growing—beyond their 1-1 sessions with you.
- Learn how to apply what you learn through UZAZU’s Embodied Intelligence Self-Assessment process to improve how you manage your own attention, nervous system regulation, and body language while interacting with your clients—so you can experience a more easeful and effective flow in your sessions and come away feeling more inspired and less drained.
- Leave with a mini-booklet filled with precise descriptions, photos, and the exact steps of each intervention you learn, so you can immediately start practicing and using with your clients what you’ve learned in the workshop.
If you are a coach, therapist, counselor, or other helping professional—and whether you have a lot of prior experience in body-based practices & interventions—or none at all yet—you’ll come away from this 3-day intensive workshop with master embodiment trainer Dylan Newcomb with a clear set of principles, practices, and protocols you can use with your clients, and with yourself, to quickly come into a more easeful and empowering experience of relationship.
This workshop will run from 9:30 to 18:00 each day, with a 90-minute lunch break at 12:30.
A Note to Psychotherapists: Dylan Newcomb is not a trained psychotherapist, and does not practice as one. However, a growing number of psychotherapists have trained in UZAZU with him and find its embodiment principles and interventions to be very helpful and easy to integrate into their own work with clients.
About the Trainer: Dylan Newcomb
Dylan Newcomb is a mind-body researcher, coach, teacher, and founder/director of the UZAZU Embodied Intelligence method. He helps coaches, therapists, teachers, entrepreneurs, and cultural creatives of all kinds optimize their mind-body-awareness connection so they can more effortlessly experience the kinds of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that help them thrive in their personal and professional relationships and take joyful, effective action on their authentic inspirations.
Dylan spent the first fifteen years of his adulthood as a dancer, choreographer, and composer. He studied both dance and music composition at the Juilliard School in New York City, danced with the Netherlands Dance Theater before going on to enjoy a successful, multi-award-winning career as a freelance choreographer & composer.
Driven by an interest to understand the deeper effects of sound and movement on people’s experience, behavior, and relational dynamics, Dylan co-founded the Danslab Institute for Movement Research in 2003. After several years of research into how vowel sounds affect people’s thought, emotion and behavior, Dylan began shaping his sound-movement research findings into a model—and a method—for helping people quickly shift their inner states.
Over the past 16 years now, Dylan has taught his unique approach to embodiment training, currently called UZAZU Embodied Intelligence, 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 is increasingly recognized as one of the leaders in the space of bringing the science and practice of embodiment-based personal development into the 21st Century. Dylan lives with his wife Kyung-sun Baek and their daughter Kiana in Freeport Maine, USA.