A 90-minute Webinar with Dylan Newcomb, Hosted by Mark Walsh


An Introduction to UZAZU Embodied Intelligence, for Coaches and Therapists

Discover how this full-spectrum embodiment method can be integrated into YOUR coaching or therapy practice and empower you to facilitate change more deeply, ease-fully, and sustainably.

In this FREE, Webinar you'll learn about...

  •  How UZAZU gives you a complete 'toolset' of practices and protocols to help your clients cultivate the specific, embodied states that empower them to meet their unique challenges & opportunities.
  • A 30-minute Guided Exercise in using UZAZU to help you (and your clients) step more fully into your own confidence & authentic empowerment and then also how to feel more ease and flow in social situations. This "mini-class" will give you a direct, potent experience of how (quickly) the method works.
  • How the UZAZU Embodied Intelligence method provides facilitators an integrative, embodied framework that brings key elements—such as polyvagal theory, attachment patterns, ego defenses, and core emotions—together in an intuitive, functional way.
  • How the upcoming 3-day Foundations of Embodied Intelligence Workshop, in Brighton UK, can take your capacity to facilitate embodied transformation to the next level—whether you're already skilled in  one or more body-based modalities, or do not yet directly involve the body in your work.
  • A Q&A session about the UZAZU method in general and the upcoming UZAZU 3-Day Workshop in Brighton UK, to help you discover if it might be a fit for you at this point.

Your Host:

Dylan Newcomb

Founder-Director 

UZAZU Embodied Intelligence


Recognized as one of the world's leading researchers, coaches, and trainers in the growing field of Embodiment, Dylan Newcomb has taught thousands of students across four continents how to transform the root causes of their unhealthy stress and step into a more full, joyous engagement with life. Dylan is the lead researcher, trainer, and founder of the UZAZU Embodied Intelligence method.

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