Alex Iglecia

Have you had a major breakdown or setback in the last year that caused you to pivot, reflect and make radically new choices aligned with who you really want to be?

Professionals and creatives often hire me after they’ve hit a speed bump in their evolution. They’ve entered the cocoon stage of transformation and need help moving moving through letting go so they can gain inspired motivation again at a new level.

Is there a part of you that you know is hiding, buried or trapped? Are you committed to freedom, authenticity, integrity and creativity? I’ve been there, many times, and so have my clients. If your next stage of development is begging you to embody more kindness, self-love, honoring, trust and healing in order to be the role model, leader, creator you most wish to be… let’s talk.

What is calling you?

Coaching with me can help you get clarity about your life’s throughline and personal mythology so you can live more in tune with your true self.

What caused the breakdown that you are now aware needs your attention?

Coaching with me can help you heal and strengthen, recover and restore, smile and move forward with emerging confidence.

What breakthrough have you already initiated, and you’re calling in new energy, purpose and inspiration for creating your future?

Working with me can help you own the good that comes by in creasing your receiving and self-trust.

How to begin:

To begin exploring what it’s like to work with me, schedule a Dive Deep Discovery Session to spark your next breakthrough and see if you enjoy the way I help you move forward.

Watch this short testimonial from a powerful retreat in Hawaii:

Past clients:

have included CEOs, PhDs, artists, investors, engineers, business owners and teens whose intentions were alignment, creativity, kindness, generosity, more synchronicity and peace in their career, health and relationships.

To let your true wealth flow, let go and let’s go.

“What glorious gifts
Make your molecules dance
Making love with enthusiasm,
Across the universe?”

– Alex Iglecia, MA

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Beth Brewer

I’ve worked as a LCSW for the past 18 years, and have maintained a private psychotherapy practice for 12.
I am a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, and a Certified Yoga and Meditation Teacher.
In my therapy practice I specialize in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and Transpersonal Hypnotherapy that has a somatic edge. I am excited about incorporating UZAZU so that that edge might become a broader surface of my work.
In addition to individual, couple and group therapy, I offer clinical consultation both to therapists and organizations. I am particularly energized at the moment by consulting for therapists who are writing books about their work.

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Dylan Newcomb

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 a comprehensive modality known as UZAZU Embodied Intelligence.

Over the past 18 years, Dylan has taught his 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 is increasingly recognized as one of the emerging, next generation of leaders in the space of bringing the science and practice of embodiment-based personal development into the 21st Century.

As a master-coach, Dylan Newcomb works 1-1 online with helping professionals, supporting them to move through the remaining blocks holding them back from effectively getting their purpose-driven work into the world, and he works with conscious entrepreneurs & cultural creatives looking to grow their impact, while also growing as a whole person. Dylan lives with his wife Kyung-sun Baek and their 9-year-old daughter Kiana in Freeport Maine, USA.

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Deb Grant

As a licensed social worker (LCSW) and registered somatic movement therapist (RSMT), I bring over 25 years of clinical expertise as a psychotherapist specializing in trauma and somatic work to my role as UZAZU’s clinical advisor. I am an UZAZU co-trainer and certified practitioner, helping develop, guide, and deliver our live & online training events and our 10-month certification program; and I actively support our UZAZU community.

In my clinical work as a psychotherapist I bring UZAZU, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Body-Mind Centering®, embodied polyvagal theory, ego state work, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), and Deep Brain Reorienting (DBR) to my sessions with clients. As a Somatic Movement Therapist I integrate UZAZU with Body-Mind Centering® as well other somatic and movement-based approaches to embodied work.

I also provide consultation and professional development workshops to helping professionals, exploring the integration of somatic/body-based work with psychotherapy. I’ve presented workshops on Polyvagal Theory at Kripalu and Omega Institute, and have been a regular co-presenter & collaborator with Deb Dana, an internationally renowned speaker and educator on Polyvagal Theory.

In addition to my profession as a psychotherapist and somatic movement therapist, I teach somatic approaches to improvisational dance and contact improvisation, with an extensive background and training in yoga, bodywork, theater, and contact improvisation. I am also a DJ for our beloved ecstatic dance community, here in Portland, Maine.

I’m currently hunkered down during COVID with my partner Jason and his 12 year old son, as well as 2 cats and a senior dog, and with my recent-ish college graduate daughter just around the corner. My therapy website is I love UZAZU and delight in being a part of the UZAZU team!

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Anastasia Goda

My first education is mathematician, additional one is perspective educational technology (Krasnoyarsk, Siberia). Since 2002, in the training and consulting business in various roles – startup, key client management, training projects (Moscow, Russia).

In 2016 I graduated EFC Russia, after which I began conduct individual and group sessions with clients using embodiment approach (more often in Lithuania). During previous year at my company in Moscow I led the team of changes (the main tasks was the implementation of the strategy and the forming of self-organisation’s approach), so my external client practice was minimised.

In client sessions, I like to combine embodiment practices with working with clay.

Groups are mainly corporate customers (usually divisions), business requests may be different, but most of them often is around the topic of communications.

Individual clients are with very different requests (relationships, working with inner states, support in situation of uncertainty, etc). We clarify the request, choose a more suitable model for working with task, look for a new embodiment/balanced state, client take as home works the practice that would help holding the new state.

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Beth Nolte

~I’m a licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist in private practice for 20+ years, and more recently a certified qigong instructor (Taichi Qigong Shibashi).

~My current passion is cultivating a system that weaves together Chinese medicine, Uzazu Embodied Intelligence, Mindful Self-Compassion practice, personal coaching, and the Internal Family Systems model.

~My goal is to help my patients and clients cultivate a healthy and balanced life, and to more fully develop a natural confidence, curiosity and compassion, for their own life and in the world.

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Corinne Vergote

I’ve been working for 10 years as a somatic therapist and embodied dance&movement professional, coaching adults individually and facilitating group workshops and trainings for professionals. Since december 2020 i am a certified Uzazu practitioner. My mission is to inspire people through embodiment practices as Uzazu, movement therapy and awareness therapy (focusing, visualization, meditation, relaxation) guiding them towards a more joyful, compassionate and easeful way of living Life.

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Daniel Prager

I mainly work with teams and leaders adopting new ways of working: moving from structured, individualised, command-and-control “plan the work, work the plan” to more team-centric iterative and incremental, collaborative modes of work. This can be a big change for many people both at a conceptual and emotional level.

I run a mix of short trainings, one-on-one and team coaching/mentoring sessions. The trainings introduce new techniques, and in the coaching/mentoring sessions we collaboratively adapt these approaches to the complexities of real work.

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Dr. Albert Viljoen

I am a qualified medical doctor and a certified Integral life coach. I currently work as an executive, life and leadership coach.

I see private clients in-person or online, covering a range of topics, from Work-life balance to career-change to ADHD. My background is in integral coaching, and I include the Integral model, Enneagram typology, and Gestalt-based principles in my coaching practice.

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