About Adrian Cox
My congruency is the most powerful message I can communicate.
I teach what I practice. A daily practice of yoga, breathing, and meditation for 25 years. My insatiable curiosity and drive for learning has opened the world to me, and led me to learn with many masters. I am passionate about what I do.
Breathing is our birthright, and changing your relationship with breath can make it easier to be more of the person you want to be, when you need to be. Over centuries and longer, different approaches to understanding and working with breath have emerged. I’ve studied those disciplines for decades, and integrated them into the work I do with BreathYoga.
From Seattle, USA originally and since I began teaching yoga in 1999, I left the US to found the Yoga Elements school of yoga in Bangkok. Yoga Elements was one of the first yoga centers in Thailand and during it’s 18 years of operation, it garnered a highly esteemed reputation for quality. It was described as “Easily Bangkok’s best studio” by Travel and Leisure (25 Top Yoga Studios Around the World) and as “Bangkok’s most inspiring place to study yoga” by Bangkok Post (reader choice awards). I have taught workshops, and trainings worldwide, and was featured at the Yoga Journal conferences in Moscow and Bangkok in 2008, 2009, and 2010.
Breathing Behavior Analysis Certification - Professional School's training in capnometry and breathing behavioral analysis under Dr. Peter Litchfield
Certified Breathwork Trainer - GRIT Breathwork 400 hours, Professional Member International Breathwork Federation (IBF), Certified Breathwork Practitioner with Global Professional Breathwork Alliance (GPBA)
E-RYT 500 Yoga Teacher Trainer - Certfied to the highest level under the yoga alliance and with daily practice since 1997. Yoga influences include BNS Iyengar, Doug Keller, Richard Freeman, Paddy McGrath, Bihar School of Yoga and many others.
Certfied Trainer and Coach of Hypnosis and NLP - Multi-certified under three different schools of NLP and Hypnosis including John Grinder (ITNLP), Christina Hall (Society of NLP), John Overdurf (HNLP).