Adrian Cox

Coaching and Training for a Body and Mind of Excellence

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Confidence is overrated
You don’t need confidence to teach. Confidence is a state of you thinking about you. The truth is, “you” is a construction. It’s an idea....

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How to quickly build rapport with your students
“Rapport is the ability to enter someone else’s world, to make him feel that you understand him, that you have a strong common bond. It’s...

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How not to give variations in a yoga class
When you teach yoga, there are multiple ways of thinking about variations to postures. Is a pose complete at a certain point? Does it fail...

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Have you hit a plateau in yoga practice?
Have you hit a plateau in yoga practice? Does it seem like you’re not improving in your yoga practice? Or burnt-out from teaching too much?...

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How changing perception of time can stop an addiction
Have you ever been addicted to something? That urge that pulls you to act in some way can be overpowering but usually leads to results...

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Forget the name of the yoga pose for better results
Learn how you can actually take yourself further in many ways by temporarily ‘forgetting’ you call it “yoga pose X”. There is a reason why...

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Overcoming FEAR in yoga inversions
Many people feel hesitation when it comes to yoga inversions but still really want to do them. “Getting” a yoga pose after many years of...

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Strategies for fun and memorable yoga classes
Some things stick with us for life. Great teachers can engage your attention more fully, and package information in a way that can get you to...

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Do you teach yoga? Ask yourself these three unusual questions
As a yoga teacher your role is ultimately to ensure learning takes place. Unfortunately, in teaching yoga, many miss the forest for the trees- which...

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