Woraphat Arthayukti


Woraphat is a retired executive from a US Energy corporation and took up coaching after his retirement by completing the CoachU program. He helped create the Singapore based Asia Pacific Coaching Alliance in 2007 and is a past president of that organization. His current area of coaching interest is focused on Life Coaching as well as Mindfulness Coaching. Woraphat is currently involved in a number of Foundations among which is the Bangkok-based Hornbill Research Foundation that helps preserve the magnificent but endangered Hornbills in Thailand’s forests. He is a student of the Thai Forest Tradition of Theravada Buddhism as well as a student of the mindfulness methods currently taught in the west and is weaving both approaches into a Mindfulness coaching module. After his retirement Woraphat became of Buddhist monk for a full rain season and was introduced to the basics of meditation in that forest monastery. Woraphat has Engineering degrees from both the US and France and was a faculty member of Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok for several years before joining the management of a US Energy corporation. Woraphat is fluent in Thai, English and French. His hobbies currently include writing. Woraphat lives in Bangkok, Thailand and can be reached at

Coaching Specialties

Quality of Life/Well being coaching

Coaching Mode

Not Specified

Coaching Certification

Other Qualification

Other Coaching Certification

Completed the CoachU Program

Professional Organization

Other Professional Organization

Number Of Years In Coaching


Coaching Involvement

Part Time