The Native Society is an inspirational and aspirational digital platform, where individuals can share their entrepreneurial story/spirit and positive experiences. I feel gratitude for being featured in it and had loads of fun with the interview. Thank you. ~ Danielle Abisaab
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What do you do best?
– What I do best is believe in the excellence of human beings.
What makes you the best?
– Being a humble student of life.
What are your aspirations?
– To continue planting and spreading the seeds of yoga, not only through the teaching platform, but through actions and words, play, art, poetry, photography, and design.
– Having two jobs I am passionate about (Architecture and teaching Yoga), when most people on this planet feel stuck with one job they despise. But the real success, is in having found ways to bridge both disciplines together. I teach Yoga as the architecture of the body and the soul. I design spaces with positive energy, sustainability and kindness in mind. Both disciplines have allowed me to truly understand the full spectrum of space. Yoga refurbishes and expands our inner space, Architecture defines our external space, our environment.
Most Challenging Moment?
– The moment a loved one must go.
– “Curiosity didn’t kill the cat, ignorance did.”
– Every member of my immediate family, every single one of my friends, every teacher I have studied with, every annoying person who has pushed my buttons or triggered me in some way.
– My Osteopaths
– Leonardo Da Vinci.
– My inner child.
– Union Square Yoga, the Yoga studio I founded and designed in Beirut Lebanon.
– The entirety of New York City.
– The top of Huayna Picchu in Peru.
– The Yoga mat.
– A lover’s arms early in the morning.
– Jade Mats.
– Onzie leggings.
– Free People clothing.
– Hampton Chutney’s Dosas in NYC.
– Moroccan Oil hair product.
– Green $ Black’s dark chocolate with Ginger.
– Awàn Tea Orchid Flesh flavor
– Teaching Yoga to Syrian refugee kids.
– Learning to play the Djembe (West African drum).
– Discovering new music.
– Watching documentaries.
– Understanding human behavior.
– Working on myself everyday.