Marisse is a yoga teacher based in London, trained in Vinyasa, Yin, Ashtanga and Pranayama/Breathwork. She believes that "in life choices are heavily swayed by food (mainly pasta and potato) and will get distracted by puppies".
Peanut butter is the star of the show and then everything revolves around that.
STRETCH (whilst I brush my teeth as I can't stand it if it's not the first thing I do after waking up).
Don't be a d*ck, be kind to everyone!
Any type of movement to make me feel energised and strong, morning coffee and reading.
To be brave.
The connection between dogs and humans. Mainly through my personal love of dogs rather than expertise. I just really love dogs!
Dipping chocolate in tea! It's superior, a perfect pairing, and you won't convince me otherwise.
Humour at first, but kindness wins everytime.
James Baldwin – to be the fountain of intellect as I ask him a million questions, Ali Wong – to keep me laughing all evening, I just feel like we'd be friends, Madonna – surely she'd be great fun at a dinner party.
Deep sea diver – or more specifically, hang out with the green sea turtles! Is that a job?
I really enjoy "The Allusionist" by Helen Zaltzman, for those who love etymology! "So I Got to Thinking - The Sex and the City Podcast" is also GREAT.
Nourishing, energetic, fun (dare I say it).
Your everyday uniform: Joggers and big t-shirts. I would be in pyjamas all day if I could.
Favourite flowers: Lavender
Your comfort food: Chips! Well, anything potato based.
Your favourite magazine: Courier
The book of your heart: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee or Giovanni's Room by James Baldwin (I'm not good at picking one thing, as you can see).
Your favourite artist: Matisse but probably Egon Schiele.
Your favourite city: London, New York, or Vancouver!