NIKE x HABIBI BODY SPORT

Since we started officially encouraging people to eat real food and move their bodies, our community has grown in leaps and bounds! Now, Nike has invited us to come and play on the rooftop of their Melrose location, and we are over the moon at this new opportunity! We posted the event on our Facebook and Instagram, and hit capacity within 48 HOURS! We are … Continue reading NIKE x HABIBI BODY SPORT

Ashby says: NOURISH your LIFE

This is Ashby. Ashby has done the NOURISH program twice, and is gearing up to do it again. She can often be found (between modeling, teaching yoga and playing DJ to the frenetic masses) waxing poetic about how the simple act of learning to feed herself changed her life. She’ll also insist that she’s not being paid as a spokesperson (she’s not), but this shining … Continue reading Ashby says: NOURISH your LIFE

REFLECTIONS: Our First Community Cleanse

For the first time since the birth of Habibi Body Sport, we decided to host a Community Cleanse with the NOURISH 1 program. We designed a structured gathering (both on and offline) of like-minded humans to start and end the program at the same time. The idea was to help participants with sustainable success, by having them uplift and encourage each other. So we plotted, … Continue reading REFLECTIONS: Our First Community Cleanse

Post BBQ Blues…

So you’ve eaten and drank all the things, and are currently questioning your life choices. What’s particularly rough about this year’s Independence Day holiday is that it fell on a Thursday. So maybe you’ve got leftovers today and you’re thinking ‘Well these can’t go to waste, so I might as well eat them up.’ And then the weekend rolls around, and doesn’t everyone cheat on … Continue reading Post BBQ Blues…

Within & Out

In an era of hashtags and highlight reels masquerading as real life, it’s normal to feel as if you’re the last person in the room to pull it all together. It’s normal to see people your age (or younger) in places doing/achieving things that you’d never conceptualized, let alone made plans to execute. It’s also normal – in the interest of fomo (fear of missing … Continue reading Within & Out