Danielle holds a BSc degree in Biology from Concordia University and a Graduate Degree in Management from McGill University in Montreal. Fluent in six languages, including English, French, Arabic and Spanish, Danielle grew up in a family involved in the fitness and dance industry and has always had a strong foundation for dance, discipline, a healthy lifestyle and positive energy.
Danielle started Pilates during her school years and has continued to become a fully Certified STOTT PILATES® Matwork, Reformer, Cadillac, Chair, Barrels at all levels and Injuries and Special Populations (ISP) instructor. She completed most of her training between Montreal and Toronto.
Danielle has taught pilates in Montreal, Cairo, Alexandria and now in Dubai. Before moving to Dubai, she owned a boutique pilates studio in Zamalek, Cairo specialized in small groups training as well as private classes.
Born in Alexandria, Danielle Haggar has always been a very active and energetic person. Ever since she was a young girl, she has been especially curious to discover the world around her. In her teens, she discovered a great passion for traveling which never faded... Luckily, with the Wadi El Nil scouts she had the opportunity to start her journey of adventure traveling by going camping in the white desert and the Sinai Peninsula. Being in charge of a group, she showed good leadership skills, while at the same time guiding her group, motivating them and showing them the time of their lives.
As do her entrepreneur parents, Danielle enjoys multi-tasking. When she was five years old, she started ballet and later on modern and social dancing. Ever since she was eight, she has felt so comfortable being on stage that she performed frequently and won several competitions.
Albeit always busy with her activities, Danielle constantly finds time to help others. She has volunteered on different occasions to help orphans, street children and has also given time at the YMCA and general hospital in Montreal.
As a native French-speaker, Danielle grew up in Alexandria among her Arabic-speaking friends. In addition to being bilingual, she studied at the German school. That is when she discovered a true talent for languages. In order to improve her knowledge of English, she decided to pursue a bachelor's degree in biology and a graduate degree in marketing and finance in Canada, where she also learned Spanish.
As part of Alexandria's melting pot, Danielle is used to communicating with people of all cultures and origins. Open-minded and outgoing, she is happy to be a Coach For Creative Organizers. Establishing a bridge between Kepri Creative Organizers and their clientele is a great opportunity for her to satisfy her taste for interpersonal communication while fighting for the environment.