by Emeric Harney September 06, 2017 1 min read

This Is Tea | Harney & Sons

Alexandra of AlexKateKnight.com is a Melbournian fashionista, fitness model, and health/wellness advocate residing in Manhattan, NY. She’s also a pilates instructor, running addict, and holistic nutritionist, dedicated to helping others live and love a healthier lifestyle.

Alex Kate Knight

Alex’s passion for health and fitness stems from a degree in biomedical science and a certification in Holistic Health Nutrition. Her entrepreneurial spirit inspired her to start two NYC cafés with her husband: a coffee shop, Bluestone Lane (now at 12 locations!), and a part-gluten-free bakery, Husk Bake Shop.

Alex Kate Knight, Bluestone Lane

For Alex, tea is her comfort zone. She enjoys having her Harney tea after a workout, helping her to ease into her happy place. “Incorporate fitness and healthy eating, but remember, it’s okay to let your hair down. It’s really important to let yourself relax,” she says.

Our team was excited to host Alexandra at our epic #ThisIsTea party in Spring 2017. Learn more about Alex by watching her interview below! Don’t forget—you can join the Harney tea party at any time. Just use the hashtag #ThisIsTea to spread your love and passion for tea!

Thank you for taking the time to talk with us and share your story, Alex! All images of Alex Kate Knight are provided by her Instagram account. Give her a follow here.

 

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