Alexandre Pascal has made his home on the Côte d’Azur, Nice to be exact. He started life in Paris and, after he married a diplomat, he spent a great deal of time travelling.
Alexandre loves to travel even now, it is enjoyable to see his photos from far flung and not so far flung destinations. He now lives in Nice enjoying the lifestyle in Nice and everything that the Riviera has to offer. Alexandre takes full advantage of being on the Mediterranean, he swims daily irrespective of the temperature.
When it comes to be involved in social activities, Alexandre has been and continues to be very active. He is a member of many associations and the Junior Chamber International (JCI). His affable, engaging personality, has made him a prominent and popular figure in Monaco, Nice and along the Côte d’Azur.
Although he is involved with property management, which he enjoys, Alexandre’s main passion is Feng Shui. Feng Shui is an ancient oriental technique to ensure that a living space, whether it be home of office, has a flow of energy that benefits those who use the space. It involves moving, arranging and, in some cases, dispensing with elements to eliminate negativity, create positivity and release the flow of energy.
Feng Shui works, there is no doubt of that. It is not something to take on lightly. A two bedroom apartment, for example, would involve a detailed study using the various Feng Shui disciplines to achieve an outcome. In the current climate with people working from home, having a Feng Shui expert assess and suggest changes would be of huge benefit as it would have a positive affect on both the living and working experience.
Alexandre has a company, Azur Feng Shui, which can be found on the web. He also has a presence under the same name on Instagram and Facebook. He would be delighted to welcome visitors to his stand the Foire de Nice in 2024 and talk about the benefits of Feng Shui. As one would expect with a Feng Shui professional, Alexandre is friendly, calm and positive, a great communicator.
All photos courtesy Alexandre Pascal