Ariane Luque

People & Culture Manager at The Wellbeing Project


If we were having coffee and you asked me, I would tell Ariane is passionate. Passionate about people, traveling, nature, painting, cinema, music, and spending quality time with her loved ones.

She has a degree in Tourism and a master’s degree in Management with a specialization in International Business. Also, She has been involved in Human Resources and Strategic Coaching. Ariane has always worked and studied at the same time. She has had the opportunity to collaborate with professionals from all fields in hospitality and restaurant businesses, consulting, advertising, and banking… always in the administrative and human resources field.

She considers herself a down-to-earth person but always holds the dream and the goal of improving the world by doing her bit. She believes that all together we can achieve great things.

Nowadays, she considers well-being to be fundamental. Physical, emotional, psychological, and social well-being. For this reason, she is happy to be part of this wonderful project and to continue enjoying, learning, and contributing to it.

What does inner wellbeing mean to you?

For me, inner well-being is learning how to connect our inner life with the outer world in harmony. It is also about understanding what is going on inside us and learning to deal with it healthily.

How would you define wellbeing in one word?


Are there any rituals or practices you use to enhance your wellbeing?

Breath exercises, mindfulness, therapy… I also try to write down in a notebook the reasons why I am grateful every day, goals and highlights of my day to day life.

Why is it important that we prioritise individual and collective wellbeing?

“Wellbeing inspires welldoing”. Not only for our health but also because if we are well, we will transmit this well-being to the people around us and this will be reflected in the way we work and live.

Do you have any favourite books, podcasts, or articles that you believe support, promote, or educate on wellbeing and related themes? 

In this field, my favorite book is “Your Erroneous Zones” by Wayne Dyer. I usually watch or listen to TED Talks and If you ask me about authors maybe I will say Susan David, Mario Alonso Puig, Fidel Delgado, and Emilio Duró, among others.

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