Agnes Fischer

Get to know our beautiful influencer and model Agnes Fischer. She is much more than just a pretty face in a competing modelindustry. She would like to inspire her followers to live a healthier – happier lifestyle. But also to be individual and that you can be many things.

#Agicomesbackstronger

Agnes started using this hashtag last year. She had an accident where she tore up her knee.Her doctors said that she would probably never be able to run again. She kept imagining herself running again and followed a very strict rehab. Six months after surgery, she ran again. Faster than before…

For Agnes –  an injury (to a certain degree) is not a setback. In her case – it did make her stronger. Physically but also mentally.

Agnes practices a lot of yoga, but she wouldn’t describe herself as an „uber“ yogi. She runs, does half marathons, hikes and climbs a lot. But she also likes going out and party with her friends. Balance is the key. 

There is this quote by Rachel Brathen that Agnes loves –

 “Balance is key. In everything you do. Dance all night long and practice yoga the next day. Drink wine but don’t forget your green juice. Eat chocolate when your heart wants it and kale salad when your body needs it. Wear high heels on Saturday and walk barefoot on Sunday. Go shopping at the mall and then sit down and meditate in your bedroom. Live high and low. Move and stay still. Embrace all sides of who you are and live your authentic truth! Be brave and bold and spontaneous and loud and let that complement your abilities to find silence and patience and modesty and peace. Aim for balance. Make your own rules and don’t let anybody tell you how to live according to theirs.”

Agnes thinks the „danger“ on instagram is following certain trends. We all go to places that bloggers write about – instead of making our own adventures. We wear certain clothes / hairstyles etc. because it’s in „fashion“. We are so focused on others, that we loose the connection to ourselves.

“We are all perfect in our own way and we mustn’t loose that.” – Agnes Fisher.