There has long been a stereotype that yoga is a practice for women and that it is mainly conducted by women too. However, in fairness, it should be noted that more and more often in sports clubs in yoga classes you can meet representatives of the stronger sex, both in the role of students and in the role of teachers. Patrick Beach breaks down stereotypes and admits that he loves yoga very much, although he has other interests, judging by his Instagram page. This young man teaches yoga and proves that it is not just a practice for women.
We'll have a boy
Have you ever heard of the unborn baby's gender party? Such events are becoming more and more popular. The parents-to-be visit the doctor to find out the gender of the child. After doing an ultrasound, the doctor seals the results in an envelope and gives it to the person who will organize the party (for example, your sister). Her task is to reveal the gender of the child in the most creative way. And future parents will find out who they will have - a boy or a girl - at this very party, in front of the guests
MINI Magazine celebrates its 10th anniversary
On November 28, 2012, the 10th anniversary of the glossy MINI magazine was celebrated in the Silk space. The new concept of the magazine was presented at the MINI anniversary party. The guests of the evening enjoyed the fashion show "Oda Mini" and incendiary sets from the most fashionable DJs in Moscow. The soloists of the art group "Soprano 10", a new but already very popular project by Mikhail Turetsky, also performed in front of friends and partners of MINI magazine
Shrek's bride or homecoming party
When you have two very small children, and you do a strange job under the direction of a lover of production meetings (twice a morning), then going out is rare and usually comes down to the lonely birthday of her husband's comrades with their wives' stories about postpartum jaundice. Sometimes St. Valentine will suddenly sparkle with an unearthly light, but you have to leave a corporate party at twenty-zero, because after all, a nanny! and we must let her go