A couple of months back, I announced that I would be taking my instructor training, a no-turning back move I put. Although I’m poorer, I know that this is a big investment career-wise and in my yoga journey also. I have practiced yoga informally for approximately a decade (starting from taking a look at tutorials in magazines and YouTube) and two years formally in a yoga studio, taking workshops, and self-practicing homework at home, but there’s so much to learn! September even opened up itself to me. I didn’t have an individual work booked that month. In a real way, there was disappointment because my brushes were itching to be utilized.
That leisure time, though, was a blessing because it provided me a chance to really prepare and become pre-yinned out before the training. Since I was at home the majority of the time, I had time for you to cook healthy food and incorporate more of them into my system. I also used the time to read and study in advance and do my yang exercises (pole, Vinyasa, HIIT) to balance the Yin prep time.
The training itself was intense – physically and mentally. This helped us prepare to get better educators. A very important factor Victor Chng, our teacher said to us that, “Teaching can be an extension of genuine experience.” This echoed just what a good mentor and friend in Yin Yoga told me, that everything is still rooted upon practice.
We did practice yoga- a lot …
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Models wore a soft, peachy-pink eyeshadow with warm red lips, likely motivated by ’60s styles, but with a twist. There is also a touch of pink eyeshadow discovered at Marco de Vincenzo, Alberto Zambelli, Sophia Webster, and quite a few more. There is certainly something extremely high fashion about a matte wash of brown or taupe within the lids. Within the spring 2018 makeup trends, brown eyeshadow went to great lengths to define and darken the eye slightly, by means of softer smokey eyes so that as a crease accent.
Pat McGrath, one of the biggest trendsetters in the makeup world, used brown eyeshadow at both …