Abraham’s beard with history

It’s pretty clear that individuals people bestow fame on the majority of people for many different reasons. The genuine question at hand is: Do people become known due to their famous beards. It might appear silly. Be that as it may, simply hearing what well-known facial beards more than likely evoked photos of specific individuals in mind. Well, let’s talk about some those who are known due to their beards.


Before we get past an acceptable limit, we have to define such a beard is. This is a number of undesired facial hair located on the chin, cheeks, neck and also the jaw area. No include hair around the upper lip. However, inside a broad sense, facial hair on the upper lip is considered part of a beard or beard style. Only adult males have or need to have beards. Some ladies have been recognized to have excessive facial hair growth, including the bearded lady in the circus.
Abraham Lincoln regularly wore a curtain beard without any mustache. He was one of America’s extraordinary presidents. But could you recognize him without his beard? The statue of Honest Abe on the Lincoln Memorial shows him along with his beard and stovepipe hat. For more grooming adviceĀ read more here.

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julieJulie turned to yoga in 2001 to help aid in recovery from a sport related injury. Discovering first hand the healing qualities (mentally and physically) of yoga she knew she needed to share this experience with others. In 2005 she completed her 200-hour teacher training certification at Yandara Institute, Baja, Mexico and is currently a registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance. In Mexico she studied under Gloria Goldberg, director of the B.K.S. Iyengar Yoga Institute in Los Angeles. Although Julie is not a certified Iyengar teacher she emphasizes the importance of proper alignment combining what she learned with the more personal expression of Vinyasa flow. Julie has been teaching for the last three years and currently resides in Newport, Rhode Island.

Shiva has been practicing and teaching Hatha Vinyasa yoga for over 15 years. She is now pursuing her 500 hour RYT certification. In classes, Shiva guides students into deep alignment of mind, body and spirit. With a gentle focus on the integrity of the breath, she encourages students to infuse each asana with strength and power.