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Yoga is not just a skill but an art. You have to feel it and connect with the power that lies within you. Acroyoga instructors Max and Liz were on a plane headed to Costa Rica when they decided it was time for a stretch. The passengers on this flight didn't know they were in for some serious entertainment.

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