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Gabriel Azoulay shares the giving and receiving benefits of Thai Yoga through a variation of Pavanamuktasana (Wind-Relieving Pose) - a reclined yoga pose that massages the abdominal organs, releasing belly and lower back tension.

Gabriel Azoulay

Gabriel Azoulay began studying yoga from books and videos. From there, he moved on to two years of daily practice with Ashtanga teacher Tim Miller and six months in Mysore, India, where he studied with back bending master Vinay Kumar. He studied Thai Massage in Thailand and India, eventually developing Thai Yoga, a yoga partner practice. In 2007, he opened Rejuvenation Thai Massage and Yoga Center. Azoulay's book, Breath the Yogic Prime, highlights experiences shared by him and his students on and off the mat.

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No Title Review by Stephanie Mendel
This is a brilliant practice and excellent instruction given at different levels from Chrystal. Enjoy! (Posted on 11/27/2010)
Fun and Challenging Review by Laura Kelleher
This class was so much fun!! It was hard, but Chrystal gives great instructions for all levels. This is what made me love yoga, it is playful, but not boring. You hold the poses but are rewarded with inversions and arm balances which are my favorites. I can't do them all the time, but I love to try. Definitely will be doing this class again!! (Posted on 1/30/2010)
No Title Review by ella a
agree with Ricky--kicked my butt. I'm an experienced beginner and there's no way I can do some of those stands, but I can almost do crow now, as this video encourages you to keep trying. only complaint would be that for beginner level, there's not much to do to keep active when the others are doing flying crow and such. overall very good! (Posted on 12/24/2009)
Vinyasa City Review by Tiffany Cantrell
As I chose a yoga class to take this evening, this one stood out to me right away and I ended up coming back to it and deciding to take it.
The class definately built heat through the variety of vinyasas that we were taken through. There were lots of options thrown out for students who weren't ready for handstand floats to the front of the mat and flying crow. All in all a great, challenging, different style class to take and I loved the tie in to Asteya. (Posted on 12/18/2009)
Gaia Flow Class Review by Stacey Betts
This class is really challenging and will build lots of strength--made me heat up and sweat! (Posted on 12/8/2009)
kicked my butt! Review by ricky t
this class kicked my butt.. i had to take lots of breaks.. and i'm a pretty seasoned yogi! thanks chrystal :) (Posted on 10/22/2009)

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