Pet Yoga is real

Sep 13, 2012

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Just in case the ‘Rooms and I never get our acts together and become full fledged grownups with consistent cash dollar earning employment we don’t tire of after a few months, I’ve started exploring ways to put the animals to work. Who decided they could be kibble eating money pits anyway, free to do whatever they please? Income. Potential. Check it out, we’ve got their yoga teacher headshots all ready.

cat yoga favorite posture happy baby

Sophie’s practice would mostly consist of restoritive poses and judgemental side glances. Think lots of savasana, happy baby, and deep twists.

dog yoga favorite posture sphinx pose

Otto’s practice would center around lots of long necks, straight backs and breaks for gentle caresses. Maybe some short fire-y panting breath work.

the perfect upward facing dog and downward dog

Its clear one of the pets as a leg up on the competition in the dog pose department. Otto’s form is pretty spot on. So you know, if you’re thinking about spicing up your daily practice Otto and Sophie are booking appointments, whether they like it or not. Both have put in well over 200 hrs of pet yoga training at the Steinway School of Stretching and Curling. Obviously.

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Lesley September 15, 2012 at 9:58 pm

Thank you for this. Your fur babies are hilarious!

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Beckie September 15, 2012 at 10:03 pm

They. Bettah. Werq.

Jess @UsedYorkCity September 17, 2012 at 8:06 am

Look at that little yoga master you have…taking his downward dog all kinds of seriously. Love it!

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Beckie September 17, 2012 at 2:04 pm

Stretching is serious business for optimum health.

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