Doga Workshop at the Museum of London
Mon 26 August 2019 | 11:00 am - 3:30 pm£5
To celebrate National Dog Day, the Museum of London in partnership with Doga Mahny is hosting a Doga Workshop on Monday 26th August 2019 at the Museum of London. Sessions last half hour, start at 11am and can be booked here. Tickets cost £5 per dog and maxiumum 2 tickets can be purchased. Please note that dogs are not allowed in the main museum or exihibition spaces, but only in the space reserved for the workshop; further terms apply.
Bring your best downward facing dog and relax into the bank holiday at this fun, stress-releasing class for all the family. Doga (dog yoga) is a human yoga practice that helps support the natural bond we have with our dog. By releasing any tension, stress or anxiety you automatically help your dog to be more accepting and feel secure to meet other dogs without worrying about you. Join doga teacher Mahny Djahanguiri, as she walks you through a yoga class for you and your dog. Mahny Djahanguiri is the founder & author of Doga and brought “dogyoga” to the UK in 2012 with her yogadog Robbie, who is famous for being on Britain’s Got Talent. Yoga mats will be provided.
Description by the organisers, photo by Doga Mahny
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