Barking Buddha Doga

March 5, 2013 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Alki Community Center
5817 Southwest Stevens Street
Seattle, WA 98116

At the Alki Community Center
Tuesdays March 5th-26th, 6:30-7:30 pm
Fee: $47
Ages 18 and older

Barking Buddha Doga is a “yoga with your dog” class created by teacher and author Brenda Bryan. This class is a fun and healthy way to bond and spend quality time with your dog. Barking Buddha Doga integrates your canine companion into every aspect of the yoga practice. You will learn calming techniques, massage and stretches to do in class and at home. Doga is a unique way to exercise and have fun with your dog.

3 Replies to "Barking Buddha Doga"

  • Renee E. Langdon October 18, 2013 (5:35 am)

    Hi, Brenda. My name is Renee Langdon & the reason for the contact is that I’m very interested in your Doga instruction. Currently I’m enrolled in the Yoga Alliance teacher training program at the 200 hour level. As well, I have two Pet Partners (formerly Delta) that I serve with on a weekly basis. I’m very interested in combining my two passions, dogs & Yoga, and thus I would like to know about your practice in this area. Namaste, Renee

  • Pauline November 28, 2013 (11:05 pm)

    Hi Brenda: I am opening a new fitness studio in Sequim and am very interested in having you do a Doga workshop at my new place some weekend. We have many interested people here though no one here teaches Doga. I open in January.

  • Rose May 21, 2016 (7:18 am)

    This summer, my toy fox terrier , Pretty Boy, and I, will be living a nomadic lifestyle. Partially due to “hard times”, but mostly by choice,  we will be living in my van. Pretty Boy is over 8 years old and I am 31. I rescued him when he was just 6 mo.s  old and we have been quite inseparable ever since. He gets separation anxiety when I leave him in unfamiliar places or with strangers, and in turn, I also experience anxiety.  I am a free spirit. I dream of travel and crave escape. Pretty Boy keeps me grounded. I like to think that he gives me purpose. Otherwise, at times, I feel like he’s holding me back. Since I could never abandon him, I know I must make the most of our time together. Sounds like Doga classes are just the ticket!

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