There are many unusual ways to work up a sweat in New York City, but all of them pale in comparison to ‘doga’—yoga with the participation of adorably overzealous dogs.
On the invite list were a motley crew of pups and their healthy-minded humans.
The group took a class taught by teachers from Y7—a yoga studio that specializes in smart sequences with a hip hop soundtrack.
The doga class was held at North Brooklyn Farms—a farm and events space in the shadow of Williamsburg Bridge.
As the sun set behind Manhattan’s skyscrapers, the pups enjoyed post-yoga snacks courtesy of Ollie—a pet food company with a menu of human-grade meaty meals for dogs.
Devastatingly, doga was a special event, not a regular class. But the good news is that Meow Parlor—a cat cafe on the Lower East Side—now offers cat yoga on Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Plus plenty of time for kitty cuddles.