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Yoga for Dogs

By Jennifer Brilliant and William
Berloni, with Buster, Bennie, Harlem,
Cricket, Pi, and Kessie
Photographs by David Hughes/Hotfoot Studio

8 1/2 x 8 1/2, 96 pages, 4C, paperback with flaps

Dogs have always been natural yogis. In fact, many of the movements and positions that dogs do can inspire and assist humans in their own yoga practice. Now, six master dogis reveal the secrets of doga. Doga presents the major asanas of the practice, from the relaxing Happy Puppy to the restorative Pup's Pose. Each pose is shown by one of the dogis, with accompanying text that explains how people can adapt these positions to their own practice. Also included are breathing techniques such as the Breath of Fire, or Pant, and tips on practicing with your own dogi.

Jennifer Brilliant teaches yoga at New York City's famed OM Yoga. She regularly studies with dogis to enhance her own practice.

William Berloni is an animal consultant whose canine clients work regularly in Broadway shows.

A hobby lover who has delved into each of these and more, author Tina Barseghian serves up a playful mix of information and resources to help you get your hobby on and experience a whole new world of fun and relaxation.

Tina Barseghian is the Editor-in-Chief of CRAFT magazine. She has written for the San Francisco Chronicle, Design for Living, and Condé Nast Traveler and was a contributing editor at ReadyMade magazine.

Territory: World Rights sold: AU/NZ, FI, FR, GR, JP, NA, UK Published in North America by Chronicle Books