If you have any sort of social (media) life, you probably already heard of Dog Yoga. Videos of boutique studios filled with yogis and doggos have been doing the rounds of Instagram since the end of last year - and we're so here for it!
We're so in love with the idea that we went on a mission to find what Dog Yoga, aka Doga, is actually about and where you can practice it in London.
Created in 2012, by yoga teacher Mahny Djahanguiri, Dog Yoga is all about creating a sense of calm for you and your pet: "Doga works on the natural symbiotic relationship that already exists between you and your dog. If there’s stress and tension in YOU, your dog may feel it and absorb your tension," says Mahny.
"Your dog is allowed to 'misbehave' as we trust that Doga will work its magic on you and your dog regardless of whether your dog is involved in the poses or not."
Oof, that's a relief! As an owner you just need to trust the process and the yoga magic will happen.
Doga sessions cost around £20 to £25, you can book them on or on .