Saturday, September 13, 2008

San Fran Class at The Royce!

Here's a copy of the text from the flyer The Royce Gallery made for the class on Sat. 9/20
Anyone in the area, come on down for some free Doga in a cool space!

Are you tired of the same old walk in the park?
Are you yearning for enlightenment?
A Doga Yoga class in San Francisco may be just what you're looking for.
The Humane Society asked Brenda Bryan to develop the class as a way of enhancing the human-animal bond. Her message to students is to relax and have fun.
"This is really about making a nice connection and deepening that relationship with your dog," she says during a recent session.
Calling All Dogs
Bring along your owner: The teacher won't mind!
Saturday September 20, 2008 11 AM
reservation required to secure space 415.621.8277
2901 Mariposa Street (at Harrison) . San Francisco CA . 415.621.8277
Brenda’s class allows people to return the undivided attention that dogs usually give their owners. Her dog-inclusive poses include lifting a pet's legs to stretch them, and full-body hugs.
Bryan has been at the hub of a media whirlwind since word got out about the class. For now, "I’m trying to relax the world, one dog at a time," she says with a laugh. Her book, Barking Buddha; Simple Soul Stretches for Yogi and Dogi will be out spring 2009.


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