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In a world filled with stress and constant hustle, we all crave moments of pure joy and relaxation. And what better way to achieve that than by combining the therapeutic practice of yoga with the infectious happiness of puppies? Welcome to Paws & Poses, the ultimate yoga experience that promises to make your practice ten times better with the presence of adorable furry companions. This blog will take you on a journey through the magical world of Puppy Yoga, revealing the details of this unique and exciting event that is sure to leave you with a big smile on your face.

When and Where: Mark Your Calendars!

The first step to experiencing the joy of Puppy Yoga is knowing when and where it takes place. Paws & Poses will be held on the 3rd and 4th of June at the beautiful Studio Ekko, located in the serene surroundings of Aya Nagar. The studio provides a tranquil and welcoming space, perfect for immersing yourself in the practice of yoga and connecting with your furry friends. So, mark your calendars, gather your yoga gear, and get ready for a memorable yoga session filled with puppy love!

The Instructors: Experts in Yoga and Puppy Love

At Paws & Poses, your yoga practice will be guided by specialized yoga instructors who have expertise not only in yoga but also in creating an environment of harmony between humans and puppies. These instructors understand the therapeutic benefits of interacting with animals and are dedicated to ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone involved. Their expertise and guidance will help you deepen your yoga practice while embracing the joy and love that the puppies bring.

Puppy Power: The Benefits of Puppy Yoga

Yoga itself is known for its numerous physical and mental benefits, but when combined with the presence of puppies, the experience becomes even more remarkable. The puppies in Paws & Poses are health-tested and vaccinated, ensuring a safe and hygienic environment. Studies have shown that interacting with animals can reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and release endorphins. When you combine these benefits with the physical aspects of yoga, you have a recipe for total well-being. Puppy Yoga offers a unique opportunity to destress, exercise, and connect with these adorable creatures, creating a positive impact on both your body and mind.

The Session: Unleashing Happiness on the Mat

Now, let’s dive into the heart of the experience—the Puppy Yoga session itself. As you enter the studio, you’ll feel a sense of anticipation and excitement in the air. The class begins with a gentle warm-up to prepare your body for the yoga practice ahead. As you settle onto your mat, surrounded by like-minded yogis, a wave of calmness washes over you.

Puppy Arrival: An Instant Boost of Joy

And then it happens—the puppies make their grand entrance! These little bundles of joy enter the yoga space, bringing with them an abundance of happiness and playfulness. They scamper around, exploring their new yoga playground, and their curiosity is contagious. The room is filled with laughter and smiles as the puppies interact with each other and with the participants.

Puppies as Cheerleaders: A Unique Yoga Experience

During the yoga practice, the puppies become your cheerleaders, providing encouragement and support. As you move through each pose, the puppies may cuddle up next to you during a forward fold, playfully paw at your feet during a downward dog, or even attempt their own puppy pose. Their presence adds an extra element of fun and spontaneity to the class, reminding you to be present and let go of any worries or stresses.


So, if you’re ready to embark on a journey of self-discovery, relaxation, and laughter, don’t miss out on the upcoming Paws & Poses sessions. Mark your calendars, grab your yoga mat, and get ready to unleash happiness as you embrace the playful spirit of these adorable puppies. Join us at Studio Ekko for an unforgettable experience of Puppy Yoga, where wagging tails and yoga poses merge into a blissful harmony.

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