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Anna Farkas, New York City yogi, leads doggy yoga

What does doga look like, exactly?

We asked NYC yogi Anna Farkas, who is leading a dog yoga class on March 26 in Bushwick, what you would do with, say, a 7-lb. miniature dachshund.

Much thanks to our models, Anna and Max!

Upward salute (urdhva hastasana)

Who hasn't done this
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Who hasn't done this "Lion King"-channeling move with their pup?

Seated forward bend (paschimottanasana)

Work your hamstrings with this intense stretch. You
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Work your hamstrings with this intense stretch. You may also get close enough to get a few kisses from your dog.

Acroyoga

If your dog obliges, you can try some
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If your dog obliges, you can try some acrobatic partner moves, like putting your dog's hind legs on your feet and their front paws in your hands.

Acroyoga, take two

This move works well with smaller dogs, though
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This move works well with smaller dogs, though you may need to bow out with the bigger guys.

Bonding time

If anything, doga gives your pet some undivided
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If anything, doga gives your pet some undivided attention.

Seated forward bend (again)

This might just be Max's favorite.
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This might just be Max's favorite.

Warrior 3 (virabhadrasana III)

After Warriors I and II, you can really
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After Warriors I and II, you can really put your balance to the test with this split pose.

Deep side lunge (skandasana)

This can be a good time to set
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This can be a good time to set your dog down on the mat, if you need to.

Low lunge with a back bend (anjaneyasana)

Your dog can enjoy the view while you
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Your dog can enjoy the view while you stretch out your back.

Low lunge with a bind

This advanced move is even trickier holding a
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This advanced move is even trickier holding a dog.

Deep side lunge (again)

Doga can be a calming experience for your
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Doga can be a calming experience for your dog.

Squat (malasana)

You can easily cradle your pup - or
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You can easily cradle your pup - or use him as a free weight - in this low squat.

Your dog can do yoga too

Doga classes will be offered in Brooklyn at
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Doga classes will be offered in Brooklyn at Sugarlift (200 Morgan Ave.) with Chase & Papi on Saturday, Mar. 26. Reserve your spot at eventbrite.com.

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