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US gyms offer yoga for dogs

Meenakshi Ganjoo


                  Silicon Valley, June 18: What is good for the master must also be good for the pooch. Bizarre as it may sound, but a US chain of gyms is now offering yoga classes for dogs. Crunch, which has gyms in several cities, is currently offering master-and-pooch ‘‘ruff yoga’’ at its branch in New York and is considering offering the class in its other locations.

                  ‘‘We do the traditional poses. The dogs just get incorporated,’’ Crunch’s yoga director Suzi Teitelman told Fox News, adding that the whole process was bonding time. ‘‘The opinion of the general public might be that either they’re really weird, really lonely, really ugly or really
decrepit,’’ said Steve Dale, pet writer for USA Weekend and host of Animal Planet Radio.

                  ‘‘It’s probably none of the above. It just means they have a special relationship with their dog.’’

                  Yoga guru Bruce van Horn, who addresses the pup-yoga connection, says the relaxed state people achieve through yoga rubs off on their animals if they’re nearby during the exercises. (PTI)

                  Silicon Valley: What is good for the master must also be good for the pooch. Bizarre as it may sound, but an American chain of gyms is now offering yoga classes for dogs. Crunch, which has gyms in several US cities, is currently offering master-and-pooch "Ruff Yoga" at its branch in New York and is considering offering the class in its other locations.

                  "We do the traditional poses. The dogs just get incorporated," Crunch's yoga director Suzi Teitelman told Fox News, adding that the whole process was bonding time.

                  "The opinion of the general public might be that either they're really weird, really lonely, really ugly or really decrepit," said Steve Dale, pet writer for USA Weekend and host of Animal Planet Radio.

                  "It's probably none of the above. It just means they have a special relationship with their dog."

                  Yoga guru and author Bruce Van Horn, who adresses the pup-yoga connection in his book and video `Healthy Living Wellness Program: Daily Yoga Class', says the relaxed state people achieve through yoga rubs off on their animals if they're nearby during the exercises.

                  "It actually reduces the stress levels of animals," Van Horn said. "When people have crazy animals, it's usually because the people themselves are crazy."

                  Van Horn is conducting a study of the physiological effect of yoga on dogs at the Bergen County Animal Rescue Center in New Jersey, in which researchers measure the pulse and heart rates of the animals while their handlers achieve inner calm.

                  But others consider this trendy obsession with dogs and alternative medicine a bit over the top.

                  "It's entering into one of those bizarre, 'Ripley's Believe It or Not'

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