Take the downward dog pose to a whole new level with this upcoming pooch-friendly event at Pomona’s
Hatha, Ashtanga, Vikram, Bikram are all so yesterday – you’re barking up the wrong tree. Tere’s a new style of yoga sweeping the capital – DOGA. Limber up and try yoga with your favourite four-legged companion instead.
On Sunday 22nd July, Pomona’s restaurant in Notting Hill will open its doors to give dog-owners and their canines the chance to take a-paws and relax together during a 90-minute yoga class followed by brunch on the new summer terrace.
Taking place in the tranquillity of the private Gallery Room and curated by professional instructor Manhy Djahanguiri, DOGA is a human yoga practise that helps support and strengthen the natural bond between owner and pet. It is also known to calm dogs and is particularly useful for injured, elderly or obese pooches.
After bonding with your mutt, it’s time for brunch. From virtuous to sinful there’s a fantastic range of dishes from chef Wolfe Conyngham.
Choose from eggy favourites such as smoked salmon and scrambled eggs; sourdough topped with smashed avocado and poached eggs or woof-down sweeter dishes like Scotch pancakes with whipped mascarpone and berries or French toast with maple syrup and crispy bacon.
Enjoy with a healthy Chia Fix smoothie of chia seeds, coconut yoghurt and pineapple to help detox and rejuvenate, or choose to re-tox with a refreshing Summer Spritz of Aperol, prosecco, rose syrup and cucumber.
Make it happen
When: DOGA will take place from 10.30am followed by brunch at 12pm.
Where: 47 Hereford Road, London W2 5AH
Wallet: The £35 tickets cover one person and dog.
Bookings: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to reserve your space