WELCOME TO AUSTIN DOGA
Enjoy 30 minutes of hanging out with your dog in a virtual setting.
Learn gentle yoga poses and bring joy,
contentment, and relaxation to you and your dog.
Doga can regulate your nervous system, help you recover from stress, and increase your sense of emotional, mental, and physical well-being.
All sessions (one-on-one or group) are virtual which we have
discovered enhances the doga practice.
ABOUT AUSTIN DOGA
Nicole Vykoukal is a yoga teacher and psychotherapist captivated by the magic of dogs, the profound connection between you and your dog, and the power of yoga in bringing peace and a sense of well-being.
She founded Austin Doga in 2011 to bring these elements together and has helped 100's clients incorporate their companion animals and yoga tools into their wellness routines.
You'll end class feeling refreshed, focused, and with a smile on your face!
WHAT TO EXPECT: ONLINE DOGA CLASSES
30 mins of hanging out with your dog while you learn gentle yoga poses and techniques that bring more joy, contentment, and relaxation to you and your dog. Together we harness those feel-good dog vibes and turn them into an energetic massage for your heart and soul.
30 MIN LIVESTREAM INDIVIDUAL DOGA CLASS, $85
Wellness and Self-Care
Dog Birthday Celebration
Uplifting Your Mood
30 MIN LIVESTREAM
GROUP DOGA CLASS, $125
Virtual Happy Hours
Small Business Remote Wellness
"Jillie and I had a super sweet private session with Nicole from Austin Doga, LLC. I learned how to massage, yoga, and meditate with my senior pup. It was a beautiful shared experience that I will always remember and treasure."
Lynn, Psychologist, yogi & doga student
WHO DOES THE YOGA? ME OR MY DOG?
You do yoga while your dog hangs out, and soaks up the zen and gentle massage.
I'VE NEVER DONE YOGA BEFORE, IS THAT OKAY?
Yes! Austin Doga is beginner friendly.
Please inform Austin Doga, LLC of any injuries or medical conditions you have.
Poses will be modified just for your needs.
WHAT DO I NEED FOR MY DOGA SESSION?
These are helpful to have, but not necessary:
A yoga mat and blanket for yourself
A blanket, bed, or towel for your dog
Comfortable clothes, think elastic waistbands and dog hair, don't care
WILL DOGA HELP MY DOG'S PROBLEM BEHAVIOR, INJURY, OR MEDICAL CONDITION?
Nope. Please consult a professional dog trainer or dog behaviorist for any training or behavior issues.
Make sure your dog is getting his needs met through professional training, food puzzles, and plenty of exercise and mental stimulation (maybe through agility or nose work classes). Please see a veterinarian or canine medical specialist for any injuries and medical conditions. Doga is not a substitute for these services and activities.
WHY DON'T YOU OFFER IN-PERSON PUBLIC GROUP DOGA CLASSES?
Group goat yoga classes are all the rage! So why don't you offer more group doga classes? Practicing yoga with a class full of adult dogs who don't know each other is much trickier compared to yoga with a flock of little goats who belong together. Dogs who don't know each other could be fearful or snarky with each other. Practicing yoga while keeping an eye on your dog's behavior, directs your attention outward versus inward where you can find your zen.
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