Sit Nama Stay

Sit Stay Squat’s take on Doga – taken outside for the summer!

Classes include a focus on flexibility, core stability and self massage techniques for both human and canine with an emphasis on strengthening the bond between you and your dog.

Why do yoga with your dog?

There are 2 properties a muscle must have to keep the body of a human or dog healthy throughout their lifetime – strength and flexibility. If a muscle contracts during exercise and is not then stretched back to its elongated position it runs the risk of remaining in a shortened position which can cause imbalances within the muscle, and risks injury to the surrounding tendons and joints. Stretching helps to maintain the health and elasticity of muscle fibers while preventing knots and soreness (yes – dogs get sore muscles too!).

Like all Sit Stay Squat classes, there is a focus on core stability exercises for both species due to the tremendous benefits that having a strong core provides for both human and canine, particularly in regards to injury prevention.  Classes also include a bit of canine massage, self myofascial release, and calming techniques to really set the ambiance.

Drop in = $20

Package of 5 = $90

Package of 10 = $160


Packages can be used for any outdoor class including fitness, yoga or fitness walking.

Classes must be booked with minimum 12 hours notice to guarantee a spot.

Outdoor classes take place in the months of June, July, August & September (weather permitting).  Class Passes expire at the end of the season.


12:00 – 1:00 PM

Millcreek Ravine South

Approximate address:

39b Avenue & 49 Street NW

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Meet at the “Parks for Paws” sign at river valley entrance


6:30 – 7:30 PM

Wellington Park

Approximate address:

132 Avenue & Dunvegan Road (~139 Street) NW Edmonton

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Meet at the “Park for Paws” sign at park entrance