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year of the dog – not everyone’s a golden retriever

We’re excited to welcome Gahl Sasson back to triyoga in January, where he’ll be discussing the astrology for 2018 – the year of the dog. Ahead of his visit, triyoga’s managing director Jonathan Sattin reflects on what the year of the dog evokes for him and his golden retriever Jay Jay. [pictured Jay Jay and Mollie @dogsoftriyoga]

Anyone who knows me and maybe triyoga (especially Camden and Primrose Hill) knows that every year is the year of the dog. From our opening in 2000 we have had one or more golden retrievers and now a golden doodle hanging around waiting to be hugged or stroked or lying right in reception and generally welcoming people, especially children. It’s a perk and requirement of the job that you like dogs.

One of our yoga teachers very kindly gave me a book for Christmas full of pictures (I think she thinks I struggle if there are too many words) called Really Important Stuff My Dog Has Taught Me. There are also many inspiring quotes that relate to the basic nature of dogs such as this from Eleanor Roosevelt, “approach each new person you meet in a spirit of adventure” which really is something for me or we to do – can you imagine living in a world like that? Or this one from Maya Angelou, “when we give cheerfully and accept gratefully, everyone is blessed.”

With all that in mind, when I saw that 2018 is the Year of the Dog, I was intrigued to read what Gahl Sasson our brilliant visiting astrologer had to say – he starts by describing it as a hyperactive non-docile dog that can’t stay still and needs long walks in the park.

Jay Jay my golden retriever who loves Gahl and long walks anywhere especially on sandy beaches found that a trifle defamatory until I explained it wasn’t about him.

The thing about Gahl is, he gives us perspective so we can at least be prepared so we are able (not always easy) to accept gratefully whatever is in store for us.

So let’s put the lead on and get walking.

Join Gahl Sasson and discover the astrology for 2018, the year of the dog on the 19th and 20th January in Camden. Click here to book now and find out more.

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