Thursday, 20 August 2009

Yoga instruction


As you know I'm a knowledgeable and helpful kind of a chap. Gail likes to do yoga sometimes, but she doesn't always get the positions quite correct 

Luckily I'm there to check up the arms and legs are in the right place. 

video

P.S. Thanks to Marie-Therese for the photos/videos. She's sharing our home now, so you'll probably be hearing  more about her...

12 comments:

Honey the Great Dane said...

Wow - you've got one bendy human, Hamish!! My human's mouth was open the whole time she was watching - she can barely reach down to touch her toes!!! :-)

Hee! Hee! I actually came over to tell you that I loved your comment on Ludo's blog about the different definitions of "being helpful" according to human or canine...so funny!! :-)

Slobbers,
Honey the Great Dane

Stella said...

Oh, Hamish! You are just the most skilled and helpful canine I know.
I suppose you taught Gail most of those moves too and she certainly does them well!

I am no digger, Hamish, at least not much anyway. No deep holes thats for certain. So I guess I would have to mail you my pin brush, unless, maybe you might come for a visit! What a good idea!

Kisses,
Stella

Mack and Sally Ann said...

Wow Hamish,
You should teach your own doggie yoga class. Your a good yoga tutor.
Sally Ann

Asta said...

Hamish
Wif youw expawt coaching..I'm suwe she'll get it pawfectly cowwect..
Mommi does Yoga intewmittently (vewy intewmittently)
she has gweat intentions, but then sits and dwinks wif fwiends instead LOL
smoochie kisses
ASTA

MAX said...

Hey there my furry friend!
What on earth is Gail up to? First she's growing strange plants and now she's a contortionist! You are obviously playing true detective there...or are you delving into some strange research?
Tell Gail that my Mom is amazed at her flexibility!...Im still trying to pick her jaw up off the floor.
Lots of licks
MAXDOG

Martha Basset said...

Hi Hamish
Good word supervising Gail - it is very important to keep your human bendy!
We were a bit worried in case she got stuck - hope you are trained to call for assistance.
Welcome to your new house guest - we are pleased to know she will be able to assist if perchance Gail inadvertently locks herself into positiion.
Not sure how they will ever get her out of the door right enough!!
Makes you wonder how we dogs do so well without all that stuff!!
love
Martha & Bailey xxx

Molly,Taffy and Monty said...

Gosh Hamish you certainly are a talented Terrier.

Fancy knowing all about yoga! We are so impressed. All we can say is if our hooman did any of those moves she would be stuck like it for life. Not a pretty sight.

Have a grrrrreat weekend Hamish.

Molly, Taffy and MOnty

Rocky Creek Scotties and Java said...

We're sorry we can't watch the video due to our stooopid satellite downlink today. Gail is so fortunate to have a handsome chap like you to help her out in all she does.

XOXO
Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Java

Sam said...

Does he wait until you are "stuck" in an odd pose and then lick your face? Sam would probably do that..


Sam

www.howsamseesit.blogspot.com

Dughallmor Beagles said...

Ha......well, Gail is braver than our Mum....she won't even blog her face, nevermind her bum! (Uuuh....not sure the camera has a wide-angle lens anyway Ma....)
Yes, we agree, you are a very helpful chap....not too helpful though we hope....i mean, don't go iving up your comfy spot for the new housemate....not unless there areplenty of treats forthcoming anyway!
See ou againsoon Hamish, have a great weekend :D
Slobbers xx

Dughallmor Beagles said...

hmmmm....apologies for the spelling.....our 'g' sometimes sticks!

ScrapsofMe said...

ughhh....I got a crick in my neck watching that. Why don't you come over here and rub it for me? Maybe it's all that walkin' about that keeps her so bendy. You were great to spot for her, just in case she fell, she'd have a nice soft you to land on.
sniffies all around,
Bonnie