Adam Avin, who is one of the youngest certified yoga instructors in Florida, created Wuf Shanti, a life-size dog that performs yoga poses and sings along with children in front of the camera.
Adam Avin, who is one of the youngest certified yoga instructors in Florida, created Wuf Shanti, a life-size dog that performs yoga poses and sings along with children in front of the camera. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Adam Avin, who is one of the youngest certified yoga instructors in Florida, created Wuf Shanti, a life-size dog that performs yoga poses and sings along with children in front of the camera. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

A 13-year-old is teaching kids yoga on TV – with the help of a giant dog costume

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