GOAT YOGA IS BACK AT TAYLOR FARM!
Come laugh, play, and do yoga on the Farm. Join the cutest baby goats + engage in some mindful breathing and movement that your body, mind, and spirit will be grateful for. Intuitively designed yoga practice for all abilities with no yoga or goat experience necessary.
Join Jennifer Rose Esposito, Dani Granaroli & the goat kids for an unforgettable experience of love, laughter, and the therapeutic health and healing benefits of Yoga+Animals+Nature.
There will be two sessions with three classes in each. The first class is on:
Sunday, June 20, 2021
From 10:00 - 11:00 am
All classes will be held on Sundays from 10:00 - 11:00 am.
825 VT Route 11
Space is limited and fills up fast!
Pre-registration with prepayment is required. Register for a whole session or a single class.
Cost: $25 for Adults & Youth 12+
Class will take place in the pasture or in the hay loft, depending on the weather.
Bring a yoga mat or blanket to practice on.
We will be starting promptly at 10:00 am so please arrive early to set up.
Keep in mind that baby goats are curious and playful; they love to climb so they will at times, hop on your mat and you... that’s the idea.😉
Being tactile creatures similar to puppies, they love to taste everything, including clothes, hair, jewelry etc. so prepare accordingly. Hair ties, bandanas, and/or hats are helpful. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes that you don’t mind getting a little dirty.
A little about Goat Yoga:
Goats lighten up the atmosphere and just like many interactions with animals and nature, it is proven to have positive therapeutic health and healing benefits. Partner that with the stress-reducing/wellness benefits of Yoga and you have a dynamic recipe for multidimensional holistic well-being and bliss!
The most common effect of Goat Yoga is laughter. Laughter is truly one of the best medicines! Face and glute cheeks may be equally sore the next day 😉.
Baby goats' playful social nature helps bring our focus into the present moment and a meditative state.
As with any work with animals and nature, expect the unexpected. This helps us practice the art of surrender and letting go in our lives. What you can expect are adorable and engaging baby goats roaming on and around your yoga mat, goats hopping onto your back (which feels like a delightful massage), petting and cuddling with the goats during and in between asanas, and yes, a little goat pee and poop will likely be in the mix, if you’re lucky!😉
Looking forward to connecting with you and the goat babies on the mat at Taylor Farm!