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Public & Private

You are probably familiar with the term Goat Yoga by now. If not, you are in for a treat.


Our Goat Yoga sessions combine the practice of yoga along with the therapeutic and peculiar personalities of Nigerian Dwarf Goats. Taught and run by Tabitha and Nicole, certified yoga instructors, we promise a fun and safe environment for all.  

Level: Beginner

Ages: 13+

Duration: 1 hour

(This includes 45 minutes of yoga and 15 minutes for photos and socializing)

Cost per person: 

Public session - $55

Private session - $68 (minimum 6 participants or pay the minimum fee)


Check out the "Upcoming Events" on our homepage to register. Email us if you would like to set up a private event!

  • What is the cost?
    Private Session (min 6 people people): $68 per person Public Session: $55 per person Yoga mat rentals: $2
  • Are there age restrictions?
    Age restrictions depends on the size of our goats at the time of the session. You will find the age restriction listed on each individual event. We would recommend our feeding & Petting options for younger children. Anyone under the age of 18 must have a parent/guardian sign their waiver!
  • How can I book?
    Please contact for all inquiries and bookings!
  • Can my child, friends or family come watch?"
    No, only those registered and payed for the session are allowed on-site.
  • Do I need experience in yoga to participate?
    No, all levels are welcome to our goat yoga sessions!
  • What do I wear?
    The choice is up to you. Remember that goats are barn animals, and well, they are not toilet trained! Wear clothes that allow you to move freely and stretch.
  • Do I need to use my own mat?
    Goats have accidents. If you are worried about your mat, for $2.00 you can rent one of ours!
  • What should I bring?
    We have yoga mats you can rent for $2.00. Please bring your own water bottle.
  • Can I participate if I am pregnant?
    We do not recommend goat yoga for those who are pregnant.
  • Are your goats trained?
    Our goats true farm animals. They are not potty trained, so expect the goats to pee and poop during the class. Staff will be onsite to clean up any mess on your mat!
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