Forget yoga air. Forget Yoga pallet table. Bikram Yoga until you forget! Goat Yoga is the hottest new trend.In the "down dog" in this class. This is the goat pose.
"We bring the community, one goat at a time together," says April Gould, owner of the goats and farm where classes take place.These goats are not shy.
"At first, people would say, 'Really? Guys, goat yoga,'" said Sarah Williams, a friend of Gould's and a yoga instructor.
Classes began in mid-October. Williams first confesses that some people were very skeptical about this."I think first, they think goat poo everywhere, not hippies in the woods, etc., but a perfectly legitimate goat experience are!"
KNXV reported that lessons last about an hour with a lot of breaks, to ensure everyone has a one-on-one experience with a goat.
The thrill of the hunt was enough to beat Jackson Minor and his colleagues.
"At first it was unusual," he explains. "But after they kept us jumping, standing up was a bonding experience between us and the goats.""Goats come to be with people, up and sweets are made, so I think we're happy," says Gould.