You might have heard of scorching yoga. Maybe even of aerial yoga. But what about goat yoga?
On Saturday morning, some WMAZ staff members awakened vibrant eyed and busy tailed to attempt it out.
Karli Barnett, Chelsea Beimfohr, and Wanya Reese attended the occasion at Center Park in Centerville.
“Having the goats with you– it kind of took some of the seriousness out. So you know I felt like everybody’s going to be paying attention to me, but everyone was more so looking at the goats you know,” says Reese.
The trio says it was a tad totally different than common yoga.
“I would say the difference between regular yoga and goat yoga is maybe you’re not quite as relaxed and in the moment as you would be during regular yoga, but I think that it has other benefits in that you’re laughing you’re smiling and you’re having these interactions with these goats,” says Barnett.
“It was so much fun. I felt at one with the earth, I felt at one with the goats, the poop the grass absolutely everything,” says Reese.
“I can really only describe it as a once in a lifetime opportunity, and what better way to experience it than with my co-workers,” says Beimfohr.
The yoga class was placed on by Homegrown Yoga.
Goat yoga occurs each second and fourth weekend of the month out in Center Park in Centerville.
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