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Relax, Connect, and Celebrate Mother's Day

DNA Hemp, Blue Luna Yoga & Wellness, and Honey Down Farm are bringing goat yoga to Southeast Wisconsin this May. The purpose of goat yoga is to provide a fun and lighthearted approach to yoga that promotes relaxation, mindfulness, and connection with nature. Whether you're a seasoned yogi or a beginner, goat yoga can be a great way to try something new and connect with your inner zen. 

The 45-minute sessions combine playful baby goats and relaxing yoga practice on a beautiful country farm. The baby goats are gentle, but very curious. The goats will jump on your back, nibble on your clothing, and cuddle up beside you. It’s a memorable experience that offers numerous benefits for both physical and mental health.

Animals have a calming effect on humans, and studies have shown that spending time with animals can lower blood pressure and reduce stress and anxiety. In goat yoga, the presence of the goats can help practitioners achieve a deeper sense of relaxation and mindfulness. 

Goat yoga also provides a unique opportunity to connect with nature and the environment. By practicing yoga outdoors surrounded by nature and animals, participants can feel more grounded and connected to the world around them. Additionally, the playful and curious nature of the goats can help practitioners let go of their inhibitions and have fun with their yoga practice.

Goat yoga has become a popular trend in the wellness industry, with classes popping up all over the country.

The goat yoga sessions are on Sunday, May 14 and 21. That’s right— you can celebrate Mother’s Day with some bouncy furry kids! This is an opportunity to connect with nature and animals, which can be a great way to bond with each other and with the environment. Overall, goat yoga is a great way to celebrate Mother's Day weekend and create lasting memories with loved ones.

How to Prepare for Goat Yoga

If you're planning to attend a goat yoga class, there are a few things you should keep in mind to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. First, wear comfortable and stretchy clothing that allows for a full range of motion. Avoid wearing loose or baggy clothing that the goats can nibble on.

Second, bring a yoga mat or towel to use during the class. This will provide a barrier between you and the ground, which can be especially important if the ground is damp or dirty. Finally, be prepared to have fun and let go of any expectations or inhibitions. Goat yoga is a lighthearted and playful practice, so embrace the experience and enjoy yourself!


Is goat yoga suitable for beginners?

Yes, goat yoga is suitable for practitioners of all levels, including beginners. The focus of goat yoga is on fun and relaxation, rather than perfecting yoga poses.



Are the goats clean?

Yes, the goats are clean and well-cared for. They are regularly groomed, and their hooves are trimmed to ensure their health and safety.

Are the goats trained to participate in yoga classes?

No, the goats are not trained to participate in yoga classes. They are simply friendly and curious animals that enjoy interacting with humans. They may have an accident, but we have handy poop scoops.

Event Details

Goat Yoga one the Farm

Sunday, May 14, 2023 at 10AM or 1PM
Sunday, May 21, 2023 at 10AM or 1PM

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Admission price: $48

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Kerrieanne Lischka
Farmer, Honey Down Farm | 262.225.71111