Get Ready to Strike A Pose -
Join us for goat yoga
Goat Yoga started in 2016 by an Oregon farm owner, Lainey Morse. Morse started hosting goat happy hours to counteract a period of depression she experienced after going through a divorce and receiving an autoimmune disease diagnosis.
When we started our farm I had no idea the love I would have for our animals or the joy they would surround us with. It is one of the great gifts they give us. We've tried to share this blessing with our community by hosting a critter cam and sharing photos and videos on social media.
In 2021, we connected with another farm, yoga studio, and our park and rec. The result was our Park and Rec department offering goat yoga featuring our herd.
Since then we've expanded and work with many partners to share our goats with individuals across Southeastern Wisconsin. Last year the goats went to a proposal in Mequon and visited Girl Scouts in Bayview.
Goat Yoga on the Farm
The goats are partnering with DNA Hemp and Blue Luna Yoga & Wellness to offer four joyful baby goat classes this May.
Come to the Farm and Get Your Goat Yoga On!
DNA Hemp, Blue Luna Yoga & Wellness, and Honey Down Farm are bringing this joyful event to Southeast Wisconsin. Our goat yoga classes, 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.
Each session includes 45-minutes of yoga followed by 15-minutes of goat cuddles and photos. The cost is $48 per participant.
Classes are held at the DNA Hemp Farm in Kewaskum. Participants are encouraged to bring a yoga mat or beach towel to practice on. If the weather is severe, classes will be canceled. You’ll be issued a full refund or change of date.
Molly Snyder from OnMilwaukee.com attended our goat yoga event in 2021. Check out her thoughts on why you want to attend goat yoga.
Participants are guaranteed to leave smiling and refreshed.