Goat Yoga

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Goat Yoga

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Goat Yoga

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Summary

Most of us live in urban areas with little access to green spaces and animal interactions. We either don’t have the time, budget or energy to look for a nature oasis where we can socialize and learn new things about animals while we relax.

Goat Yoga invites people to take a break from the city life and enjoy a natural, peaceful retreat. Yoga is a thousand years old tool for relaxation, mind and body harmony so there is no question about the benefits that yoga will bring to you. Combine yoga with a group of baby goats and you have a relaxing time in union with nature and a good laugh guaranteed.  So gather up your friends and family, book a Goat Yoga class at Barnyard Buddies and reserve a wonderful time for fun and health!

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Benefits of Yoga

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Goat Yoga Poses

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Summary

Most of us live in urban areas with little access to green spaces and animal interactions. We either don’t have the time, budget or energy to look for a nature oasis where we can socialize and learn new things about animals while we relax.

Goat Yoga invites people to take a break from the city life and enjoy a natural, peaceful retreat. Yoga is a thousand years old tool for relaxation, mind and body harmony so there is no question about the benefits that yoga will bring to you. Combine yoga with a group of baby goats and you have a relaxing time in union with nature and a good laugh guaranteed.  So gather up your friends and family, book a Goat Yoga class at Barnyard Buddies and reserve a wonderful time for fun and health!

Quick Look

FAQ

Benefits of Yoga

Instructor

Goat Yoga Poses

Gallery

Class Schedule

Location

Items for Sale

Summary

Most of us live in urban areas with little access to green spaces and animal interactions. We either don’t have the time, budget or energy to look for a nature oasis where we can socialize and learn new things about animals while we relax.

Goat Yoga invites people to take a break from the city life and enjoy a natural, peaceful retreat. Yoga is a thousand years old tool for relaxation, mind and body harmony so there is no question about the benefits that yoga will bring to you. Combine yoga with a group of baby goats and you have a relaxing time in union with nature and a good laugh guaranteed.  So gather up your friends and family, book a Goat Yoga class at Barnyard Buddies and reserve a wonderful time for fun and health!

Quick Look

FAQ

Benefits of Yoga

Instructor

Goat Yoga Poses

Gallery

Class Schedule

Location

Items for Sale

Class Schedule

Stay tuned for next season’s Goat Yoga Schedule.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Who invented goat yoga?

In 2016, a woman named Lainey Morse startred the Original Goat Yoga.

How much does it cost?

Classes cost $30 per session.

What should I wear?

Be comfortable!  Many wear yoga pants and some wear shorts or sweat pants.

Do they poop on you?

Don’t be surprised if you get some goat poop on you!  It is dry though, so not as bad as a cowpie 🙂

Do I need to bring a mat?

Yes, you need to bring your own mat or purchase a mat for $10 from Colorado Goat Yoga. We are no longer able to provide yoga mats due to COVID-19 restrictions.

What is Goat Yoga good for?

Goat Yoga is a great way to connect with the earth and with animals. Goat Yoga is very grounding, keeps you in the present moment and is full of joy. You won’t be able to stop smiling throughout this class. Goat Yoga is great to help socialize the baby goats as well.

Do the Goats do the Yoga?

Goats roam throughout the barn during class while the teacher guides you through different yoga postures. Don’t be surprised if a goat jumps onto your back during certain postures and feel free to hold the goats throughout the class.

Is there parking available?

We have ample free parking at the Barnyard Buddies Fainting Goat Ranch to accomodate a sold out class.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who invented goat yoga?

In 2016, a woman named Lainey Morse startred the Original Goat Yoga.

How much does it cost?

Classes cost $30 per session.

What should I wear?

Be comfortable!  Many wear yoga pants and some wear shorts or sweat pants.

Do they poop on you?

Don’t be surprised if you get some goat poop on you!  It is dry though, so not as bad as a cowpie 🙂

Do I need to bring a mat?

Yes, you need to bring your own mat or purchase a mat for $10 from Colorado Goat Yoga. We are no longer able to provide yoga mats due to COVID-19 restrictions.

What is Goat Yoga good for?

Goat Yoga is a great way to connect with the earth and with animals. Goat Yoga is very grounding, keeps you in the present moment and is full of joy. You won’t be able to stop smiling throughout this class. Goat Yoga is great to help socialize the baby goats as well.

Do goats do the yoga?

Goats roam throughout the barn during class while the teacher guides you through different yoga postures. Don’t be surprised if a goat jumps onto your back during certain postures and feel free to hold the goats throughout the class.

Is there parking available?

We have ample free parking at the Barnyard Buddies Fainting Goat Ranch to accomodate a sold out class.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who invented goat yoga?

In 2016, a woman named Lainey Morse startred the Original Goat Yoga.

How much does it cost?

Classes cost $30 per session.

What should I wear?

Be comfortable!  Many wear yoga pants and some wear shorts or sweat pants.

Do they poop on you?

Don’t be surprised if you get some goat poop on you!  It is dry though, so not as bad as a cowpie 🙂

Do I need to bring a mat?

Yes, you need to bring your own mat or purchase a mat for $10 from Colorado Goat Yoga. We are no longer able to provide yoga mats due to COVID-19 restrictions.

What is Goat Yoga good for?

Goat Yoga is a great way to connect with the earth and with animals. Goat Yoga is very grounding, keeps you in the present moment and is full of joy. You won’t be able to stop smiling throughout this class. Goat Yoga is great to help socialize the baby goats as well.

Do goats do the yoga?

Goats roam throughout the barn during class while the teacher guides you through different yoga postures. Don’t be surprised if a goat jumps onto your back during certain postures and feel free to hold the goats throughout the class.

Is there parking available?

We have ample free parking at the Barnyard Buddies Fainting Goat Ranch to accomodate a sold out class.

Quick Look

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Lainey Morse - Goat Yoga

Lainey Morse

Lainey is the founder of Goat Yoga and with it’s undeniable social media attention and subsecuent success, the goat yoga industry was born.

Goat Yoga Since 2017

Barnyard Buddies began doing Goat Yoga in 2017.

Classes Since 2017

Lainey Morse - Goat Yoga

Lainey Morse

Lainey is the founder of Goat Yoga and with it’s undeniable social media attention and subsecuent success, the goat yoga industry was born.

Goat Yoga Since 2017

Barnyard Buddies began doing Goat Yoga in 2018.

Classes Since 2017

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word ‘yuj’ which means to join or to unite.

Originating in India circa 3000 B.C; Yoga was used to help reach enlightenment by creating harmony between the heart and soul.  It is a great tool to help relax your mind and turn inward. Yoga is used to help people calm down from the stress of the world and have more peace in their life.  There are many physical and mental benefits of Yoga, some of which are the following:

Flexibility Improvement

Increase in Muscle Strength

Increase in Respiration

Balanced Metabolism

Reduction in Weight

Cardio Health

Athletic Performance

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word ‘yuj’ which means to join or to unite.

Originating in India circa 3000 B.C; Yoga was used to help reach enlightenment by creating harmony between the heart and soul.  It is a great tool to help relax your mind and turn inward. Yoga is used to help people calm down from the stress of the world and have more peace in their life.  There are many physical and mental benefits of Yoga, some of which are the following:

Flexibility Improvement

Increase in Muscle Strength

Increase in Respiration

Balanced Metabolism

Reduction in Weight

Cardio Health

Athletic Performance

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word ‘yuj’ which means to join or to unite.

Originating in India circa 3000 B.C; Yoga was used to help reach enlightenment by creating harmony between the heart and soul.  It is a great tool to help relax your mind and turn inward. Yoga is used to help people calm down from the stress of the world and have more peace in their life.  There are many physical and mental benefits of Yoga, some of which are the following:

Flexibility Improvement

Increase in Muscle Strength

Increase in Respiration

Balanced Metabolism

Reduction in Weight

Cardio Health

Athletic Performance

Instructors

Kaitlin Mueller

Practicing yoga since middle school, Kaitlin was inspired to become an instructor over 7 years ago. She received her 200 hour training from CorePower and also received training for Yoga Sculpt. Kaitlin offers a variety of yoga on any skill level including vinyasa, sculpt, paddle board yoga, and animal yoga. She has partnerships with Bounce Animal Rescue and Barnyard Buddies.

She enjoys being a part of Barnyard Buddies and feels the peace that comes from the beautiful ranch really enables the body and mind to slow down and be present. Not only is she a goat yoga instructor but also yoga with puppies (Puppy Yoga). The animals really create a unique experience and bring much joy to your yoga practice.  

Currently she is the owner of Omkai Yoga and the co-owner of Colorado Goat Yoga.

Please view our schedules and sign up for our next Goat Yoga class.

Instructors

Kaitlin Mueller

Practicing yoga since middle school, Kaitlin was inspired to become an instructor over 7 years ago. She received her 200 hour training from CorePower and also received training for Yoga Sculpt. Kaitlin offers a variety of yoga on any skill level including vinyasa, sculpt, paddle board yoga, and animal yoga. She has partnerships with Bounce Animal Rescue and Barnyard Buddies.

She enjoys being a part of Barnyard Buddies and feels the peace that comes from the beautiful ranch really enables the body and mind to slow down and be present. Not only is she a goat yoga instructor but also yoga with puppies (Puppy Yoga). The animals really create a unique experience and bring much joy to your yoga practice.  

Currently she is the owner of Omkai Yoga and the co-owner of Colorado Goat Yoga.

Please view our schedules and sign up for our next Goat Yoga class

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Instructors

Kaitlin Mueller

Practicing yoga since middle school, Kaitlin was inspired to become an instructor over 7 years ago. She received her 200 hour training from CorePower and also received training for Yoga Sculpt. Kaitlin offers a variety of yoga on any skill level including vinyasa, sculpt, paddle board yoga, and animal yoga. She has partnerships with Bounce Animal Rescue and Barnyard Buddies.

She enjoys being a part of Barnyard Buddies and feels the peace that comes from the beautiful ranch really enables the body and mind to slow down and be present. Not only is she a goat yoga instructor but also yoga with puppies (Puppy Yoga). The animals really create a unique experience and bring much joy to your yoga practice.  

Currently she is the owner of Omkai Yoga and the co-owner of Colorado Goat Yoga.

Please view our schedules and sign up for our next Goat Yoga class

Catherine Burke

After graduating from Colorado State University in 2009 Catherine became truly invested in yoga , cultivating a home practice for many years.  She became certified as an instructor in 2017 after completing her 200 YYT. Catherine is also certified to teach Buti Yoga and prenatal yoga.  

Through her passion for the practice and want to share with others Catherine joined Barnyard Buddies to lead goat yoga classes.  Her goal is to bring laughter and joy to the practice while providing well guided and intentional movements to allow students to both enjoy the goats and get the most out of their time on the mat.

Please view our schedules and sign up for our next Goat Yoga class. 

Goat Yoga Poses

So what will you be doing in the Goat Yoga class?  Take a look at some of the photos of your “Goat Yogis” and the poses.

Tree Pose

Child's Pose

Warrior 3

Reverse Wheel

Figure Four

Tabletop

Updog

Easy Pose

Rev. Warrior 2

St. Side Bend

Goat Yoga Poses

So what will you be doing in the Goat Yoga class?  Take a look at some of the photos of your “Goat Yogis” and the poses.

Tree Pose

Reverse Wheel

Tabletop

Child's Pose

Warrior 3

Figure Four

Easy Pose

Standing Side Bend

Updog

Rev. Warrior 2

Goat Yoga Poses

So what will you be doing in the Goat Yoga class?  Take a look at some of the photos of your “Goat Yogis” and the poses.

Tree Pose

Child Pose

Warrior 3

Reverse Wheel

Figure Four

Tabletop

Updog

Easy Pose

Rev. Warrior 2

Standing Side Bend

Location

Barnyard Buddies Farm updates the Yoga Practice

Among the beautiful and healthy goats of common breeds, we also have the funny and interesting Fainting Goat breed. We give the best care and harmonious nurturing to the Miniature Fainting Goat breed, which is also IFGA certified. This particular breed faints because they have a genetic condition, totally harmless to them, called “myotonia congenital” which causes them to freeze when they are excited or startled. At Barnyard Buddies Farm, you will see them playing and having fun and sometimes…fainting. We are proud of our happy, fun-loving herd!

When you commit to a yoga practice in nature, surrounded by playful fainting goats, you are 100% convinced that you will have a wonderful time. You can join our Fainting Goat Yoga classes anytime!

Why do we support the Goat Yoga movement?

We live in a fast-consuming world. We are hasty in relationships, we hurry to our workplace, we run to eat, and we hurry our children to play and so on. The team at Barnyard Buddies believes that the “Goat Yoga” movement can bring peace and rest to our speed-up lives. During Goat Yoga we take time for ourselves and we also learn to pay attention to important aspects around us: nature, animals, friends and family. Since we spend most of our time in nature, around animals, we are 100% sure of the benefits of the “Goat Yoga” and we can only invite you to give it a try.

So gather up your friends and family, book a Goat Yoga class at Barnyard Buddies and reserve a wonderful time for fun and health!

Our herd is waiting impatiently to meet you!

See you soon!

This class is open to all-levels and the yoga sequence will be a very grounded practice offering more eye-level attention with the goats!

Must be at least 10 years old to attend the yoga class (If under 18, must attend class with an adult). Must purchase a ticket in order to attend the event. Limited tickets available.

This class will be held in a hay barn so please be aware of that if you are allergic to hay. Also, be aware of what you wear to the farm with the hay, dirt, and animals. We will provide a yoga mat just make sure you bring clothes you don’t mind getting a little dirt or mud on.

Location

Barnyard Buddies Farm updates the Yoga Practice

Among the beautiful and healthy goats of common breeds, we also have the funny and interesting Fainting Goat breed. We give the best care and harmonious nurturing to the Miniature Fainting Goat breed, which is also IFGA certified. This particular breed faints because they have a genetic condition, totally harmless to them, called “myotonia congenital” which causes them to freeze when they are excited or startled. At Barnyard Buddies Farm, you will see them playing and having fun and sometimes…fainting. We are proud of our happy, fun-loving herd!

When you commit to a yoga practice in nature, surrounded by playful fainting goats, you are 100% convinced that you will have a wonderful time. You can join our Fainting Goat Yoga classes anytime!

Why do we support the Goat Yoga movement?

We live in a fast-consuming world. We are hasty in relationships, we hurry to our workplace, we run to eat, and we hurry our children to play and so on. The team at Barnyard Buddies believes that the “Goat Yoga” movement can bring peace and rest to our speed-up lives. During Goat Yoga we take time for ourselves and we also learn to pay attention to important aspects around us: nature, animals, friends and family. Since we spend most of our time in nature, around animals, we are 100% sure of the benefits of the “Goat Yoga” and we can only invite you to give it a try.

So gather up your friends and family, book a Goat Yoga class at Barnyard Buddies and reserve a wonderful time for fun and health!

Our herd is waiting impatiently to meet you!

See you soon!

This class is open to all-levels and the yoga sequence will be a very grounded practice offering more eye-level attention with the goats!

Must be at least 14 years old to attend the yoga class. Must purchase a ticket in order to attend the event. Limited tickets available.

This class will be held in a hay barn so please be aware of that if you are allergic to hay. Also, be aware of what you wear to the farm with the hay, dirt, and animals. We will provide a yoga mat and make sure you don’t mind getting a little dirty and wearing clothes that can get a little bit of mud or dirt on them.

Location

Barnyard Buddies Farm updates the Yoga Practice

Among the beautiful and healthy goats of common breeds, we also have the funny and interesting Fainting Goat breed. We give the best care and harmonious nurturing to the Miniature Fainting Goat breed, which is also IFGA certified. This particular breed faints because they have a genetic condition, totally harmless to them, called “myotonia congenital” which causes them to freeze when they are excited or startled. At Barnyard Buddies Farm, you will see them playing and having fun and sometimes…fainting. We are proud of our happy, fun-loving herd!

When you commit to a yoga practice in nature, surrounded by playful fainting goats, you are 100% convinced that you will have a wonderful time. You can join our Fainting Goat Yoga classes anytime!

Why do we support the Goat Yoga movement?

We live in a fast-consuming world. We are hasty in relationships, we hurry to our workplace, we run to eat, and we hurry our children to play and so on. The team at Barnyard Buddies believes that the “Goat Yoga” movement can bring peace and rest to our speed-up lives. During Goat Yoga we take time for ourselves and we also learn to pay attention to important aspects around us: nature, animals, friends and family. Since we spend most of our time in nature, around animals, we are 100% sure of the benefits of the “Goat Yoga” and we can only invite you to give it a try.

So gather up your friends and family, book a Goat Yoga class at Barnyard Buddies and reserve a wonderful time for fun and health!

Our herd is waiting impatiently to meet you!

See you soon!

This class is open to all-levels and the yoga sequence will be a very grounded practice offering more eye-level attention with the goats!

Must be at least 14 years old to attend the yoga class. Must purchase a ticket in order to attend the event. Limited tickets available.

This class will be held in a hay barn so please be aware of that if you are allergic to hay. Also, be aware of what you wear to the farm with the hay, dirt, and animals.  We will provide a yoga mat and make sure you don’t mind getting a little dirty and wearing clothes you can get a little dirt or mud on.

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