Goat Yoga is Back in Vancouver: 3 Reasons You Need to Try It

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Yep, you read right. Goat yoga. It’s back for it’s third season, and if you haven’t already tried it, what are you waiting for? Get ready to have a unique yoga class where social goats will join you for downward dog… errr goat. Here are three reasons to find your zen in an outdoor setting that will stoke your playful side and leave you feeling refreshed!

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3 Reasons to Try Goat Yoga

1. Feel like an early morning VIP

Like any yoga class, goat yoga will leave you feeling calm and happy. Hosted at beautiful Maplewood Farm in North Vancouver (a short drive or quick trip via Seabus and bus trip from Vancouver), this will be a VIP experience as the sessions are held before the farm opens to the public.

2. Try something new

Tourist or local, it’s always good to try new things wherever you are. Whether you’re looking to meet like-minded yogis or this is your first yoga class, this is a unique experience for all. Have fun and enjoy the positive energy of a social group.

3. Socialize with the goats

We all know that animal snuggles and interaction makes a day better, and the goats are very friendly. Everyone’s goat socializing will be different, and you might be on of the lucky ones who gets a baby goat hoof massage while in cat-cow or child’s pose. This will be an experience you’ll definitely want to Instagram about!

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Goat Yoga Vancouver

When: Every Saturday and Sunday morning (through to October 27th)

Time: 9:00-10:00 am (arrive early for sign-in)

Where: Maplewood Farm – 405 Seymour River Place, North Vancouver (map)

Tickets: $30/person; open only to adults. A portion of the proceeds of each teacher are donated to Maplewood Farm for the use of their space.

Things to know:

  • Dress in comfortable exercise attire and layers – it can be a bit cool in the morning
  • All levels are welcome
  • Bring your own yoga mat
  • Expect to get a bit dirty – class is held outdoors on a grassy paddock
  • No food is permitted, but personal water bottles are okay to bring
  • Be sure to arrive 20-30 minutes before to sign-in and to go over a few tips for goat socializing
  • Ticket price does not include admission to the farm. To visit the farm, you must pay admission through the front gates.

 

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One Response to Goat Yoga is Back in Vancouver: 3 Reasons You Need to Try It

  1. Hey is the farm open to the public now we wanna see some goats!!!