What’s better than goat yoga? Baby goat yoga! This lighthearted fun gentle yoga class combines floor movements perfect for beginners and those wanting to focus on snuggling goats.
The owner of the goats will be present to clean up after them throughout the class. They are bottle fed friendly baby goats. We recommend wearing no loose jewelry and leave your designer mat and clothes at home. We are happy to provide a sanitized mat for you to borrow at no extra cost. We can’t wait to share the joy of these sweethearts!
Cost: $30 per person. Children are welcome to attend as long as they are able to stay on their mat the whole time and treat the goats respectfully. If you plan to attend with a loved one or friend, make sure there is space for your entire party before you register as classes fill quickly. If there are more than 2 or 3 people in your group we recommend scheduling a separate private class.
Upcoming Public Classes:
Thursday, 1/27, 6:30pm. FULL
Thursday, 2/3, 6:30pm. Click Here To Register
Sunday, 2/13, 12:00pm. Click Here To Register
Friday, 2/25, 7:00pm. FULL
Private Goat Yoga Classes
Private classes are perfect way to share this joyful experience with your friends and loved ones. Celebrate a birthday, special event or just gather with friends by booking your own private goat yoga class at a convenient time that works for you!
Cost: $250 flat rate for up to 15 students. Call or email us to get your party started!
About Double MG Farm
Double MG Farm is located in Carlisle Pennsylvania right off interstate 81 which is convenient to many surrounding states. They strive for happy, healthy and well socialized goats. They have a variety of Nigerian Dwarf goats in their herd. They consist of goats with correct confirmation and heavy milkers that will do well in the show ring, or simply pets. Double MG Farm is happy to help pair you with a goat(s) that fit your needs. They treat their goats as family and we hope you see that!
Their herd is annually tested for CAE, CL and JOHNES. All goats have tested negative. They maintain a closed herd and any in coming goats are never introduced to the herd until tested.
Their Nigerian Dwarf goats are registered with ADGA, some dual registered with AGS.
Contact Marissa for more information: DoubleMGFarm@yahoo.com