GOGA! (Goat Yoga)

Vail Stables

Goat yoga is an amazing experience for those who want to unwind, laugh, and relax while attempting to do the downward dog with a young goat or several winding around and between your limbs.

Experience Goat Yoga with Us at Vail Stables

What seemed like a crazy idea three years ago has since become the most popular activity at our Vail ranch: GOGA! Our first goat yoga classes were packed with people who wanted to pose yoga-style in the midst of small goats that would jump, bump heads, sleep, and play around (and sometimes on) the participants. The laughter from the goat yoga area filled the air and piqued the interest of anyone within earshot. You have to come experience it for yourself!
All goat yoga participants must be 8 years of age and up. Youngsters must stay on their mat during class. Spectators can watch from the saloon area and enjoy a beverage. Men, women, and children alike are sure to find themselves enthralled by the humorous goats. Relaxing comes naturally. Judgment doesn’t exist. All eyes and hearts are on the goats.
  • Bring a water bottle
  • Mats are provided
  • Wear yoga clothing that can withstand a little nibbling.
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  • Ages 5 & Up $35 per Person
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Class Schedule
    9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
  • Availability
    May 22nd - September 26th
GOGA! (Goat Yoga)

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