The two month pop-up still has availability for April and May! From Brooklyn Paper:
“Goats are natural climbers, and they’re a lot of fun and very silly,” Boustani said. “When you’re in a lot of the yoga positions — on all fours, or the plank pose, or child’s pose — it’s just a natural activity for the goats to jump or climb on you. But they also love interacting with people and cuddling with people.”
Bendy borough-dwellers need not worry about gruff treatment from the rectangular-eyed animals, who all had their horns removed at birth. The bearded beasts will wear doggie diapers to avoid accidents, and a pack of two-legged “goat handlers” will roam the room to make sure no other accidents occur, said Boustani.
The yoga will consist of beginner’s moves that advanced yogis can modify to suit their exercise needs, but Boustani said the real relaxation comes from the happy atmosphere the adorable ungulates create — along with the post-workout happy hour happening every other Thursday, with drinks made from Red Hook’s Widow Jane whiskey.
“It’s an instant icebreaker, an instant way for people to connect with the animals but also with each other — as soon as the goats come in, it’s instant laughter, smiles, everybody’s just very relaxed,” she said. “The class itself is a nice escape from life for an hour.
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NY Goat Yoga’s Brooklyn Pop-Up Studio
74 Ingraham Street
Brooklyn, NY 11237