VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - If you're trying to become the G.O.A.T. at yoga, you might consider upping the difficulty during your yoga classes and that might include adding goats to the equation.
"When I met him he always came up to me and jumped on my back," The Freedom Farm yoga class attendee Bella said.
"Yoga’s already a little tough, but it brought a lot of joy, it was fun," yogi Jackson Bracknell said.
"It’s definitely a surprise when they jump up but it’s really fun," Quinn Bracknell added.
Funwithgoats.com is hosting goat yoga classes on weekends at various locations while ensuring COVID-19 safety guidelines are being followed.
All mats are at least six feet apart, there's a hand washing station and those working the events wear masks while bringing goats to the yogis.
"Yoga is really good for you, it’s a great stress reliever, it helps you stretch out all your ligament and tendons," yoga instructor Jennifer Barnes said. "Goat yoga, we laugh the entire time and smile, and when you leave you just leave more joyful, pleasant and happy."