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Essential Suffolk, Discover Greater Anglia
Public classes 2019
While yoga is something that can be truly beneficial for both the mind and body, it’s not something everyone can get onboard with. Many find it difficult to switch off and find their zen – their mind wandering, getting distracted by even the smallest of things.
But what if getting distracted was half the fun? That’s right, it’s time to do your downward dog a little differently… with goats. This trend is a little different, but its here to stay!
11am to 12.15pm, £15 per person
June 9th, 23rd*
July 7th, 21st*
August 4th*, 18th*
September 1st*, 15th
* optional extra: 10.30 start with goat petting/milking session before the yoga at 11am
6.30-7.45pm, £15 per person
May 7th, 21st
June 4th, 18th
July 2nd, 16th, 30th
August 13th, 27th
Suitable for everyone from 8-108, no yoga (or goat) experience required.
Mats are provided, don’t forget to bring your camera for some brilliant pictures and be prepared to giggle. Don’t wear your best Yoga outfit as the goats love to nibble!
Please be aware that it is likely that there will be goat bodily functions.
As the classes are outdoors if we have to cancel due to bad weather you will receive a full refund.
Yoga & Milking Experience
Bring the whole family to the farm to experience 1 1/2 hours of pure goaty happiness,
We begin with Emma demonstrating the art of hand milking, which you can have a go at yourselves, followed by a taste the freshest possible goat milk. Then its off to the paddock for 45 minutes of Goat Yoga, followed by selfies, cuddles and photo opportunities to finish your experience. All ages welcome.
Put this on your list of family days out and try something completely different.
We are not normally open to the public, but we can arrange farm visits.
If you’d like a private visit to meet the goats and maybe have a go at milking just send us a message