Before you sign up...
We have classes available for the season from Memorial Day weekend through Halloween, Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30am - 10:30am.
Online registration IS REQUIRED as classes tend to sell out.
Children 9 years and older are welcome when accompanied by a registered, paid and participating parent or guardian over the age of 21. The parent or guardian must sign a legal waver on behalf of the child.
Individuals under 18 years of age must also be accompanied by a registered, paid and participating adult (21 years or older), who must sign a legal waver on their behalf.
Non-participating bystanders are discouraged as this is a private class. We respect the privacy of our class participants and want them to feel free and unencumbered. Have other questions? Check out our FAQ page HERE.
What to expect once you’re here...
Expect a fantastic morning! Please arrive just prior to 9:30am. Participants will be asked to sign a waiver if they haven’t signed one online. Once at class, find yourself a comfortable place in the yoga field for your beach towel or yoga mat, but leave your personal belongings on the picnic tables outside the fenced in area (goats love to munch on anything they can get their mouths on!).
The sun is bright here on Old Cape Cod so bringing sunblock is highly recommended, as is a bottle of water to keep yourself hydrated.
We begin classes with some general standing yoga flow movements and deep breathing exercises. Once we take things down to the towel (or mat) we let the goats out to welcome you, frolic and hop around. Mindful Goat Yoga is a relaxed, non-judgmental atmosphere which encourages becoming one with nature. Self-conscious participants need not worry, everyone around you will be looking at the goats, and not you! We have a “goat with the flow” mentality here. When a goat wanders up to you to mingle, feel free to take a moment, release your pose and show them a little love if you like. Our certified instructors have no egos when it comes to participants doing their own thing! Enjoy your goat time and jump back into the poses when you’re ready. In other words, whatever floats your goat!