Yoga + Goats. Yes, it's a thing. 

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We like to say "when you hold a baby goat to your heart, it melts the broken pieces back together."

Take the widely-known stress-reducing and mind-body-connecting benefits of yoga, and couple that with the joy, silliness, and unpredictability of hanging out with goats and voilà, the bliss train has arrived.  We're so happy to be able to bring this practice to Atlanta!


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What is the class format?

To make this class accessible to as many people as possible, we are offering gentle, all-levels class. We are currently trying out two formats:

  • Family-Friendly: We start with a playful 45 minutes of yoga, followed by a half an hour to meet the goats, ask questions, get snuggles and selfies. Tickets are required for all children older than 2 years old. 
  • Yoga+Goats+Wine: This 21-and-up class offers a luscious, stretchy hour of yoga, meditation and breath work, followed by 30 minutes of relaxing goat selfies, snuggles, and a "wind down" with chocolate and either wine or mimosas. For the weekend warrior looking to hit the reset button on stress and find some bliss!

When and where is Goat Yoga?

We're hoping to make goat yoga a regular offering by Spring 2018; until then we are offering small classes here and there in our Decatur yard as part of our startup fundraiser. You can check out our next available dates for goat yoga and register: 

 

Check out some of the fun we've been having!

 
 
Meet the instructor Co-owner of Red Wagon goats with partner Jason Lewis, Megan Kibby did her yoga teacher certification at Kashi Atlanta in 2014, and now teaches at Metropolitan Studios in EAV. She brings a playful, dance-inspired approach to yoga, with a foundation rooted in body alignment and spiritual lineage. Her mission is to create a body-positive yoga experience for people of all shapes, sizes and ages.  Megan is a freelance graphic and web designer by day and is active Atlanta's burlesque community.

Meet the instructor
Co-owner of Red Wagon goats with partner Jason Lewis, Megan Kibby did her yoga teacher certification at Kashi Atlanta in 2014, and now teaches at Metropolitan Studios in EAV. She brings a playful, dance-inspired approach to yoga, with a foundation rooted in body alignment and spiritual lineage. Her mission is to create a body-positive yoga experience for people of all shapes, sizes and ages. 
Megan is a freelance graphic and web designer by day and is active Atlanta's burlesque community.



Check out more goat yoga classes around the country!

We admittedly did not come up with the goat yoga concept. In fact, the reason we brought it to life was that so many friends were asking us to do it and tagging us in videos from around the country.