Want to try something differnt for your bachelorette party, a birthday party or just because? Do you like animals? If so, booking a goat yoga session may be just your thing. Yoga sessions occur outdoors in the grass in tune with nature. Pygmie or dwarf goats who are friendly and curious will welcome you to your session. They may or may not stand on your back, but they will interact with you as you practice your yoga session. This is not recommended for very young children, but school-age children should enjoy it. Several places in Idaho now offer goat yoga sessions spring through fall. So gather your friends and prepare to have some relaxing fun.
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