Baby Goat & Alpaca Yoga
2021 Update: We’re looking forward to hosting baby goat & alpaca yoga this summer!
As we get closer to warmer weather we’ll update this page with dates – of course COVID-19 exceptions may occur.
See link here to purchase tickets for dates: https://aurorafarm.ca/product/goat-yoga-pass/
Tickets are $20 per person. Due to the small class sizes, we won’t be offering reduced prices for groups or children, sorry.
Do you have enough family/friends/acquaintances to fill a Goat Yoga class? We’ve got options for a private class: https://aurorafarm.ca/product/goat-yoga-private-booking/
Classes will be maximum 12 people, and you must BRING YOUR OWN MAT/TOWEL. Yoga will be in our covered sand arena, so aside from a very strong storm it’ll be on rain or shine. Your mat or towel may get dirty – we recommend bringing an older mat or a beach towel.
Our farm store is still closed to the public – so tickets must be purchased in advance. We have an outdoor portable toilet and wash station for guests to use, as well as plenty of sanitizer throughout the farm.
IF YOU ARE SHOWING ANY SYMPTOMS – fever, shortness of breath, or if you’ve travelled recently, please DO NOT attend Yoga.
Ever wanted to experience Yoga with a playful group of goats roaming around, and alpacas looking on curiously?
We’re happy to be offering Goat & Alpaca Yoga in the Summer Months.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Awesome Yoga Instructor Holly Pluchinski leads a Yoga Fusion class that will focus on deep tissue stretching (yin), strengthening (hatha and gentle vinyasa), and also have you at optimal goat petting level. Modifications offered; no yoga experience necessary.
The baby goats like to run, jump and show off their acrobatic skills throughout the class. Occasionally they’ll include you as a prop in their climbing games! The alpacas are less interactive, but very curious and like to observe and investigate the class.
Our Baby Goat Yoga Teacher:
Holly Pluchinski is a 400 hour registered yoga teacher and has been practicing a variety of yoga styles since 2006. She believes that yoga can be both a tool for introspective growth and also fun which is why oftentimes there’s a lot of laughter in her classes. Holly also believes in the therapeutic and emotional value of incorporating animals into yoga practice. Check her out on Facebook or Instagram under Kayfabe Yoga!