Here you will find Frequently Asked Questions about everything Goat Yoga! Whatever your question is, please refer to this FAQ page before contacting.
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Goat Yoga is a very casual fun environment and we recognize that not everyone there is for the yoga. You are welcome to just sit on your mat and cuddle with the goats, but, because of insurance reasons, youmust still sign up for a class. Only about a handful of goat yoga participants do yoga on a regular basis, however you may find that you actually like doing yoga!
For insurance purposes, only those who pay for the class can be within the enclosed area. If you wish to only watch, or take pictures, you can do so from outside the fence… but it is a lot more fun inside! We make sure to have staff available to take pictures.
Occasionally the “tickets email” does not go through with email Servers, and that is OK. We will look you up by your first and last name at check in. If you received a confirmation, or your card was charged, you can be assured your order went through and you are on the list!
We suggest to wear something comfortable that you are able to move around in, preferably something that covers your back and shoulders since you’ll have goats jumping on your back.
The actual class is an hour long, but you are welcome to stay a longer to take pictures and mingle with goats and other animals .
We do offer private classes and events at the farm, as well as offsite events at your location. Information and price menu can be found under our private events page. For smaller groups, we recommend joining a public class and sitting together in your group.
15577 Stone Horse Creek Rd, Glen Allen VA
We are in Rockville, Virginia, 10 minutes from Short Pump.
Yes. We have both regular and wheel chair accessible Porta Johns.