What is Goat Yoga? It's the breath-taking, smile-inducing fitness trend sweeping the nation since 2016. Do you want to find your physical and mental center, enjoy beautiful views of the Willamette Valley, and reap the psychological benefits of animal-assisted therapy? Or do you just really like the idea of stretching while hanging out with adorable goats? If so, then Goat Yoga is definitely for you.
Goat Yoga offers Yoga Classes with 360-degree views of the Coastal Mountains and the beautiful Willamette Valley - all while adorable, friendly and loving goats wander around and hope to get snuggled by the humans. It's been touted by the media as the greatest Yoga class of all time and necessary for any bucket list!
Ansel is the Mother to Annie and my original goat. She's the herd Queen and doesn't let any of them get away with anything. Her main focus is eating and getting attention from anyone who will offer it.
Adams is the brother to Ansel and my other original goat. He is a ladies goat for sure. He's regal and suave and all the Goat Yogi's fall in love with him rather quickly. He's my introvert that needs a lot of attention but only when he wants it. Be prepared to melt with this guy.
I never wanted a full size goat but Dodger was headed for someone's freezer so now he lives with me. He almost died when he was born and we're not convinced he's all there but he is the sweetest guy. He's ended up being a crowd favorite because of his sweet disposition. He's a huge cat lover and a great big brother to Annie.
These guys are twins and inseparable. They chew their cud in unison, they sleep together, they eat together AND they both are very affectionate. Sometimes TOO affectionate. Preston is the extrovert and Quincy is the introvert and together they will smother you with their love.
This is the only baby goat that was born at my farm. She really is the one that helped me through so many hard times. She is my super star and my logo! Annie seems to be everyone's favorite and no matter how big she grows she still seems like everyone's baby. She is feisty and won't back down from any of her older brothers. She is also a huge diva and requires nightly lap time and snuggling.
These little guys almost didn't make it! They were both very sick when I got them and had to be bottle fed. They are boer rescue goats and both very sweet. They'll be big boys like Dodger someday. Their beautiful pattern is called dappled which makes them look like a work of art. They are going to melt the ladies hearts like no other.
Heather Davis leads a breath-focused, playful class inspired by her love of animals. Her quick smile and genuine presence encourages students to honor themselves exactly as they are. Her friends describe her as grounded, calm, authentic and empowering.
Trained and certified in Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, Heather teaches from the heart. Her classes are intuitively sequenced and designed to be accessible for all.
For Heather, yoga is a way to awaken joy and compassion. She is beyond grateful and abundantly blessed to share yoga with you! Heather is also the one that inspired the idea of Goat Yoga.
When not teaching, you can usually find her at home in the country with her husband, 3 kids,crazy dog, 2 cats and 8 chickens.
Lainey Morse is originally from Michigan but has lived in Oregon for the past 10 years where she has worked in marketing and freelance photography. She now works full time on developing her new found businesses Goat Yoga and Your Daily Goat to make goat dreams come true for everyone.