Thank you so much to everyone who attended Goat Yoga classes this summer! Public classes are over for this year, but we are accepting requests for private classes through the end of September. Email me to set up a private class.
Search #goatyogaME on your favorite Social Media site to see tons of great pictures from this years classes!
Interview with audio producer Leila Goldstein
Part yoga, part goat snuggling, all smiles!
Goat yoga classses at Smiling Hill Farm will be led by Ashley Flowers. Mama, baby goats, and yogis will all gather in a large outdoor pen. Yogis will start with 15 minutes of goat meet & great time, followed by an hour of all-levels, beginner friendly yoga, and will finish with 15 minutes of straight snuggling time with the goats. Option to grab some super tasty homemade Smiling Hill Ice Cream after class.
Feel free to bring a mat/towel/blanket or practice on the grass. There are a limited number of mats to borrow.
See more photos on Instagram
Are there minimum age requirements?
Adults and mature teens welcome!
What happens if it rains?
Goat yoga is rain or shine! In the event of rain we will practice under the big wooden pavilion!
More questions answered here:
The Goat Yoga Blog
About Smiling Hill Farm
781 County Road | Westbrook, ME 04092
Smiling Hill Farm is a 500-acre working Dairy farm and an agricultural oasis in Greater Portland. Work on the farm is done in a way that is sensitive to the environment. Milk is bottled in reusable glass bottles, whey is collected from cheese production to feed pigs, no chemical fertilizers are used in the fields, and the farm is actively exploring alternative forms of energy.
When visiting the farm you can enjoy some quality animal time in the barnyard and delicious ice cream and dairy products from our cows. Barnyard is open daily from 10a-5p (there is a fee to visit the animals). Ice cream barn is open daily 10a-8p and the lunch café is open from daily from 11a-3p .
“Each action we take impacts the environment not only for our lifetime, but for the lifetimes of our children and grandchildren. We pride ourselves on the care we take to minimize our impact on the environment and to contribute to its stability and diversity.”