Yoga Is All The More Appealing When Baby Goats Are Involved – Design You Trust

Yoga Is All The More Appealing When Baby Goats Are Involved

Move over, hot yoga, there’s a new yoga trend in town: yoga with baby goat. You can’t bleat that! Jenness Farm in New Hampshire held a yoga class attended by baby goats, who naturally think that yoga poses are meant to be climbed on.

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