Yoga is practiced in the company of goats on a picturesque Oregon farm. When those who work on the farm have a break, they relax with asanas and the goats never fail to participate in this unique appointment.
Practicing Yoga immersed in nature is good for the body and mind. In a picturesque Oregon farm Yoga is practiced in the company of goats. When those who work on the farm have a break, they relax with asanas and the goats never fail to participate in this unique appointment.
The idea came from Lainery Morse, a former photographer who for about a year has opened a farm in Willamette Valley with the great desire to approach agriculture. The farm hosts events and children's birthday parties.
At the request of one of the parents, who teach Yoga, the farm has begun to propose meetings to be dedicated to this practice is having a lot of success as many people also come from over 100km away to participate.
The No Regrets Farm offers a beautiful, relaxing and pleasing landscape that certainly invites you to practice Yoga, but the real stars of the lessons are the goats that move among the participants because they want to be stroked.
These are very meek goats, accustomed to the presence of man. Observe the goats while grazing the grass, according to the owner of the farm, it helps to calm the mind and therefore the presence of the goats on the farm is really perfect even when practicing Yoga.
Given the success of the initiative on this Oregon farm, two new Yoga classes are already scheduled, on 10 and 24 September. The farm owner knows this can all sound a little crazy, yet the setting is really relaxing and the attendees really enjoy doing Yoga on the farm among the goats.
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What do you think? In our opinion, the idea of practicing Yoga on the farm and being able to closely observe the animals that are left free to graze is truly original. Those could imitate it farms that would like to relaunch themselves during the year, perhaps when the actual tourist season is about to end.
Photo source: No Regrets Farm