Ready for baby goats to climb all over you while you do the downward-facing dog?
Although Victoria Lavender Farm officially closed its doors to the public last summer, the wonderful owners have decided to continue their tradition of hosting Goat Yoga classes over the summer.
- Victoria Lavender Farm is closing its doors for good
- Spring marks baby goat season at Beacon Hill Children’s Farm
These classes have proven to be extremely popular over the past two years, and take place at 10 a.m. every Saturday until Labour Day, September 2nd.
This schedule may be expanded depending on demand.
Each class is an hour long and includes a half hour goat cuddling session after you’re done with your stretches.
For those who prefer to skip the yoga and get right down to the snuggles, you can also sign up for one of the farm’s new ‘Baby Goat Cuddles’ sessions!
They’ve just welcomed a group of new baby goats which makes this the perfect time to sign up for these meet-and-cuddles that take place on Saturdays and Sundays between noon and 4 p.m.
The Lavender Farm’s first Goat Yoga class of the year took place on May 4th and received rave reviews as always.
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Check out some of the photos from the session below: