This is one fundraising event you don’t want to miss! Join Laurita Winery as they host a Baby Goat Yoga event on Saturday, August 31st, where you’ll be doing yoga with some cute and cuddly baby goats roaming around!
Laurita Winery Hosts Rescued Baby Goat Fundraising Event
Goat Yoga Bahhmaste Class and
Bottle Feeding with Snuggle Time Sessions
This fundraising event benefits rescued baby goats which are up for adoption and includes a choice of activities — Goat Yoga Baaahhh-maste Class, Bottle Feeding & Snuggle Time. All sessions include a complimentary Mimosa or wine tasting!
Enjoy a yoga class surrounded by about a dozen adorable baby goats who will jump and play with you during yoga class. If yoga’s not your thing — no worries! Have fun snuggling, playing and feeding these cuties at our Feeding & Snuggle Time sessions. Enjoy a goat back massage!
These baby goats are rescued and do not have moms, so they really appreciate the love of people! The majority of the proceeds from this event go to these goats to help raise them and preserve their home on open farmland. Thank you in advance for your support!
There are limited tickets available – online registration is required. No Refunds In the event of rain it will be held in the barn.
Sessions are as follows:
10:15 to 11:15 Baby Goat Bahhmaste Yoga with Bottle Feeding and Snuggle Time with Mimosa! $49.00 (Adults only)
11:30 to 12:30 Baby Goat Bahhmaste Yoga with Snuggle Time with Mimosa or Wine Tasting! $39.00
12:45 to 1:45 Baby Goat Bottle Feeding & Snuggle & Time with Wine Tasting! $29
2:00 to 3:00 Baby Goat Bottle Feeding & Snuggle Time with Wine Tasting! $29
(Note: Tickets will be provided for wine tasting day of event (must be 21 or over).
Limited Registration and Pre-registration Required
Please go to Horse and Goat Yoga’s Booking page https://horseandgoatyoga.com/book-now
Tickets are now available for purchase online through the link below, so you’ll want to grab them before they’re sold out. It’ll be held from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM over by Laurita Winery on 85 Archertown Road in New Egypt, NJ.