Yoga is good. Yoga — or should we say “yogoat” — surrounded by adorable hooved and horned critters is even better. (Note: These always, always, always sell out so just make a mental note of the breweries that are hosting these sessions and check back for future events if tickets are currently sold out.)
If you’ve “goat” time on Sept. 8, head out to Fifty West Production Works for a 45-minute goat yoga session — the first session is at 11 a.m. and the second is at noon. Each session is $25 and includes complimentary beer and water but not yoga mats, so be sure to bring your own.
The goats will be free to roam and interact with attendees, so one just might try to climb up you as you’re standing in mountain pose.
On Sept. 15, 16 Lots will host two goat yoga sessions — one at 10 a.m. and one at 11 a.m. — as part of their second anniversary party weekend. Yoga tickets cost $25 and include your choice of a mimosa or a pint of Lulu Blonde Ale.
Taft’s Brewpourium is getting in on the animal craze with two separate events. There’s goat yoga on Sept. 17. The class is at 6:30 p.m. and costs $18. Bring your own mat and you get $1 off pints of beer after class.
Then on Friday the 13, the Brewpourium partners with the League for Animal Welfare and BodyMind Balance to bring Black Cat Pilates to the taproom aka Pilates with roaming black cats. The class starts at 6:30 p.m., tickets are $18 and attendees receive $1 off pints, plus a percentage of sales goes toward the animal charity.