Yoga trend draws flock to New Hampshire farm: Jenness Farm is the latest small US agricultural operation to cash in on the social media-driven trend. Here, yoga enthusiasts practice moves like the cat pose and bridge pose while goats climb around and sometimes on them. Goats walk around students during a yoga class with eight students and five goats at Jenness Farm. Peter Corriveau, who owns the 5-acre farm in nottingham, said he had toyed with the idea.

Eight people dressed in bright-colored athletic tops and soft pants sat on foam mats and stretched until five tiny Nigerian Dwarf goats, the size of small dogs, pranced into the studio and their goat yoga class began. Tucked away in a wooded corner of southern New Hampshire, Jenness Farm is the latest small U.S. agricultural operation to cash in on the social media-driven trend, in which yoga enthusiasts practice moves like the cat pose and bridge pose while goats climb around and sometimes on them. Peter Corriveau, who owns the 5-acre (2 hectare) farm in Nottingham, New Hampshire, about 60 miles (100 km) north of Boston, said he had toyed with the idea for several months before launching his first class in April. “This was really kind of a fluke,” said Corriveau, who said that people who follow the farm on social media had been sending him videos of goat yoga for more than a year. “We did this dry run, posted some pictures and really hadn’t thought that far ahead. And it’s just exploded. The phone is ringing continuously for people wanting to sign up for classes.”

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Eight people dressed in bright-colored athletic tops and soft pants sat on foam mats and stretched until five tiny Nigerian Dwarf goats, the size of small dogs, pranced into the studio and their goat yoga class began. Tucked away in a wooded corner of southern New Hampshire, Jenness Farm is the latest small U.S. agricultural operation to cash in on the social media-driven trend, in which yoga enthusiasts practice moves like the cat pose and bridge pose while goats climb around and sometimes on them. Peter Corriveau, who owns the 5-acre (2 hectare) farm in Nottingham, New Hampshire, about 60 miles (100 km) north of Boston, said he had toyed with the idea for several months before launching his first class in April. “This was really kind of a fluke,” said Corriveau, who said that people who follow the farm on social media had been sending him videos of goat yoga for more than a year. “We did this dry run, posted some pictures and really hadn’t thought that far ahead. And it’s just exploded. The phone is ringing continuously for people wanting to sign up for classes.”
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Yoga trend draws flock to New Hampshire farm