If you want quality goat time and some exercise but aren't into yoga, I need volunteers to come out and help me trim goat's feet, clean yoga mats, etc. It's pretty easy and the goaties love the attention! Call me at 760-518-1139
Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about the goaties: :)
I first bought 3 goats 10 years ago so that I could have raw goat's milk, have unique pets, and have buddies for my horses and clear brush. The milk is very beneficial for healing for autoimmune diseases in particular! As you can imagine, I soon fell in love with them and had a bunch of goat babies.
Loving them so much, I felt compelled to share these adorable goaties with others since interacting with them was bringing me so much peace and joy. :) In my practice as a healer and life coach I was looking for ways to uplift myself and others by shifting our focus away from the disturbing news of the day and toward nature, animals who balance our energy, meditation and fun.
As hoped for, a solution presented itself...through Facebook! Someone sent me a link of a girl doing yoga with her baby goat suggesting I try some yoga with my goats and I said Okay!!! My goats were already naturally jumping on me so it wasn't a stretch for them! :) The rest as they say is "history".
I am hoping that by providing Blissful Goat Yoga not only can I give people a joyful experience that allows them to connect with nature and these incredible creatures, but I can also encourage more people to think of goats as healing pets. If you would like to have your own cuddly, calm, friendly, emotional support/dairy goats, and have a secure area please contact me at 760-518-1139. For those who live inside city limits, the city of San Diego recently signed an ordinance which allows our smaller goats to be kept within the city but you always have to have two, no more or less, which is good for the goaties because they should always have a buddy. :) We also have amazing livestock guardian dogs available which you will need to keep your goaties safe. If you live outside the city limits in an unincorporated area, you can have more which isn't a bad thing at all. :) We impose strict bio-security practices to protect our healthy herd from contagious diseases. Sorry, but no outside animals are allowed on the property.
The goaties are fed alfalfa hay, orchard hay, bermuda hay, goat vitamins and minerals, and plenty of fresh, clean water and make the best pets ever!!!