This Baby Goat Yogi Is Not Kidding Around

This Baby Goat Yogi Is Not Kidding Around

Even if you’re not a big yoga fan (let’s talk), it’s hard to deny the appeal of an adorable goat yoga partner.

Yoga teacher and author Rachel Brathen posted this sweet video of herself and her pet goat, Penny, on Instagram this week, and we’re already plotting how we can rope our own furry friends into similar stunts.

The two have plenty of practice striking a pose together.

Yoga in the backyard + baby goat = best afternoon ever #yogaeverydamnday

A photo posted by Rachel Brathen (@yoga_girl) on Jan 30, 2016 at 1:24pm PST

So… This is my new family. Really? #baaaa #theyaresoweird #baaa

A photo posted by Penny Lane (@penny_thegoat) on Dec 28, 2015 at 12:40pm PST

Brathen and Penny are part of a a long line of humans and animals to discover the joys of co-species yoga.

There’s dog yoga

Cat yoga

… and horse yoga, which you really should not attempt unless you’re a professional equestrian.

Balance and trust between rider and horse. Would this be considered AcroYoga?? Haha @ascendancecircus

A photo posted by SEΔN РØƵIN ΔRŦISŦ ॐ (@pozinforapicture) on Feb 7, 2016 at 11:41am PST

It turns out there are even other goat yoga practitioners out there.

So really, feel free to incorporate your four-legged friends into your yoga routine, (safely, of course!) or just practice yoga while they’re around. Just keep in mind they may not be that impressed.

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