If you're thinking about sampling a yoga class, we may have one to check out.
Homegrown Yoga in Warner Robins is putting a fresh twist on the exercise.
13WMAZ reporter Nicole Butler takes us into the class that's stretching imaginations.
Owner of Homegrown Yoga, Rachel Garrity said they'll be letting goats in on their lessons.
She said don't worry, you aren't the only one thinking that goat and yoga sounds 'udder-ly' ridiculous.
"I was wondering why goats as well before we had our first class, and I think it's because goats are very similar to a lot of other pets we have at our house, so they are cuddly and friendly and want to hang out with you, but they are also novel enough that it's something different. We have found it has brought in people who would've never walked into a yoga studio," Garrity said.
Garrity said by taking this class you may need to stretch your mind and expect the unexpected.
"Well, the first thing everyone asks is do the goats go to the bathroom? And yes, the goats go to the bathroom, so that's always the funniest, the first person that it happens to and we all get a good laugh out of it," Garrity said.
But owner of Jail Creek Farms, Tammy Albert said the goats are actually more therapeutic than just bending over backwards.
"A lot of studies have shown that just by being around the goats, it lowers your blood pressure naturally, helps regulate your heart rate and another neat thing is if you pet them, your brain releases the same chemical as if you were eating a piece of chocolate, which I thought was interesting," Albert said.
So hanging out with these kids isn't such a bad idea. Garrity encourages people to bring their children along as well, for an exercise she is sure you will never forget.
The classes take place every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month at 9 a.m. at Center Park in Centerville.
Click here for a full schedule. Not all classes include the goats.
The class is free, but Homegrown Yoga does accept donations.