Birmingham, get bendy with Goat Yoga BHM

Introducing the Cat/cow + goat pose. (Photo via Goat Yoga Facebook)
Introducing the Cat/cow + goat pose.
Introducing the cat/cow + goat pose. (Photo via Goat Yoga BHM Facebook)

First, we had cat yoga. Then, we had happy hour yoga at local breweries. Now we introduce to you… Goat Yoga BHM, Birmingham’s first ever goat yoga experience! Find out where you can zen out on the farm and practice your poses with the cutest head buttin’ goats around.

Meet the kids.
Meet the kids. That’s farm speak for baby goat. (Photo via Goat Yoga BHM Facebook)

Goat Yoga BHM in Helena

Birmingham’s first ever goat yoga classes are put on by Phillip and Amy Pruett, owners of Four Feathers Farm in Helena. They got into the farm business in 2017 while pursuing their passion of house flipping in the area. The Pruetts decided to plant roots on the farm after picking up an interest in homesteading, and have been taking care of the animals and land ever since.

The Farm in Helena
Goat yoga on the farm in Helena. (Photo via Goat Yoga BHM Facebook)

“The farm awakens our senses. You hear the swooshing of the creek, birds chirping, hens cackling, goats bleating or a train chugging by—you can truly let your senses take over and be present with yourself and nature.” 

Phillip and Amy Pruett, co-owners of Four Feathers Farm in Helena

Goats -N- Flow at Goat Yoga BHM

So, why add goats to the yoga experience? According to the Pruetts, goats are the perfect companion to help you relax on your journey to health and tranquility.


“Goats are very calm animals by nature. They are peaceful, present and gentle with people—especially when people are focused and still. Our goats are curious and friendly because they are around people a lot.  Many love to climb and jump onto raised surfaces and it is not uncommon for one of our ‘kids’ to hop up on a back during our yoga sessions. We also love when they come and curl up next to a mat to take a rest.”

Phillip and Amy Pruett, co-owners of Four Feathers Farm in Helena
Meet the newest kids on the block Oakley and baby Butterscotch. (Photo via Goat Yoga Facebook)
Meet the newest kids on the block Oakley and baby Butterscotch. (Photo via Goat Yoga Facebook)

The next open goat yoga date is Saturday, April 6. To sign up, visit the Goat Yoga Facebook page. (UPDATE: the April 6th class is sold-out. Visit the Goat Yoga BHM Eventbrite page to find the next available class.)

Here are the details:

  • What: Goat Yoga at Four Feathers Farm
  • When: The next class is Saturday, April 6 at 12 PM
  • Where: 1441 County Road 277, Helena, Alabama
  • Cost: $20
  • Sign-up: Visit the April 6th Facebook page event

What to bring:

  • Yoga mat or towel (or rent one for $3 at the farm)
  • Camera or phone for pics
  • Water bottle with a tight lid
  • Bug spray
  • Sunscreen

Goat yoga not your thing? Check out Bham Now’s list of six other Yoga Studios in Birmingham worth a visit.

Do you plan to check out Goat Yoga BHM? Let us know your thoughts on social @bhamnow and be sure to tag us in all your goat yoga pics!