Important: You Can Take Goat Yoga in Massachusetts

Register while you can still get a spot.

Goat yoga

Goat yoga photo courtesy of Heifer Farm

On Wednesday, we brought you an important dispatch from Nottingham, New Hampshire, where Jenness Farm is making national waves with its goat yoga classes.

As it turns out, the bizarrely trendy class is also available in Massachusetts. And unlike those at Jenness, which had to close its waiting list after insanely high demand, the local sessions still have spots available.

Heifer Farm, in Rutland, is offering all-levels goat yoga classes on April 22, May 13, and June 3. Two baby goats and one adult will survey the scene, offering a very cute distraction as you twist and pose. Don’t be alarmed if you feel hooves adjusting your form instead of hands.

Beyond the Instagram likes you will undoubtedly rack up from the experience, your $20 admission will support the farm’s parent organization, Heifer International, which uses sustainable agriculture to help end poverty worldwide.

Heifer will host more goat yoga classes throughout the summer, each with about 25 spots for goat-obsessed yogis. Keep an eye on the schedule for more details.

Elsewhere in Massachusetts, Easthampton’s Valley Hot Yoga and Sage Meadow Farm are hosting a charity goat yoga event—but, tragically, it’s already sold out.

$20, 4/22, 5/13, and 6/3, 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. Heifer Farm, 216 Wachusett St., Rutland,