Indoor Goat Yoga at Cliveden

12/30/2018 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Cliveden Carriage House
Phone:215-848-1777
Address: 98 E. Cliveden Street, Philadelphia, PA 19119

End 2018 on the right foot at Goat Yoga!

Philly Goat Project will be back in the Carriage House for another session of indoor goat yoga! 

The yoga class is about 45 minutes long and for practitioners of all ages. After class, stay at Cliveden for a chance to interact with the Nigerian Dwarf goats and a tour of our amazing site. 

Purchase your tickets today to take part in this awesome experience. Namaste! 

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