East Bound and Down Icehouse hosted the first goat yoga class at Eastbound and Down Icehouse in Dallas on June 16, 2017. 

East Bound and Down Icehouse hosted the first goat yoga class at Eastbound and Down Icehouse in Dallas on June 16, 2017. 

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There's no debating that goat yoga is the cutest fad sweeping the nation. Classes here in Dallas-Fort Worth, however, sell out so quickly that it can be a tough to seize an opportunity to flow next to these fur babies.

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Goat yoga is more like an adult petting zoo with optional yoga than a serious class, but it's been making students of the practice smile from coast to coast. The good news: Demand for goat yoga has inspired the City of Grapevine to add more classes through July.

Nash Farm in Grapevine will host two goat yoga classes per morning on July 15, 22, and 29. Classes run 7-7:45 a.m. and 8-8:45 a.m., and costs $20 per person. Tickets are available at playgrapevine.com, but can be a little difficult to find.

Here's how to register:

  • Go to playgrapevine.com.
  • Scroll to "Find activities for..." and click "adults."
  • Scroll to and click "special interest programs."
  • Scroll down to "goat yoga" and choose the class that best works with your schedule.

Note: You'll have to create an account to sign up for the classes. But it's a small inconvenience to pay for this crazy experience. As of this writing, there are also still spots available for a goat yoga class on Friday, June 30 at 6 p.m. at Texas Ale Project in Dallas. That one costs $36.

So hurry and get your tickets before they're gone, baaaaah-bye.

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