Meet Sequoia, one of the newest members of the Goat Yoga Family @taylorfarm.londerryvt.
Isn’t she just the sweetest little love?
Sequoia’s first yoga asana is Vrkasana, or Tree Pose. 🌳
Vrksasana can bring a wonderful sense of inner peace. It teaches us how to be both strong and supple, to be rooted without being rigid. A tree must be able to sway in the wind-or risk having its branches or trunk snap-so the key is to feel rooted in the feet.
Goats symbolize surefootedness and are able to maneuver precarious paths and ledges that would literally kill other animals. It has been known to make leaps of up to 30 feet or more to small ledges, barely large enough to stand upon. Goat holds the knowledge of how to stretch and reach for new heights and goals. It can teach us how to have trust in our own ability to land on our feet. 🔮
When we practice balancing poses, we learn some practical lessons in how to get grounded, find our center, stay focused, and steady the mind. Plus, the process-falling and trying again-helps develop patience and persistence, humility, and good humor.
What better way to practice balance in Vrkasana than holding a sweet baby goat? Find out for yourself at Goat Yoga at Taylor Farm starting soon in Londonderry, VT. Stay tuned for more details and introductions as we @wildwanderingsoles
welcome these adorable kids into the world. 🌈