Ah yes, we’ve said it before—Goat Yoga is taking over the world. Following the lead of several cities before them, Denver recently launched their own special brand of airport yoga. Since November, passengers are able to pre-book a private room for a virtual mini-session of yoga or meditation before they hit the friendly skies, through a company called Yoga on the Fly.
It looks like they set up a group room, too, optimistically called the Zen Room. And because they have a wild sense of humor (and because they’re Denver!) they somehow managed to truck in some farm animals to add to the experience. Yes, Goat Yoga has made it all the way to Denver International Airport.
Why? Well, we’ll let them answer:
Because we believe there’s so much more to the airport experience than you expect. It should be relaxing, fun and unexpected. That’s the art of airporting.
Eh, hmm…they kind of snuck unexpected in there like it’s a good thing when you’re traveling through an airport. But this is a yoga stunt, so we suspect we’re expected to be OK with things not going as planned. Is that an art?
But, hayyy, who could be mad at surprise GOAT YOGA!
So, flight crew and passengers, you can thank Denver International Airport for making your plane smell like a flying petting zoo!
Really, though, why stop there? We say, we need some motherf*@king GOAT YOGA on the motherf*@king plane! (Samuel L. Jackson voice.)
Side Debbie Downer note: It’s adorable and silly, but we’re not sure how thrilled the goats could have been to be dragged to an airport for human amusement. Besides, we bet we know what yoga trend people really want while traveling: Beer Yoga.
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