I wouldn't call this "yoga" but more of "posing" with goats. I was excited for this event, buying tickets for my 6 nieces and nephews varying from ages 7-15 years. In short, we were ALL disappointed. In order for higher ratings and a greater quality of services I recommend the following:
1) Advertised as 1 hour of yoga - it was 30 minutes, at best. I paid $15/person and felt *so* ripped off. The true price, I believe, for the experience should have been $5/person.
2) To the individual in charge of instructing - get a lapel microphone. She was yelling/shrieking the entire time and it was uncomfortable to listen to.
3) Smaller class sizes. There is definite over crowding and it was not managed properly. Quite disappointing. Then you can divide the larger goats from the smaller goats.
4) Advertise for children properly. On the website it stated that this activity is for all ages, but that isn't necessarily true. My younger nieces and nephews (7 years old) weren't given the opportunity with the goats being told they were small and were passed by at least on 3 occasions as workers walked by with goats. I had to locate a worker and had to personally ask her to give my family the experience I paid for.
5) Have a group for adults and a separate group for 12 years and younger. The big activity was having only adults form a line in order for a goat to achieve a record time. This was made into a big deal and seemed so self-serving as it was for their record breaking competition. All the kids were on the outskirts of the circle just watching the adults having fun.
This micro-business is an excellent and marketable service, but the execution is lazy and thoughtless.