Denver International Airport’s Zen Room Offers Yoga With Goats

Denver International Airport’s Zen Room Offers Yoga With Goats

Goat yoga sessions help holiday travelers unwind in Denver

Jiwon Kim
  • 8 february 2018

Holiday seasons are, for the most part, wonderful. However, traveling during the holidays is unquestionably a terrible experience. To alleviate the stresses of traveling, Denver International Airport decided to create a pop-up where travelers could partake in “goat yoga.” The goats were included with yoga sessions designed to help travelers relax. Airport staff went out into the crowds to look for individual travelers and families with lengthy layovers and invited them to this unique experience.

Against the background of a blown-up picture of scenic mountains, the goats were a  playful addition to the calming practice of yoga. Visitors were instructed how to follow certain yoga movements while goats roamed amongst them. This allowed pleasantly surprised travelers to pass the time more enjoyably.

Denver International Airport


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