Goat Yoga is a must-do experience at Harrison Farm! Yes, you can practice yoga…with goats. Adorable, friendly, mischievous goats + yoga. What’s not to love?!
Harrison Farm also hosts farm stands and other events on select days through the year where you can shop farm goods AND meet some of the goats -no yoga gear required for those visits!
Sundays from 1-4 pm
Visit the farm stand to purchase products raised by the team. Farm fresh chicken & duck eggs, naturally-raised meats, local honey, luxurious alpaca products, seasonal produce, dog treats, ethically-sourced hides & skulls, and other unique products from the farm will be available. They accept cash, check, Venmo, PayPal, and Zelle.
Goat Yoga takes place in a grassy field at Harrison Farm in Groveport, where the friendliest of the goat crew are brought out to bring their unique energy into the yoga class. Classes are taught by Dana Bernstein of Bern Yoga and are beginner-friendly, super casual and lots of fun. Farm tours and goat snuggles are available after yoga. Guests are encouraged to relax after yoga, enjoy the peace of the farm, and take plenty of goat selfies!
Classes are held rain or shine, and will be held in the covered hangar if it’s raining. Tickets are $20. Participants must be age 10 and up and be able to stay on their mat during the yoga class. You can visit with the animals off mat after class. Bring your own mat or blanket to use
Private sessions for groups of ten can also be scheduled.
Don’t forget to take a goat selfie or 20! If you aren’t already following Harrison Farm on Facebook and Instagram, it’s a great way to check out the goat antics and see pics of cute farm animals until you can make it to a yoga class! Follow Bern Yoga on Facebook for more yoga events and inspiration.
Sekoia™ Summer Night Yoga Series
Tune into the rhythm of nature and your inner wisdom with a multi-sensory evening yoga experience at Harrison Farm.
Offered monthly on Friday evenings June through August, the Sekoia™ Summer Night Yoga Series incorporates slow, flowing movement with restorative yoga, meditation, essential oils, and Reiki. Classes will be led by Sekoia™ yoga teacher Elizabeth Wood, RYT 500.
The yoga practice will run approximately 75 minutes. Afterward, you’re welcome to walk the grounds and visit the animals. Harrison Farm is home to goats, chickens, and sheep. All levels of yoga practitioners are welcome. Class size is limited to ensure spacing between participants.
Dates: Fri, June 18, July 23, August 20 from 7 pm – 8:30 pm
Cost: $25 per class, plus you’ll receive a ritual kit that includes a Sekoia™ essential oil sample, a practice card, and an audio meditation
Go “Camping with Unruly Goats” at Harrison Farm!
Is camping more your style? Harrison Farm recently announced they have joined the HipCamp network. That means you can CAMP at Harrison Farm and enjoy the working livestock farm, with goats, sheep, chickens, alpacas, rabbits, ducks, a horse, a donkey, and super friendly barn cats. Find the listing here.
5278 Berger Road
Groveport, Ohio 43125
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Christmas Tree Donations
You can drop off your holiday tree at Harrison Farm in Groveport anytime through the winter. It’s super simple – just place the trees next to the wooden fence that runs by the road in front of the big red barn (you won’t miss it). There will likely be other tree donations laying there over the next couple of weeks.
Note: Goats cannot have trees with paint or glitter. Yew is highly poisonous and is commonly used in evergreen wreaths, so please just leave your tree if you are unsure of what your wreaths or garland is made from. They’ll take as many trees as are donated, and the goats even enjoy them even if they have dried out a little bit. See more details and connect on Facebook.
They’ll take pumpkin donations in the fall too!
Spring Farm Hop with Preston Family Farm and Yellowood Farm
Saturday, April 17, and Sunday, April 18, 2021
All three farms are open from 1 pm – 4 pm. You will be entered in a drawing for a gift basket if you visit all three farms. Harrison Farms has lots of baby goats and baby lambs to meet – it’s kidding season! See details on Facebook event page.
Harrison Farm: 5278 Berger Rd. Groveport
Preston Family Farm: 9025 Waterloo Eastern Rd., Canal Winchester
Yellowood Farm: 10935 Winchester Rd., Canal Winchester