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Burawa Horse Rescue in Queen Creek to host first goat yoga class May 27

The class will take place from 9 to 10:30 a.m. and will be taught by a lead instructor from Soul Sisters Yoga.

Burawa Horse Rescue, a new organization in Queen Creek focused on saving and rehabilitating horses, will host its first goat yoga class later this month.

The class will be taught by Soul Sisters Yoga from 9 to 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 27 at 28524 N. Bryce Trail.

There is a minimum $40 donation to participate and 100% of the donations will benefit the rescue to help with supplies and other services needed for the horses, including hoof care, vaccinations, food and dietary supplements, worming and more. 

Participants can expect the class to last about 90 minutes, with time at the end to meet and interact with the goats known as Joey, Ross and Chandler. 

In addition to providing goat yoga, the rescue is 100% volunteer operated and has plenty of volunteer opportunities for those looking to help. Children, families, teens, school organizations and more are invited to volunteer and will help with daily activities such as grooming, feeding and cleaning stalls, as well as special events and fundraisers. New volunteers will need to attend orientation, which happens monthly, before they can begin.

Learn more about the Burawa Horse Rescue or purchase tickets for the goat yoga class at or visit their Facebook page here.