Owner, E-RYT 200, CrossFit L1, Primal Nutrition Coach, ELDOA 1 Trainer
With over 1,200 teaching hours accrued since 2012, Kimberly brings a disciplined, mindful, and peaceful approach to the Yoga mat.
Each movement is scaled to the ability of her students, with graduated intensity for beginners and seasoned practitioners. Kimberly has taught more than 5,000 students in a variety of Traditional Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Power, and Restorative Yoga Classes in both private and group settings. Kimberly is a practiced me
Praised for the soothing timbre of her voice and mindfulness of the breath, Kimberly is HONORED and PRIVILEGED to share in the trans-formative, fun, and unique experience that is Goat Yoga Texas!
Owner, RYT 200
Practicing Yoga for the past seven years, Dave completed his Yoga Teacher Training in 2019.
Inspired by Kimberly's use of Yoga as a rehabilitation practice, Dave took up Yoga as a way to strengthen and care for his lower back. Following many years of competitive Taekwondo, he underwent surgery at 22 to correct damage he had sustained to several vertebrae and discs. 15 years later, he credits Yoga and meditative breath-work for restored physicality and flexibility.
On a mission to encourage others to dive into a world of physical recovery through Yoga, he welcomes all new and seasoned Yogis to come experience the peace, joy, laughter, and good work that Goat Yoga does for the soul!
The Goat Herd
Living an idyllic life of ease on "the ranch" and eagerly looking forward to loading into the trailer for their weekly classes, our miniature Goat Yoga Stars are :
Miss Kitty, Marshal Matt Dillon, Butterbean the Texas Quesn, Willie, Waylon, Wyatt Earp,
Doc Holliday, Lefty, Clyde, Annie Goatley, Calamity Jane, Louretta, Reba, Little Faith, and
our two newest babies Smokey and Bandit!
Carrie Underfoot is temporarily at home resting, but will return to the corral after her knee heals!
All our miniature Nigerian Dwarf goats live with us on our property and receive love, shelter, protection, playtime, medical care, and all the food they could ever want!
Whether it is trimming hooves, acting as a goat midwife, cleaning their shelters, or just hanging out and scratching those hard to reach areas - we pride ourselves in how clean, well cared for, and happy our small, magical herd truly is!