Hi everyone, Yvonne Heath here with Love Your Life to Death.
I am at the Huntsville High school in the cafeteria, sitting with Angee
and as you can see we have several other students and GOATS!
Angee and her team have brought these goats here for Goat Therapy.
The students have just finished their exams and this is a wonderful
stress reliever. Angee is wonderful. She shared a little bit about heart centered breathing, and the fact that she has been down a journey of anxiety and PTSD and how much this has helped. Angee, thank
you so much. Why goat therapy? What is this doing?
What are we doing (besides having fun!)
Fun is a big part of it. Goats are the rock stars of the animal kingdom. Their unique medicine is to tell us that we if do not play every day we
will get old. I think that is why they spark so much joy in people.
(You have to play… You have to play…) Our society says that once you
get to a certain age and you need to stop playing, and the goats say…
Nope you need to play every day!
Goats are incredibly powerful and personable too. This breed
(Nigerian Dwarf Goats) are incredibly affectionate. All of these guys
have been hand raised from the moment of birth. They know no fear,
they have no distrust of humans because I do not allow disrespect.
This allows for an interesting connective experience. This is what connecting with animals is supposed to be like.
We can chat for a long time but I want to share with my friends
where people can connect and learn more from you? My website is www.skyrivermeadows.com and we are on Facebook and Instagram
as well. I think that everybody should snuggle a goat.
This has been amazing! Hug a goat today!
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