Move over goat yoga, alpaca yoga, and pooch yoga. Lemur yoga is going to overwhelm the world.
As indicated by The Metro, the Armathwaite Hall Hotel and Spathis link opens in a new tab, close to the Lake District Wildlife Park in Keswick, England, is currently offering “lemoga,” otherwise called doing yoga outdoors with lemurs.
The lemurs officially live in the nearby wildlife park, and they’re obviously very friendly and social, so they’re for all intents and purposes immaculate yoga buddies.
“When you watch lemurs they do some form of the poses naturally — that typical pose warming their bellies in the sunshine,” said Richard Robinson, manager of the Lake District Wildlife Park, to the BBCthis link opens in a new tab. “It seemed to be a really good combination to encourage people to have a go and spend time with a lemur.”
The class is part of Armathwaite Hall’s “meet the wildlife”this link opens in a new tab wellness program, which incorporates walking alpacas around hotels 400-acre grounds, meet-and-welcomes with meerkats, and special sessions with zookeepers.
The hotel says “lemoga” is a decent way for visitors to “feel at one with nature, at the same time joining in with the lemurs’ play time.” They likewise guarantee the class is useful for stress and diminishing blood pressure, particularly when lemurs are included.
Someone challenge anybody not to get diverted by these curious creatures while they’re attempting to consummate their descending dog. In all honesty, these animals are so overwhelmingly charming, Somebody expect there could be more “lemoga” classes somewhere else around the globe in the future.