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Adonna Ebrahimi is stretched out on her yoga mat, struggling to maintain a cobra pose – and her composure – as a couple of baby goats do a balancing act on her back. Welcome to "Goat Yoga," the latest fitness craze sweeping the United States, where young and old are lining up for the popular classes that leave participants not only saying "namaste" but also in stitches.Some 20 people and 15 goats – 11 kids and four moms – took part in the class that was organized outdoors in a pen covered with straw.Danette McReynolds, whose family owns the goats, said she decided to host the classes to raise money for her 16-year-old daughter and a friend who are planning to showcase the animals at a farm show in Wisconsin this summer.
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