'Goat yoga' is a thing - and hundreds are lining up for it

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  • 'Goat Yoga' takes place on a farm in Oregon
  • It's founder also uses the goats for animal assisted therapy

(CNN)It's actually a little hard to believe we, as both a goat- and yoga-loving society, have slept on this concept for so long. Leave it to Lainey Morse of Albany, Oregon to realize something as glorious as goat yoga.

Her goat yoga classes have become so popular, there's a 1,200-person waiting list that's growing by the day.
    The classes are held at Morse's scenic Oregon farm, where the goats have open access to the guests during their practice. Snuggles are not uncommon, and neither is the occasional upward goat on a downward dog.
      It's a perfect combination, Morse says.
      "Goats are perfect for the yoga practice because it's not only combining nature and animals, it's combining yoga, and they all go together so well."