"I kind of thought it was going to be a fun, trendy, kind of goofy thing, but I didn't expect to have this kind of response," Gould told the Arizona Republic. "I love the people that come. I feel like it's just a big party and everyone leaves so happy."
The goats walk among the students as they practice their yoga poses and occasionally even climb on top of yogis when their torsos are flat.
"Usually people that come don't really know each other. They might come with one or two people they know, but everyone leaves laughing and happy and smiling," Gould said. "I think we're just bringing the community together."
Gould said the hour-long classes cost students $10. Wannabe Goat Yoga practitioners can sign up for the classes at azgoatyoga.com.