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Beasts of unburdening


The expansive lawn allows for therapeutic sprawl.
The expansive lawn allows for therapeutic sprawl.
Keeping their focus through food, goats pile on at snack time.
Keeping their focus through food, goats pile on at snack time.
Sporting a stylish bandanna, a guest works the room.
Sporting a stylish bandanna, a guest works the room.
Making the leap ...
Making the leap …
... and sticking the landing!
… and sticking the landing!

Take a form of exercise known for offering relief from stress, add animals who love to interact with humans, and top it all off with the sighs and smiles that flow when tiny hooves maintain their balance through inadvertent massage. Yup, it’s the campus return of Goat Yoga! Participants in Wednesday’s three sessions kept their distance from one another, but still managed some close encounters of the “herd” kind in the Student Engagement-sponsored activity. For the second year, Buttinhead Farms brought its four-legged funfest from Hunlock Creek to the PDC lawn as part of Penn College’s traditional “PC3” start to the semester.
Photos by Juvy A. Orillaza, student photographer

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