Lainey Morse’s office has no desk. Her colleagues stand on hooves. They have coarse fur. And they love to eat — everything from shirtsleeves to maple leaves.
Morse started Original Goat Yoga more than three years ago. The animals nuzzle participants and occasionally cuddle with them as they stretch.
In the last two years, Morse’s creation has gone from one location in Benton County to 12 across the country. Corporate brands such as Nike and Google have even hired Morse for private events, and some of the locations make as much as $140,000 a year in sales, she said.
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