When you arrive at our beautiful urban farm, you will be greeted by a fuzzy spoiled crew of rescued llamas and alpacas. Take a moment to photograph them or take selfies. Walk down through our garden, down a stone lined path and enter the magical world of camelids, bamboo, and listen to the sound of the fountain at the center of the courtyard. To your left, you'll take in the gorgeous barn with 1900s barn doors, enter the beautiful space. The barn is so beautiful and is built from reclaimed barn wood, a pre civil war stained glass windows, old beams, old doors and windows. It is mostly glass so you can see the bamboo forest, the alpacas, the llamas. Just beyond the bamboo is the treehouse. Lanise Shortell will then greet you and ground you. She will take you through the most zen, magical yoga experience. Soak in the magic and mystery of the place as you unwind both your body and soul. Several psychics have said that this is sacred ground. Experience it for yourself.
所有体验达人都必须遵守世界动物保护协会（World Animal Protection）制定的准则
Kara runs the famous Atlanta Alpaca Treehouse in the Bamboo Forest and is the keeper of the rescued animals on site: llamas, alpacas, ducks, bunnies, chickens, dogs and cats. She loves sustainability and was building "green" with reclaimed pallets and architectural antiques before it was cool. The llamas and alpacas on site are deeply loved and spoiled and they've come out of their shells! Lanise is our wonderful talented yoga instructor. She's also a Registered Nurse and an advocated for mind, body, and spiritual health of all. She enjoys the diverse and fun community of Yogis all around Atlanta.
We will provide carrots for you to feed the herd of lovelies so you can get some good photos and selfies.
You will be in the middle of an urban llama and alpaca farm (also chickens, ducks, dogs, bunnies), all rescue animals. You'll also experience the magic and beauty of the bamboo forest. You’ll do yoga in a climate controlled reclaimed barn, built with salvaged architectural antiques. Everything around you, from the animals to the building has been rescued and is beautiful.