Staff at Yorkshire Wildlife Park have become inundated with bookings for their latest unusual animal experience. “Animal Yoga” is the latest craze to hit the UK; fusing the art of Yoga with the prowess and spirit of animals from across the natural world.
“Animal Yoga is the perfect way to connect with ones inner animal” explains Amy Stake, Yorkshire Wildlife Park’s resident Animal Yoga Guru.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park is the first wildlife park in the country to offer guest a unique chance to experience this brand new craze. “We are very excited to bring this fusion of natural relaxation and animal postures to the guests of Yorkshire Wildlife Park” said chief zen master, Anna Mull.
Participants of all ages can experience such iconic poses as ‘The Curious Meerkat’ and ‘The Worshiping Lemur’.
This unique session is one of many amazing animal experiences guests can enjoy at the award winning animal park located just outside of Doncaster, South Yorkshire. Visitors are also able to meet Big Cats, feed Giraffes and get up close with the only Polar Bears in England!
‘Animal Yoga’ has already proven to be a big hit for the family animal attraction, with plans already afoot to offer even more sessions in the near future. “Early guest feedback has been incredibly good and we hope to encourage more visitors to join in as the trend continues to grow in popularity”
“Yorkshire Wildlife Park is the perfect setting to experience these incredible animals for yourself” Anna goes on to explain. YWP offers visitors a mesmerising walk-through experience and the chance to come face-to-face with some of the world’s most beautiful and rare creatures.
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