Fraser Valley's Maan Farms goes for Guinness World Record for largest goat-yoga class

The family-run farm is also home to Mama Maan's Kitchen, with a South Asian-influenced menu

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      Maan Farms is going for the Guinness World Record of hosting the world's largest goat yoga event. 

      It’s all going downward dog on Saturday (June 22) at 10 a.m. at the family-run Abbotsford farm (790 McKenzie Road).

      People are asked to bring their own yoga mat and to wear red and white for the event, which is taking place the day after International Yoga Day.

      On June 22, Maan Farms will take a record-breaking attempt for the world's largest goat yoga class.
      Maan Farms.

      Admission is $25 per person, which includes an hour-long class, strawberry picking and a pint-sized basket to take home, and a day pass to the farm’s Barnyard Adventureland.

      At other times of the year, various yoga classes take place at the farm, some at sunset and others with wine and those people-loving goats that like to jump from back to back.  

      A visit to the farm isn’t just for goat-loving yogis, though. It’s also a chance to eat at Mama Maan’s Kitchen.

      Devinder Maan takes pride in her South Asian influenced menu, which has items like handmade samosas, pakoras, and butter chicken bowls. She also makes farm-fresh crepes, fruit pies, jams, pickles, and more.

      Devinder Maan is the chef behind Mama Maan's Kitchen.
      Maan Farms.

      Maan Farms also makes wine using berries and fruit picked from its 80 acres: blueberry, blackberry, raspberry, and strawberry-rhubarb.

      Devinder co-owns the farm with her husband, Kris, and run it with their three children. Kris’s parents, Jawahar and Gurbachan (grandpa and grandma) started it all in 1977, launching their first roadside berry stand five years later.

      More info is at Maan Farms.