Kate Beckinsale, 49, continues to crush her fitness game with goat yoga – Eat This Not That

Kate Beckinsale looks amazing at 49. One of his secrets? The actress makes it clear stay slim and lead an active lifestyle a priority. And guess what? Beckinsale knows how to have fun doing it. The Serendipity star caught our eye recently as she enjoyed some super cool exercise time with the cutest new furry friends. Kate Beckinsale seems quite in love with therapy goat yoga moves, and you will only have to name it and read to know all about it coaching sesh.

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Kate Beckinsale is no stranger to health benefits of doing yoga and stay in top shape. “I wake up, eat something and go straight to the gym. Then if I’m going to do cardio, I’ll do it later today,” Beckinsale says (via women’s health). When the star isn’t on the go, she hits the gym six days a week to work out.

Earlier this summer, Beckinsale posted photos of herself on Instagram in what appeared to be an online course yoga movements outside with one of her cats, Clive. The star also shared a abs workout video this spring performing crunches hanging from a ladder in the ceiling. Talk about awesome!

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The actress recently posted Instagram photos and videos of herself participating in a goat yoga class, and they’re giving us all the “baamaste” vibes. One is one group photo where a white colored camel and goat show off their fashionable orange collars for the camera. There is also a video of several goats walking through the group of yogis who are holding their reverse warrior pose. Practitioners enter Downward Dog to another video while a goat paces back and forth on their backs. Our favorite music video? One of the goats who is clearly in love with Beckinsale jumps onto his back during a pose for what appears to be an assist.

Beckinsale is clearly in love with all the adorable babies, and so are we. She captioned one of the videos, “Literally perfect day. Get ready for at least six months of @hellocrittercare goat content,” and she’s not alone! The post received over 252,000 likes, and fans are all about the cuteness. It captures the white-colored camel and goat giving Kate a sweet kiss, right on the lips as she holds a treat in her mouth. Comments included, “I love her adorable turquoise hooves” and “I love your love for animals. One day there will be a Beckinsale farm that has every animal possible.” Naomi Watts even commented, “Go for it!! Here for all things goatee.”

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Yoga is a favorite form of fitness that is so beneficial to your overall health. Doing yoga regularly can greatly improve your heart health, strength, flexibility, balance, mood and sleep patterns. It can also soothe lower back pain and arthritis, in addition to helping relieve stress.

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Adding miniature goats to a yoga class? All we can say is that laughter is an excellent form of medicine. So get ready to snuggle, smile, laugh and play with some of the cutest class participants. Goats are silly, funny and love to interact. Let’s be honest: what could be better than watching a baby goat invite itself to join someone in helping them perform the best downward facing dog move ever?

People who suffer from illnesses such as cancer, depression and anxiety seem enjoy this activity. How? The silliness and fun are just contagious, and the jumping goats apparently generate overall positivity in every class.

Goat yoga is certainly nothing new, but it’s definitely an awesome, fun, and healthy trend that’s still going strong. And we are so happy about it!

Alexa Mellardo

Alexa is the associate editor of Eat This, Not That!’s Mind + Body, overseeing the M+B channel and delivering compelling stories about fitness, wellness and self-care to readers. Read more

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