Alaska Farms sits humbly on a beautiful 9 acre farm. This is a unique place where everyone can be themselves and enjoy some quality time with our mix of mini goats. Here at Alaska Farms our animals remain our priority and we take pride in each and every one of our animals. Whether we are dealing with our pet cows, goats, donkeys, horses, emus, and more! On the magnificent property we also house the Orange County Sheriff Mounted Department, the gorgeous horses stay at our stables. On site Alaska Farms is dedicated for creating memorable experiences for all visitors, through our events such as Goat Yoga and Evening at the Farm.
Welcome to Alaska Farms, we are a family owned and operated local farm here in Central Florida.
We started Alaska Farms as a way to bring together our family and friends, which also includes all of our animals. As a family-owned business, we care for our animals personally to ensure they are not only lovable but kid-friendly as well!
On location, we have two incredible events: Goat yoga and Evening at the Farm, both are immersive experiences to Alaska Farms. Click on logos to discover more.
From beginning my journey as a teacher ready to spread my love and knowledge of yoga. I have been practicing for years becoming physically stronger and growing spiritually and finding who I am through yoga. Yoga has always been so comforting to me, I can be true to myself. I always been an active person so it keeps the jitter bugs at bay for me. The most important aspect to me about yoga is the journey within. I believe all is connected between the mind body and spirit. Yoga has aligned all those things in my life and help me center myself and be a stronger spirit.
I completed my 200 hour YTT and continue working on my 300 hour YTT. I always practice and understand that there is always something to learn. I hope to spread joy through yoga and what better way than with cute little farm animals. Goat yoga is a fun way to engage new students. It’s a good escape from the real world to relax and have fun.
Hi, my name is Kristin Falen and I’ve been practicing yoga for over a decade. I completed my first 200-hour teacher training in 2018 and my 500-hour training in 2020.
My specialty is teaching therapeutic yoga. Our mind and body are connected in so many ways. Yoga is a powerful tool that can help us strengthen and add flexibility to our bodies, but it also helps us to do the same with our minds.
In addition to teaching at Alaska Farms, I also teach yoga for Kula for Karma with adolescent youth in the juvenile justice system.
I love animals and think they can add a fun, unique, and holistic twist to a yoga class. I enjoy teaching all yoga students, but particularly new students looking for an exciting way to introduce themselves to the practice! Come see me every Sunday teaching the 10:00 and 11:15 class. 😊
I discovered the path of yoga when I was 20 years old. Since then have immersed myself into the practice of healing, transforming and evolving to the best being possible. This has opened many doors of self-discovery, the power of connection, creation of community and the direct impact you have in every aspect of life. My goal is to educate, awaken deeper mindfulness of the self and create a fun welcoming atmosphere for each and every single one of you. Diversity is key! It’s all in the possibilities to self-discovery, and it all begins with you!
Come join me at alaska farms Wednesdays @6PM and Saturday 10&11:15am classes with beautiful, loving, cuddle fest dwarf and pigmy goats that are Ready to give you love and gentle back massages!
I also teach @WarriorOneOrlando a Yoga Alliance School where I have graduated with a 500h RYS Certificate(Registered Yoga School) and 299h additional training for a total of 799H Certified! Learning is the path to growth!
Planning my SUP Yoga(Stand Up Paddleboard) certificate next! So stay tuned 🐐