A Co-op Yoga and Wellness Studio in Elko, Nevada
Vision Board Workshop to envision a fresh start in 2017
April 2016 - Elko Daily Free Press, Nice article and introduction to Wild Iris Yoga & Wellness.
read the article here.
Our yoga teachers on the first night in our new studio. From left Lisa, Janet, Jody, Sailsea, Kim, Elisa, and Cheyanne
Our Grand Opening! May of 2016
Yoga among the Wild Irises at the base of the Ruby Mountains in the beautiful Spring of 2016
This page is a fun place to let you know what the Wild Irises are up to and how we are effecting positive change in our community.
Check back often, there is always something fun and exciting going on around here.
September 2016 - Elko Daily Free Press, Yoga in the Park article and picture here.
Wild Iris is participating in the "Adopt an Alley" program in downtown Elko sponsored by the City of Elko Downtown Redevelopment Agency. We will clean the alley a few times a year and are happy to be part of the solution in our community.
Wild Iris Yoga & Wellness
April 2016 - Elko Daily Free Press, One of Wild Iris's board members, Jamie Metz is going on a spiritual journey, hiking the Camino de Santiago trail in northern Spain. Can't wait to hear about her experience when she gets home.
read about her journey here.
June 2016 - Everything Elko, Read a great article about Wild Iris in monthly Everything Elko publication here.
In September we celebrated National Yoga month with a free Yoga practice on the labyrinth at the Elko Peace Park
BINGO BINGO BINGO! A really fun fundraiser, to help pay for new floors for the studio.
Wellness practitioners Blake & Sarah Sue Myers of Journey Medicine taught a Sprnig Detoxification workshop at the studio. Dandelion Tea was just one of the perks at this workshop.
Wild Iris Studio, a place for "reflection"
More from Clean Up Green Up. Who had the better yoga pose, Cheyanne of Frankie?
Kim is an expert in Ayurveda Wellness, she gave a workshop in July which taught beginning techniques and practices.
City of Elko Clean Up Green Up 2017, feels great to give back to the community