Wild Iris Yoga & Wellness in Elko

Yearly membership - $500

         Free unlimited yoga classes for one year     

         One free specialty workshop 

         6 free guest passes

         Ownership in community centered growth and wellness!!!

Quarterly membership - $175 (must sign yearly contract)

         Free unlimited yoga classes for one year     
         One free specialty workshop

         6 free guest passes
         Ownership in community centered growth and wellness!!!

Monthly unlimited classes - $75

          Free unlimited yoga classes for one month     

          1 free guest pass
         Ownership in community centered growth and wellness!!!

10 class punch card - $90

          1 free guest pass

Single class - $10 (second class FREE)

Group rates and times available

Wellness Services and Workshop prices vary

        Please call 208-308-7802, email or message us on Facebook for pricing

Meditation Techniques

Yoga Nidra

Partners Practice

Book Club

Acro Yoga

​Mommy & Me

Energy Healing

Group Therapies

Ayurveda

Vision Boarding

Check back for dates and times of these featured workshops, members receive 10% off all workshops

Each class is unique and will vary by teacher, and according to students ability.


Hatha:  Find balance between effort and relaxation in a class that combines the strength of held postures and the serenity of breath directed movement. Fluid movements of sun salutation and other breath directed movements.

Power Vinyasa - A vinyasa flow to build power and strength.  This is a class that includes a continual connection with breath, a combination of stretching, strengthening, inviting exploration within postures and being present within your mind and body. 

Yin Restorative:  A passive yoga practice where postures are held for longer times without any muscular effort, typically using a lot of props to hold poses longer, focusing on the mental strength and growth.

Energize:  Wake up with energizing, easy, morning stretching and sun salutations to get a calm, fresh start to your day. 

Re-energize:  Take a break in the middle of your day, through breath and movement building strength, flexibility and balance. Blend movement and breath for the ultimate mind-body practice. Weather you get sweaty or go mellow.

Warm 26: A specific style of Yoga using 26 asana poses designed to warm and stretch muscles, ligaments and tendons in the order in which they should be stretched. It is done in a warmer studio, approximately 80 degrees. Great for burning calories and releasing toxins. 

Sunrise Flow:  A class that will bring awareness of breath into the alignment of foundational poses. Finding fluidity with graceful sequence, blossoming into the clarity of the moment with deep connection of intention to be present. Finishing with grounding expressions to restore our energy centers.

Beginning Yoga:  If you have been wanting to try yoga but felt unsure, this is your chance to learn in a friendly, safe space! The second Sunday of every month at 1:00, we will be teaching yoga from the very beginning with basic poses, tips and techniques, meditation coaching, terms, studio etiquette and the meaning of it all. FREE to the public every month. Everyone is welcome! 

Kids Yoga:  A creative and fun way for your child to learn to move their bodies, focus, and calm their minds as well as create community with others. Kids yoga helps children become aware of their bodies, cope with stress, and build confidence. They will also learn self respect and respect for others with the practice of fun and challenging poses, group poses, lots of yoga games, breathing and basic anatomy. 



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Yoga practice & Studio etiquette

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Weekly Schedule of Yoga Classes - starting June 12, 2017

          Monday

               12noon - Re-energize

          Tuesday 

               6:15pm - Yin Restorative  

          Wednesday

               12noon - Re-energize,  

​               6:15pm - Hatha Flow

          Thursday

               6:15pm - Warm 26 

          Friday

​               12noon -Re-energize

         Saturday

               9am - Sunrise Flow

          4th Sunday of each month 

                 1pm - Wild Iris Book Club  - Taking a break for the summer, WI Book Club will resume in September


​​Special Events 

July Quarterly Workshop - Learn to purify your home with the traditional Native American practice of Smudging,

          July 29, 2017, 10:30a-12noon, cost will be $20 or $15 for Wild Iris members.

September 25, 2017 - Wild Iris Book Club, June's book is Daring Greatly by Brene Brown.

October 22, 2017 - Wild Iris Book Club, July's book is Walk Like a Buddha by Lodro Rinzler.

​​​​​Stepping into the studio for the first time can be challenging and intimidating. Understanding basic yoga etiquette will help ease any anxiety you may have. We want you to be as comfortable as possible and feel like you are part of our Co-op and our yogi family. Please read the following tips for studio etiquette and if you still have questions or doubts please call us, we are here to help and support you.

What do I need to do to practice at Wild Iris?

Before you practice at Wild Iris you will need to sign a liability waiver. You will also need to become a member or purchase a monthly or daily pass. See our cost break down on SERVICES page.

What should I wear?
Just be sure that you’re comfortable. Close-fitting shorts, workout pants, tanks and tees are all fine. You will be going upside down, so you won’t want to wear a shirt that’s too loose or shorts that are too short. Choose appropriately based on how your clothing may respond to things like sweat, twisting, lying down, or bending forward. Guys? Cotton tees are not the best idea because, trust me, you’re going to sweat. Other than that you’ll be barefoot. No fancy yoga clothes required. We don't wear shoes in the studio, please take your shoes off and leave them by the front door.
What do I need to bring?
You’re highly encouraged to have your own yoga mat as we have a limited number of mats available at the studio, and it’s just nice to have one of your own. We keep our mats clean, but remember, other folks have put their feet where your face is going to be. You decide. You’ll also may want to bring a small towel and a water bottle. We are a BYOT (Bring Your Own Towel) studio.
Is there a place to change?
There is a bathroom at the studio.
Is class going to be hard?
Your first few classes may be difficult, and no matter what your experience level you will be taken to your edge. We are all capable of so much more than we think we are. It’s up to you how far you’re willing to go.
What if I’m not as good at yoga as everyone else?
No competition here. We are here to support and strengthen together, never to judge. Strength and flexibility come with time. Wherever you’re at, is exactly where you are supposed to be.

What is expected after a class is over?

After class, please clean your immediate area, if you borrowed a mat from the studio, please wipe it down, roll it up, and place it with the other studio mats. If there is moisture on the floor around your mat, either from your perspiration or your water bottle, please wipe it up with your towel. If you used props, please put them away. Hugs for your teacher and fellow yogis are optional but encouraged.
What else should I know about class?
Silence your phone. If possible, please leave it in your car or at home. We want you completely present in the moment.
Be on time for class. Late arrivals are disruptive for other students.
Keep check on your conversations during class.
Respect those around you.
Inform your instructor about any physical conditions he/she might need to know about.
Focus on how you feel in a pose rather than how you should look in a pose.

Remember... it’s yoga practice not yoga perfect.
Stay for Savasana, it's an important part of your practice.
Lighten up and don’t sweat the small stuff. We love you and we're glad your here.

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A Co-op Yoga and Wellness Studio in Elko, Nevada

Wild Iris Yoga & Wellness