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Iris Haftlang, E-CYT 500

Wife, dog mom, yogini. Dedicated Yoga Teacher, wellness guide & retreat facilitator based in Dallas, TX.

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Step into a sanctuary of self-discovery and holistic wellness with Iris Haftlang. With a profound commitment to fostering growth and transformation, Iris brings her unique teaching style and passion for yoga to the heart of her practice.


Iris's teaching is a fusion of mindfulness, alignment, and deep introspection, guiding students to explore the profound connection between body, breath, and consciousness. Her classes are an invitation to journey inward, cultivating presence and self-awareness on the mat and beyond.


On the road with Iris:

With a keen eye for detail and a nurturing spirit, she creates immersive retreat experiences that offer a perfect blend of relaxation, rejuvenation, and self-exploration. From serene nature escapes to exotic international destinations, Iris curates each retreat with care, ensuring that participants feel supported and inspired every step of the way.


As a retreat facilitator, Iris excels at fostering a sense of community and connection among participants, creating a safe and nurturing space for deep transformation to unfold. Her retreats are not just a getaway but a journey of self-discovery and empowerment, leaving participants feeling refreshed, renewed, and ready to embrace life with renewed vigor.


Join Iris on the path to self-discovery and transformation. Through her nurturing guidance and unwavering commitment to your growth, you'll discover the profound healing and empowerment that yoga and retreat experiences can bring to your life.

How it all began:

Like so many, Iris’ yoga journey began with the desire to lose weight. And it worked, which was great! But more exciting than the physical transformation, was the mental shift that occurred almost immediately.


She didn’t realize how “stuck” she was until she got quiet in yoga. After an hour of flailing around on the mat (yes, that’s how everybody starts) she was finally able to find some freedom. Freedom from judgmental thoughts, berating self talk, bias, the desperate need to fit in and be liked, social anxiety and lack of energy.


“With consistent practice, my body began to open up in ways I never imagined possible. My mind too began to open up to new possibilities. I become a much more aware person. With that awareness came compassion and understanding. Material desires waned and I began to crave true connection with others and with nature.”


She knew after only a handful of practices that she wanted to help other people experience the shift and the joy of yoga. She practiced as much as she could and within a year was entrenched in her very first 200 hour yoga teacher training with Sheri Cherokee of Alpha Omega Yoga. She hit the ground running and has since undergone subsequent trainings with Gaia Flow Yoga and Sadie Nardini, in addition to receiving her 500 hour certification from Michelle Young. She continues her education by attending classes, workshops and retreats offered by inspiring fellow yogis, practicing with her community as often as she can.


“The stillness that yoga brings is a filter for the noise we carry around in our head. That noise is the constant conversation we have with ourselves. The conversation that can harbor fears instead of love if we aren’t vigilant.

There are so many things we can do to foster positive change for ourselves, and yoga is just one tool. None of us are on an identical journey, but our paths are intertwined. Let’s make our next meeting on the mat.“ ~ iris

Iris with her dogs Mazy & Ziba


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