254-702-LIVE(5483) | 3803 Levy Lane | Killeen, TX 76542


This class is taught by:

Tawni Lay

Tawni is certified in Integral Hatha Yoga, which she started to practice at 16 with her teacher Sevika Linda Ward, at the Killeen Community Center. At age 23, Tawni decided after being on several antidepressants, to practice as much as she could in order to help to give herself a natural depression lift. After a year of dedicated practice, she was able to get off of all medication. She then became certified in Integral Hatha Yoga in order to share the knowledge of this healing practice.
Tawni's work on Fort Hood, with soldiers being treated for PTSD, led her to a more therapeutic approach to Yoga and inspired her to begin Viniyoga teacher training. This training taught Tawni the tools she needed to work with people who have injuries and mental pain, as well as helping her to deepen her own practice. She graduated in April of 2014 with her 500 hour certification in Viniyoga. Tawni's style incorporates postures, pranayama, sound and meditation to help the student achieve the effects they are seeking, whether it is pain or stress relief, building energy or strength, or bringing the body down into calm relaxation. Tawni currently teaches Prenatal Yoga on Thursdays, as well as Toddler Yoga on Saturdays. She also teaches workshops on the weekend, which include teachings on other healing modalities that she herself practices, and Yoga for Healing workshops.

Timbrel Moser

Timbrel found yoga at a time in her life when peace was her main goal. As a young mother of one (at the time), she went to her first class at the young age of 18 in a quiet and musky studio tucked in downtown Austin. This was the beginning of a love affair. Eventually, she pursued yoga training in early 2011 earning a 225 hour certification with Brooke Boon, author of Hatha Yoga Illustrated. Less than a year after receiving her certification, she flew through a windshield in a car accident, breaking her back. The doctor said that had her back not been so supple, flying through the air like a rag doll would have certainly killed her. Yoga, quite simply, saved her life that day. She taught in Hawaii before moving to the heart of Texas where she resumed her teaching career. She has since earned another 200 hour certification from Yoga Yoga. Overall, she has accumulated 425 hours of training. She tends toward gentle yoga flows, as her inclination is to maintain and enjoy the peaceful and quiet aspects yoga has to offer. Whether she is teaching privately or publicly, to adults or to children, her desire is to flourish in this environment while helping those around her to flourish. After all, she is just a flower in the mud.

Restorative yoga is an incredibly healing and relaxing practice that's suitable for folks with injuries, pregnant women, and beginners. It is ideal for relieving high stress, and is therapeutic for minor injuries and illness. With the use of blankets, bolsters and other props you will support and open all areas of your body, allowing for the relief of tension and stress. Everyone will receive adjustments and assistance from the teacher to ensure that you're getting the most benefit from each pose.

* Our restorative yoga instructors incorporate essential oils and guided meditations to enhance this practice (varies by instructor)

Upcoming classes:

  • Sun Jun 25 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Corn Lopez
  • Thu Jun 29 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm with Tawni Lay
  • Sun Jul 02 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Timbrel Moser
  • Thu Jul 06 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm with Tawni Lay
  • Sun Jul 09 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Corn Lopez
  • Thu Jul 13 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm with Tawni Lay
  • Sun Jul 16 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Timbrel Moser
  • Thu Jul 20 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm with Tawni Lay
  • Sun Jul 23 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Corn Lopez
  • Thu Jul 27 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm with Tawni Lay
  • Sun Jul 30 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Timbrel Moser
  • Thu Aug 03 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm with Tawni Lay
  • Sun Aug 06 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Corn Lopez