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

Corn Lopez

Cornelius was born and raised in Central Texas, his’s a 200 hour registered yoga teacher (RYT) and studied at at YogaYoga in Austin, Texas.
His practice began three years ago as a way to deal with anxiety and has continued to grow in his practice. He believes in holding space for students to empower themselves and own there practice. He believes that Yoga is inclusive, and welcomes student from all backgrounds, body type, and skill level.His classes are very energetic and relaxing. He accommodates his classes for every level of practitioner.

Corn Lopez instructs the following:
  • 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)

  • For beginners and seasoned practitioners alike. Ever wonder if you are aligning a certain pose properly? Slow down your practice, ask questions, and breathe deeply. This class will take you through basic flows with plenty of instructions.

  • An energetic, movement based practice that builds strength and flexibility. In Sanskrit, Vinyasa means ‘movement linked by breath.’ This class offers an array of sequences and poses to include inversions, arm balances, standing balance poses, backbends, and stretching. There are modifications and variations for every level of student!

  • Stress Management SERIES
  • Corn will lead this 4-week series as an extension of the Yoga for Anxiety. The classes in this series will include poses, meditations, and pranayama techniques that encourage stress release and relaxation. We explore different tools we can use to deal with stressors in our every day life. Register online or in studio.
    The series will meet
    Mondays, July 10th to 31st
    7pm to 8:15pm  

  • Add some movement to your lunch break with this flow based, all-levels class. It's the perfect way to take a moment away from your daily activities and reconnect your body and mind. This class will incorporate calming breath work and physical movement to give you energy to make it through the rest of the day. 45 minutes.

  • YIN
  • A blend of gentle, flowing opening poses followed by a sequence of passive and cooling Yin poses. Yin yoga  focuses on gaining access to the deep connective tissues (fascia) and joints. It is a quiet, mediative practice that is calming and restorative. This practice is a a great complement to a regular, more active (Yang) practice.

  • An early morning invigorating vinyasa-style yoga. This class is designed to build strength, improve flexibility, and magnify your body's energy to start your day off right!

  • EXPRESS *w/babies*
  • Our same lunchtime EXPRESS class- with babies!
    Babies and toddlers are welcome to join their parents and caretakers for this one-hour, all-levels flow/hatha class. 
    All yogis can come join the FUN!

  • Gentle yoga simply invites you to be well. It targets all levels and beckons you to be good to your mind and your body as we stretch tight muscles and loosen stiff joints while quieting our minds from the noisy world around us. This class is ideal for anyone wanting to work on stress-release, flexibility and balance at a gradual and comfortable pace.

  • LEO Flow Event
  • This Flow & Zen class is designed to invoke change in your life. Out of all the zodiac signs, Leo’s are the ones who get the job done. August 1 is also the first harvest date for corn and wheat. On this day we will back upon the first half of this year, and upon the seeds we planted.
    Ask yourself: Did I plant them with mindful intention, or did I drop them carelessly as I walked?
    Either way you’ve sown something, and now as the first harvest begins, it is time to reap what you’ve sown. But it’s never too late to turn this year into your favor. As the great wheel continues to turn, you still to make a change in your future. This is going to be a donation-based class.
    Donation of $5 of more is appreciated.