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Care and Commitment



Kristen Molinaro is the owner of Keystone Yoga. Kristen has been a student of the practice of yoga since 2011. In 2015, she completed her 200-hour teacher training at Peace of Mind Yoga Studio, Conyngham PA, under the direction of Lynn Patton and Kristen Yuhas. Her training included nationally renowned yoga teachers Annie Q., Sid McNairy, and Deborah Williamson. In addition to her Vinyasa Yoga training, she completed Yoga for Trauma, Addiction & Recovery along with fulfillment of the Prison Yoga Project training under the direction of James Fox and a course on Chair Yoga for Seniors. In continuation with her studies, Kristen has been a student of Rachel Brathen, aka Yoga Girl, and internationally certified yoga teacher, Pradeep Teotia, for a decade. Kristen has taught over 1,000 hours of yoga classes. She moved to Florida in 2019 and started searching for a place to build a yoga community. Keystone Yoga was opened in June 2021. Throughout her yoga teaching career she has taught at yoga studios, gyms, public parks, Girl Scout groups, high school students, inside prison to correction officers, and led warmups at organized runs.  In her spare time, she enjoys running, going to Disney, and spending time with her boyfriend on his motorcycle. Her goal as a yoga teacher is to safely guide you to your edge and outside of your comfort zone while nurturing your body, mind, and spirit. Kristen is honored and humbled after each yoga class she teaches. 



Megan started her yoga journey when a friend invited her to a yin yoga class in Spring of 2014. She enjoyed the physical benefits yoga had to offer and continued to take classes to add to her fitness routine. It did not take long for her to realize that yoga was going beyond the physical body; it was creating a body, mind, and soul connection. She was excited to share with others and often times invited her friends to take classes with her. She practiced yoga on and off for five years; slowly deepening her practice.  During the months of lockdown in 2020, she challenged herself to practice yoga every single day. The challenge soon became a lifestyle, and made it her goal to become a yoga teacher. She began her Yoga Teacher Training in summer of 2021 at The Lotus Pond. She graduated in December 2021 with 200 hours of YTT specializing in Hatha Yoga. In her classes she focuses on alignment, traditional poses, and breath with movement. She is excited to expand her knowledge in hopes that yoga will transform the lives of others, like it did with hers. 

Gentle Yoga


Kaye is a Brandon, FL native. She was introduced to yoga in 2009, and in 2011, she began practicing Baptiste yoga where she fell in love with the physical and mental practice. Kaye completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training certification at Big Fish Yoga in 2012. She went on to teach Baptiste power vinyasa, introductory classes, adaptive needs yoga, breathing and meditation classes, and yoga classes to individuals with traumatic brain injuries. In 2016, Kaye
earned her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy. Occupational therapists are trained to address the mind, body, and spirit of an individual as a WHOLE. Yoga aims to balance the WHOLE person. As a healthcare professional, Kaye has continued her yoga practice while integrating yoga into her professional practice as an Occupational Therapist. Kaye’s passion for yoga stems from the
transformation that it brought to her life. As a yoga teacher, she seeks to empower and bring the balance of the WHOLE to her students.
“As you grow older, if you don’t move you won’t move.” -unknown


Peggy Farrell experiences yoga as an invaluable path to maintaining physical, mental and spiritual health. While the benefits of asanas, or physical practice, are many, yoga’s profound benefits to the mind and spirit are equally important to her. She earned her academic degrees (B.A. and M.A.) from Michigan State University, and worked for many years as a medical journalist, gaining a deep knowledge of anatomy and physiology. Her career then focused on education, and she has taught in Hillsborough County Public Schools for 20 years. Her interest in yoga began with improving her cardiovascular and musculoskeletal health, but soon bloomed into a lifestyle that included mental and spiritual practice as well. Peggy completed her 200-hour training in Hatha Yoga at the Yoga Loft in Tampa, Fla. and her 300-hour certification from the Heartwood Yoga Institute in Bradenton, Fla., with a focus on yoga therapy. She has specialized training in yoga for trauma recovery, restorative yoga, advanced yoga philosophy, yoga for seniors. and advanced meditation instruction. She has shared her passion for yoga as a teacher since 2017 with students of all ages and abilities, tailoring her instruction to truly make yoga accessible for every body.

Yoga Sculpt


Tammie started practicing yoga in 2006. In 2011 she began to practice 3 times a week and fell in love with how energized it made her feel. Passionate about Heath and fitness she began her journey as an instructor. In 2012 She completed her first yoga training as well as her group fitness instructor certification and began teaching classes. In addition to a Yoga Sculpt she teaches Power Barre, HIIT and various other class formats. She loves to challenge her students and finds teaching to be rewarding. Born and raised in Colorado, Tammie recently moved to Florida! Outside of yoga Tammie enjoys paddleboarding, the beach and listening to live music. She has two college age daughters and 3 English bulldogs!



Erin discovered yoga in the early 2000s at her local gym, and was fascinated by the asanas, energy flows, and the deep relaxation found through meditation. She practiced through college, feeling that the meditative space and body awareness were helping to manage stress and balance her world, though not quite understanding how. After teaching various group classes for several years, she felt compelled to bring a deeper level of wisdom into her instruction. By the end of her 200-hour RYT training at Karma Yoga, her practice felt infinitely expanded; she looks forward to spending the rest of her life exploring and sharing that yoga which occurs solely on the inside. Erin looks forward to integrating modern science and ancient wisdom in her practice as well as her instruction. As a scientist, she hopes to bring some skeptics over the fence and into the magic. After all, even the famed astronomer Carl Sagan said “We are made of starstuff.” She can't wait to bring the deep joy of yoga to others; in a society that expects constant productivity and discourages rest, there is nothing quite so rebellious as allowing space for restoration, relaxation, and healing. She ardently hopes to bring the idea that self love is not selfish to every class, and wants her participants to say “I deserve this!” with enthusiasm and ZERO qualifiers. Please join her - the rebellion awaits, and it's going to be a blast!



I first discovered yoga in college as just a way of exercising. However, it quickly became much more than that to me and I fell in love with the practice. A few years later I was signing up for a 200hr YTT program and completed my training at “Half Moon Yoga” in Medina, Ohio in 2015. Yoga has been such a positive influence in my life and I love to share that with others. My classes are accessible with opportunities to modify or intensify depending on your need that day. Just come as you are and do what you can!

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