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Krystle Flynn

E-RYT 200, RYT 500, BS 

Krystle, a karma Yogi, mother, recreation enthusiast, and artist,

has been practicing and studying the delights of Yoga and Pilates since 2010.

 She began her studies by receiving her 200 hr. certification and then took a step further into her 500 hr. with Asheville Yoga Center in Asheville, NC. She has worked with a wide variety of students and has taught to all ages from toddlers to seniors. She has brought her teaching to many privately in their homes, has led group lessons in studios as well as various country clubs, and at-risk youth facilities. Leaving her with a rich experience of working with many demographics, ages, and ailments, and is incredibly grateful to share her knowledge and joy with those who seek it.


Devoted to her personal practice, education, and teaching, while healing many traumas of her own, from physical injuries to emotional trauma, such as major sprains to anxiety and post partum depression.

 Her personal experience, and professional experience with many demographics, being brought up in a multicultural family, and her desire to encourage inclusive spaces for all peoples to recreate safely and joyfully, has inspired her to create Pink Salt Wellness.  

Community and better understanding of each other and how we uniquely and universally express ourselves is something she finds interesting and believes it can be explored through practices such as Yoga. 

 She has now brought her teaching to the Bay Area in Oakland, CA with a studio that is diverse in its health and wellness offerings.

Come as you are, and find your joy with us!


"Krystle has been a constant joy and inspiration. She is a natural teacher. Her knowledge provides the perfect balance of physical & meditative practices. Krystle has increased my awareness of the breath and its relationship to my muscles. Yoga has been life changing. To have more energy, flexibility, & calm in my body at age 71 is truly remarkable."


"Krystle has a spiritual & calming voice that is mixed with accurate descriptions of yoga poses that compel a student to reach beyond their limits in her vinyasa flow yoga classes."


"My wife & I have been a client of Krystle's now for over 4 years. We began taking Yoga at the recommendation of our primary care physician. We both have greatly benefited from it & feel that it has contributed to a better a quality of life. Krystle has customized every session to where we are physically & mentally. She pushes us when the time is right & knows when we are at our limits.



Evelyn Villa

Evelyn has been on a spiritual journey ever since she was a young student
questioning the ways and whys of the Universe. It is her belief that her
decades long journey of self realization has been the stepping stone for her
present role as yogi, teacher, grandmother! She has been practicing yoga for over 20 years, and is an experienced registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) with Yoga Alliance.

Evelyn traveled to India in 2014 to immerse herself in learning the foundations of Iyengar Yoga at B.K.S. Iyengar’s overseen Yoga Ganga Ashram, Old Rajpur, at the foothills of the Himalayas. She has a 200 HR Yoga Teacher Certification from CorePower Berkeley and YogaFit and has mentored in Workshops/Immersions led by Seane Corn, Janet Stone, Jason Crandell, Pamela Maldonado, MC Yogi, Jason Crandell, Nubia Teixeria and Jai Uttal, and Rajiv and Swati Chanchani. Hala Khouri. The yoga she teaches is an exploratory journey of self acceptance searching to bridge
together a sense of truth, trust, and integrity.

Evelyn loves to teach Vinyasa Flow, Restorative, Yin within a tapestry of
intuitive awakening, somatic release and the cultivation of DEEP

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Kaycee Morganto

Kaycee is new to the bay, having relocated in 2022 from Texas. She has a 200Hr YTT Certification and 50Hr Certification in Yoga Sculpt. Her intention with teaching is to provide a space where students can learn to communicate with their own bodies. She believes that yoga is for literally every form of the human body, and wants to inspire those in her classes to believe the same.


Kaycee began her yoga journey in 2015, partly in an attempt to cope with her senior level engineering projects in her last year of college. In the beginning, Kaycee was drawn to strength and power based class formats such as power vinyasa and yoga sculpt. Over her 8 years of experience practicing and teaching yoga, her practice has turned much more inward, allowing her to use these same powerful strength based learnings and apply them to the nuances of slower, deeper classes in the yin style. She frequently uses the meditation techniques of noting, visualization, and body scan throughout her classes to help remind students to breathe and stay in their body. She is a classically trained musician, and takes pride in the music that she curates for her playlists.


Off the mat, Kaycee is a mechanical engineer, dog lover, hiker, snowboarder, mountain biker, and wannabe aerialist. 


C'mone Larissa

C’Mone started practicing yoga for fitness shortly after the birth of her first daughter. She quickly began to learn the healing aspects yoga lends to life and began incorporating yoga into her everyday life. Offering a variety of Vinyasa classes for varying experience levels, her classes often focus on moving with ease and calm, encouraging students to challenge themselves in new ways. 


She has been introducing yoga to new students since 2011 and recently obtained her 200 hr certification from Hot Spot Yoga. In addition to Vinyasa, C’Mone also teaches Yin yoga and personalized meditation. She holds a passion for introducing the benefits of yoga to communities who may not be familiar with or have access to the practice.


Mhairi Scallion

Mhairi Started teaching Vinyasa Yoga in 2015.
She started her yoga journey back in 2000 and has realized this is the practice that elevates her life the most. After suffering from PTSD and anxiety for many years she overcame both from the yoga practice and meditation.

She decided to dive deeper into the practice and get her 200 YTT Certification in 2015 quickly after going into a 50 hour extension mentorship program at Worlds yoga as well as mentoring other new teachers. In 2016 she got her certification in the prison project yoga program that involves more intense training learning to guide postures and meditation in different non based studio environments.

Mhairi's past studies are Crystal healing Mindfulness training, meditation, and received her Reiki 111, and Master certification back in 2018. Mhairi’s empathy and compassion for others that have suffered from trauma, ptsd , and anxiety, has brought her to a place to become a teacher.
She wants to help others achieve the magic connection between breath and movement and to come back into space of grounding and healing in the body so that her students can reconnect to their true selves.


Wendy Loven

Wendy started practicing yoga in 2003 in order to help her body recover from a back injury. She soon discovered that yoga was good for so much more than healing back pain, it helped in all areas of life, from reducing stress to building strength to helping relieve lifelong traumas stored in the subtle body. This created an ever-evolving path to mindfulness.

In 2013, Wendy completed the 200 hour training at Namah Shivaya International School of Yoga in Dallas, Texas and in 2015, she completed the 300 hour training - with additional certifications in Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra. Wendy loves introducing new students to the benefits of yoga and helping others find their balance, strength and flexibility both on and off the mat. Wendy's yoga teacher encouraged her to examine all the ways that a yoga teacher can serve others and she lives by the philosophy that the best way to raise yourself up is to lift those around you


Stephenie Williams

Stephenie started her yoga journey in 2012, after being introduced to the practice through fitness videos during high school gym class. She was immediately drawn to the sense of relaxation and meditative release that yoga offered. 


Over the years as the demands of life increased, the dedication to her yoga practice also increased. For Stephenie, yoga is a practice of being in the now, about being completely in the present moment. When pulled out of the mind and settled into the body, all else falls away. The physical practice of yoga itself is a meditation, a journey to acceptance and allowing everything to just be. 


After many years of practice and searching for a yoga teacher training, Stephenie finally completed her 200-Hour YTT in the Summer of 2022 through the EkaShri Schools of Yoga. Trained in the style of Vinyasa Krama, Stephenie structures her classes in a step by step format that combines both strength and flexibility while offering modifications to maintain accessibility for all. Expect movement, breath, and meditation for an energizing and uplifting class. 


Off the mat you can find Stephenie drawing, reading, spending time in the garden, cooking something up in the kitchen, or going kayaking and camping around California.


Carmela Carvajal

Carmela began practicing yoga after college, when her desk job in publishing left her longing for movement. Taking her first yoga class, she sensed the profound connection of body and mind, united through the breath. The message of self-acceptance and equanimity she found on her mat felt like coming home.


So many practices later, Carmela finds that the steadiness, self-trust and non-judgmental nature of yoga have informed every aspect of her life. In 2005, she became a certified Rolfer® and licensed massage therapist. The following year, she completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training through Yogaworks. Bodywork and teaching yoga allow Carmela to offer dual paths toward physical opening and ease, as well as tools to ground and balance the mind.


Carmela’s yoga teaching honors the idea of “mindful flow.” She strives to help students understand the classic aspects of each pose while finding their own unique and intuitive expression through movement. She has been fortunate to draw inspiration from master teachers such as Jason Crandall, Annie Carpenter, Ana Forrest, Shiva Rea and Jane Austin, as well as myriad local teachers who’ve enriched her idea of what yoga can be. Carmela strives to teach from a place that’s accessible and welcome to all, while offering plenty of challenge and space to play. She delights in seeing students personally connect to their practice and begin to experience yoga’s power to support and inspire their lives.


Stephanie Walpole

Stephy is passionate about many things, but her family, rescued dogs, and Yoga take the lead as her top three. Hailing from New York and based in the Bay Area, she earned her 500-hour teacher training certification from Yoga Garden in San Francisco and has been teaching since 2020. Stephy obtained specialized training in Prenatal Yoga and values empowering those in all stages of their pregnancy through the practice of breath and movement. She is also excitingly expecting her first child with her partner in August 2022, which initially ignited her devotion for offering Prenatal Yoga. In addition to teaching, Stephy achieved her Masters degree in Expressive Arts Therapy, and holds positions as an Astrologer and Expressive Arts Facilitator. Her other joys include traveling, hiking, camping, surfing, creating art, gardening, and cooking. 


Stephy found her way to Yoga over a decade ago as a way to help her practice mindfulness and grounding. She discovered on her journey that Yoga also helped her immensely with deepening her spirituality and creativity. As a Yoga teacher, Stephy's intention is to help students discover the unique balance between strength and flexibility through breath and movement as they explore their edges and experience a sense of renewal. She hopes her students are able to find moments of refuge on their mats and use what they learned during their practice in their day-to-day lives.


Carolyn Weatherbee

Carolyn believes deeply in our ability to know what's true and best for ourselves. She strives to create an environment where students can connect with their own inner knowing, reach for what they desire in life, and find peace and balance day to day. 


She's been teaching yoga since 2011 and has extensive experience helping people tune their bodies and minds. Carolyn has worked as a personal trainer, crisis counselor, holds a degree in psychology, and numerous certifications to support these endeavors. Always thirsty to learn and grow, she brings that passion and focus into the classroom. 


Off the mat, Carolyn is a homeschool Mama, pilot, and artist. She loves being outside, traveling, running, reading, and gardening; and, looks forward to connecting with YOU. 


Rish Sanghvi

Rish, a 200 hour certified yoga instructor, has been a student of yoga for over 25 years and considers it an important part of his heritage. 


He is drawn to the deep mind-body-spirit connection that yoga cultivates, and it is his deepest wish to embody this connection for other practitioners.


As his body has changed, so has his relationship to yoga - He has learnt to make room for both gentleness and intensity, and his classes create space for you to find your own balance. In his classes, you can expect to use the poses to focus on alignment, breathwork, presence and fun! :-)


Laura Moir

Forever a devotee and perpetual student of yoga, Laura embarked on her journey in 1999 at the Piedmont Yoga Studio under the expert guidance of Rodney Yee. Hailing from her beloved hometown of Oakland, California, Laura's life's tapestry also weaves through the realm of movement and language of the body, first through the disciplined forms of ballet, jazz, and tap dance as a child and young adult, then through the world of marathon running from 2010-2020.


Over the course of a three-decade career in event management, Laura experienced the familiar strains of burnout, excessive stress, and anxiety, suffering and successfully recovering from several impactful physical injuries. In 2022 she finally decided to initiate a profound change in her life, choosing to chase her dreams by embarking on the path that had always radiated joy for her and became a full-time yoga teacher. Her teaching style has since evolved into a beacon of healing and recovery, her message an embodiment of love, and her goal to create a safe and welcoming sanctuary for everyone, inclusive of all abilities.


Laura completed teacher training at Yoga Kula in Berkeley and has continually expanded her training under the guidance of revered yoga masters including Judith Lasater, Baxter Bell, Margi Young, and Leslie Howard. Laura is a certified instructor in Relax and RenewⓇ (Restorative Yoga) and Yoga for Disabilities, as well as a Sound Practitioner through the Sound Healing Academy.


Alora Arnold

Alora is a passionate and enthusiastic yoga teacher with a strong commitment to guiding students on their journey to health and well-being. She loves sharing the lessons of yoga through fostering a positive and inclusive environment, while empowering individuals to achieve balance and mindfulness through practice and awareness of breath. 

She is a registered 500 hour teacher through Yoga Alliance and also holds an associates degree from Naropa University with 1000 hours in Yoga Studies.

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Jessica Waterman

Jessica started her yoga journey after taking an Intro to Yoga course in college over two decades ago. After experiencing a deep sense of presence and energetic awakening while practicing, she quickly became fascinated by the mind, body, and spirit connection. Over the past 20 years, practicing yoga and meditation changed Jessica’s life in profound ways, which eventually led her to leave her corporate career to become a teacher.

She has completed 700 hours of Vinyasa and Iyengar yoga teacher training through YogaWorks, and The Yoga Room’s Advanced Studies Program. She draws inspiration from Ada Lusardi, Jason Crandell, Annie Carpenter, and Judith Lasater.

You can expect Jessica’s classes to emphasize alignment principles with mindfulness and pranayama weaved in to deepen your practice. She encourages you to meet your body where it’s at by incorporating the use of props and offering pose variations to ensure her classes are accessible to all.

When she’s not teaching yoga, Jessica spends her time rock climbing, hiking, backpacking, food adventuring, and traveling.

"Sé que no van a creerme, pero canta, canta la sal, la piel del los salares, canta con una boca ahogada por la tierra"


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