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A message from Sissy:


The yoga practice found me exactly when I needed it. I didn't know it would end up changing the trajectory of my life, but thankfully it did. Through the last decade or so as a student, I've learned firsthand how transformative yoga can be. With the help of an experienced teacher, yoga helped me turn what was headed toward self destruction into a path of purpose and growth. I believe whole heartedly in yoga's capacity to heal, because the practice is what helped to heal me. I've been teaching since 2017, trained under some incredible teachers like Dawn Yager, Taylor Hunt, Abbie Galvin, Alan Finger and Kristine Weber. I've travelled to study in NYC under Sri Dharma Mittra, Miami with Kino McGregor, and Rishikesh, India where I studied Ayurveda with Dr. Harsh Agarwal, Ayurvedacharya. I have the blessing of dedicating my life to sharing what I've learned. So now, with a team of incredible teachers and some of the most dedicated students around, my purpose is to offer the practice to all those seeking something deeper, a pathway to peace. The same that was once done for me, the very thing which continues to add value to my life.


-Sissy Castillo, owner of Shanti Yoga Studio

Instructor Bio: 

-200, 300, and Yin Yoga teacher training certified under Dawn Yager, Swami Ambikananda and founder of Shanti Yoga

-Over 2,000 hours of teaching experience

-offering future yin yoga and 200 hour YTT trainings

-renowned in the Myrtle Beach community as a place for dedicated practice focusing on self-improvement, alignment, and technique. 

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Sissy Castillo, owner of Shanti Yoga Studio

Student Testimony

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Studio Etiquette:

1. Be kind to each other. 

2. Doors open 15 minutes prior to class times, and classes begin promptly as scheduled. Please let us know if you're running late. 

3. Silence cell phones and leave all technology and personal belongings in the lobby area. 

4. We seek to cultivate a safe space and atmosphere of growth through the yogic principles of non-harm, truthfulness, and acceptance of others. Those that intentionally conduct themselves outside of these principles will be asked to practice elsewhere.

5. Personal hygeine and cleanliness are an integral part of practicing yoga. Shower prior to class and refrain from wearing fragrances. Keep your practice space free from clutter and clean up after yourself. 

6. We are here to help you and assist in your growth. Never hesitate to inform your teacher of injury, or to ask for help. 

7. In the practice space, silence is preferred or very minimal, quiet conversation only. Keep social chatting in the lobby or out front. 

8. Respect the space. Neatly put away your props the way you found them, and wipe down any borrowed mats with the cleaner provided. 

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