Harmony Yoga Studio Relocates to Downtown Stamford

harmony-yoga-carolCarol Shwidock, owner of Harmony Yoga Studio in Stamford, CT, is excited to announce that Harmony Yoga Studio will relocate to 175 Atlantic Street, a shared space with Ballet School of Stamford (entrance on Bank Street) as of September 7, 2014. Harmony Yoga Studio is a Kripalu based practice where students learn to cultivate the breath to help find light, openness, space, peace and harmony. Harmony Yoga Studio has been voted Best Yoga Studio by Stamford Plus Magazine (2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013) and Stamford Magazine (2011).


Schedule of group classes at Harmony Yoga Studio as of September 7:

Monday: *no classes offered*

Tuesday: 7pm-8pm, Beginners Yoga

Wednesday: 8am-9am, Moderate Yoga Hour

9:30am-10:30am, Gentle Yoga

Thursday: 8:30am-9:30am, Moderate Yoga Hour

Friday: 8am-9am *at Cove Island Park (ends September 30th)

Saturday: 8am-9am, Moderate Yoga

Sunday: 4pm-5pm, Yoga Dance *starting Winter 2014


Carol Shwidock is a Yoga Therapist/Reiki Master and is a Kripalu Certified Yoga Instructor since 2004 with additional certifications in Restorative Yoga (Jillian Pransky), Five Elements Yoga (Jennifer Reis), Embodying the Flow and Yoga for Emotional Balance (Bo Forbes) and has studied with Shiva Rea, and more. Carol has worked in the field of rehabilitation as an Occupational Therapist for over 25 years and has successfully worked with students healing from diagnoses such as Anxiety, Depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Multiple Sclerosis, Back Pain, Migraines, ALS, Guillain Barre, Arthritis, Hip Replacements, Breast Cancer and Chronic Tension.


In 2011, Carol donated sixty percent of her liver to her husband who needed a liver transplant. From that experience, she created Bedside Yoga DVD, currently being sold at Kripalu and featured on Shalom TV. In November 2012, her husband’s auto immune liver disease returned and sadly he passed away. In April 2014, Yoga for Lost and Found was born, a workshop designed for those healing from loss. Whether dealing with a loved one passing, divorce, losing a job or changes in physical abilities, loss is a part of life. Carol Shwidock’s personal journey with loss has led her to a greater understanding of how to help others maneuver through these days. Yoga for Lost and Found incorporates Kripalu Yoga, Five Elements Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Meditation, Yoga Dance and Group Integration, to help students open to a place of acceptance and joy that is always inside.


In addition to group classes, Harmony Yoga Studio offers private classes, yoga parties, yoga for teens and corporate yoga. Come join the Harmony Yoga party!




For more information on Harmony Yoga Studio, contact:

Carol Shwidock // email // (203) 962-4672