Align Again Yoga
Do you want to feel better?
Yoga is fast becoming a lifestyle for many people because it helps them feel better. We offer classes for all levels at a variety of different times.
70 Main Street
Greenwich, NY 12834
8:30-10am Mixed Level/Beginner with Carol (no class 9/5)
*9:30-10:30 Therapeutic Yoga (starts 9/12)
6:15-7:45pm Intermediate (no class 9/5)
7:30-8:30am Morning Express
*9-10am Chair Yoga (ends 8/23)
6:45-7:45am Mixed Level with Haley
7:30-9am Zaidee teaches at Hubbard Hall
*9:30-10:30 Therapeutic Yoga (starts 9/7)
6:15-7:45pm Beginner with Carol
7:30-8:30am Mixed Level Express
*9-10am Chair Yoga (ends 9/1)
8:30-9:30 Intermediate with Carly
10-11:30 Gentle Mixed Level with George
9-10:30 Community Donation Yoga Mixed Level
10:45-11:30 Meditation with John
*indicates a change in schedule
3 classes for $30 (expires in 30 days)
Drop in $16
5 Classes $65 / expires in 4 months
10 classes $120 / expires in 8 months
20 classes $220 / expires in 12 months
Drop in $11 / class
5 Classes $45 / expires in 4 months
10 classes $85 / expires in 8 months
20 classes $160 / expires in 12 months
(There are no refunds on partially used cards. Sharing class cards with family members and guests is welcome)
One month unlimited classes $79
"Student" member $59 up to 5 classes/month
"Practitioner" member $69 up to 9 classes/month
(member benefits for all above include 10% discounts on special events, private session packages and programs)
"Yogi" member $89 unlimited classes/month including 2 hour classes
(member benefits include 20% discount on special events, private session packages and programs)
Year long member $1000 unlimited classes & 2 hour classes/month
(includes five 45 minute private sessions with Zaidee and same member rewards as "yogis" Limited availability)
**New! Bring a friend for $10 (available to guests of members only)
These classes are focused on the anatomy and physiology using basic alignment details with the help of props and modifications. Students will gain strength and flexibility through conditioning and repetition. Meditation, breathing techniques and basic yogic philosophy and history will also be included. Prenatal students welcome.
These classes are for students who have at least a beginning understanding of yoga asana. They recognize the basic poses and know how to make the poses suit their own level. The focus of the class is on learning new poses and refining the understanding of familiar poses. Yogic breathing techniques and meditation and general yogic theory will be included in every class. Students will gain a deeper understanding of how yoga works outside the studio. Prenatal students with a strong practice welcome.
Students attending these classes will have a strong understanding of yoga asana as well as no injury or limitation that they do not know how to modify on their own. Poses will be more intense and sequences more vigorous. All facets of yoga philosophy will be included in these classes. Please do not attend this class if you are new to yoga and new to the studio.
Using techniques from Yoga, you can safely and effectively strengthen your core muscles and gain flexibility. This class is designed for people with limited mobility due to pregnancy, age, injury, illness and for those moving out of a more sedentary lifestyle. With the use of chairs, walls and props you will be able to move your body in a safe and effective manner without fear of falling or injury or inability. People with injuries and/or mild chronic pain from wear and tear are encouraged to use this class to help heal themselves.
Zaidee started teaching back when she was 16 at her local ice skating rink. From then on, teaching became a way for her to learn more about what she loves. Later, while working as a mediation and conflict resolution teacher in New York City public middle schools, she went to school at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition followed by her first teacher training for yoga at Kripalu. Zaidee taught at a few studios in New York City for a while before she moved to New Hope, PA and began her study of alignment based Hatha Yoga.
Currently, Zaidee is living in Easton, NY and teaching out of her dream studio in Greenwich, NY. She studies continuously with different teachers and practices meditation with Paul Muller Ortega of Blue Throat Yoga.
Zaidee’s classes are deeply influenced by her fascination with physics, the human body and the desire to find a sense of peace and real joy in every moment of life. Her classes are well rounded and designed to suit the needs and levels of her students. She pays special attention to correct alignment in order to more safely enhance her students’ practice while allowing them to align again with themselves. Each class is unique and can have themes that relate to daily life or themes that are just kind of kooky and fun. Meditation and the way we live are important parts of the yoga practice and emphasis is put on this practice in varying ways. Zaidee wants everyone to love yoga as much as she does and is ready and able to help you integrate yoga and the lifestyle of yoga into your life.
After retiring from a career in natural resource aviation, George wanted to find activities that challenge both the body and the mind. Fortunately he found yoga and was able to develop an asana practice with some excellent teachers in various traditions while exploring his lifelong interest in philosophy and spirituality. George decided the best way to combine his love of the asana class experience and his desire to go deeper into breath techniques and meditation would be to take a teacher training.
He explored various schools of yogic thought and eventually found that Hatha yoga brought to him a sense of curiosity about our human condition as well as contentment with the process. In the fall of 2011, he started a year long teacher training at Detox Yoga in Saratoga with Mark Kinder and on completion started teaching there, as well as at Align Again yoga in Greenwich.
George says, “I try to bring to my classes the skills helpful in reaching the serenity I experience when I practice, the maintenance of safety through alignment assists, and a curiosity in wondering about the connection of body mind and spirit”
Adam started practicing yoga over 10 years ago. After his first class, he became aware that he had not used some of his muscles mindfully for years and that yoga would greatly benefit him. In 2009, he began to practice and study alignment based yoga. With the aid of dedicated and knowledgeable teachers, these yogic practices brought about a profound change in his health, self-awareness, and functioning. With the aim of maximizing these benefits in his own life and sharing them with others, he began the journey to become a yoga teacher. His classes offer a supportive, compassionate environment with a practice focused on balancing effort and relaxation. He also seeks to bring awareness to the powerful contribution a yoga practice can offer to the process of self-directed change in anyone’s life.
Carol knew for many years that studying yoga was in her future. It was clear that it was a practice that was good for her body, mind and soul. When living in Greenwich, Carol practiced with Zaidee at Align Again Yoga and has since completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training. Through teacher training Carol has extensively studied and practiced meditation as well as focused on the importance of safe and proper alignment in yoga practice. She has personally experienced the benefits of a regular practice through improved health, greater self-insight, and reduction of stress. A warm, caring and supportive class that has a combination of challenging and soothing poses is what you’ll find in her classes
John is a dedicated meditator and teacher who has a friendly, down to earth, and effective way of introducing meditation to students and teaching them ways to integrate the fundamentals of a seated practice into their daily lives. His teaching comes from a comprehension that meditation is an essential part of helping us to tune into the deep meaning of our life, and thereby better understand our place in the world. He teaches regular multi-week series for beginners as well as continuing programs and classes for ongoing meditators.
After living in NYC for three years, Haley re-located back to Greenwich to pursue her passion for health and wellness. Haley began practicing yoga in 2010 and has since completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training in New York City under the guidance of Syama and Dhyana Masla. In her teaching, she hopes to inspire others to mindfully utilize and care for their bodies. Having grown up in Greenwich, Haley is very excited to be back in such a wonderful community. Haley can always be found experimenting in the kitchen or working on “Yoga and Toast”, a yoga, travel and food blog created by her and her boyfriend, Mike. Haley looks forward to sharing her practice with friends both old and new and is grateful for the opportunity Align Again has provided her.
Haley’s classes are a mix of vinyasa and hatha yoga. Practice will often begin with a guided meditation followed by gentle movement to warm-up the body. Building an energetic flow we will focus on utilizing our breath, creating space to go deeper into poses. Haley’s classes allow her students to challenge them selves, while offering modifications for those who are new to their yoga practice.