Honor Yoga helps yogis run successful studios by fostering individuality and freedom, while supporting owners with expertise in operating and marketing their studio for growth and sustainable success. “We elevate everyone, that’s the Honor culture. It means working toward a shared goal and supporting one another — as a result, we all grow and meet our goals by lifting one another up. As the CEO, I operate from a place of trust. I have learned that you must let go to grow. Letting go of fear and control gives space for expansion, ease and growth. It is just like yoga,” said Maria Turco, founder and Chief Yogini.

Take for example, Susan Favale, owner of Honor Yoga North Brunswick, a studio whose growth as part of the Honor Yoga brand has been incredible. Susan approached Honor about converting her existing studio to an Honor Yoga studio at a time when she was doing very well, but nurturing her studio’s growth was unmanageable as a single proprietor. As a result, less than two years later, she is celebrating the grand opening of a new location of over 3,000 square feet including three studio spaces offering Yoga (Practice), Aerial yoga (Play) and a Meditation space (Pause).

What made it possible? Honor Yoga provided the tools and the team to support the studio with daily operations at a sophisticated level, placing the studio in a position to grow. But it also gave Susan the freedom to maintain her own style, listened to her voice, and trusted that together her business would thrive — and thrive it has.