Honor Yoga is first and foremost committed to your safety. See the steps we are taking HERE before reopening any of our studios.

Honor Yoga is first and foremost committed to your safety. See the steps we are taking HERE before reopening any of our studios.

Connect to a live community experience through
HY Now.

Practice with your favorite instructors in real-time from the comfort of your home! HY Now connects you with Honor Yoga studios from around the country to help you grow your practice when it is convenient for you. Join us live for up to 20 classes a day or catch up on your own time through our library of videos on demand.

Honor Yoga Now will be provided to all members and those on an Intro Offer Membership at no additional cost.

Join our studio on our Intro Offer and enjoy 30 days of unlimited live streaming yoga classes and access to our library of over 240 professionally pre-recorded classes, instructionals, and Meditations and workshops for only $30. You will also have access to additional programming unique to our studio from teachers in our local community!

Ready to start your Intro Offer?

30 Days for $30!

Our classes are live streaming! Refer to Our Schedule to join a class.


Beginner Friendly

Inclusive and welcoming, Honor Yoga acknowledges that one of the greatest aspects about the practice of yoga is its adaptability to different populations with diverse physical abilities and needs. With this in mind, Honor Yoga strives to provide an easily accessible and beginner-friendly yoga studio community. With class offerings such as “Roots” and our “This is Yoga” series, Honor Yoga helps beginners break down yoga poses step-by-step, giving them the confidence and knowledge to advance their practice. Yoga truly is for “Every Body”.

Advance Your Practice

Advance Your Practice

Are you looking to advance your practice even further? Honor Yoga offers an array of classes, workshops, and series ranging from beginner, to intermediate, to advanced, and everything in between. Appealing to yogis of all levels, we hope to inspire you to go beyond your normal routine, try something new, and challenge your current capabilities with our passionate and experienced instructors.

YogaBarre – infuses ballet barre exercises, yoga, and pilates to help you decompress, strengthen, stretch and balance your entire body.
Yoga HIIT – incorporate High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) cardio with your yoga practice in this fun class that is accessible for most.
Aerial Yoga – Postures are done in aerial silks; creating space, detoxification and balance.


Family Friendly

Yoga is for everyone of all shapes, sizes…and ages! From our smallest yogis to our tallest, Honor Yoga offers yoga classes for kids, teens and tweens to help lay the foundation of a lifelong practice that will continue to deepen. Yoga for children enhances flexibility, strength and coordination while encouraging self-esteem, positive mental health, and body awareness with non-competitive physical activity.

Honor Yoga also offers Family Yoga workshops to bring families of all ages together to connect in one shared experience. Family yoga provides a wonderful place to spend healthy and happy quality time together.

Connecting to our community through live stream is simple!

+ Become a member with our Intro Offer – 30 Days for $30!
+ Register for a class on Our Schedule or through the Mindbody or Honor Yoga apps.
+ Download Zoom for free!
+ Check your email 30 minutes before class for details on how to join the live stream.

We can’t wait to see you on the mat!

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Beginners Welcome!

At Honor Yoga, we do our best to get you off to the right start. Below is a quick guide to help you find your first class and we are always ready to help assess your needs to jump-start your practice!

What class should I take?
What do I bring to class?
Where do I put my mat?

Where do I Start?

Don’t worry! We are here to help. All first time visitors are given a tour of the studio. One of our helpful staff members will show you where guest mats are available, how to set up for class, and the features of our studio. Be sure to leave time for this before your first class.

You may bring your own mat if you have one and water as well. We have a filling station in the studio if you bring a refillable bottle, and storage for your personal belongings while you are in class. Wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing. We are always excited to answer your questions so feel free to Contact Us Below!

Ready to start your Intro Offer?

30 Days for $30!

Classes, Workshops, and Series Schedule

Ready to start your Intro Offer?

30 Days for $30!

Questions or Comments? We are Happy to Help!

Get in Touch With Us to Learn More

Introducing Virtual Honor Yoga Dharma Talks:

Join Honor Yoga instructors from all over the country for a weekly discussion, bringing together our community to cover yoga philosophy and life.

Every talk will begin with insight from rotating hosts within the Honor Yoga community and then a guided discussion will open to all participants.

We invite you to join us this Monday to contribute and hope you will encourage fellow yogis and loved ones to attend. A genuine and understandable need at this time is to be heard, and with creative philosophical guidance, we will be holding space to do that.

We are delighted to share this interactive, collaborative, and inclusive space with our yoga community. We look forward to beginning this new journey with you!

Our next Dharma Talk is TBD.
Check back soon!

Monday July 27th
7:30pm EST

The Dharma of Antiracism:

Getting Honest About Racism + Yoga

Since witnessing the murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police, a renewed and powerful awakening has emerged to the systemic, ancestral, and generational racism that pervades our shared life together in the United States. This awakening is propelling the largest civil rights and racial justice movement in our country since the 1960’s.

We are at a critical moment in our nation’s history and as yoga practitioners, we have a moral and societal duty (known as dharma) to embody the values and ethical principles of our practice in real time and in real life. It is not enough to espouse these ethics as nice thoughts in the yoga classroom. What is required now is both a deep listening and a rigorously truthful self-inquiry about our own participation as individuals and as a yoga community in the systematic oppression of black, indigenous and people color (BIPOC).

This conversation will be a real and honest dialogue about our responsibility as yoga practitioners to acknowledge our participation in the inequality we see reflected around us and how to begin the inner work of becoming antiractist so that our yogic values are not mere sentiments but a way of living that activates change and embodies justice.

Hosted by Evan Madeo and Julie Mellk
Investment: FREE

Monday June 22
7:30pm EST

Meditations on Race:

Journey of Becoming an Anti-Racist

Dr. Edmond is Founder and Director of Mindful and Multicultural Counseling in Ewing NJ. A licensed clinical psychologist and an experienced yoga/meditation teacher Dr. Edmond facilitates Honor Yoga’s Trauma Sensitive Training. She is passionate about infusing mind body spirit approaches into her clinical work as well as a social justice lens that identifies the importance of race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, age, gender, and abilities in our lives. Currently Dr. Edmond is offering a webinar series “Mindful of Race: becoming an anti-racist. For this and more resources visit www.mmcounselingcenter.com

Hosted by Evan Madeo and Julie Mellk
with guest Dr. Nathalie Edmond

Investment: FREE

Sunday MAY 17
7:30 pm EST

A Discussion on:

Tapas and Aparigraha

Sarah Nickelson will look at the relationship between the yogic concepts of Tapas (discipline) and Aparigraha (non-attachment). She will explain how she has used both as tools to navigate her life off of the mat through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hosted by Evan Madeo and Julie Mellk
with guest Sarah Nickelson

Investment: FREE

Sunday MAY 10
7:30 pm EST

A Discussion on:


Katie will discuss the yogic principle of self study, svadhyaya, and how she is applying it during this pivotal time. Through self study, we build awareness of what thoughts and belief systems harm us and serve us to bring us closer to our higher self.

Hosted by Evan Madeo and Julie Mellk
with guest Katie Fanning

Investment: FREE

7:30 pm EST

A Discussion on:

Pratipaksha Bhavanum

A yogic technique for reframing thoughts.

Hosted by Evan Madeo and Julie Mellk
Investment: FREE