Nigel and Tara
Welcome to Yoga Junction, one of London's longest established and best loved yoga centres. We've been providing Yoga for everyone from total beginners to advanced practitioners since 1999. 

Our small but beautiful studio in Crouch End is staffed by a team of highly experienced teachers. This is a friendly, relaxed and genuine place to study and practice yoga. 

We look forward to welcoming you soon.

Tara Fraser and Nigel Jones

We will be closed on Monday May 2nd for all classes.

New for 2016

Mysore self practice class
with Dimitris

Start your day with a bang. Two early morning astanga yoga self practice classes starting.

Tuesday 7.00-9.00am
Friday  7.00-9.45am.  £13

Thai Yoga Massage Diploma
with Amy Ku Redler
April 2016

View the full Thai Yoga Massage Diploma training with Amy 

Hatha yoga class
with Freddie

Hatha yoga class open to all levels, including beginners.
A balanced mix of classical yoga postures, breath-initiated
movement and relaxation, with an emphasis on mindfulness.

Wednesday 7.30-9.00pm £13

Tanya Goodman-Bailey

An open level class for beginners and non-beginners.  Each class responds to the energy of the group, so come along to de-stress, re-energise, become stronger and feel freer and more present.

Thursday 9.30-11.00am  £13

Receptionists required

We are looking for experienced yoga people to help us out on reception in exchange for classes. You need to have a good basic knowledge of yoga, good English, cheerful and friendly disposition and good organisational abilities. Duties include, checking people into classes, answering the phone, selling books, a bit of light cleaning, and some basic admin. If you are interested, please e-mail us for more information.

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Tara Fraser, director of Yoga Junction in a seated position with her legs crossed and her hands on the floor with the palms facing upwards
Nigel Jones, co-founder of Yoga Junction with his hands clasped behind his back diagonally
3 people in down dog position from the front
Yoga teacher helping student cross-legged feet together