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Date: Sat 10 Mar 2018

Best Yoga Classes in North London

A wide variety of classes from 'anti-desk yoga' to 'restorative yoga' in North London!

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Frame

Location: King’s Cross

Frame offers a wide variety of different yoga classes such as 'anti-desk yoga', 'vinyasa flow with meditation', 'yin yoga' and 'restorative yoga'. Discover which type suits you by browsing on the 'Frame' site—each class is tagged with keywords to help you find the most suitable class. Anti-desk yoga, for example, is tagged as ‘low impact’ and suitable for ‘beginners’.
In addition to the great classes Frame has a shop with a wide variety of activewear, from not only their own ‘Your Frame’ brand but also other brands such as Nike. They also sell healthy cookbooks, natural beauty products and fitness equipment.
Price: £14 per class
Other locations: Shoreditch, (East) Queens Park (North), Victoria, Fitzrovia (Central), Hammersmith (West)
Official Frame Site

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Fierce Grace

Location: Kentish Town, Finchley & Primrose Hill

Fierce Grace offers a revolutionary system of 6 interconnected hot power yoga classes helping you achieve the ultimate blend of strength and flexibility for both body and mind. Based on classical hatha yoga sequenced in ways that adhere to ancient yogic principles, as well as the latest cutting-edge research on attaining optimum results in the minimum amount of time. It is a unique proposition of six different classes based on the same core poses but each with a different emphasis, duration and intensity. Fierce Grace offers a variety of classes accessible and effective for all; from the most ardent yoga bunny—to the injured. Those who are injured or older can try the 'S.O.B' class which stands for 'Stiff, Old & Broken'!
Price: Introductory offer of 30 days for £39
Other locations: Queen’s Park (West), Old Street (East), Brixton (South).
Official Fierce Grace Site

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Triyoga

Location: Camden

Practicing yoga regularly can lead to; increased cardio and circulatory health, help maintain a healthy metabolism and improved flexibility, among many other benefits. Triyoga can help you achieve these amazing benefits as they offer a wide variety of classes from 'ashtanga' and 'vinyasa yoga' to 'yoga for sports' and 'yoga for kids' and 'yoga for teens'. Triyoga also offer meditation and mindfulness classes which are worth a try!
Price: A variety of different options from drop-in classes to a 6-week yoga course for £75
Other locations: Covent Garden, Soho (Central), Chelsea, Ealing (West) & Shoreditch (East)
Official Triyoga Site

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Barreasana Barrecore

Location: Hampstead

This class combines 'vinyasa flow yoga' and 'barre' work. It is not designed for those wanting to occasionally exercise. It is for those who want to get serious about their fitness goals. Classes should be attended at least 3-4 times a week. Their instructors help take you from a novice to an expert barrecore class attendee.
Price: A single class is £28, however, attendance should be regular, making their ’30-day unlimited classes for £295’ better value for your money.
Other locations: Mayfair, Kensington (Central), Chelsea, Chiswick (West), Moorgate (East)
Official Barreasana Barrecore Site

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Kelly Craig Yoga

Location: Islington

Many beginners find yoga classes intimidating, being surrounding by advanced students who can perform head-stands with ease. This class, however, has a much more friendly, neighbourhood vibe (situated next to Emirates stadium). The class is set in an ecology centre in a nature reserve, so you forget that you are in busy London. The end of the class finishes in candle-light with a 15-minute meditation. The instructor then gives a short head massage with essential oils before finishing off in Savasana. It is perfect for those wanting to unwind or meditate as they exercise—we highly recommend!
Price: £10 per class or 3 for £25.
Official Islington Ecology Centre Site

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