Stillpoint Yoga London Bridge
Whether you're a beginner or advanced our Ashtanga yoga classes are for you...
Join us every week day morning in the heart of
(a one minute walk from The Shard)
· You can practice five times a week (Monday to Friday).
· Begin your practice anytime after 6:30am, finishing by 9am.
· You can drop in or join our one of memberships.
Check out weekly London bridge schedule here and book your classes with us.
We teach the Ashtanga yoga Mysore self practice method. Since 2009 our work here at Stillpoint is to empower you to find your own unique practice that meets your particular needs. Teaching this way helps to tailor a yoga practice to you, your body and unique, inspiring life.
Being part of Stillpoint over the last 4 years has transformed my relationship with yoga and my own practice!
Lucy Bramley - London Bridge practitioner
Scott has been a game changer for me and a teacher like no other! With integrity, insight and sensitivity, he has supported me to explore and develop my practice and nurture a spirit of openness and curiosity within myself.
The space at London Bridge is a very special place of peace, connection and safety – a real haven in one of the busiest parts of the city!
Become a Stillpoint Yoga London Memberr
and receive these benefits:
Monthly access to all our online classes, guided classes, philosophy classes, yoga clinics and community gatherings including a dedicated WhatsApp group
Access to a monthly Saturday workshop with Scott Johnson at Stillpoint Yoga London Bridge in-person or online.
How our prices work
We believe that yoga is a lifelong education.
With this in mind we have endeavoured to bring you a full ashtanga yoga, mindfulness and yoga philosophy study programme that you can integrate both in-person in London Bridge, live stream wherever you are and on-demand. You'll find inspiring tools, teachers and information so you can get the most out of studying with us.
Our membership prices reflect the amount of time, love and effort we put into making your learning experience the best we can. This means you can practice with us in London and integrate the studies you gain with us online.
We believe this to be a beautiful way to integrate the teachings of Ashtanga yoga, mindfulness and philosophy
Stillpoint Yoga Teacher | Tuesday - Friday
Scott has been director and teacher at Stillpoint Yoga since it opened in London Bridge in 2009. He has taught every weekday morning since that time and has helped countless people discover the beautiful qualities that a long-term yoga practice offers. Scott has been practising yoga since 1998 and teaching Ashtanga yoga since 2003. He's one of only a few Ashtanga teachers to be authorised in both the primary and intermediate series by Manju Jois. He works nationally and internationally sharing the benefits of a committed yoga and mindfulness meditation practice.
Stillpoint Yoga Teacher | Monday
In 2009 Lee discovered Stillpoint and, through Scott and Oz’s combined deeply nurturing and non-judgmental teaching styles, was encouraged to deepen his knowledge and understanding of the truly authentic, traditional, Mysore-style of Ashtanga yoga. Encouraged by his teachers, Lee spent time with John Scott and Lucy Crawford and completed the John Scott Yoga 200hr Teacher Training.
Lee teaches as he practises: with compassion, patience, encouragement, authenticity and in a non-judgmental way
Stillpoint Yoga Teacher | Cover
Mercedes left her hometown of Buenos Aires at a young age to pursue a career in ballet. After graduating from The Royal Ballet School in London she moved to Amsterdam to join The National Ballet. In 2004 she discovered yoga and ever since then her relationship to the practice has been evolving. Throughout the years Mercedes has been inspired by many different teachers, especially Nancy Gilgoff, Dena Kingsberg, and Andrea Lutz who she still learns from today. In 2012 Mercedes devoted her life to teaching yoga and in 2017 she co-founded The Breathing Space in Amsterdam. Among other many other classes she co-taught the daily mysore program there until she moved to the UK in 2023.
Mercedes likes to think of practice as a container for self exploration - each breath, each pose is an opportunity to observe yourself, to recognise the patterns that keep showing up while opening up to new possibilities...
Stillpoint Yoga Teacher | Friday/Cover
Emma started practicing yoga in 2012 when she moved to London. It has been an important part of her life ever since. She intially moved to London to study painting, which led to studying the history and conservation of Buddhist art, where she undertook a Masters degree in Buddhist Art. Emma is also a Thai Yoga Massage therapist. She was drawn to Thai Yoga massage because of its Buddhist framework. It is considered to be an embodied mindfulness meditation, but also the physical application of ‘Loving Kindness’, or metta.
Emma has been practicing Ashtanga Yoga since 2016 and is currently studying on the MA programme in Yoga and Meditation at SOAS. Emma qualified as a yoga teacher in 2019 (200hr RYT YAP) and began teaching that year.
Co-Founder | 1977 - 2012
In 2009 Ozge was the co-founder, with Scott Johnson, of Stillpoint Yoga London. She was a beautiful human being who saw the good in people and had an insatiable zest for life. She travelled the world studying yoga and spirituality, making many friends and connections along the way. Her tragic passing in 2012 left a great hole for her family and friends. But in Stillpoint there is a legacy. The ripple and memory of Ozge still dances in our room...
You can find out more about Ozge and her life here
Where can you find us?
Room AR2, Guys Campus, Boland House, Great Maze Pond, London Bridge SE1 9TL (next to Collingwood St)
Our beautiful open yoga space:
- has easy access from the street,
- is a 1-minute walk from London Bridge station,
- has plenty of gender-neutral showers and bathrooms,
Here's a video showing you how to find us from The Shard
Every time I walk into the Stillpoint studio it’s like coming home!
Scott and the team have created such a nurturing, safe space for self-enquiry and exploration, that over the years my yoga practice has become less about making shapes with my body and more like a daily conversation with myself about how I’m feeling and what I need to nourish myself that day – how beautiful is that? I truly believe there is nowhere else quite like Stillpoint and I feel truly blessed to have found it.