18th, 19th, 20th October 2024

OM Yoga Show London

The OM Yoga Show is an exciting, experiential event for the whole family, and is Europe’s largest yoga festival. The London event is a firm fixture in all yogi's calendars, attracting 15,000 visitors throughout the three days.

We know that your main aim in exhibiting at the OM Yoga Show is to increase your customer database, and sell your products and services; our aim is to bring you together with visitors who are already mindful of your subject, and those who are discovering it for the first time.

The OM Yoga Show runs alongside the Mind Body Soul Experience.

About Alexandra Palace

Known as 'The People's Palace', this historic entertainment and events venue overlooks London from the extensive gardens of Alexandra Park. Located between Muswell Hill and Wood Green, the venue is the ideal setting for the OM Yoga Show. The huge Great Hall plays host to the main exhibition, open classes, children's yoga and restorative studio, while various additional rooms provide a total workshop capacity of over 8000. Exceptional in-house catering delivers a wide variety of healthy food options to cater for our visitors and exhibitors alike.

The venue has 1500 car parking spaces plus two free double-decker shuttle bus services between the venue and Wood Green tube, and the Alexandra Palace main line station.

OM Yoga Magazine

The OM Yoga brand includes the hugely successful OM Yoga & Lifestyle magazine, the UK's leading yoga title.

Designed to inspire and to energise, OM Yoga wants to help readers enjoy a more active and rewarding life, drawing on the physical and mental disciplines of yoga, an ancient practice just as popular today as it was thousands of years ago.

We take our exercise seriously but this is more than a health and fitness magazine.

At OM, our goal is to both entertain and enrich, to nurture your soul at a time when the world around you may be preoccupied with more material concerns.

In every issue, we aim to nourish body, mind and spirit, galvanise you into action, and challenge how you feel about the world around you and the people and things in it.

Photos: Alexandra Palace (@yourallypally) / Sophie Harbinson (@sharbinson)