Yoga, Thai Massage & Reflexology

Welcome to my site, I am a yoga teacher, Thai massage therapist and reflexologist working in Totnes, London and abroad. I offer weekly yoga classes, regular yoga workshops and Thai massage in Totnes South Devon. I run three or four residential yoga courses each year on Dartmoor in Devon and sometimes abroad. I also teach history and philosophy of yoga for the London Yoga Teacher Training Course and am a freelance writer www.nevillecregan.co.uk  Please feel free to get in touch by e mail, or phone or text 07915 650106.

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Saturday Morning Yoga Workshops in Totnes dates for 2017

March 4th, April 22nd and June 10th . All 10 am - 1 pm at Birdwood House in Totnes .

Monday and Tuesday Weekly Classes - 2017 Term Dates and availability.

Monday Class: Monday 6.15 - 7.45pm class. Tuesday Classes: 9.30 - 11 am class and 6.15 - 7.45 pm. A couple of spots available for Mondays.

Thai Massage

Available every week day except Tuesdays 8 am - 7 pm. Sometimes on Saturday mornings 9 am - 12.

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"Nev's Thai massage treatments are beautifully relaxing and deeply intelligent. He really understands the body and he brings decades of experience of yoga and bodywork to his treatments."
Nisha, Totnes.

Thai Massage

Thai Massage

Thai massage is a unique and potent clothed massage which variously combines massage techniques, acupressure, joint manipulations and stretches dependant on individual need. It's carried out on a futon mattress. Heating or cooling balms or oils and/or heated herbal compresses are often used to enhance the massage. As well as being beneficial for aches and pains and misalignments, the deep relaxation induced by Thai massage can be deeply relieving, restful, and healing.

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Yoga

Yoga

Yoga is an ancient yet living and evolving collection of practices linked to physical, mental and spiritual development. Its theory base includes ideas and principles relating to health, fitness, psychology and spirituality. Most modern day classes explore the main practices in yoga of asana (postures), pranayama (breathing practices), body centring and meditation as a creative means to bring ourselves to a place of calm and quiet.

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Philosophy, Spirituality and Meditation

Philosophy, Spirituality and Meditation

Yoga is not a religion, but its origins as a collection of practices to explore the human condition developed in the context of Indian religious culture. There are at times significant parallels and connections with both Hinduism and Buddhism, but it doesn't exactly belong to either.

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Reflexology

Reflexology

Reflexology is based on the idea that the feet represent a map of the body. Massaging congested, hard, blocked or tense parts of the feet can help improve the function of joints, organs, glands or other aspects of our physiology distant from the feet. In addition the function and circulation of the feet themselves can improve.

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