Jax Vessy yoga and body method teacher
Duncan Hulin Yoga Teacher
Duncan Hulin Yoga Teacher
Lisa Roberts Yoga Teacher
Jules Yount Yoga Teacher
Jenny Hulin Yoga Teacher
Julie Bladon Yoga Teacher
Roberta Hutchins Yoga Teacher
Isabelle Luterbacher Yoga Teacher
Tanja Bartlett Yoga Teacher
Nikki Cassap Yoga Teacher
Laurie Cunningham Yoga Teacher
Alice Chapman Yoga Teacher
Wendy Brooking Yoga Teacher
Natasha Gerolimatos Yoga Teacher
Emma Jaulin Yoga Teacher
Georgia Stuart Yoga Teacher
Georgia Stuart Yoga Teacher
Andy Kerr from Revolution Massage Therapy

Teachers Biographies

 

Jax Vessey

Even as a teenager attending my first Yoga class I noticed and enjoyed not only the expected physical opening but also an amazing sense of calm and space. After moving around the UK I discovered Yoga again later in life and attended Hatha, Ashtanga Vinyasa and Sivananda classes as often as possible. I was hooked! The effects were even more noticeable in adult life providing me with an increased of energy, focus and contentment, something I want to share with everyone!

I have been teaching in Exeter since 2002 and gained my Teaching Diploma with the British Wheel of Yoga in 2008, studying Physiology, Philosophy and Ancient History with Angela Ashwin over an informative and enjoyable number of years.

My classes encourage a smooth flowing breath to co-ordinate movements and postures which will centre, improve vitality and increase mental clarity. Students will notice the benefits of this practice almost immediately, a direct result of stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system which reduces the heart rate, lessens muscle tension and brain activity, creating a wonderful sense of peace which is vital in our busy Western lives. Classes offer a range of held and dynamic postures and are suitable for all levels and experience, for those who would like to deepen their practice to those who have never experienced Yoga before. My classes follow the classical teachings of Raja Yoga (Yoga of Kings), where the body is considered the vehicle for our spiritual energy so we always remain within a place of comfort and ease.

I also teach Body Method classes which are a combination of three disciplines; Callanetics, Pilates and Yoga designed to improve posture and core strength, isolating, strengthening then lengthening different muscle groups to help achieve a toned, firm body. These are friendly classes and a perfect introduction to the physical aspect of Yoga and suitable for all abilities and experience, even those who have had no experience of similar disciplines before and a little nervous of starting something new.

The aim is for the student to become the observer finding balance between ease and effort.

Jax is the founder of the Lotus Loft.
Contact Jax on 07989 409284 or email yogawithjax@googlemail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Duncan Hulin, MRSS YTF

Duncan is the principal teacher, founder and director of the Devon School of Yoga. He is a practising yoga teacher/therapist, Shiatsu practitioner and is also qualified in Ayurvedic Foot Pressure (Chvutty Thirumal) massage. Duncan healed himself of asthma using yoga therapy and has practised yoga for thirty nine years and taught yoga for thirty three years.

In the early eighties he spent three consecutive winters in South India studying with the late Dr. B.P. Pillai, former director of the Government of India recognised Yoga Therapy Foundation, Trivandrum, Kerala.

Duncan brings a wealth of experience to his holistic Yoga Teaching and Courses. He has worked with teenage students with learning difficulties and has led practical stress management programmes in schools. He also teaches several weekly classes, including for major corporations.

Duncan’s classes follow a traditional authentic approach coming from an holistic, eclectic base incorporating preliminary exercises, breathing kriyas, asana, pranayama, meditation and philosphy.

The Devon School of Yoga offers foundation and teacher training courses, day workshops and weekend residential retreats plus post-graduate yoga therapy training for yoga teachers.

For details about Duncan’s classes and the Devon School of Yoga’s comprehensive programme please visit Devon School of Yoga website or email info@devonyoga.com.
Alternatively you can call 01392 420573

 

 

Lisa Roberts

'I began practising yoga when i was 17 and couldnt believe how hard it was! My body was quite literally shaking in all the poses and i found it hard to breathe at the same time....however i then over time began to experience a great sense of calm and peace that i never knew existed. The practices of yoga have taught me to listen to my body and ultimately made me a much happier person.

After studying a degree in development i moved to Cornwall and to my good fortune...Anusara teacher Bridget Woods-Kramer opened a yoga studio round the corner from where i worked. I have since enjoyed many years studying with Bridget and other great teachers such as Doug Keller, Sianna Sherman, John Friend, Jayendra Hanley and Jim and Ruthie Bernhart.

I am passionate about what the practices of yoga can offer us all not just physically but emotionally and spiritually in our busy and often frantic lives.

I am an Anusara-Inspired yoga teacher and teach regular classes and workshops here at the Lotus Loft. Anusara Yoga is a practice that integrates detailed alignment principles with heart orientated philosophy. Anusara means “flowing with grace,” “to be in the flow,” “follow your heart.” We are reminded to be open hearted and to look at what ever arises with freshness and freedom.'

Lisa is also a fully qualified and experienced acupuncturist practising at Estuary Clinic in Topsham estuaryclinic.co.uk.

Contact Lisa on 07979 372041 lisarobertsyoga@gmail.com

 

 

Jules Yount

Jules came to Yoga from a background in the Bujinkan Martial Arts where she trained throughout the UK, Europe, America & Japan as both a classical Budo instructor and Modern Self-defence instructor in all environments including personally bodyguarding and escorting from Japan, Masaaki Hatsumi, on his last public teaching event in Europe.

She completed her yoga foundation course with Andrea Durant via the British Wheel of Yoga and qualified as a yoga teacher with the Devon School of Yoga. She completed a Chakra Vinyasa and Energy Activism immersion with Shiva Rea and studied Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga with Kino MacGregor in both London and Manchester plus will be studying again with Kino in September this year. She’s deeply moved by the intensive study of Tripsichore Yoga with Edward Clark (something she plans to continue)! Plus, she studies AcroYoga with Eugene Butcher, and has completed both an Elemental AcroYoga Immersion in London as-well-as a Lunar (e.g. Therapeutic) AcroYoga Immersion in Brighton. Jules teaches Vinyasa Flow Yoga at Exeter College, Exeter University and at various other venues in Exeter.

From 1999-2011, she worked in the Complementary Medicine unit of the Peninsula Medical School as PA to Professor Edzard Ernst and in 2011, when the unit closed, she started working as PA for Duncan Hulin at the Devon School of Yoga. Jules teaches on the Devon School of Yoga's Foundation Course and is a member of the team that organises the Devon Yoga Festival.

Jules is also active in the local music community and in 2002 composed the opening music for the Queen of England's Golden Jubilee celebration in Exeter Cathedral. She holds four university degrees in music and still performs occasionally including accompanying some of the Bhakti Yoga concerts in the area.

For more information about Jules, please visit her website www.yogawithjules.co.uk
or call 07446 968994

 

 

Jenny Hulin

Jenny has been practicing yoga for the last 30 or more years and teaching Iyengar yoga for the last 11 years. She studied in India in the 1980s and has been involved in complimentary therapies for many years and is also a reflexology practitioner.

Jenny is a member of the Iyengar Yoga Association (IYA) and regularly attends workshops with senior Iyengar teachers,

As well as running Spanish yoga holidays Jenny runs regular yoga classes in
Sidmouth and Exeter in Devon, she brings a wealth of knowledge to her classes and is known
for her friendly, caring and cheerful approach to teaching.

Contact Jenny on 01395 519628 or email jennyhulin1@gmail.com


 

 

 

Julie Bladon

Julie has been practicing yoga for the past fifteen years and uses yoga to not only develop the physical body but also to remain alert, focused and calm. She is also interested in how yoga and Lomi Lomi can both facilitate change enabling individuals to take positive steps forward in their lives. The practice of Pranayama and Hatha Yoga (the root of all yoga styles) enabled her to discover and develop the sacred link between the Mind, Body and the Breath and she realised how each of these influence a person's well being and life.

She was awarded the title of 'Yoga Shiromani' or the Crown Jewel of Yoga by the Sivananda Yoga and Vedanta Centre, one of the strongest practicing yoga lineages in the world, after completing her Teacher's Training Course in Madurai, India, where she studied classical Hatha Yoga, Pranayama and Vedanta.

She has studied in the UK and at Mette's Institute in Queensland, Australia. Having completed the 'Intensive Hawaiian Lomi Lomi Bodywork and Healing' course plus the 'Advanced Bodywork' course she has studied full body massage; Huna energy balance systems, using the Polynesian energy points of the body; Huna philosophy & meditation for healing and relaxation; pregnancy massage; Polynesian floor work; joint and bone massage.

Julie returned to Mette's Institute in 2012 to complete the 'Rites of Passage' course which focuses on deepening the understanding of the connection between body, mind and spirit. Including deep tissue work and working with the emotional releases which may occur during massages. As part of her continued development Julie has also trained with Papa K, Hawaiian Kupuna (elder), on the Big Island, Hawaii. The training included Lomi Lomi massage, Hawaiian herbal medicine, Breath of Ha (ancient Hawaiian healing system), body reading and adjustments.

Outside of work Julie is dedicated to the pursuit of inexpensive world travel, exploring other cultures and experiencing life as fully as possible!

Julie hosts regular Yoga Nidra Rest and Restore weekend workshops at the Lotus Loft, please see the workshop page for more information and dates.

Contact Julie on 07754 983498 or email info@juliebladon.com

 

 

Roberta Hutchins

I teach what I call gentle Hatha yoga. My teaching is greatly influenced by my interest in mindfulness practices from Buddhism and practicing a form of Tibetan yoga called Kum Nye. My classes are essentially a form of mindful movement focussing on an awareness of the breath and incorporating hatha yoga postures. I have been teaching yoga since 2011. As well as my regular classes at the Lotus Loft I enjoy teaching a group of young adults with varying disabilities at the West of England School and College for Young People with Little or No Sight.

I began practicing yoga in 1997 and for many years attended a weekly class with a wonderful teacher. I thought at that time that I would like to be a yoga teacher but considered it out of the realms of possibility and decided to study massage and reflexology and then went off to University to study herbal medicine. I have been practicing as a Medical Herbalist since 2004.

My first yoga teacher passed away and I did not attend yoga classes for a couple of years. I began to notice all sorts of old health problems creeping back and decided that yoga was a crucial part of my wellbeing. I returned to my yoga practice and quickly decided that it was the right time in my life to study yoga more deeply. I embarked on the Devon School of Yoga foundation course which inspired me to continue onto their Teacher Training Course. My favourite pastime is furthering my yoga studies by attending workshops and retreats. I am currently taking a detailed online course in Yoga Anatomy with Leslie Kaminoff and have been inspired by attending workshops with Donna Farhi, Debbie Mills and Gretchen Faust.

Contact Roberta on 07747 030629 or email roberta.hutchins@zen.co.uk
or visit www.herbalpractice.co.uk



 

 

Isabelle Luterbacher

Iyengar yoga is a practice that has the potential to benefit all those who wish to try it. At the beginning the emphasis is on the physical body, something that is easy to grasp. The physical benefits of yoga are numerous and affect all systems of the body, helping to bring balance where there is imbalance and misalignment. Even those who view yoga as a merely physical practice will benefit enormously at this level. However, the potential of yoga is greater still. As we begin to use the mind to work more skilfully with the body, the mind too receives the benefit of becoming more aware, more sensitive and the beginning of Self-knowledge takes place.

Since completing her Yoga Teacher Training in 2003, Isabelle has trained intensively with Senior Iyengar Teacher Glenn Ceresoli in London, Switzerland, Italy, Norway and Germany and has already completed his Level 1 Iyengar Teacher Training in Australia and Level 2 Teacher Training in India.

Isabelle teaches regular monthly weekend workshops at the Lotus Loft, please visit the workshop page for more information.

Contact Isabelle on 01626 867057 or email i_luterbacher@hotmail.com
or visit www.gaiatreeyoga.com






 

 

 

Tania Rose Fox

Tania’s interest in yoga dates back to her teens and she developed a self-taught home practice back in 1995 whilst studying philosophy at university. She maintained this over the next decade, whilst travelling and working all over the world, also exploring a growing interest in eastern philosophies such as Taoism and Buddhism. For a decade, Tania’s main teacher was Duncan Hulin, and she eventually trained as a yoga teacher with him. For a time, she immersed herself in the Ashtanga Vinyasa system of yoga, seeking out American Ashtanga pioneers David Williams and Nancy Gilgoff, as well as Andrea Durant, more locally. Her practice and teaching have continued to evolve since then, and a month on Maui, Hawaii in 2015 proved deeply transformative and profoundly liberating, opening up a new path which she’s continued to explore since then – through Jennifer Lynn’s Wisdom Flow Yoga classes, and aspects of indigenous Hawaiian spirituality.

Tania offers a range of weekly Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes, combining mindful awareness of breath and body with flowing dynamic sequences of postures to create a moving meditation. Her wish is to help her students learn how to cultivate internal stillness, learn to balance greater strength with more openness and flexibility, open up their hearts and experience a deeper self-knowledge and acceptance, a deeper connection with themselves. She also offers a diverse range of seasonal workshops, ranging from dynamic styles such Vinyasa Flow and her own holistic approach to Ashtanga, to more gentle, restorative sessions including Yoga Nidras.

Tania qualified as a yoga teacher (Dip DSY 500 hours) with the Devon School of Yoga, and is a member of the Independent Yoga Network. She teaches several weekly classes around Exeter, and regular weekend workshops. She taug

ht Holistic Ashtanga Yoga at the Devon Yoga Festival in 2016 and will return in 2017; she also taught yoga and gave massages a yoga retreat in Thailand during the winter of 2016-17.

Tania is also a qualified Thai Yoga Massage therapist, having trained intensively with the Sunshine Network in northern Thailand and in March 2017 is taking her advanced training with Hadadi Thai Massage school in Portugal. She offers Thai massage treatments with a Hawaiian flavour (weaving in a little lomilomi learned while in Hawaii) and one-to- one yoga sessions - contact her for more details.

Email Tania at tania@holisticashtanga.com or visit www.holisticashtanga.com

 

 

Nikki Cassap

Nikki discovered her love of yoga in 2001 and has been practising ever since. Her journey started in Ashtanga yoga, then lots of pregnancy and restorative yoga whilst having 4 children and a break from more physically challenging practise. A few years ago she came across Jivamucti Yoga where she discovered a natural love for chanting. Always keeping her practise separate from her work of group exercise and fitness classes she decided to bring the two together in 2009 and so completed a 2 year yoga diploma to take her yoga teaching and practise full-time.

Teaching fitness classes in studios at gyms, Nikki noticed that many participants needed to stretch more and by taking time to stretch properly they would have a greater sense of well-being, so her yoga classes started with the idea to promote a flexible body to athletes and fitness participants. From here practise grew, delving more into the spiritual side of yoga and chanting became a keen focus in her classes.

Nikki now teaches not only physical practise but chanting and breathe work to awaken the whole body’s energy. You can expect her vinyasa flow class to be a strong yet fun, awakening practise, with chanting to cleanse the spirit and asana to inspire positive change.

“Yoga brings balance and calm every time I practise and for the simple love of yoga I teach to inspire this in others”.

Contact Nikki on 07733 226277 or email nikkid77uk@yahoo.co.uk


 

 

Laurie Cunningham

Laurie first discovered yoga 16 years ago initially starting to practice at home to videos for purely physical reasons. As the years went on Laurie felt the mental, physical and spiritual benefits of yoga and the yogic lifestyle has become a massive part of her life. Throughout various periods in her life, practicing yoga has consistently been a grounding and supportive way of being that has enabled her to deal with situations with strength and clarity.

Over the years Laurie has travelled to various countries to practice yoga and most notably India. It was in India that yoga became firmly entrenched into her being and she knew that all of the amazing skills that she was learning she wanted to share with others.

Through the practice of yoga Laurie believes that it is possible to heal oneself and that what you learn on the mat will help you so many ways in your everyday life.

Laurie has completed the 500hr Teacher Training with Devon School of Yoga and is currently studying a Diploma in Cognitive Coaching and Mentoring through The Institute of Counselling.

Having tried various disciplines of yoga one style that has particularly resonated with her is Prana Flow a style founded by world renowned teacher Shiva Rea. Laurie completed a four day intensive Rasa Vinyasa Teacher Training with Shiva in 2014.

Laurie is also a qualified Traditional Indian Head masseur and qualified with the Bristol School of Holistic Therapies.

Contact Laurie on 07817 673064, or email yogessencelife@yahoo.co.uk

 

 

Alice Chapman

Alice is a yoga teacher and yoga therapist specialising in pre and post-natal yoga. Her classes offer a safe, nurturing and supportive space for women to explore the experience of pregnancy, birth and beyond.

Alice has been teaching yoga since 2008 and has studied and trained in India and the UK. She is a teacher trainer for the Devon School of Yoga and also teaches on the school’s post-graduate yoga therapy course.

Alice did her initial pregnancy yoga teacher training in 2010 with Jane Mackarness, she then went on to train as a yoga therapist with the Devon School of Yoga. In recent years Alice has focused on her young family and continued her training in pre and post-natal yoga with Uma Dinsmore Tuli.

Her approach to yoga and life is strongly influenced by her practice of vipassana meditation as taught my SN Goenka.

Contact Alice at alicec01@hotmail.com

 

 


 

 

Wendy Brooking

I liken the practising of yoga to the learning of mathematics in that you learn how to add up in the classroom but you apply the learning whilst out buying the groceries. With the practice of yoga you learn the ability to be able to bring your body and mind in to a state of equilibrium in the yoga studio and take that knowledge out in to your every day lives.  It is in your every day life that your practice can serve you best.

I believe that everybody can practice yoga and that every body can meditate. It has been said that I teach 'Doable' yoga, as did the teachers of long ago, I use gentle movement and alignment to prepare the body to be able to be able to fall into deep embodied meditation. 
I practice and teach Scaravelli inspired yoga. It is a gentle, yet demanding, form of Hatha yoga, which focuses on developing core strength through releasing tension thus creating flexibility.

My teaching also draws on my wider knowledge of:
More traditional Hatha yoga,
Yoga Nidra (some times know as Yoga Sleep) and my practice of Buddhist Meditation.
I run retreats which focus on achieving and sustaining well-being through yoga, meditation and healthy diet.

I look forward to meeting you.

Contact Wendy on 07870 578431 email yoga@wendybrooking.net
or visit www.wendybrooking.net

 

 

Natasha Gerolimatos

Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, I first discovered yoga over 10 years ago during a busy semester at University. I was initially drawn to the practice for the physical challenge and the effects it had on my body, but very quickly I discovered a deep sense of peace and calm that I had never experienced before. Throughout the next few years as life got increasingly busy, I found myself practicing yoga on and off, but I would always seem to end up back on my mat - and every time, it felt just like coming home.

I went on to pursue graduate school and a career as a counsellor working in mental health and addictions. Yoga got me through the challenges I would face in my work and my personal life. I couldn't believe the space that was opening up for me, in my body, my mind and my heart. I made the decision to train to be a yoga teacher in a sudden moment of clarity following an inspiring community yoga class, during a difficult time in my life. I absolutely knew in that moment that this was the right path for me and it has turned out to be a life-changing experience.

I made the move to Devon two years ago, and I love that I'm able to continue to pursue my passion for teaching yoga in a new community. Having fully experienced the positive impact of yoga on my own life, I believe in the power of yoga to heal and transform each of us, and it is such an incredible gift to be able to share this practice with others. In my classes, you can expect a strong physical practice, with the focus always on using the breath to achieve a deep level of awareness, inner peace and freedom. My aim is to make the ancient teachings of yoga relevant to our everyday lives. I always encourage students to listen to their bodies and tailor the practice to their own individual needs – you are your best teacher! My belief is that yoga should be a fun, explorative and introspective journey that is accessible to everyone, and my hope is that my passion for this practice shines through in my teaching and inspires other!

Contact Natasha on 07741 470052 or email natashayuleyoga@gmail.com

 

 

Emma Jaulin

Emma has a simple passion and that is to share and inspire from an authentic self. To help you find balance in everyday life on and off your mat, to find a happy medium which is sustainable, to help you learn, grow and fall in love with your self.

Emma found Yoga over 10 years ago, and formed a love hate relationship. The more she visited Yoga the more she learned about herself and how to deal with the up and down cycles of life. For many years Emma has been fuelled by a strong yang practice, yet as her personal practice has strengthened, Emma has found a love for Yin, offering greater depth and personal enquiry into her physical, emotional and spiritual practice.

Emma has studied under some amazing international teachers including Karl Straub, Jamie Clarke, Dulce Aguilar, Tara Stiles, Lois Pimentel, Allan Pimentel, Sunny Richards, Peter Clifford and Layananda Saraswati. Emma teaches Hatha, Vinyasa, Strala and Yin, and in March is headed to India to study Mandala & Shamanism. She has a very easy going style of teaching, she is super welcoming and her classes are fun, relaxing, informative yet challenging. Emma approaches movement rather than postures, with ease and creativity allowing for full expression of your body not a pose or alignment, connecting with our bodies through effortless movement and exploration.

Emma loves to chat about all things Yoga and Wellness so feel free to shoot her any questions!

Contact Emma on 07595 202715 email emmajaulinyoga@gmail.com
or visit www.emmajaulinyoga.com

 

 

Georgia Stuart

I grew up with an Anglo-Indian mother who was the first person to introduce me to some of the basic principles of yoga philosophy. Unsurprisingly, I strongly rebelled against it all as a teenager but gradually these principles began to make more and more sense in my life.

The physical practice of yoga found its way into my life initially as a weight loss tool but it wasn't until an experience of stress and ill health took hold that yoga became the tool I needed to help me find balance, well-being and a sense of calm that I had never experienced before. It was at this point that yoga became a true part of my life.

I am inspired by many types of yoga and yoga practitioners. From the local studios here in Exeter run by amazing and committed yogis to the social media and YouTube teachers. There is so much to learn and so many people with knowledge to share. Within my own practice I love strong styles of physical yoga including Ashtanga Vinyasa and Vinyasa Flow, however I am finding myself drawn to a more holistic approach of teaching with a strong emphasis on meeting the needs of individuals.

I am currently enrolled on the Devon School of Yoga 500hr training course following on from successful completion of their foundation course. I have also studied with Kino MacGregor in Manchester and continue to attend regular classes and workshops in and around the Exeter area.

Contact Georgia on 07455 839433 or email georgia@georgiastuartyoga.co.uk



 

 

Andrea Durant

Andrea began her career as a classical dancer progressing through the Royal Ballet School to the Royal Ballet Company aged 18, to Principal Dancer at Scottish Ballet. Having succumbed to career threatening injuries, and having had some success at treatment via acupuncture, Andrea trained as an acupuncturist and a masseuse and began practising yoga regularly. The conclusion to Andrea’s career in dance coincided with dramatic changes in her personal life, so along with physiological therapy she explored psychological therapies, qualifying as a counsellor in 1983.

Based in London, she practised yoga with a number of powerful teachers of various traditions and qualified as a yoga teacher via the BWY in 1992. Andrea cites her main influences as Shandor Ramete (Iyengar), Swami Vedantananda (Satyananda), Guru Dharam (Kundalini), David Swenson and John Scott (Ashtanga Vinyasa), Clive Sheridan (An independent yogi with special awareness), James Seddon (who was a remarkable man and her mentor), Anna Le Gallois (a remarkable woman and faith healer), and Godfrey Devereaux, for whom she taught Ashtanga Yoga at the Life Centre, (now known as Yoga Campus), in London. Andrea was one of the original teachers on their teacher training courses and she currently instructs on the Devon School of Yoga teacher trainings and runs her own Foundation Courses through the BWY.

Andrea has run retreats and workshops throughout the UK and applied yoga as a therapy for children, adults living with HIV, and adults who have been tackling addictions. More recently, alongside her yoga, she has been working on a Masters degree on Mindfulness, at Exeter University and enabling young adults with learning difficulties to live independently within the community.

Contact Andrea on 07894 301019 or email andreaclairdurant@gmail.com

 

 

Andy Kerr from Revolution Massage Therapy

I first became interested in massage and alternative therapies back in the 1990s, following a long period of injuries and having received a number of different treatments. The importance of good body dynamics and energy flow became clear in maintaining posture and reducing the risk of unnecessary damage to the body.

Following university and working and travelling around the world, I lived and raced in Europe as an elite-level cyclist, receiving sports care at the highest level. During periods of injury and towards the end of my career, I began learning from and training with some of the top massage and sports therapists in cycling, eventually applying to to others the techniques I had received myself.

Returning to England, I completed my formal studies at Oxford, and currently hold the highest level of qualification available in the UK in Clinical Sports and Remedial Massage. I now live and work in Devon, running Revolution Massage Therapy based in Exeter. Appointments at The Lotus Loft are available according to the schedule, and please feel free to contact me for any further information.

Contact Andy on 07792 613580, email info@revolutionmassage.co.uk
or visit www.revolutionmassage.co.uk

 

 

 


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