YOGADEVON: Yoga Classes in North Devon


Welcome to YogaDevon. My name is Naomi Chunilal and this website, YogaDevon is about the yoga classes, workshops and complementary therapies that I offer in North Devon.

I am a yoga and meditation teacher, registered with the British Wheel of Yoga, with over twenty five years of practice experience; also a professional and experienced therapeutic bodywork practitioner and complementary therapist.

Yoga Classes

YogaDevon offers yoga classes and workshops across North Devon for all ages and abilities. As you practice yoga, you will explore your emotional and physical edges within mind and body, opening up to find more wellbeing, vitality and ease to take with you into your life off the yoga mat. My teaching objective is to inspire, support and guide you to deepen your understanding and insight in the reflection of your yoga practice.

Complimentary Therapies

At YogaDevon, I offer therapeutic bodywork treatments including clinical aromatherapy, holistic massage, reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Reiki. These can be a powerful catalyst to support you on your journey of self-healing and wellness.


At YogaDevon, I also facilitate workshops through the year across North Devon: Seasonal yoga, Mindfulness, Reiki attunements, Reflexology, Massage, Meditation; also Hatha, Yin and Heart Vinyasa flow yoga workshops to develop different aspects of your practice.

Author of ‘the Mindful Mother’

Also, the author of ‘The Mindful Mother: a Practical and Spiritual Guide to Enjoying Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond with Mindfulness,‘ published by Watkins Publishing (2015), available at Amazon and Waterstones.

‘The Mindful Mother’ offers simple guidance and inspiration to support you through pregnancy, labour and into early motherhood. Through meditation and awareness techniques using Buddhist and yogic practices, you can cultivate a mindfulness practice through the ups and downs of being a mother. A lifeline to women who want to understand the paradox of ‘I really love my baby and family but….” and consciously grow into their mothering life.