Welcome to the Dorchester Yoga and Therapy Centre

Guidance Update on the Corona-virus

 Following the advice and recommendations of the Government, NHS and Public Health England the centre is closed. We miss you!  And we are still working.

We are doing classes online. It’s good. If you are interested have a look at the ‘Online Classes’ page (look in the main navigation or follow the Online Classes link further down the page.

Many of our therapists and counsellors and teachers are continuing to work online. You can contact them directly for details (find their details on the Teachers and Therapies pages).

 

Online classes

Six days a week, using Zoom, Skype etc.
They’re great!


Explore our therapies

Many of our therapists are working online – if you are interested, please contact them directly (their details are on the therapies page)


We are in the centre of Dorchester with two large, fully equipped yoga studios and two therapy rooms.

We offer a range of classes, including yoga, tai chi and pilates, at different times of the day to suit different abilities and interests. We have a great range of experienced teachers offering different yoga disciplines for all interests and abilities.


If you are new to yoga and need some advice on what type of class would suit you, look at the classes page for more information, or the list of teachers, or contact us directly and we will be happy to help.


Latest news

March 2020 newsletter

Welcome to our March newsletter, Our fabulous Kim Mackie has just come back from the first fortnight of her Holistic Yoga Therapy Training with the Krishnamacharya Healing & Yoga Foundation. Here she is receiving her introduction pack, with her class group, and showing off her wonderful henna-ed hands. What a journey Kim, we wish you…

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February 2020 newsletter

Welcome to our February newsletter. February can be a difficult month for many people, with cold dull days and nothing to look forward to, and a seemingly long wait to brighter days. But for me the longer days, and lighter evenings and the appearance of the first Spring flowers reminds me that we are at…

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January 2020 newsletter

Welcome to a New Year, a New Decade, a New Beginning! January is a great time to make a Sankalpa. Sankalpa is a Sanscrit word. One of its meanings is an intention formed by the heart and mind – a solemn vow, determination, or positive will. In practical terms a Sankalpa means a one-pointed resolve to focus both…

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December 2019 newsletter

We hope you enjoy the end of year festivities. It can be a lot a lot of fun, and it can also take its toll on our wellbeing. We are encouraged to overdo it on shopping, food, drink, merriment, and the pressure of getting it all done. A little indulgence is great and a deserved…

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November 2019 newsletter

Welcome to our November newsletter. In Chinese medicine Autumn is associated with the organ The Lung. The lungs are responsible for bringing clean rich oxygen into the body and removing waste, for bringing Prana or Qi into the body – the primal or vital energy that drives life. Every organ has a partner; the lung…

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October 2019 newsletter

We have got off to a very busy autumn term at the centre. We have a new Kinesiology training in progress with Jane Collison, Finding Stillness with Marj, an Introduction to Meditation is underway, Annabel Fox has just finished a Reiki One training and our teachers are all back from their holidays and our full…

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The Dorchester Yoga and Therapy Centre is run by Sharon Cox-Button. Read Sharon’s biography.