September 2022 Newsletter

We hope you have had a wonderful Summer and maybe like us, enjoyed yoga, tai chi or pilates in some different or unusual locations. We would like to share some of our photos with you:

Phew! Yoga never stops!

As we settle down to our Autumn routines, and come back to our weekly classes we have lots of changes to share here at the Dorchester Yoga and therapy Centre.

Nikki Oakley is established in her Re.Form Pilates studio. If you haven’t seen her yet, pop your head around the door and say hello, she is very happy to explain all that goes on behind the poster!

We have two new teachers: Helen Daniel and Rosy Kearney. A warm welcome to them both.

Helen is offering Yoga for Blokes which is exactly what it sounds like! Rosy is a newly qualified British Wheel of Yoga teacher and she is taking over the Beginners Yoga Class on a Friday morning at 9:00. Jez Culley was teaching this and is taking a break in beautiful Croatia; we wish her wonderful travels and thank her for all her teachings.

There are quite a few changes to the timetable from September onwards so check it out to see what is on and make sure your favourite classes are still where you thought they were.

We are always open to suggestions if there is something you don’t see and would like.

All our regular workshops are back, the gong baths and sound baths, yin, restorative and Iyengar with a few new special events too!!

As ever, the details are below and in the calendar – please check it!

With best wishes from Sharon and all the teachers and therapists at Dorchester Yoga and Therapy Centre

New classes starting in September

Yoga For Blokes with Helen Daniel

Beginners Yoga with Sharon Cox-Button

Beginners Yoga with Natasha Hope

Gentle Yoga with Helen Heger

Qi Gong and Tai Chi with Tim Button

Beginners Yoga with Rosy Kearney

Classes, Courses and Workshops: September

Breathing and Yoga Nidra with Sharon Cox-Button

The Yoga of Healing with Dr Kausthub Desikachar

Gong Bath with Arianna Puran Udini

Menopause Workshop with Kim Jones

Restorative Yoga For Deep Rest with Tracey Boast

Iyengar Workshop with Cheree Low

Mini First Aid with Sue Fisher

Reiki Share with Wrio Russell

Better Balance Standing Pilates Workshop with Sharon Morgan

True yoga is not about the shape of your body,
but the shape of your life.
Yoga is not to be performed;
yoga is to be lived.
Yoga doesn’t care about what you have been;
yoga cares about the person you are becoming.
Yoga is designed for a vast and profound purpose,
and for it to be truly called yoga,
its essence must be embodied.
~~ Aadil Palkhivala ~~