Welcome to the Dorchester Yoga and Therapy Centre

 

International Yoga Day: Free events all day: Tuesday 21st June

Soon we will reach Mid -Summer; the longest day of the year, and the day that yoga is celebrated all around the world.

All our classes are free on International Yoga day.

We will list them here soon 🙂

We hope you will come along and join us and bring your friends and family!

Classes in the centre

Courses & Workshops

Explore our therapies


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, qi gong 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.

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


Latest news

Therapist Jane Collison

Hi, I’m Jane Collison and I’m really excited to join the team of therapists at DYTC. I offer Systematic Kinesiology, Meridian Aromatherapy Massage and Nutritional Therapy. I work with high-quality, …
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July 2017 newsletter

Welcome to our July newsletter. We hope that those of you who attended our International Yoga Day on the 21st June enjoyed your class. Phew that …
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Yoga Sutra of Patanjali – Pranayama

The fourth step is Pranayama. The word is composed from two Sanskrit words: Prana: meaning life force (noted particularly as the breath), and either ayama: to restrain or …
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June 2017 newsletter

In this month’s newsletter I introduce the third of the 8 limbs of yoga described by Patanjali. As ever, please check out the studio calendar and classes pages on the …
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Yoga Sutra of Patanjali – Asana

Asana: more commonly translated as posture, is derived from the Sanskrit root “to stay” “to be” or ”to sit”. Last month we looked at the first …
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May 2017 newsletter

In this month’s newsletter, I introduce the first two of the eight limbs of the yoga sutras: yama and niyama. As ever, please check out the studio …
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April 2017 newsletter

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March 2017 newsletter

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Therapist Naturopath Sarah Burt

In 1996 I started studying Naturopathy in Sydney and have been practicing ever since. I was drawn to Naturopathy because in essence it simply means ‘Nature …
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