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Enjoy a peaceful day of relaxation in Attleborough

14:50 16 March 2012

Relax and unwind at a Relaxation Day on Saturday, March 31.

Relax and unwind at a Relaxation Day on Saturday, March 31.

Copyright 2010 Kelsang Rinzing

Relax and unwind at a Relaxation Meditation Day on Saturday, March 31, 10am-5pm.

This relaxation day, at the Amoghasiddhi Buddhist Centre and Oasis World Peace Café in Attleborough, is designed to help cultivate inner peace through guided meditations and simple, brief teachings – helping you to feel refreshed, energised and ready to take on the world.

Includes a delicious vegetarian lunch. Cost: £20

For details and to book, call 01953 451937 or visit www.amoghasiddhi.org.uk

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