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Restaurant review – Casa Naranjo, Shrewsbury

Casa Naranjo, Barracks Passage, Wyle Cop, Shrewsbury, SY1 1XA (Tel: 01743 588 165) Casa Naranjo is a relatively new family run tapas bar right in the centre of Shrewsbury. Following success with their first Tapas Bar in Bridgnorth, Alfonso and Emma … Continue reading

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Helen Barker Day on Saturday 11th June 2011

Helen Barker Day on Saturday 11th June 2011 at Radbrook Community Centre, Shrewsbury, Shropshire and will run from 9.30am till 4.30pm. Structural Yoga Therapy (SYT) is a form of Classical Yoga compiled by Mukunda Stiles that focuses on adapting the … Continue reading

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Review – The Shrewsbury Coffeehouse

5 Castle Gates,  Shrewsbury, SY1 2AE, England (01743 242610) Open Mon-Fri 7.30am to 9pm and at 8am – 9pm The  Shrewsbury coffeehouse is a new european style neighbourhood cafe next to the station in Shrewsbury. The licensed coffeehouse serves up … Continue reading

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Restaurant review – Mirage Mezze, Shrewsbury

Mirage Mezze, Units 27/28, Shrewsbury Market Hall, Shoplatch, Shrewsbury, SY1 1QG (Tel: 07760 537448) Mirage Mezze brings a delicious authentic taste of the Middle East to Shrewsbury. Nestled in a corner of Shrewsbury Market Hall, this 25 seater cafe and … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 8 = Samadhi

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Samadhi is … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 7 = Dhyana

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Dyana is … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 6 = Dharana

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Dharana is … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 5 = Pratyahara

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Pratyahara is … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 4 = Pranayama

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). Pranayama is … Continue reading

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Patanjali’s eight paths of Yoga 2 = Niyama

Traditional Yoga, as set out by patanjali in his Yoga sutras, consists of eight ‘paths’. The first five are called  bahiranga sadhana (external aids to Yoga), and the last three are called antaranga sadhana (internal aids to Yoga). In my … Continue reading

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