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MFR SNACKS

MFR SNACKS

Get deep releasing techniques (MFR) delivered to your inbox throughout October, to settle into Autumn feeling less tense and more connected. All for free!

READY TO ROLL AROUND ON SOME TENNIS BALLS? 

WHY MFR?

The end of summer can be a huge time of winding down. After the busy rush of summer, we can choose to carry on, until we reach the Christmas break exhausted (no judgement if you choose to do this) OR we can recognise our tension and stress and do something about it. 

 

By taking part you'll learn some simple MFR techniques that you can use on your OWN time to release tension. 

Not sure what MFR is? Click here to get in the know....

HOW WILL IT WORK?

New techniques will be released directly into your inbox weekly throughout September & October.

Just look out for an email from me, each including some more in-depth information about the practice for those of you who like to geek out (like me!)

 

And don't worry if you missed one, I'll be sending my mailing list all of the videos again in case they get lost. 

MFR is a practice for everyone, anywhere, so tell your friends, family, even your dog to join us by signing up FREE below!

Hello!

I'm Tash - an avid walker (especially with dogs), marmite fan, and lover of the outdoors. . Thank you for being here.

 

Since I took my first yoga class in 2010, my relationship to this practice has changed a lot. One of the biggest lessons I have learned is that everyone's practice is beautifully different and evolving. But most of all it is deeply personal

For me, Yoga is a toolbox for life that guides us to live in a more aligned way (and have fun exploring our bodies while doing it!)

My days consist of teaching yoga to adults and children in schools, studios and 1-1 settings. It is a privilege to work with diverse communities in my work, and I am passionate about making your yoga practice work for you. 

As a teacher, that is what I hope to share: this powerful reconnection to your own body and mind, in a fun, accessible way.

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