Mona and Tanya are back together after Raw Food & Soul Adventures Retreat in Ecuador and want you to experience a mini morning retreat of your own in London.
Begin the day with a pre-workout digestive shake, as Tanya demonstrates how you can make your own at home.
Learn what crucial ingredient you need to start your day for ultimate energy and digestion. Hint: it isn’t protein.
Then let Mona guide you through a flowing yoga practice that will massage you from the inside out.
This practice will focus on conscious twisting to fire up the digestive and circulatory systems which have been hibernating for the past colder months. Experience release of blockages in the body that also lead you to mentally de-stress and relax.
Finish off with an organic raw brunch feast at Tanya’s, that includes detox shooters, cold-pressed juices, sprouted grawnola with personalised superfood sprinkles, gluten-free living breads and spreads, as well as spiced digestive teas. Tanya will share some of her top tips on assimilating nutrients from your food and explain the best order to enjoy a bloat-free meal.
WHEN | 9am-12pm Sunday 18th January
WHERE | myhotel Chelsea / Tanya’s, 35 Ixworth Place, SW3 3QX
TRANSPORT | District, Circle or Piccadilly Lines. South Kensington or Sloan Square Station. See map here>>
FEE | £69pp and includes the mini demo, pre-workout shake, yoga workshop, meditation session and a full organic brunch feast at Tanya’s.
Spaces are limited to 16 people only, so please book via PayPal below:
Hi, I’m Tanya Maher, a wellness coach, chef, author, Reiki do Satori master healer, and a renowned raw food and detox expert. I was born in Russia, raised in New Zealand and now live in London, where I’m super lucky to have been hailed by various magazines as the UK’s leading wellness coach. I’m the founder of Better Raw, co-founder of Tanya’s Cafe in Chelsea, creator of Amazon’s #1 best selling DVD ‘Raw Food 101′ and author of numerous eBooks, all available here on www.BetterRaw.com.
Mona Heep is German born Londoner, bringing inner peace to its many residents. Everyone who’s ever attended Mona’s classes fall in love with her energy and her sincere pleasure in helping you with movement, strength and injuries, while improving your overall physical and mental wellbeing. After beginning her practice several years ago, she quickly developed a passion, completing her teacher training, as well as a Masters degree focussing on food politics. Mona’s yoga classes focus very much on the essence of yoga, the relationship between movement and breath which calm the “mind stuff” that stops us from enjoying life to the fullest, cluttering our thoughts with the past, future and internal blocks that don’t serve us in the present moment.