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        What to Expect?

        In each seasonal workshop there will be a focus on specific trigger points located along the related meridian lines with yin postures to compliment.

        In Autumn: the associated organs are Lungs and Large Intestines.
        In Winter: Kidney and Bladder.
        In Spring: Gall Bladder and Liver.

        Chinese philosophy suggests two forces exist, yin and yang, or internal/external so it makes absolute sense to treat both. If we focus on each of the meridians within the seasons we are offering not only internal support but the external assistance to our body. MFR offers a holistic approach to spirit and body.



        Spanda School, 203 South Terrace, South Fremantle

        Sundays 10am – 12pm

        Autumn workshop: 19th March

        Winter workshop: 30th July

        Spring workshop: 5th November


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        10% Spanda Member discount & Repeater discount applies

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        $60 – Single workshop

        $110 for two workshops

        $150 for all three workshops

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