For more than a decade Tasha Saha has dedicated herself to helping people back to their own natural state of balance.
Holistic Practitioner Tasha has trained in Kinesiology, Reiki, and Energy Medicine, as well as undergoing training as an African Traditional Healer. She is a qualified Yoga instructor who specialises in yoga for detoxification, leading daily classes at Detox Retreats, including Detox International. These disciplines have provided her with the experience of working with her clients and students holistically, towards the balance of mind, body and spirit, an undertaking that continues through the launch of the Miöja Skincare range.
Natural Skin Care Having suffered from chronic eczema for a number of years, Tasha came to realise that many conventional skincare products would either exacerbate or barely control the symptoms of the condition. She was inspired to create completely natural skincare products from her own garden, that incorporated not only herbal extracts, but also homeopathic and flower remedies and essential oils, formulated to treat imbalances at their root and bring about healing on all levels.
Plants and People During 8 years of living in relative isolation on a farm on the Bushman’s river in KZN, Tasha’s teachers were the plants in her herb garden. This quiet connection with the natural world led her to develop her own vibrational remedies, and in 2008 she facilitated a course at the Findhorn community in Scotland, famous worldwide for educating and supporting people to live sustainably, holistically, and in harmony with each other and nature.Tasha has consulted for and trained several South African Community projects in the development and production of skincare products using indigenous and European herbs. Miöja still proudly supports one of these; the Vukhuzakhe Muthi Planters Project, through the purchase of their organically grown raw herbals.
Currently Though her origins span three continents, these days Tasha lives a simple life in the idyllic KZN Midlands, South Africa with her three children. When she isn’t out in the woods, she teaches yoga and art in the local community and tries her best at being a business woman.