25 episodes

Tasha Blasi is an Integrative Fertility Coach, patient advocate, Founder of the Fertilitites Unite Project (FU Project), and mom to two very expensive children. Hudson was round two of IVF and Mila round ten.

After completing her family, Tasha used her experience as well as her background in sciences to solve what gets in the way of a successful pregnancy. All of the answers were a sum of the right Science, enough Space (clear that bulky emotional and physical clutter!) and enough Energy (these cells have to keep reproducing and growing.)

Her integrative program, the FU Project Workshop, provides a customized blueprint for any woman trying to get or stay pregnant with a guarantee of her work.

Recognized as an influencer in the fertility arena, Tasha's achievements with "The FU Project" has earned her the label of 'industry disruptor'. And that is her goal. To help balance the risk/reward equation between the patient and the provider which is extremely lopsided right now. Tasha knows that if she can educate the patient, the fertility provider has to proceed with more transparency and accountability.

The FU Project Workshop's global reach is helping women get educated and empowered before jumping into their fertility journey.

But it does not stop there.

Once these are pregnant and have a baby, the FU Project continues to support women and provide tools to ensure that they have enough Space and Energy for calm abundance in every area of their lives. This is very hard to do with children.

All content is based on science and is presented with an unfiltered, raw, humorous tone.

Check out her podcast and make sure to share your review of the FU Project Podcast!

The FU Project Tasha Blasi

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0, 33 Ratings

Tasha Blasi is an Integrative Fertility Coach, patient advocate, Founder of the Fertilitites Unite Project (FU Project), and mom to two very expensive children. Hudson was round two of IVF and Mila round ten.

After completing her family, Tasha used her experience as well as her background in sciences to solve what gets in the way of a successful pregnancy. All of the answers were a sum of the right Science, enough Space (clear that bulky emotional and physical clutter!) and enough Energy (these cells have to keep reproducing and growing.)

Her integrative program, the FU Project Workshop, provides a customized blueprint for any woman trying to get or stay pregnant with a guarantee of her work.

Recognized as an influencer in the fertility arena, Tasha's achievements with "The FU Project" has earned her the label of 'industry disruptor'. And that is her goal. To help balance the risk/reward equation between the patient and the provider which is extremely lopsided right now. Tasha knows that if she can educate the patient, the fertility provider has to proceed with more transparency and accountability.

The FU Project Workshop's global reach is helping women get educated and empowered before jumping into their fertility journey.

But it does not stop there.

Once these are pregnant and have a baby, the FU Project continues to support women and provide tools to ensure that they have enough Space and Energy for calm abundance in every area of their lives. This is very hard to do with children.

All content is based on science and is presented with an unfiltered, raw, humorous tone.

Check out her podcast and make sure to share your review of the FU Project Podcast!

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

ttc4eternity ,

Run, don’t walk!

Tasha is amazing! Wicked funny and gifted at what she does. If you want to see results in your fertility treatments and fast, you need her in your corner!

lw-home ,

Tasha is amazing!

Tasha is incredible and her podcast is inspiring and interesting. I love to listen during acupuncture.
Tasha is wonderful!

Ben2020Nic ,

Listen up!

For anyone going through infertility or know someone who is, this is podcast is a must! Tasha is super knowledgeable! So glad I found her and this podcast! Xoxo

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