The controversial reality-TV star then followed up with another post where she showed off her toned derrière.
She captioned the daring snap saying she preferred "people a little bit damaged" including "those with the rough edges" and that "don’t fit the norm".
The stunning photos and motivational words come after Tash revealed she was hospitalised before the MAFS reunion due to her deteriorating mental health.
Speaking to Sydney Confidential, the finance analyst said she was taken to The Royal North Shore Hospital ahead of the show's finale, admitting viscious Instagram trolls pushed her over the edge.
"My neighbours called because they were worried I was going to harm myself. I was taken in an ambulance and I was released within a couple of hours," she said. "If I left without doctor’s approval I would have been taken into police custody. I’m out now and taking some time to myself."
Halfway through the experiment, Natasha and her husband Mikey Pembroke were sent packing after numerous scandals caused her to spiral out of control.
“I have had a lot of things happen in my past, which were brought up on the show, which is the reason I left,” said Natasha the beaten-down reality star, adding producers coerced her into revealing intimate details about her upbringing.
“Things happened in my childhood, which I didn’t want brought up. I was just anxious. Childhood trauma is nothing we can control and it was wrong of them to bring it up. So after parents day, I was crying in the toilet with my mum for like an hour and a half. Afterwards, they filmed Mikey coming back saying 'let's try and do this' but I was already too tired. After that, I just shut down."
Speaking to WHO online exclusively about her time on the controversial series, Natasha said she felt alone and unsupported.
"You don't have adequate support. It was horrible and I wish it on no one," she told us over the phone. "I would recommend drinking battery acid instead of going on MAFS. They're providing help for us now and giving us six free sessions with a psychologist because of the uproar we've caused. But in the experiment, I felt so alone."