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Choreographer, performance artist and holistic healer Tatiana Zamir explains why more than 300 million people suffer from depression around the world—and why she does, too. With alcoholic and drug-addicted parents, and her father incarcerated for most of her life, Tatiana says she felt her sense of self being crushed at an early age, and grew up “a really sad child.” In adulthood, though, she learned that joy is a virtue—a spiritual quality that allows us to tap into our higher self—and discovered a spiritual path to happiness, intentionality and self-fulfillment. Listen to the podcast on SoundCloud.
Tatiana Zamir is a choreographer, dance instructor, performing artist and holistic healer. Tatiana earned her BFA at UCLA in the World Arts & Cultures Department with an emphasis on dance. She continued her studies in holistic body therapy at the Institute of Psycho-Structural Balancing, also...