Tatiana is introduced to Transcendental Meditation training directly with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi during his visits to Canada. This is also the era Tatiana first began reading the text and spiritual teachings of A Course In Miracles.
Studying for her degree in Fine Arts, colour therapy the focus, within the heritage of her renowned artist and architect grandfather Robert Savery, Tatiana’s love of the arts was nurtured. Highly sought after, her paintings have auctioned for charity, receiving thousands towards charitable causes. Enjoying a life long gift Tatiana continues creating paintings, her pieces held in collections in North America, Europe, Australia and Asia.
Tatiana also taught at Kwantlen College in Vancouver, B.C., both in art and the sharing of knowledge, techniques and tools, along with ancient wisdom for connection to Spirits natural guidance for creativity; this being her only true Spirit’s purpose facilitating the space for connection.
Tatiana went on to study Interior Design and Fashion Design, seeing the connection between life, creativity, and the implications of beauty within art and design upon the human psyche. During the late 1980’s Tatiana began training in natural medicine spending time working with integrative doctors and naturopaths using some of the first frequency technologies in El Paso, Texas and Juárez, Mexico health clinics.
Upon return to Vancouver, Canada from these clinics Tatiana began working with AID’s patients implementing colour therapy and healing interior design for palliative care patients and hospices.
Her continued study of Nutritional Sciences, working with one of the top Naturopathic clinics in Sydney, Australia, fuelled her ongoing education and research. Through her studies Tatiana learnt many modalities including Biomedical Engineering, Quantum Mathematics, Epigenetics, Body Energetics, NLP, Heart Math, Kinesiology, Energy Psychology, Holistic Counselling and Integrative Nutrition Health Coaching.