S2 E8 Zion Tauamiti – Nurturing Wellbeing Amongst Māori Youth

In today’s conversation Rob and Ken are joined by Zion Tauamiti, Samoan born and raised in Christchurch, New Zealand where he currently lives to this day working with young people as a wellness chaplain.

At the age of 33 Zion suffered a cardiac arrest and subsequently went into
coma for six days. As a result of this life changing event, Zion was inspired
to start an organization called Healing Song Pese Wairua in order work with Maori and Pacific young people with the aim of increasing their well-being that is undergirded by the Māorian values of
Whānau which emphasizes connection with family.

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Intro/Outro music by skinfiltr8r.

Rumors of Doing Good: S2 E8 Zion Tauamiti – Nurturing Wellbeing Amongst Māori Youth

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