The 2012 Second Edition of Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America acclaims: "…the raw food movement owes much to Dr. Aris LaTham, a native of Panama. He is considered to be the father of gourmet ethical raw foods cuisine in America. Dr. LaTham debuted his raw food creations in 1979, when he started Sunfired Foods, a live food company in Harlem, New York. In the years since, he has trained thousands of raw food chefs and added innumerable recipes to his repertoire."
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Mut Shat Shemsut-Gianprem Kaur is a Ra Sekhi (Kemetic Reiki) Master and Teacher, having studied with Master Teacher Rekhit Kajara Assata Nebthet in Oakland, California. She has served as editor for many of the books published by the temple. MutShat is a certified Kundalini Yoga and Meditation instructor. After eight years of practice, she began study with Krishna Kaur in Los Angeles, receiving her Level 1 certification in 2008, and later becoming a certified Y.O.G.A. for Youth teacher under Krishna’s tutelage. Level 2 Kundalini Yoga and Meditation certifications were acquired under lead trainer Gurucharan Singh Khalsa in Espanola, New Mexico and at Kundalini Yoga East in New York, with Sat Jivan Singh and Sat Jivan Kaur. Mut Shat gives her clients the benefit of both transforming modalities, assigning personalized Kundalini yoga meditations to address individual needs as determined by the Ra Sekhi (Kemetic reiki ) sessions. She sees students and clients at her Bronx location, In Light Yoga and Health. Mut Shat Shemsut is a member of African Holistic Health Chapter of New York.
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