Maati Sanovia Haleemah Muhammad is a committed yogini, community activist, performing poet and passionate speaker. She is the founder of Ka Vibrations Yoga, offering Goddess workshops, retreats and certifications.
She is a Shaktii Yogini, offering a platform that serves the empowerment of women. You can expect High vibrational gatherings, at any of her offerings. She has chosen the title of Maati, because of her path is to uphold the principles and traditions of the Ancient Goddess of ancient Kemet, Maat. Some of these are balance, righteousness, truth and harmony. She believes that the power of women, when awakened, is magical.
Sanovia Muhammad, is a Retired Registered Nurse. She serviced the community in this profession for 30 years, primarily in Labor and Delivery. She is the womb mama of six and the community mama of many more. She also has seven biological grandchildren at the time of this writing. This is her 1st book and probably, she says her last. This book was an endeavor of love orchestrated by the untimely murder of her mama, Dr. Vergie Rasheedah Muhammad.
In addition to what has been said, recently I climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. It was the last adventure on my bucket list and my 69th birth day gift to myself.
On October 20, 2017 I celebrated my birthday at Stella Point the second highest point on the mountain (15,000 feet) It took me 8 days to get up there. It was a challenge, a huge accomplishment and something I could not have done without the financial support of family, encouragement of friends and the legacy of winning against the odds left by the ancestors.
A Metaphor for Living