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My name is Leslie Nicole Harmon. I am a traditional naturopath (N.D.) and a holistic wellness lifestyle coach, as well as a Certified Reflexologist. I began my journey with Temple Keepers in 1998 in Atlanta, GA out of a personal health challenge that I was trying to manage. My journey to obtain balance and wholeness in my mind body and spirit has evolved over the last 20 years. I am very passionate about educating the universal community on the importance of nutrition and our health, along with avoiding toxic food ingredients, toxic skin-care products, and cleaners. I am currently serving the private and public sectors as an alternative holistic wellness practitioner, touch therapy practitioner, vegan raw food chef, soy candle evangelist, and natural skin care product artisan. 

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Juneteenth has become the most well-known celebration for the ending of slavery in the United States and is viewed by some as America’s second Independence Day. But the history of this important celebration is complex and often misunderstood.

Juneteenth isn’t a straightforward story of emancipation, nor did it necessarily improve conditions for many African Americans the next day or even the next decade, according to Erin Stewart Mauldin, the John Hope Franklin Professor of Southern History at USF St. Petersburg and an expert on the Civil War and Reconstruction.

“Juneteenth is neither the beginning nor the end of something,” Mauldin said. “The end of the Civil War and the ending of slavery didn’t happen overnight and was a lot more like a jagged edge than a clean cut.”

Dating back to 1865, the holiday commemorates the day when 250,000 slaves in the state of Texas, which became the last bastion for slavery during the final days of the Civil War, were declared free by the U.S. Army.

SOURCE: University of South Florida.


At Temple Keepers, our focus remains steadfast on ensuring you're equipped with the latest nutritional and wellness insights to uphold a harmonious lifestyle. 

Recognizing that life experiences can weigh heavily on our bodies, causing stress that affects both our health and our subconscious relationship with food and exercise, is crucial. However, by fostering love and mindfulness towards our bodies, we open the door to a reciprocal relationship where our bodies thrive in response.

I offer personalized guidance through a 12-week journey, structured into three distinct phases, designed to initiate profound health transformations. If you're prepared to take charge of your well-being, take the empowering step today and schedule a FREE consultation with us.

 Peace and blessings to you all.


Excellence in service is the priority of Temple Keepers. Our goal is to create an engaging lifestyle experience for you that will enhance your health, mind, and spirit while bringing balance to your well-being. 

Temple Keepers provides natural and simplistic alternatives to your health and wellness concerns. Our bodies are designed to naturally heal itself. With that in mind, we provide prevention and wellness education that empowers the consumer to make wise choices in food and healthcare management. Your health is your wealth, and maintaining balance in your life and your family’s lives is essential to your collective well-being. Temple Keepers seeks to serve the community by providing services and products that bring balance to your mind, body, and spirit. We provide detoxifying and stress-reducing modalities to bring balance to the body.


We make hand-poured aromatic soy and beeswax candles that render a peaceful ambiance to any room. Our candle vessels (containers) have a unique designer look that enhances the decor of any room. 

We create handcrafted natural soaps made with organic, natural ingredients that are gentle and non-toxic for your skin.

As we shift our focus to the practice of lifestyle management we are offering our skincare products as special orders only. Our base skincare products that we will continue to offer our handcrafted soaps, insect repellent, butter bars, and hand sanitizer.  


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