Let Nabila show you how to make delicious brownies! You will need 85g Butter, 200g Light Brown Sugar, 70g Nutella or spread of your choice, 1 large egg, 120g plain flour, 45g oats, 1 tsp baking powder, 90g chocolate chips, 60g chocolate of your choice, a pinch of salt. Presented by AKYSB UK.
The latest Healthy Bytes Podcast discusses cancer support and the impact Covid-19 has had on cancer services.
This 30-minute class is aimed at any level and all ages, designed to sculpt lean muscle, strengthen the core, increase endurance, and kick-start the metabolism. Presented by AKYSB UK
Join a Loving Kindness exercise to help you get in touch with love. Love for yourself, your family, and those around you. This exercise will put a smile on your face.
This session addresses the grieving process and provides understanding pertaining to complicated grief and related challenges. It also provides strategies for coping with the loss of a loved one, as well as tips for supporting bereaved individuals.
Sommes-nous tous égaux sur le plan psychique face à la crise sanitaire? Comment préserver sa santé mentale? Qu’est ce que la résilience? Dr Nigar Ribault, psychiatre, partagera des éléments de réponses à ces questions.
Join the Seniors Portfolio, in collaboration with the Community Counseling Services, for "Thinking and Feeling," an informative virtual program by Dr. Kurban Madhani in Gujrati on living a happy and healthy life. Learn about dementia and techniques on how to prevent it to live a happy life during an elderly age. An important program for the senior members of the Jamat and their families.
Looking at each individual family member’s physical and psychological well-being as well as the quality of relationships between each family member is important in understanding how to promote happiness within a family unit. Presented by AKEB and Youth & Sports Portfolio UAE
This is the final in the series of the UK Thinking Ahead talks, which is on Ageing Gracefully. Listen to Professor Lynda Gratton and Faiz Mitha’s very interesting discussion on how, when, and why to start preparing in today's climate, as we are living and working for longer. Lynda is a Professor of Management Practice at London Business School where she directs ‘Human Resource Strategy in Transforming Companies’, considered the world’s leading program on human resources. Faiz Mitha is a Busines Manager for Deutsche bank and an Australian ex-pat, who migrated to the UK in 2009. He is also the Board member for AKYSB.
Cardiovascular diseases are the number one cause of death globally, taking an estimated 17.9 million lives each year. Hosted by Dr. Samina Somji (Internal Medicine Physician), join Dr. Hussein Bilal (Interventional Cardiologist) and Dr. Louiza Tumaini (Nutritionist) of the Aga Khan Hospital, Tanzania for this tableside chat to learn about heart disease, its treatments, and how to have a heart-healthy diet.
Khaana Khazana is back! Join young chefs from India, Portugal, Germany, USA, and the UK as they whip up a celebratory range of cakes and cookies on the weekend before Salgirah.
Salgirah celebrations continue, so join us for Cake Decorating with Ruhee Momin!
Salgirah celebrations continue the Cake Showcase workshop! Learn the basics of how to bake a cake from scratch with Beena Hassan.
Falls are the leading cause of injury-related hospitalizations among older adults in Canada. Join Alwaeza Dr. Ashnoor Nagji, a family physician, and Neemira Abdulla, a physiotherapist, in a discussion moderated by occupational therapist Aliya Satani. They will share information and preventative measures to keep you and your loved ones safe from falls. This will include a simple balance and strengthening exercises.
Tune in to this Chat Over Chai session by the Women's Activities Portfolio, Tanzania as they discuss the female body and its transition from menstruation and birth control to perimenopause and menopause. Hear Femina Jamal represent all of our questions and get expert advice from Dr. Jane K. Muzo from the Aga Khan Hospital, Dar es Salaam on how women can understand and adapt to these physical changes and live a healthier life.
Le Dr Bilkis Vissandjee interviewe deux conférenciers: le Dr Cécile Rousseau, psychiatre, et Nadira Imambaskh, praticienne experte en psychologie positive. Ces échanges visent à partager des conseils pour mieux faire face aux situations difficiles.
In this webinar, Kerry Lepicek will explore how various factors, such as sinus problems, acid reflux, diet, diabetes, and medications, can affect your mouth and your breath. She will discuss myths versus true causes of halitosis, and talk about simple steps you can take at home to help improve the health of your mouth. Kerry will also review the importance of brushing and flossing your teeth, and having them professionally cleaned by a dental professional.
Join this discussion on the reduction of illness through vaccination, screening, and early detection, as well as nutrition and exercise. Our panelists for this informative session will be Nafisa Merali (Pharmacist/Diabetes Educator and Board-Certified Geriatric Pharmacist) and Dr. Salma Kassam (Family Physician). The session will be moderated by Munira Premji (Health Advocate, Human Resources Practitioner, and Cancer Warrior).
Join Shabnam Jessa and her mother, Yasmin Gaidhar, as they lead a Gujarati and English cooking class, and show us how to make a delicious treat: badam pak. Put on your aprons, and get your mixing bowls ready!

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