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Sihat-e-Jismani (Health & Fitness) Department


The Holy Prophet Muhammadsaw said, there are two blessings of Allah if man does not care for them it is his loss, one is health, the other is time of leisure. (Bukhari)


Health includes not only diet and exercise but also our overall mental and spiritual well being. Oftentimes, with work, family and Jamaat responsibilities, we find little time to focus on our health or set realistic attainable goals. Let us make sure that we make our health a major priority while always keeping in mind that the strongest medicine and healing can be found in our faith.


"And when I fall ill, it is He who restores me to health." (26:81)


The verse means that we fall ill because of our own weaknesses and mistakes, and health is bestowed upon us as a blessing from Allah.


What's New In Sihat-e-Jismani (Health & Fitness)


 Health Talk: Free Web and Phone Conferences for all Lajna members.

National Lajna Sihat-e-Jismani Department has coordinated with Lajna AMMA members a series of health talks for all Lajna members. Please make your best effort to attend and benefit from these informative health sessions.  


Upcoming Health Webinar 

   Date: 01/09/18| Time: 8:30 PM, EST

                  Topic: “This day have I perfected your Religion for you…” (5/4)

 Click to download the presentation

The presenter of this Powerpoint should use the notes that accompany the slides.

 The notes to go with this Powerpoint: [Download here]


Presenters: Sadr Lajna Ima'illah - USA - Saliha Malik Sahiba

Reminders for Health Webinar Attendees: 


  So that everyone can listen to the presenter without disturbance kindly ask your members to attend to the following:    

  • Please join the Webinar on time - the moderator waits 5 minutes for everyone to join.
  •  If you have to join late please do not introduce or announce yourself  
  •  Mute your phones: smart phones press mute, other phones press *6 

  •  Please stay till the end: the moderator will end the program formally   


Hosted by Chicago East Majlis on May 14th, 2016

By the grace of Allah, the West Midwest Region held their Annual Regional Meena Bazaar & Health Fair at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (AMC) Center in Chicago, Illinois. The program was scheduled from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM with registration/breakfast starting at 9:00 AM. The day was filled with exciting activities, such as a Meena Bazaar, presentations on health related topics by Lajna members and professional guest speakers, a cardio class held by a fitness trainer, and dessert competition by Lajna and Nasirat. ... [Read more]


Family Wellness Conference

On September 26, 2015 Lajna Imaillah of Milwaukee majilis hosted their first annual wellness  conference in partnership with Hephatha Lutheran Church. Fifteen Lajna members and 27 guests were present at the event. The event was sponsored by several organizations including local banks, a parenting network, interfaith organizations, health-based companies, etc. ... [Read more]

Fort Worth Health Expo and Interfaith Symposium

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Lajna Ima'illah Women’s Auxiliary hosted a Women’s Health and Wellness Interfaith Expo at Tarrant County College on Monday 27th October 2014. The Expo attracted a diverse population of women from different religions, cultures, creeds and races it was a true representation of our mission of unity in diversity...[Read more]


West Midwest Regional Meena Bazaar & Health Seminar

By the grace of Allah, the West Midwest Region held a Regional Meena Bazaar/Health Seminar event at the Grandwood Park District in Gurnee, Illinois on Sunday, May 11th 2014. The program included many wonderful activities, including a Meena Bazaar to fundraise for the Lajna Hall scheme, health presentations, an AWSA poster session, and a fun dessert competition...[Read more]

Lajna Oshkosh Sihat-e-Jismani Picnic May 2014

Lajna Ima’illah held a Sihat-e-Jismani Picnic on May 18 at Menominee Park and Zoo, Oshkosh. The goal was to encourage Lajna to spend more time outdoors during the summer. Every member brought food or beverages including the Nasirat. First, we had our monthly meeting, followed by a 30 minute walk around the park by Lake Winnebago. After the refreshing walk, we enjoyed a hearty lunch of pakoras, sandwiches, bean salad, samosas, corn on the cob, quiche and kashmiri tea etc...[Read more]


Lajna - Boston

 Benefits of Exercise


Exercise is an integral part of a Muslims life 

How often do you exercise?

  •   Daily?

  • Weekly?
  • Monthly?
  • A few times a year?
  • Never! 

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Lajna - Orlando, FL


Raising awareness about the ‘Script your Future’ campaign, February 2013

An Orlando, FL Lajna member (a student at the School of Pharmacy, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine) had an opportunity to help organize and to volunteer at the Manatee County Health Fair as part of the “Script Your Future” campaign. This campaign is an ongoing effort to raise awareness about medication adherence as a critical public health issue. Almost three out of four Americans are not taking their medications as they need to be...[Read more]

  Oshkosh Community Garden  

In June 2012, Lajna Ima'illah Oshkosh adopted a flowerbed at a local community garden. The garden was initiated as a volunteer effort by three college students in an underprivileged neighborhood. A City grant covered the initial setup costs and in return the local community had free access to grow their own food albeit through organic and natural practices. The watering system was also eco-friendly as the garden had access to barreled rain water. Lajna members helped build the wooden flowerbeds with the garden managers and donated young plants for the vegetable patch.



The potted plants included tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini squashes, egg plants, green chillies and various herbs. Despite a very busy summer with Jalsa preparations and guests from overseas, members took turns in the maintenance and watering of the plants. Since it was a very dry Summer, the rain barrels were usually empty, so members made the extra effort to bring gallons of water from home.  

 By the grace of Allah, the Oshkosh Lajna Ima'illah worked hard to share this collaborative experience and thoroughly enjoyed the fresh and healthy produce each week.




  LAJNA LA EAST - Sports Event - May 2012


Badminton, Table Tennis, Snooker, Tug of War, Musical Chairs and Rope Skipping
The competitions were repeated several times to include all Lajna as well Nasirat who attended



Fund Raiser:

A variety of healthy snacks were prepared by members and fund raiser was held. Collections
were made for Syedna Bilal Fund.


78 Lajna Members (48% of tajnid) and 16 Nasirat (64% of tajnid) participated in the Event.

Community Participates in Health Fair 

The women’s auxiliary of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community [Gorgia] held a free community health fair at the Ocee Library in Johns Creek on Saturday.

“The community offers such wonderful opportunities for us to benefit from and to take steps towards a healthier life. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Women’s Association wanted to give back to the community as our appreciation,” said Rehana Khan, Health Fair Coordinator. [Read more Source: JohnsCreekPatch


The Physical Benefits of Salat:

According to a Hadith the Prophet of Islam (peace be upon him) is reported to have said, inna fissalati shifa'a " verily there is cure in salat ". According to a Muslim scholar, as reported in monthly Urdu magazine, Tahazibul Akhlaq, Aligarh, India, a Muslim who offers salat regularly has very little chance of getting arthritis as we exercise our bones and joints while we offer salat.In the light of this Hadith we shall endeavor to describe some orthopedic benefits of salat in this short note.
1. Regular exercise reduces cholesterol in the body. Cholesterol causes heart failures, strokes, diabetes and many other ailments. It is a known fact that people in professions where exercise is required have less amount of cholesterol in their bodies.
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