TIBETAN RITES – A UNIVERSAL LIFE SAVER FOR LIKE-MINDED GYM HATERS

TIBETAN RITES – A UNIVERSAL LIFE SAVER FOR LIKE-MINDED GYM HATERS

 

In these challenging times when many of us are confined to our homes, we need to keep fit and healthy, and exercise
should always be part of our daily regime.

Before I go any further and and at the risk of sounding self-righteous, I have a big confession to make – I hate going
to the gym
.  I loathe exercise bikes, weights, running machines, I detest pilates, reformers and yoga bores me to tears.

So, I have had a major dilemma.  Just recently since being in semi-isolation, I’ve noticed bits of me were starting to
droop – some more than others, and I felt I should start trying to get gym fit without setting foot in one.!

I have been thinking there must be a way …and then

I remembered – the Tibetan Rites.

The Tibetan Rites worked for me several years ago on many levels and I loved doing them – which for me is a first
where any form of exercise is concerned.  So, in the past week, I have taken myself in hand and started practicing
them again.

Time to chant

The Rites take around 10/15 mins a day max and you can do them anywhere! They’re easy to achieve and the
results are astonishing including increased energy, weight loss, better memory, new hair growth, pain relief,
better digestion, and generally feeling great! Who needs the gym? They are quick and simple and if I can keep
them up then so can you!

So where did they originate? Hidden in the remote reaches of the Himalayan mountains lay an ancient secret.
Generations of Tibetan monks passed down a series of exercises with mystical, age-reversing properties known
as the Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation, or the Five Rites.  These once-secret exercises are now available for all to
use by way of Colonel Bradford, a mysterious retired British army officer who learned of the Rites while journeying
high up in the Himalayas.

Legend has it that the monks practicing the Tibetan Rites looked years younger and sustained optimum health well
into their eighties and beyond.  These five ancient Tibetan rites can also make you feel and look younger and are
the perfect solution for gym and exercise haters like me!

So, for once I would recommend – do try this at home – and you will benefit hugely from this ancient practice and
will never look back.

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Songs For A New World – Stream Direct To Your Home

Songs For A New World – Stream Direct To Your Home

Songs For A New World


Available via stream.theatre from 21 to 28 February 2021 direct to your home!


‘It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice… or take a stand… or turn around and go back.’

*****
‘A tear-jerking, heart-pumping winner’
Broadway World

*****
‘Each song even more inspiring than the last’
Theatre Weekly

*****
‘Hard to believe it could be done any better’
Musical Theatre Review

Watch the trailer here:

Songs For A New World

Filmed during the first UK lockdown, entirely in isolation and on the artists smart phones, Séimí Campbell directs Rachel John (Hamilton), Ramin Karimloo (The Phantom of The Opera), Cedric Neal (Motown the Musical), Rachel Tucker (Come From Away) and newcomer Shem Omari-James, with musical supervision by Adam Hoskins, musical direction from Josh Winstone and video editing by Danny Kaan.

Written by Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown and sitting between musical and song cycle, this moving collection of powerful songs examines life, love, and the choices that we make as it transports audiences through time and space.

Don’t miss your last chance to catch this critically acclaimed ‘virtual lockdown production’ as it streams again for a week this month – book your tickets today.

Watch at a time that suits you!
Available worldwide and on demand until 28 February 2021.

Running time: 1 hour 45 minutes
Tickets: £15* plus £3 transaction fee

Get your tickets here at https://www.stream.theatre/season/46


Cookalong Pancakes With Reza Mahammad This Shrove Tuesday

Cookalong Pancakes With Reza Mahammad This Shrove Tuesday

 

Reza is best known as the flamboyant and highly entertaining TV chef, with an encyclopedic knowledge of Indian food. He has received high praise for his last three Food Network series Reza’s African Kitchen and Reza, Spice Prince of India and Reza, Spice Prince of Thailand/Spice Prince of Vietnam.

He has made recent appearances on BBC’s The One Show as guest chef and judge for the UK Food and Farming Awards and guest chefs for ITV’s This Morning.
The British Curry Awards awarded Reza the special recognition award 2015 for his contribution to the UK curry industry.
Reza’s Indian Spice was published with Quadrille to much acclaim, winning 2nd prize in the Gourmand World Cookbook awards (Indian section) and Editor’s Pick in The Bookseller. Drawing from his encyclopaedic knowledge of Indian food, Reza combines Indian and Western flavours to stunning effect, delivered in his informal, humorous style.
Reza cut his televisual teeth on Flavours of India in 1993/4 but he really came into his own as co-presenter with Sanjeev Bhaskar on Delhi Belly in 2001 for UKTV. The much talked-about series is still being repeated on air to this day and has lost none of its popularity. In 2002 Channel 4 came looking for the next big star for their hugely popular series A Place in France and found it in Reza Mahammad. This resulted in the completion of the next two series,A Place in France II and III. Reza’s relationship with UKTV resumed with Coconut Coast in 2003 and was followed by United States of Reza in 2004.
Reza has a wealth of experience on the food festival circuit, headlining most recently at The Good Food and Wine Shows Durban, Cape Town, Jo’burg, Kuwait Food Festival, The Taste of Dubai, Taste of Abu Dhabi, Leicester Food Festival, Russia Food Festival as well as BBC Good Food Shows. He is scheduled to make appearances at the Fantastic British Food Festivals this year.

Below you will find all the ingredients needed to follow Reza at home for his delicious recipe for
‘Ricotta pancakes with spiced red and golden plums’

Follow along with Reza in this exclusive video

Ingredients                                      Serves 4

250g ricotta cheese
2 eggs separated plus I whole egg
25g unsalted butter melted plus more for frying
40g sugar
½ tsp vanilla paste/extract
finely grated zest of 2 oranges
50g plain flour

For the spiced plum compote

250ml water
225g caster sugar ( add 25g more if the plums are not too ripe and sharp)
3 star anise
Juice of 2 oranges
½ tbsp finely grated ginger
¼ tsp salt
200g ripe red plums cut into halves remove the stone then cut into wedges
200g ripe golden plums do the same as the red plums
A squeeze of lemon juice optional  (if the plums are very sweet)

 

Reza has a highly regarded cookery school in South West France, Chez Cartier, where he teaches and hosts international clients, showcasing his vast repertoire of cuisines and flavours.

 

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A Valentines Day Treat – Chocolate Shortbread

A Valentines Day Treat – Chocolate Shortbread

 

Enjoy these simple shortbread biscuits dipped in a lovely chocolate coating.
Easy to make and will keep for a week in an airtight container
Delightful with your favourite hot drink on your own or with a loved one.

Makes 18 shortbread biscuits

Total time required Total time: 55 mins
Preparation time: 35 mins
Cooking time: 20 mins
Other time: 30 minutes chilling time.

 

Ingredients
125g salted butter
50g caster sugar
180g plain flour
100g dark chocolate, broken into chunks

Method

Preheat the oven to 180ºC/160ºC fan/Gas 4

Put the butter and sugar into a bowl and beat until creamed together
Add half the flour and mix well. Add the remaining flour and, using your hand,
bring the mixture together and knead lightly until a smooth dough is formed.

On a floured board roll the mixture into a 20cm square. cut it into fingers using a knife
or cutter, re-roll any trimmings.

Place on a baking tray and prick with a fork.

Bake for 15-20 minutes until very lightly browned. Cool biscuits on a wire rack.

Put the chocolate into a small bowl over a pan of gently simmering water.
When the chocolate has melted, remove from the heat,
or melt in the microwave stirring occasionally.

Dip each shortbread finger into the chocolate, shake off the drips and place on baking paper. leave to set.

Enjoy

 

Extra Twists :

Whilst the chocolate is still warm sprinkle grated orange zest or chopped macadamia nuts.

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From South East London to the Six Nations  – The Unlikely Journey of Musician, Rodney Earl Clarke

From South East London to the Six Nations – The Unlikely Journey of Musician, Rodney Earl Clarke

MANTRA is a song for our times: A statement of intent to overcome prejudice through togetherness…

MANTRA is the closing track of Voices for Reconciliationa Contemporary Requiem (see below). The track was especially written for Rodney Earl Clarke. ‘Mantra’ is a statement of intent to overcome prejudice through togetherness, a parallel to the unifying message promoted by the world of sport. The song explores Rodney’s extraordinary vocal range and allows him to express the message as a figurehead narrator, inspiring the audience to come together and strive to make a genuine difference at a crucial point in history; a time where we can build the World we wish to live in. Rodney’s voice calls for a ‘better world together’, a “safe and equal space” where all can “raise their heads with pride”. Sport has an essential role in realising the goal of creating a “Mantra” to live our lives by, elevating voices from throughout society in the process, Rodney is the ideal Ambassador to promote this message with his work, not only as a distinguished Musician, but also as an advocate for racial equality. 

On Saturday 13th February, Rodney will sing the National Anthem at Twickenham Stadium ahead of the Six Nations clash between England & Italy.

Rodney Earl Clarke – Baritone

Hailed by Gramophone as a “singer to be watched”, Rodney Earl Clarke is recognised for his versatility in performance. Born is South East London, Rodney enjoyed performing at an early age.

Encouraged by his Jamaican parents and surrounded by three brothers and a sister, Rodney knew from early on that his singing voice was to be a huge part of his life.

From his days as a choir boy at St. George’s Cathedral in Southwark to being a baritone at home with the music of 1930-1960 Broadway, Rodney has appeared in many shows including Carmen Jones at the Royal Festival Hall, London, Jude Kelly’s award winning production of Bernstein’s On The Town, Kenneth Branagh’s epic film version of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Sondheim’s 80thBirthday Celebration Prom, The Broadway Sound BBC Prom with the John Wilson Orchestra, Jake in Gershwin’s Porgy & Bess under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle and Crown in Porgy & Bess under the direction of John Doyle with the Royal Danish Opera in Copenhagen. He starred in Raymond Gubbay’s popular show Crazy for Gershwin which regularly toured the UK and also performed many times on BBC Radio 2 Friday Night Is Music Night, most notably in the David Jacobs Tribute Concert alongside Michael Ball, Gary Williams and Hannah Waddingham.

Having overcome the challenges of having a stutter, Rodney also devotes his time to helping others who face challenges in their communication and speech, using the power of singing to guide them towards greater fluency and confidence in his online platform Singing Speaking.

Anthony & Gaynor Sadler – Composers

Anthony and Gaynor Sadler are one of the UK’s most renowned composing teams. Both are graduates of the Royal College of Music London. Anthony studied Composition & Harmony with Herbert Howells, Guitar with Michael Jessett, Advanced Composition and Improvisation Techniques and Aural Training with John Lambert and Conducting with Dr Ruth Gipps; Gaynor studied Singing with Redvers Llewellyn and Margaret Cable, Piano with John Lamport, Repertoire with Sir Roger Vignoles, Advanced Composition, improvisation Techniques and Aural Training with John Lambert.

During their career they have worked with many of the great film directors: Ridley Scott, Tony Scott, Mike Newell, Jon Amiel, Martin Campbell, John Dykstra, Ken Russell and Michael Radford, to name a select few.

Anthony & Gaynor have written the sound-tracks to over 3,500 Television Commercials and have won scores of awards for their work including 16 Golds, 36 Silvers and 24 Bronzes across D&AD, BTAA, LIAA, Creative Circle and Royal Television Society, several Clios and Cannes Lions, Gold & Silver Discs, an Ivor Novello (Nomination), a Sony Radio Gold and a BAFTA.

Anthony and Gaynor have worked on hit records as writers, producers and guest artists, with such British acts as Kelly Marie, Talk Talk, Spandau Ballet, ABC, Yes, Orange Juice, Brian Kennedy, Rock legend Suzi Quatro; French Stars Alain Barriere and Francis Cabrel; Spanish Superstar Juan Pardo, Japanese Chart Institution Seiko and the ‘Golden Voice of Prague’, Karel Gott.

Voices for Reconciliation

Created by Award-winning Composers Anthony & Gaynor Sadler, Voices for Reconciliation is a Contemporary Requiem; an original recording and concert work mixing text, songs and poems spanning three millennia and drawn from different cultures, continents, and epochs. In line with its message promoting Universal Reconciliation, the music is a tapestry of sound woven from Classical, Contemporary and Global influences.

Voices for Reconciliation is of approximately 90 minutes duration and scored for 4 Vocal Soloists plus a Narrator, Chorus & Orchestra.

Voices for Reconciliation is ‘Accessible Opera’: Produced and performed to the highest standard, it is suitable for use in Education, with Youth Groups, Choral Societies, on the Concert Stage, in the Theatre and places of Worship.

Voices for Reconciliation is Classical music that is available to all.

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