As we gear up for the start of the debut Fact3 Teacher’s Retreat, the schedule is getting full, the menu is having the final touches put together and Robala Lodge is getting some final renovations in time for opening. In amidst the rush and excitement we chatted to medical doctor and yogi Anesu Mbizvo about her yoga and wellness journey.
Can you tell us a bit about yourself, your experience, qualifications and interest in your topic?
I am a qualiﬁed medical doctor and yoga instructor. Currently I am working in corporate and teaching yoga at retreats, corporate events, yoga studios and private homes. I am hoping that this year I will be able to quit my job and start to teach yoga on a full time basis. I am extremely interested in yoga therapy and alternative health and am hoping that when I teach full-time it will also be in a healing role. I would like to use 2018 to become a certiﬁed yoga therapist and to delve into plant, Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine. It is my dream to open up my own wellness centre or alternative medicine hospital so I am hoping that this retreat might connect me with other like-minded individuals. Taking the leap to quit your job is quit a frightening one and so I am hoping that this retreat will be that extra push that encourages me to take the leap and perhaps even offer alternatives for work that I can do once I have made that step.
Sounds fantastic! At Fact3 Retreat we share many of the same dreams. What would you like to offer people attending the retreat?
I would like to offer a 45min yin yoga class. I fuse short massage, aromatherapy and music with my yoga and would love to share this with all of you.
Get in Touch
We’re really excited about getting to know Anesu more and collaborating on future wellness endeavors. Do you have a passion for alternative health and wellness? Why not join us at the Fact3 Teacher’s Retreat from the 19th-21st of January to connect with your tribe.
To follow Anesu’s work, find classes or inspiration on healthy living follow her on Instagram @freedohm_yoga or visit the Freedohm Yoga webpage at www.freedohmyoga.org.