Businesses Owned By Khabonina Qubeka. Khabonina Qubeka is a choreographer, professional dancer, health and fitness trainer, and a television personality. She has inspired many who wish to maintain their body shapes and embrace healthy eating as a lifestyle. In 2017, she won best actress at the Boston International Film Festival Awards and was nominated as best actress at the Florida Film Festival and Best Actress at the Africa Movie Academy Awards for her role as “Dora” in Dora’s Peace. She also played the role of gangster Nina Zamdela on the SABC 3 soap opera Isidingo. Below are some of the businesses owned by Khabonina Qubeka.
Afro Yoga Workshops
In 2018, she launched her own Afro Yoga concept in Hong Kong and received a City University award of the highest honour of a professional creative for the world from the director of City University Mr Wilson Lam and YogaRaj himself. She said she was warmly welcomed by the students at the varsity as she introduced them to Afro yoga. “Everyone practices different yoga. Basics are the same but we all add our taste. I add the African taste. My choreography is advantageous because I would add a bit of our dance moves. They like that I add the South African twist,” Qubeka told Sowetan Live. After conducting her workshops, she visited yoga studios around the city. “The use of space is amazing there, yoga studios are very small but when you are inside you wouldn’t feel it,” she said.
Actress Khabonina Qubeka is determined to take the world of skincare products by storm with her range of natural soaps and recently launched tissue oil. Taking to Instagram, Khabonina revealed that the latest addition to the Khanatural range had dropped. It’s called the Sea Buckthorn tissue oil for your face and body. “My team & I won’t rest till we make you look & feel good the most natural way. Our #Khanatural story is nourishment from within. We always need oil that balances oily skin & nourishes dry skin,” Khabonina told TimesLive. She added that the Sea Buckthorn tissue oil could be used to treat several things including scars, stretch marks, eczema, acne and protect skin from sun damage.
Dance to Fitness
Khabonina also runs different community projects, like the “Dance to Fitness” in different locations in and around Johannesburg. She told Befordview Edenvale News that the reason she started the Dance to Fitness project was because many people want to be fit but they don’t like going to gym and sometime they simply don’t have the time. “I realised that going to gym is not possible for a lot of people because we lead such busy lives and people just don’t have the time. The DVDs are helpful because people can do the exercises at home, using the things you already have in your home,” she said.