BUTI YOGA

Buti Yoga is a tribe of empowered women who support each other in their quest for health and happiness. The movement methodology is drawn from primal movement, tribal dance and ancient yoga techniques to awaken the Shakti energy and free the mind. “Buti” is a Marathi Indian term for “the cure to something that’s been hidden away or kept secret.” Buti is a practice of going within to discover your true power and full potential. It becomes the cure to any previous disillusionments of fear, lack, or weakness.

The group energy of a Buti class is truly unique. You’ll find yourself shouting out along with the instructor, who you can expect to give plenty of hoots and hollers throughout class. It’s motivating! It’s fun! It’s high energy, and while it’s definitely challenging, you’ll be having such a blast, the class (typically between 60-90 minutes long) will fly by. This is definitely not an ordinary yoga practice. From the music to the attire and infectious group energy, Buti won’t be like a typical yoga class either! Buti is all about moving to the beat, so the songs are all about the beat, too.


BUTI SCULPT

 

 

 

HOT CORE

uti Sculpt® Sculpt® builds long, lean muscle with HIIT (high intensity interval training). HIIT kicks the body into a heightened metabolic state + optimizes the body's ability to burn fat through maximum heart rate + maximum effort. Sculpt® optimizes the body's metabolism, balances hormones + enhances cellular repair for up to 36 hours beyond the time of workout.

 

HotCore® utilizes the Spiral Structure Technique® to engage the deep muscles of the core. Broken into pre-sequenced sets to maximize muscle toning, look and functionality, Hotcore® is the perfect add-on class for students looking to enhance core strength or push the limits of their yoga practice. Students practice in socks to facilitate fluid “drag” or friction creating resistance. The majority of movements in Hotcore® build deep core strength best accessed through an exaggerated tucking of the pelvis and intentional rounding of the spine. In between sets, students move to restorative yoga asanas to stretch and lengthen.