What is the meaning of “BUTI” ?
Buti is an Indian Marathi word that means “a cure that has been hidden or kept secret.” It was initially used in reference to Ayurvedic herbs considered jadi buti.
“ Is it BOOTY?”... “No but it will give you a great ass!”
Women are societally taught to seek external validation or ways to heal themselves. We believe the only true cure comes from within. The practice of Buti Yoga helps women strip away the layers that hide this cure and bring about total transformation.
“Buti” Yoga resembles the traditional forms of yoga taught in the East. In traditional Eastern yoga, intense emphasis is placed on moving the body through deep abdominal contractions while practicing pranayama. We begin each class with a series of movements that activate kundalini energy, energize the body, and generate heat in the core to protect the spine. Kundalini is a concentration of feminine energy that lies dormant at the base of your spine. also referred to as shakti, a female deity responsible for creation. in yogic text it is said that specific pranayama, or techniques of breath control, conjure the kundalini or shakti energy up the central channel to merge with the shiva. Like the shakti, shiva is a potential energy concentration that lies just below the crown charkra. Shiva is a Hindu deity responsible for destruction and creation. It is said that when the body is aligned properly through asana and the pranayama practice has reached a certain level of competency, the shakti mixes with the shiva and one has a “kundalini awakening” experience.