Yoga is usually known to be a soothing form of exercise, associated with peace and calmness.
Such an idea of practising yoga is, however, turned on its head, when it comes to Buti Yoga.
Founded by celebrity trainer Bizzie Gold in 2012, Buti Yoga is gaining a lot of popularity among international stars, including Julia Roberts and Jennifer Love Hewitt, to name a few.
While this form of fitness regime is known to be equally beneficial for one’s physical and mental well-being, it is quite different from the traditional form of yoga, with its unique amalgamation of high-intensity movements.
Buti yoga is a unique practice, known for it’s cardio-intensive bursts of tribal dance, primal movement, and conditioning. Created by celebrity trainer Bizzie Gold, it’s designed to offer a calorie-scorching, body-sculpting, and dynamic yoga practice.
The word ”Buti” is a Marathi term that can be roughly translated as the ”cure to something that’s been hidden away or secret.”
Buti Yoga is an interesting combination of traditional yoga moves, tribal dance and plyometric exercise which is also known as ”jump training.”
The workout employs the spiral structure technique (SST), a signature strengthening technique which activates all areas of one’s abdominal muscles by using spiral movements, as opposed to linear ones, according to a report in Independent.
Health benefits of Buti Yoga
A 75-minute class of Buti Yoga can ideally burn 800 to 1000 calories. The class is accompanied with pumping music and can be practised by people of all fitness abilities.