What Is Buti Yoga?


What Is Buti Yoga?

Buti yoga is a fusion of three disciplines that, in principle, have nothing in common: yoga, twerking and African dance. Those who have tried it say that it is very addictive and that, in addition to making you sweat a lot. And replacing mantras with dance steps may be a change to take into account: if you are looking for a sport that will have fun, tone you up, and make you feel better about yourself, Buti Yoga is ideal for you.


It's also a lifestyle

For its creator, Bui Yoga serves to complement a healthy lifestyle that involves, according to her:


  • Eating clean with a diet that excludes gluten.
  • Not counting the calories of the food you eat, if it is healthy.
  • Stimulate the elimination of toxins by applying heat to the abdominal area.
  • Substitute alkaline water for regular water.
  • Do not overdo cardio exercises, and always combine them with yoga to help the   elongation of the muscles.
  • Have a positive attitude towards life. 


In a session of between 60 and 90 minutes, you can lose between 500 and 600 calories, in addition to toning the whole body, especially the abdomen, buttocks and hips.


But this form of yoga is not only intended to change your outward appearance and bring you benefits at the physical level, as it is also beneficial at the psychological level. In India, the word Buti is used to talk about the healing of something hidden. 

In Buti Yoga classes, a connection with oneself and with mother earth is sought through the choreography and movements of African dance, to the sound of energetic music that activates you instantly. 


For this reason, the balance between mind and body is achieved, characteristic of yoga in any of its variants. 


You can practice it at home

Since its creation, Buti Yoga has spread to more than 22 countries around the world. And, in addition, Bizzie Gold herself teaches online sessions from her website, so you can train without leaving your home.


Working the core muscles

Buti yoga teaches to work the core muscles, the central area of the body (abdominal-dorsal-lumbar girdle), through a multidimensional approach, which includes both the muscles responsible for body movement and those that serve to stabilize the body. 

While some traditional exercises focus on developing only the abdominal muscles, Buti yoga strengthens and tones the dorsal and lumbar muscles.


Based on activating and controlling every muscle in the abdomen, this program includes tribal dances and plyometric exercises to restructure the abdominal wall, eliminate body fat, and sculpt the figure.


The best exercise, say the experts, is the one that does not bore or exhaust too much because it will be easier to maintain in the long term. 

The Buti yoga classes, which last between 60 and 90 minutes, combine cardiovascular training, toning and stretching, fusing movements inspired by Miami Booty Dance, Brazilian Baile Funk, or African tribal dances, with Hatha yoga postures and plyometric exercises, which, according to Bizzie Gold, helped her recover her figure after the birth of her daughter.


In the United States, there are numerous centres in which classes of this discipline are taught. However, online courses and DVD's with various training plans are also offered on the website of its creator because the exercises can be performed at home, another of its significant advantages. 

In addition, the programs include dietary proposals to improve eating habits and facilitate weight loss for users.

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