Astral Harvest Music & Arts Festival

Buti Yoga - Spiral into your Shakti with DJ Chillier @ THE MANOR

Buti is an Indian Marathi word that means "a cure that has been hidden beneath the surface or kept secret", which is exactly what the practice does for our lives, it heals our bodies from the inside out. Buti is a movement practice that fuses power yoga, pranayama, spiraling and tribal dance into a high energy practice that clears away stuck energy and connects us to our shakti, our divine within. It's a powerful, fun practice that shows each student just how strong and powerful they really are.

This workshop is ALL about moving intentionally to the music, getting out of our heads and into our bodies.
Join Keeley and spiral into your Shakti.

Bring a yoga mat, water bottle and wear movable clothing.

Keeley Stubbs is a 200 hour registered yoga teacher and a professional hoop dance Performer/ Instructor from Grande Prairie, Alberta; who believes every day is better after you unroll your mat, smile and breathe. She first fell in love with movement when she picked up a hoop in 2013, spending countless hours cultivating a movement meditation practice with her hoop and on the mat. In 2014 she started teaching weekly classes for Hip Flick Hoops, which is when she found her passion for helping people discover the power of playful presence. This circle opened new doors to creative self-expression, such as yoga and belly dance. She has since performed at a variety of community events such as the Canada day Fire Show, The Festival of Trees and high profile events such as The Canada Curling Cup, at many music festivals, as well as internationally at Burning Man. In 2015 she started teaching many different styles of Yoga; such as Hatha, Vinyasa, and Kundalini Yoga in the Grande Prairie Area. In 2017 she joined the RAD life where she assists in their 200-hour teacher training's and teaches Buti Yoga, and Kundalini Yoga daily.
Keeley is passionate about mindfulness, movement, and play. When we play we are present; this means we are fully living in the moment letting our bodies move us, which in turn quiets the mind, and it also effortlessly reminds us to keep a light heart. Which is what Keeley believes yoga and life is all about; a connection to the body, quiet mind, and a light heart.
Keeley loves to guide her students through a playful, powerful, dynamic, meditative practice.