What does shakti mean?
In yoga, the word shakti means “power” and “divine feminine,” usually in reference to energy. Shakti empowers us to be luminous, radiant, creative, and in-flow with the universe.
What Is Shakti Flow Yoga?
Shakti yoga blends dance or free movement with traditional yoga poses. It wasn’t created by a single individual so it doesn’t have a clear lineage or strict rules, but instead, it’s inspired by the creativity and self-expression concepts of shakti.
Shakti Flow strives to honor and enhance the sacred and divine feminine energy in a world largely dominated by Shiva energy. Shakti is often associated with the ability to express and create. There are a lot of circling movements and stimulation of the second chakra — or “sacral chakra” located in the lower abdomen — to unleash that creativity.
Below what we can physically see, these movements are cleansing and opening
our chakras, building solid foundations while nudging us to step out of our comfort zones. In turn, we re-emerge more confident, vibrant, and more aligned
with our divine feminine energy. Shakti means power or empowerment,
which is what our practice inspires within us. This practice will challenge you no matter what your experience in yoga or fitness, guaranteed to shake up and
Awaken the inner Goddess that resides within us all.