büddhi methodology

büddhi is 2 distinct forms of movement working together to create a more balanced you.

Built to suit your needs.  The most flexible and complete program designed to meet your skill level and help you stay consistent. 

lets goooo!

get all goosey' n' loosey
y'all know büddhi got the #1 tools
we got your back

treat yourself to a lil' Stretchy-poo. we simplified & modernized yoga...
come 'n' stretch yo' mind & büddhi...
so relax, bruh

the only workout
you’ll ever need.

bruh, this workout is nuts!
a total body a**kicker & it mos' def checks all the boxes! ruh

How to do that?

This project uses Client-First v.2 by Finsweet.

1. Copy & Paste css snippet into an embed element placed in your project, save it as symbol and put on every page where you want to apply this effect.

(You can also copy the animated-gradient_embed symbol—found in page-wrapper—directly into your project.)

2. Add .animated-gradient class to any text element you'd like to have this effect applied or to its parent div.

3. Change values if you'd like to use different colors, rotation, or timing of your animated text.

<style>
.animated-gradient {
background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(125deg, #f2291b, #f7db25, #84f527);
-webkit-background-clip: text;
-webkit-text-fill-color: transparent;
-webkit-animation: hue 15s infinite linear;
}@-webkit-keyframes hue {
 from {
   -webkit-filter: hue-rotate(0deg);
 }
 to {
   -webkit-filter: hue-rotate(-360deg);
 }
}
</style>

“I love the online classes. I alternate between FlowLIFT and Yoga because it truly is the perfect combination for both strength and stretching! I love büddhi!”

Dilanka Kriel De Beer
Chilly Mcgill
New York City, ny
Check our Erin' büddhi experience, she loves her FlowLIFT workout gear and her weights

{good work, dudes}

How to do that?

This project uses Client-First v.2 by Finsweet.

1. Copy & Paste css snippet into an embed element placed in your project, save it as symbol and put on every page where you want to apply this effect.

(You can also copy the animated-gradient_embed symbol—found in page-wrapper—directly into your project.)

2. Add .animated-gradient class to any text element you'd like to have this effect applied or to its parent div.

3. Change values if you'd like to use different colors, rotation, or timing of your animated text.

<style>
.animated-gradient {
background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(125deg, #f2291b, #f7db25, #84f527);
-webkit-background-clip: text;
-webkit-text-fill-color: transparent;
-webkit-animation: hue 15s infinite linear;
}@-webkit-keyframes hue {
 from {
   -webkit-filter: hue-rotate(0deg);
 }
 to {
   -webkit-filter: hue-rotate(-360deg);
 }
}
</style>

{good work, dudes}

How to do that?

This project uses Client-First v.2 by Finsweet.

1. Copy & Paste css snippet into an embed element placed in your project, save it as symbol and put on every page where you want to apply this effect.

(You can also copy the animated-gradient_embed symbol—found in page-wrapper—directly into your project.)

2. Add .animated-gradient class to any text element you'd like to have this effect applied or to its parent div.

3. Change values if you'd like to use different colors, rotation, or timing of your animated text.

<style>
.animated-gradient {
background-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(125deg, #f2291b, #f7db25, #84f527);
-webkit-background-clip: text;
-webkit-text-fill-color: transparent;
-webkit-animation: hue 15s infinite linear;
}@-webkit-keyframes hue {
 from {
   -webkit-filter: hue-rotate(0deg);
 }
 to {
   -webkit-filter: hue-rotate(-360deg);
 }
}
</style>

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