UBY Videos


Sat Kriya

A Kriya in Kundalini Yoga can be thought of as an overall theme that uses a series of postures, breath, and sound that work toward a specific outcome or goal. In this video instructor SiriAtma Kaurwalks us through Sat Kriya, which is meant to elevate the kundalini energy. 

If you only have a few minutes to practice yoga, then Sat Kriya is a great option to consider. You don't need any yoga experience for this, and you don't even have to regularly practice Kundalini Yoga to benefit from it, either.

Interested in taking one of SiriAtma's Kundalini Yoga classes? Check out her schedule below!

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Yoga Rolling - Hip Release

Yoga Rolling! Have you ever given it a try? In case you aren't familiar with it, Yoga Rolling combines yoga with the rolling of inflatable massage balls to integrate techniques that will relieve tension in the muscles of your body (and in the case of this specific video, the hips). We have instructor Kerstin Brune here to break down a few techniques for hip releases while Stacy demos.

Kundalini Frogs

Ready to fire up your energy on this chilly Monday? SiriAtma Kaur is here to demonstrate Kundalini Frogs, something many of you may have already experienced in one of her Kundalini classes. If you have a few extra minutes today, then consider tuning in to your body and breath and giving these Kundalini Frogs a try.

Breath of Joy

Join instructor Jackie Kinealy in learning another type of breath-work that we love: Breath of Joy! It doesn't matter how you look; just focus on the feeling of releasing tension and building energy. And have fun with it!

Acro Yoga

Are you brand new to Acro Yoga, or perhaps you've given it a try and want to learn more? Here instructor Amber Jacober guides Stacy Broussard as the flyer and Joe Orf as the base through a beginner Bird Pose. The flyer can keep their hands in contact with the base the entire time, or lift their "wings" and fly if they feel stable. Either way, have fun! Be sure to take it slow and to listen carefully to your partner.

Amber and Joe have led two Acro Yoga workshops with us so far, and we're excited to host more workshops with them in the future. Their next workshop will be on January 26th, 2018. You can learn more on the event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/158006608144293/

Kapalabhati Breath
Kapalabhati Breath, also known as Skull-Shining Breath, is another Pranayama technique. Our instructor Katie Rodgers is here to give you a simple demonstration in case you'd like to introduce this to your own yoga practice.
Ujjayi Breath

Ujjayi Breath, or “Loud Breath” is a breathing technique we use in a yoga class to help slow down our breathing so that we can move more mindfully from one posture or pose to the next. It’s also a type of breathing that can be used to help calm the mind at any point in our day, not just in class. If you have ever heard an instructor cue Ujjayi Breath and not quite felt comfortable with it, then this is the video for you. Stacy Broussard is here to break down Ujjayi Breath and to help show you how to integrate this type of breathing into your own practice.

Handstand Prep: L Pose

Handstands! They look cool, but how on earth do we get our feet all the way up there? Stacy Broussard is here to walk you through L Pose, a great way to get the feel of the handstand shape while still relying on the stability of the wall. It's also a good pose to revisit even if you're already comfortable in a handstand, because it can help you check in with your alignment and build more strength. Handstands aren't "essential" to a yoga practice, just like one pose isn't more "important" than another, but they sure can be fun.

Eagle Pose

It’s time for another pose breakdown! This week instructor Stacy Broussard is here to walk you through Eagle Pose (or Garudasana in Sanskrit). Consider giving this pose a try after your body is warmed up from a yoga class, or perhaps after taking a few minutes to stretch out your hips. We suggest a few rounds of cat/cow, and a few poses that are intended to be hip openers (some examples are: Cow Facing Pose, Chair Pose, Tree Pose, Mountain Pose, or Half Lord of the Fishes Pose - all of which can be googled if you aren’t sure what they look like). 

3 Tips for a Home Yoga Practice
We’ve had some of you request info on creating your own home yoga practice, so we’re excited to be able to bring you this video! There’s plenty to be said on the topic, but the most important thing to remember is that there’s no right or wrong way to go about practicing yoga at home. Our wonderful instructor Jackie Kinealy is here to offer three tips to help get you started, but however you choose to begin or reestablish your home yoga practice will be uniquely personal to you. We invite you to take what advice works for you and leave the rest.
Partner Boat
Boat Pose (or Navasana in Sanskrit) is a great pose for focusing on core strength while simultaneously working to stabilize the spine. It can also be pretty challenging, so instructors Stacy and Jackie have teamed up to turn it into a fun partner pose instead! We suggest warming up your hamstrings and hip flexors first - Staff Pose (Dandasana) would be a good place to start. Once you’re stretched and ready, grab a friend and give Partner Boat a try!
Alternate Nostril Breathing

Our breath is powerful - it's what reminds us that we're alive! But it's easy to forget that it's also a wonderful tool for both focus and relaxation. Alternate nostril breathing, or Nadi Shodhana Pranayama, is one of several methods of breath-work. It requires us to slow down and pay careful attention to our breath which in turn calms the mind, relaxes the body (which helps relieve any lingering tension), and offers us a chance to find stillness in the present moment. It may feel a little silly the first few times you try this, but give it a go and see what you think!

8 Angle Pose

Have you ever given Eight Angle Pose a try? This is a fun pose that tends to look much more complicated than it really is, so Instructor Stacy Broussard is here to guide you through it! Spend some time stretching out your hips and hamstrings, and then see where this pose takes you. Don't forget to breathe!

Downward Dog w/ Jee Moon

Urban Breath instructor Jee Moon walks us through Downward Facing Dog, explaining helpful tips on alignment and on ways to relax into the pose.

Basic Yoga Flow w/ Stacy Broussard

Instructor Stacy Broussard with an easygoing cat/cow pose flow filmed by SLAM Agency. It's beginner friendly, and can be especially helpful for those who experience lower back pain.


Yoga Modifications During Pregnancy

Instructor Stacy Broussard walks us through some options for modifications to take while doing yoga during pregnancy, including a few specifics for each trimester. Let us know what you think in the comments below! 
We offer Prenatal Yoga classes several times a week - check out our website to sign up, or send us a message if you have any questions!


Omtober Kick-off!
Thank you Michael for sharing how yoga five times a week has uncovered a deeper layer of health and wellbeing!!
How has UB membership transformed you?
How does Urban Breath membership improve your well-being on every level? Our wonderful member Christine says it more eloquently than I can!

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