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Alchemy with Urban Yogis


Join us for this 5 day virtual programme that weaves together strength training, yoga, mindfulness and nutrition. Meet all 3 trainers virtually for 2 hours daily to experience the alchemy and revival of your spirit. This programme has been designed to keep you mentally and physically engaged during this period of isolation, lending you the community support and expert accountability you crave. Reset your gut, revive your fitness goals and learn to make simple sustainable changes to get more energy and improve your daily life.

If you cannot make it for the sessions, it will be recorded but you will be required to check in with us for your home-study.

What’s included?

    • Zoom Meet Daily for 5 days, 2 hours each
    • 3 days of strength training
    • 3 days of Yoga
    • 5 Days of Breath work and Mindfulness Practice
    • Journaling and Positive Psychology Assessments
    • Daily nutritional and macros guidance
    • Nutritional Guidance E-Manual with Recipes
    • 3 Month Access to 3 Course Bundles (Stronger Core & Glutes Series, 28 Days Self Practice Series, 7 Days Keep Calm and Meditate). Original Bundle Price: S$113


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Hourly Schedule

Wednesday May 13

4:00PM -
Programme Introduction
4:30PM -
Upper body strength conditioning (Jasmine)
5:00PM -
Yoga Recovery (Julie)
5:30 -
Mindfulness Ritual (Kathy)
5:45PM -
E-book guidance and instruction. Daily task assignment

Thursday May 14

4:00PM -
Sharing and discussions
4:20PM -
Positive psychology assessment (Kathy)
4:50PM -
Yoga Asana (format of Julie's 28-Day Self-Practice Series)
5:30 -
Nutrition guidance and daily task assignment (Jasmine)

Friday May 15

4:00PM -
Sharing and discussions
4:20PM -
Lower body strength conditioning (Jasmine)
5:05PM -
Mindfulness and Journaling (Kathy)
5:35PM -
Nutrition guidance and daily task assignment (Jasmine)

Saturday May 16

4:00PM -
Sharing and discussions
4:20PM -
60-minute vinyasa flow (Julie)
5:20PM -
Meditation and breathwork (Kathy)
5:30PM -
Nutrition guidance and daily task assignment (Jasmine)

Sunday May 17

4:00PM -
Sharing and discussions
4:20PM -
Strength conditioning - core and abs (Jasmine)
4:50PM -
Meditation and Journaling (Kathy)
5:10PM -
Closing discussions, sustainability planning


May 13 - 17 2020

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 13 - 17 2020




Urban Yogis Online Academy


  • Jasmine Lake
    Jasmine Lake
    Fitness Collaborator

    My name is Jasmine and my journey in fitness began almost 20 years ago in Canada. Over the years, I’ve trained in various different disciplines before discovering calisthenics (bodyweight training). Under the tutelage of well respected and renowned calisthenics coach Arleigh Corbin from Body and Barz, over the last 8 years, I’ve developed my own unique style within the creative bodyweight training discipline. However, as many good coaches know, the desire to learn should never stop. I continue to learn and evolve as the years go on.

    ​I believe in finding balance when it comes to fitness and lifestyle. Only when we change how our minds think can we truly find happiness within ourselves and appreciation for our physical body in its present state.

    By sharing my training method and my life philosophy, I hope to open each and everyone of you to the idea that you can truly be your own real life superhero.

  • Julie Moksim
    Julie Moksim
    Co-owner & Yoga Instructor

    I’m Singaporean by birth, global citizen by lifestyle, having lived in Indonesia, Egypt and India as a child and young adult, and later in the United States, Laos and Myanmar. My spark for yoga began while I was living in Boston in 2003, but my calling to teach grew much later out of the joy that I developed as a teacher’s assistant at the studio that I attended regularly. After completing a teacher training in Bali with Rachel Hull, Anna Smallwood, Emil Wendel, James Newman and Dr. Sujatha Kekada in 2011, I moved to Laos and started a yoga cooperative called Luang Prabang Yoga. Both the yoga cooperative and the immersive retreat programs that I lead under Laos Yoga Retreats have in some ways, put Laos on the map as a destination for yoga. I also co-owned a yoga studio in Myanmar between 2017 and 2019. My partnership with Kathy and Urban Yogis has grown out of a collective purpose to share knowledge and bridge the gap between people of different cultures, languages and belief systems. I trust that when a group of people come together from all walks of life, the opportunity for learning is boundless. Yoga has been an essential platform for these gatherings and for experiences that create more open-minded humans. Today, the biggest influence in my practice and teachings is Edward Clark of Tripsichore Yoga. He reinforces the importance of authenticity in how we express ourselves in movement. Ultimately, this translates to authenticity in life. I’d like to say to people out there, don’t be afraid to find out who you are, and when you find that person, don’t be afraid to be the person that you are! Thank you for taking the time to read this and to browse our website and offerings.

  • Kathy Gabriel
    Kathy Gabriel
    Co-owner & Instructor / Therapist

    Kathy Gabriel is a Yoga teacher, Craniosacral Therapist & Bodyworker licensed under Pacific Association of Craniosacral Therapists (PACT). Although yoga and complementary health was always in her family, she only picked up yoga as teenager during a period of spiritual seeking. She initially sought out Buddhism and meditation out in order to process her grief. Through the years, her understanding of health and wellness began to expand and it was through a holistic practice, she learned how to found solace, ease and balance to move through the different seasons of life. She is deeply passionate about sharing this practice with others, helping them navigate their own journey through the belief that all that one ever needs lies within.

Dear friends and community, it wasn’t an easy decision to arrive to but alas, with so many changes happening to the world, reevaluations of 2022 and many decisions to make for the new year, we have decided to close Urban Yogis for now. It’s been quite a ride from our humble beginnings in 2013 from a basic pop up group in the Botanic Gardens to a vibrant collective of like-minded yogis invested in their health, connection and nature. It’s bittersweet for us to reminisce the good old times, especially during our pivot through the pandemic. We appreciate everyone who stuck by us through it all - changes to protocols, swabbing, check-ins, safe distancing - you name it! What a time! We’ve grown so much through it and have seen so many of you grow with us as well. There truly is a community of you, so willing to adapt with us through bad weather and ridiculous Covid-measures. For that, we are so grateful. Thank you for supporting us and for being our life-line during an unexpected time of our journey. At the root of Urban Yogis is learning and growing through the spirit of Yoga and Wellness. From immersive experiences like workshops and retreats, our mission was to help people find joy in self-inquiry and practice. We know that you will continue to do so and that makes our journey so worthwhile knowing that we played a small part in that too. Thank you for seeing us, believing us and showing up. We look forward to crossing paths with you in different ways. You can always reach out to Julie (IG: @julieyogatravel), Kathy (IG: @kathygabriel__) and the wonderful teaching team at Urban Yogis independently. For those of you who would like to share the last practice with us, we still have Suntec classes running through January 2023.
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