In the DVS, you can practice with teachers from all over the world and experience a unique approach to led classes that are creative without being overly complex, and strong while still being accessible. Each practice will leave you feeling grounded and at ease, despite the fact that we broadcast from our homes where pets, partners and little ones sometimes make guest appearances.
Usually we practice in familiar ways, and there may not be so much variation in how we do things. This practice takes us off the typical path as it relates to shoulder rotation, to see what gems we can extract for ourselves.
Tasking the front and the back of the hip, we'll aim to counter the side effects of passive hip flexion and chair sitting. Incorporating active hip flexion and extension, this practice is mostly chill with just a dash of spice.
You'll want one yoga block and an optional dowel or broomstick.
The perfect complement to any practice that involves weight-bearing on the hands. We'll mobilize the wrists and hands, strengthen the forearms and leave your upper body feeling like it's the foundation you need for plank, push-ups, arm balances and handstands.