Detour PROPosition

Detour PROPosition

Detour PROPosition classes combine creativity with challenge and accessibility, showcasing how props can be used in unconventional ways to bring new life to your practice. Whether we’re using blocks, blankets, broomsticks or chairs, these classes will have you seeing your relationship with props through a whole new light where intuition and exploration lead the way.

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Detour PROPosition
  • Loaded Strength Circuit 2.0

    Begin with a dynamic warmup, build your strength with 3 sets of 3 strengthening exercises and then finish up with some soothing stretches and familiar yoga poses. Props recommended : stretchy band,1 light &1 med/heavy weight, yoga block or sandbag.

  • Wall to Floor Feedback

    Instead of using moveable props you’ll make use of surfaces to get feedback. Find a wall and floor space that allows you to spread out. Enjoy exploring movement with feedback from the wall and floor separately and then together.

  • You, The Wall, and Side Plank

    This standing practice is great for someone who wants to explore side plank in a way that puts less pressure on the shoulders and wrists. As well as being leg and knee friendly. This is also a fun way to explore if you struggle with side plank on the ground.

  • Asymmetry Central

    Get ready to feel a little frustrated with me with this one ;) Have a block at the ready, as we're going to be using it to both decrease stability and symmetry throughout this class.

  • Upper Body Love in a Chair

    This practice is great for someone who sits all day and just needs a quick movement snack because of tension in the neck and shoulders. You don't even need to move from your seat. Suggested props are a small ball and/or a block; however, if you don't have any props you can still join in.

  • Attached at the Brick

    A quick burst of challenge, strength, coordination and fun where we explore a playful practice focusing on two bricks. Part of us stays in contact with two bricks at all times. Exploring new and familiar poses in a unique way.

  • Loaded Strength Circuit

    Begin with a dynamic full body warmup, work your way through 3 rounds of 4 compound strength exercises and then finish off with some easy stretches to smooth things out. This class has options for experienced lifters and beginners too. Props required: 1 set of lighter weights, 1 single med/heavy...

  • Caderas Resilientes Resistencia

    Una clase enfocada en la parte inferior del cuerpo, utilizando bandas de resistencia para cargar progresivamente las caderas y que los tejidos poco a poco se hagan mas fuertes y resilientes para las actividades que nos gusta hacer.

    A class focused on the lower part of the body, using resistance...

  • Rock 'n Roll with a Chair

    Time to rock 'n roll. Grab a chair, a small ball and an optional weight as we Detour toward crow pose.

  • Wall-asana

    There are endless options available when it comes to building a movement practice at the walll. This full-body exploration targets strength and mobility while also challenging you with inversions, backbends and everything in between.

  • Push the Block

    A full body practice with just one block as your only prop. We push into the block in many ways to create more activation and connection. A little focus on shoulder extension and balance, this fun class will get you feeling more and working harder. Expect some cramp and some heat in surprising p...