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.
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.
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.
In this class we'll explore a variety of poses and base positions with the added load, feedback and complexity of a block. So have a pair of blocks on hand and we’ll activate our core and mobilize our hips and upper body. This practice is a fun mental challenge.
All you need for this short practice is a stable surface for your chair. In this class we will explore fluid dynamic movement for your spine and hips, as well as a little lower body strength and stability work. This class will leave you feeling energized and refreshed.
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...
Grab yourself a blanket or something you can slide on (paper plates for example). In this class we'll focus more on the lower part of the body but the upper part won’t be left behind. Using the blanket we’ll find more engagement through some common poses so that we can use that any other time. Ho...