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Reformer Pilates

Take a lie down on our beds for the most effective total body workout ever

The reformer is a piece of resistance based exercise equipment designed by Joseph Pilates. It consists of a carriage that moves back and forth along railings. Resistance is provided by the exerciser's body weight and by springs attached to the carriage and platform. We still practice the same 7 foundations of Pilates on the reformer, but this class offers a lot of differences when compared to mat Pilates.This is an intermediate to advanced class and not suitable for beginners. You must attended at least 3-5 beginner reformer classes before attending this class. Please ensure you bring a pair of socks.

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Up to 60 minutes

Calories Burnt
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Up to 350

Skill Level
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3-5 Beginner Pilates reformer classes are recommended before attending a Pilates reformer class

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Moore Park
Frenchs Forest
Pitt St
Collins St
Bourke St

Why is it good for me?

Using this awesome apparatus you will develop strength, flexibility and coordination, not to mention flat abs. Pilates is appreciated by everyone from elite athletes to seniors. Toning, flexibility, better posture, efficient movement, body/mind connection are some of the many benefits Pilates reformer will provide

What will I do?

Via this body changing piece of equipment; Learn to correctly engage and use the muscles of the abdominals, lower back, hips and buttocks, otherwise known as your “core.” Therefore balancing muscular strength on both sides of your body.

What should I bring?

Just yourself, comfy workout gear and a bottle of water. We provide the bed to lay on! We ask that you wear socks for all Reformer classes, however, please travel to and from our changing rooms with shoes to protect your precious toes!

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