Modify the intensity of your Pilates session up or down with the resistance of springs on a piece of equipment originally designed by the founder of Pilates, Joseph Pilates. The Reformer adds a whole new dimension to improving and challenging core stability. It opens the door to hundreds of strengthening and stretching exercises and also acts as a powerful rehabilitation tool.During these sessions the Physiotherapist will run through a series of resistance based exercises in order to advance postural stability and core endurance.
Improve shoulder strength and stability with the use of cables for additional resistance not possible with Mat Pilates
Improve hip strength and control as you exercise lying down
Enhance postural alignment as you exercise sitting up
Challenge your dynamic core stability by exercising on a moving carriage
Work muscles through full range of motion in a controlled, flowing movement which requires strong mind/ body connection