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What is a reformer?
A reformer is one of the larger pieces of equipment on which to perform traditional pilates exercises, just like the cadillac, arc barrel and split pedal chair.
For Reformer Pilates Wimbledon, we can offer individual or small group sessions and will tailor the time to match your ability and needs.
For Reformer Pilates classes in Wimbledon, the main advantage is versatility. It caters for different abilities, sizes, positional preferences and literally any muscle group can be targeted.
It can be used where low impact may be preferred, for example when recovering after an operation, or during the later stages of pregnancy when you can’t lie on your back anymore.
At its core, reformer Pilates serves a similar purpose to mat Pilates, but we can target much more specific muscle groups and the room for progression is greater.
It might look intimidating, but our expert Wimbledon Reformer Pilates instructors will help set things up and guide you every step of the way – taking time to ensure that the exercises are done correctly and at a comfortable level.
A Reformer consists of a moving carriage, connected to a frame via springs, which can be altered to increase or decrease resistance. The Reformer also includes both leg and arm straps. Exercises can be performed in all the positions of traditional mat work pilates in standing, side lying, kneeling, all fours and standing.
A wide variety of exercises are possible on the Reformer, and one of the reasons our customers and staff love it is just how many different exercises are possible on a single piece of equipment.
For reformer Pilates in Wimbledon, take a look at our class timetable or just get in touch to find the right session for you.