Reformer Training 1:1 

The Pilates Reformer was invented by Joseph Pilates during the second world war and has it's foundations in rehabilitation. The main benefits are the increase in strength in the core, the back the gluteals and the thighs. In addition it is excellent at highlighting imbalances in the body and isolating muscles to be strengthened. The work comes from pushing or pulling a platform which can be adjusted to create more or less resistance and or instability making exercises easier harder or easier in a way that is not possible in mat Pilates

Reformer Training 1:1

A PRACTICE OF HEALTH

The Pilates Reformer was invented by Joseph Pilates during the Second World War to rehabilitate German soldiers and has since become popular with a wider fitness community. The main benefits of the Pilates reformer are that it strengthens the core, the back, the gluteals and the thighs and improves flexibility and balance in a controlled way. Many of the exercises on a reformer involve the pushing and or pulling of a carriage or platform which can be adjusted to increase or reduce resistance and or instability in a way that cannot be achieved  
using mat Pilates intensifying your workout.

Contact Emma Barwise, Trained Pilates Reformer Instructor to book your 1:1 on 07881348809.