What is Reformer Pilates?
Reformer Pilates was founded by Pilates creator, Joseph Pilates during his internment in World World I as a nurse. To help his bed-bound patients start toning their muscles, he experimented by attaching springs to the hospital beds.
How Does It Work?
Reformer Pilates practice is conducted on a bed-like frame with a flat platform on it called the carriage. It has different weighted spring combinations to create resistance when the carriage is being pushed and pulled. With the help of a reformer bed, it allows you to target small muscles groups and promote coordination, strength, flexibility and balance.
Benefits of Reformer Pilates
- Improve body awareness and spinal and pelvic alignment
- Proven to help treat hamstring and groin strains
- Manage and prevents lower back pain
- Improve tone and assist in weight loss
- Build core strength
- Increase flexibility and stability
- Calm and focus the mind
Where Can I Do Reformer Pilates?
We will be introducing Reformer Pilates Private Class in October at our Suntec outlet.
For more information, approach our staff or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.