REFORMER

Privates & Duets 

What is a Reformer?

The Reformer is a bed-like frame with a flat platform on it, called the carriage, which slides back and forth on wheels within the frame. The carriage is attached to one end of the Reformer by a set of springs. The springs provide choices of differing levels of resistance to create a sense of opposition in the body. 

How is it used?

A wide variety of exercises are done on the reformer to promote length, strength, flexibility, and balance. The participant will use the resistance of the springs to create controlled movements with support and feedback provided by the Reformer. 

Exercises use the feet & ankles, shoulders, upper back & centre muscles, hips & knees, working the body in it's ranges of movement, giving the client a unique and challenging workout experience.

Some basic matwork Pilates experience is necessary. 

Where can I try the Reformer with Kate?

Kate is currently teaching Reformer Privates and Duets at The Alderley Pilates Studio on some Saturday afternoons from 12 noon till 3pm.

Prices set with the Alderley Pilates rate of £67 Single, £78 duets.

Please get in touch via Kate or with the Alderley Pilates office.