Our Pilates Reformer room has 4 reformers which enables us to cater for individual needs either in our classes, semi-private or one on one sessions.

Our aim is to deliver challenge exciting and fun workouts that you will want to come back for more.

Pilates Reformer can also be used as a sport specific cross training tool for athletes.

Reformer Pilates is great for rehab as you are on a horizontal planes. For example if a client has a knee injury or knee surgery, this horizontal plane enables you to strengthen the muscles of the leg through a larger range of motion using a lighter spring for resistance than their body weight, thus speeds up their recovery through controlled movement.

Generally the Reformer is great for all round whole body workout for everybody young or old.


The reformer offers all the benefits of Pilates including overall strength, flexibility, coordination, and balance. These things, in turn, lead to daily life improvements like better posture, graceful and efficient movement, and for many, relief from pain associated with physical imbalances such as back pain.

Accesses a Variety of Muscles

The Reformer targets the muscles of the core, which are paramount for building strength. Strong abs, backs, buttocks, and thighs are all results of this emphasis. Other equipment and Pilates mat exercises do that too, but the reformer creates a unique and varied exercise environment.

Works on Flexibility and Strength

The reformer is large enough to accommodate full-range motion, which is wonderful for increasing flexibility while building strength. It seems to invite the length you want to create in the body, and it trains the body to sustain that length.

Offers Resistance and Variety

Pushing and pulling with legs or arms against the resistance of the springs, carriage, and body weight is generally strength building. The exercises provide enough resistance and movement variety to help build strong bones. And there is a special feature—eccentric muscle contractions. This is when a muscle lengthens as it resists a force.

Challenges Balance and Stability

The instability of a rolling carriage with the springs set at different levels of resistance provides all kinds of stability challenges that develop core strength and promote better balance. For example, having less of the body on the carriage is one of the ways Pilates exercises get harder.


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