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Reformer Pilates is a low-impact group class, that aims to strengthen your core muscles while improving postural alignment and flexibility.

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Far from just a workout for your core, this piece of apparatus helps create internal pressure to elongate the spine, joints and muscles which then leads to greater flexibility, strength, stamina and a more balanced posture.


The Reformer is one of the exercise machines designed by Joseph Pilates with the aim of incorporating the technique used in floor Pilates exercises to a more intense training, achieved through a system formed by springs and pulleys that serve as resistance to the perform movements that target specific muscle groups.

Pilates Reformer is a phenomenal workout for your body's “powerhouse,” or your abs, lower back, hips and glutes.
It is heavily focused on alignment and accurate muscle engagement, which can lead to improved posture, better balance, and more stability, especially when in motion.


Contrary to what most people think, it will be more advantageous to start with Pilates Reformer classes (Initiation Level), since in this case the machine will assist you from the beginning when performing a large number of exercises at the same time he challenges you little by little, gradually and above all safely.

It is possible to combine Pilates Reformer classes with Floor Pilates classes, as the repertoire of exercises in the latter is broader and when it comes to experiencing the sensation of holding your own body weight against the action of gravity, without the assistance of a machine.

Coming regularly to Pilates Reformer classes will surely take your results to another level.

Discover some of its benefits!

The benefits of Pilates Reformer:
When trying to overcome the resistance offered by the machine in the execution of each movement, you will use more force than what you would use in a floor class, with which you will be able to tone your muscles much more.

The Reformer helps you perform each exercise in a fluid and controlled manner through a full range of motion, making it one of the best options if you want to safely increase flexibility and muscle strength.

Working the upper or lower extremities against a combined resistance of body weight, springs, and pulleys will help promote stronger bones.

Thanks to the resistance generated by the springs that are part of the Reformer, it will be possible for you to enjoy an exercise where an eccentric muscle contraction occurs (one in which the muscle lengthens while it is activated resisting a force and causing a separation of its ends or insertion points), which will allow you to build strong and lean muscles, not hypertrophied.


10 benefits of doing Pilates that you did not know
Improves breathing. ...
Correct alignment of your body. ...
Increase your strength. ...
Improve your stability. ...
Increase your flexibility. ...
Improve your body control. ...
Tone your body. ...
It adapts to any physical condition.

Life is a series of movements, let’s see how far we can go.