Reform with Pilates
Time to focus on toning your legs, abs and arms on our Pilates Reformers, using muscles you never thought you had, reform your shape and look lean and strong.
Pilates practice uses proper placement of the body, focus on a central body point and accurate breathing rhythm, which leads to improved posture within 20 sessions.
Pilates hits your core unlike any other workout. In fact, after completing 36 weeks of Pilates training, women strengthened their rectus abdominis (the muscle responsible for six-packs) by an average of 21 percent, while eliminating muscle imbalances between the right and left sides of their cores.
A stronger core equals a better back! Those with chronic lower back pain who practiced Pilates for just four weeks experienced more relief than those who visited a physician and other specialists.
Researchers believe that by stabilizing the core’s lumbar-pelvic (lower-back) region, Pilates alleviates stress on the area and ups mobility. Pilates’ slow and controlled movements puts minimal impact on your joints.
Pilates gets you to focus on 1) your breath, 2) your body, and 3) how they move together. It takes a lot of concentration. No zoning out. That means you’re forced to forget about work, bills, and other drama for a full hour.
Pilates improves your sport performance by training all your muscles to work together.