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Pilates gymnastics is a complex form of exercise that is over a hundred years old and was founded by the German-born Joseph H. Pilates.

One of the pillars of the method is the continuous and controlled use of the core and the strengthening of the deep muscles. In addition, the conscious development of the stabilising muscles of the spine and the special breathing technique developed for this purpose are also emphasised.

One of the advantages of Pilates training is that its exercises can be easily performed with small equipment and can be adapted to the individual needs and abilities of the practitioner.

This form of movement, combined with breathing and conscious muscle work, is suitable for all those who:

– want to develop aesthetic, shapely muscles

– want a strengthening and stretching workout to complement intense exercise

– are looking for a form of exercise to complement the rehabilitation period following injury

– suffer from back and/or lower back pain due to sedentary work or incorrect posture

– and for anyone who wants to use their body more consciously and efficiently.

The reformer is a versatile Pilates machine that promotes precise movements, muscle activation and posture. The Reformer consists of a sliding trolley with adjustable springs, so you can tailor the resistance level to suit your needs and goals. This variable resistance also helps us to perform controlled, fluid movements on it that promote flexibility and strength. We can also make exercises more difficult or easier.

The versatility of the Reformer allows you to target multiple muscle groups at once, giving you a full-body workout. By stretching muscles and focusing on correct posture, you can increase joint mobility, improve posture and develop long, lean muscles.

In addition, the Reformer offers a wide range of exercises, variations and options, including small equipment, to make your workouts varied, interesting and effective.

Reformer Pilates exercises often include exercises such as standing on a trolley or balancing on one leg that engage the core muscles and require coordination, thereby improving balance, stability and overall body control. The movements, combined with breathing, help to reduce stress, making it a good choice for those who want to get away from the everyday hustle and bustle of life for a while.