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A Gym session is great....but check this out

Joseph Pilates invented Reformer Pilates in the early 20th Century with a view to improving flexibility, strength and body awareness. Pilates is a resistance exercise and closer to weight lifting than it is to aerobic exercise. The benefits of Reformer Pilates are numerous - (Stott Pilates):

Longer, leaner muscles

  • Improves posture

  • Increases core strength, stability and peripheral mobility

  • Helps prevent injury

  • Balances strength with flexibility

  • Heightens body awareness

  • No impact...easy on the joints

  • Customisable to suit rehab patients to elite athletes

  • Is complimentary to other methods of exercise

  • Improves performance in sports

  • Improves balance, coordination and circulation

We spoke to one of our clients (Brent) who has been on a 6 month Reformer Pilates journey and more recently with Core Culture:

"Working in an office environment, I have always had discomfort in my lower back. A few years back I ended up in hospital with a spasm. My L5/S1 disc had herniated. Soon after, I had a microdiscectomy. Reformer Pilates has strengthened my core and lower back. It probably took 3 months, but I don't get the twitches and spasms I used to get. I can do so much more, without the worry".

Whether it is your only exercise or to supplement other exercise, it is a workout and it is highly beneficial. You will feel flexible and energised. Give it a try with our introductory offer - you will never look back.

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