Equipment

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“Joseph Pilates apparatus designs are as relevant today as when he created them. While new adaptations and redesigns have emerged we have to acknowledge at least that IF the original idea had not been so clever, then the spinoffs would not have occurred. In fact, his designs are still perfectly useful and deliver the most authentic Pilates feel. How he came about the designs is surrounded by myths, his own tales and perceived knowledge. But knowing why the equipment is there is traceable and it will really highlight the aims and purposes of the method”

Javier Péres Pont & E.A. Romero, 2013

Reformer

A system of springs and pulleys that supports the body to help strengthen and stretch it while learning control and maintaining optimal body alignment.

Electric Chair

Its name is due to its resemblance to a medieval chair. It is an extended version of the wunda chair, which helps strengthen and balance hips, buttocks and legs.

Cadillac

The biggest and perhaps most luxurious of all Pilates machines. It offers an impressive array of exercises.

Wall Unit

Similar to the Cadillac, it enables several people to work safely while keeping the authenticity of the method.

Wunda Chair

The chair was designed to be used in small apartments for clients wishing to exercise alone. When it is converted, the wunda chair allows the user to perform complete series of exercises for a maximum effect.

Spine Corrector

It helps to stretch the lower back, open the hips, tone the muscles and improve posture.

Ladder Barrel

The well-rounded surface of the barrel supports healthy spinal movements that we often ignore, such as extension and side-bending. Performing these movements regularly, promotes optimal mobility, flexibility, and strength of the spine. The Ladder Barrel’s broad arc creates a safe and more easily attainable environment to practice extension and side bending for even the most novice Pilates student.

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