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Pilates Reformer Fundamentals is an introductory course to the methodology of Pilates. If you’ve never done reformer work, this is the place to begin. This course is highly recommended to attend before attempting other levels.

You’ll Learn:

  • How to change the springs and understand the equipment
  • Breathwork and body awareness
  • Joint articulation, stabilization and mobilization
  • Body awareness and, control and coordination
  • Exercises may include (but are not limited to) full expressions or variations on coccyx curl, roll down, footwork, hundred, arm work, bottom lift and side bend.

After you’ve mastered the basics, move on to Pilates Reformer Level 1 classes.

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An Important Note About Pilates Reformer Classes: Pilates Reformer classes have a 6-8 person capacity (depending on location) to allow for personal attention and correction from qualified, experienced instructors. As with any physical activity, please consult your health care provider to ensure that Pilates is right for you. Group exercise classes are appropriate for healthy persons without injury. People with injuries should not participate in group classes without permission from their healthcare provider and instructor. People with injuries who wish to explore the rehabilitative qualities of Pilates should begin with private sessions. Participants in classes with injury issues (who are cleared by their healthcare provider) should approach the instructor before class to inform them of their needs or to ask for modifications.

Ultimately, each participant is responsible for their own health and safety within the class.
Please plan to arrive a few minutes early to allow for set-up time. For safety reasons, participants are not allowed in the Pilates Studio without an instructor present. If you are more than 5 minutes late you will not be able to join the class.

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