Reformer

 

We are excited to bring you the best Reformer Pilates experience in Perth in our dedicated boutique studio space.

Our environment nowadays is fast paced and the future often unknown. We believe that it is now more important than ever to take the time to invest in your physical and mental well-being. Reformer Pilates offers the perfect balance to provide you with a relaxing mind-body experience, yet offering a challenging workout at the same time.

Whether you’re a pro athlete, weekend warrior or new to working out, Reformer Pilates will help develop your whole body, give you that good old endorphin kick and help you relieve stress and anxiety.

We’ll have Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Reformer class options to help you start with confidence and progress appropriately.

ADD REFORMER PILATES TO YOUR MEMBERSHIP

As an existing Next Gen Member, we’re giving you exclusive access to upgrade your membership to include Reformer Pilates before we let the world know. But be quick, we only have limited spots available.

Contact the Reception Desk on 08 9217 6300 or our Membership Team by emailing kpmm@nextgenclubs.com.au to upgrade your membership so it includes Reformer Pilates.

Not a member yet? We will commence with the next phase soon. Please click on the link below to register your interest.

FAQ's

What is Reformer Pilates?

Reformer Pilates is a form of exercise that incorporates all the usual elements of Pilates on a Reformer Machine.

The resistance created by the pulley and spring system of the Reformer provides a challenging strength and endurance workout.

During the class you will be instructed to push or pull the platform against the spring resistance and controlling the movement back, or holding it in place. This can be done standing, sitting, upside down and using all the different elements of the Reformer. You'll also incorporate accessories like a shoulder block, Pilates rings, small weights and resistance bands.

What are the benefits of Reformer Pilates?

  • It is a full body workout
  • It builds strength and tones muscles
  • It is low impact
  • It creates a stronger core and improved posture
  • It improves flexibility
  • It enhances performance whether in daily tasks or sport and recreational activities

Do I need to be fit to do Reformer Pilates?

No. People from all walks of life enjoy reformer Pilates. From athletes to office workers and beginners to exercise. Our hand-picked instructors and intimate class environment means that we can cater for the experienced Reformer participant as well as the beginner in the same class.

How many classes should I do per week?

There is no hard and fast rule. Beginners usually start with 1-2 sessions per week and experienced Reformer participants two or more. We recommend that you listen to your body and ensure you get adequate recovery. To get the best results, it is recommended to do a variety of workouts so that you are continually challenging your muscles.

What should I wear?

We recommend comfortable clothing which allows you to move freely.

How do I book for Reformer classes?

Like any other class, Reformer Pilates can be booked through the Club Lounge on the Next Gen Life app or on our Website. Bookings can also be made at reception.

What if I cannot attend my booked class?

We ask that you cancel your booking via the Club Lounge or reception to allow a person on the waiting list to move into the class.

Will unused classes be carried over to the next week?

Due to the popularity of Reformer Pilates, unused classes can unfortunately not be carried over or accumulate over a period of time. We created the options with a fair and inclusive mindset to allow everybody to experience Reformer Pilates. There will likely not be room for make-up classes and we encourage everybody to follow the booking and cancellation process.

Can I do Reformer Pilates if I am pregnant/postnatal?

Reformer Pilates is a great way to maintain fitness throughout pregnancy and to rehabilitate after labour. It is important to strengthen the pelvic floor, glutes, legs, and arms. You should however exercise caution and we recommend that you consult your physician as to what training your can do and when you may return to exercise after giving birth.

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