Reformer Pilates is designed for all fitness and ability levels, offering all the benefits of Pilates including overall strength, flexibility, coordination and balance. These benefits, in turn, lead to daily life improvements including better posture, graceful and efficient movement, and for many; relief from pain associated with physical imbalances.
We utilise the state of the art Allegro 2 Reformer Bed to our brand new Reformer Pilates studio.
Currently two Reformer Pilates classes are offered:
Intermediate class focusing on strength, posture, flexibility, balance and endurance training, this class is not suitable for first timers.
Classes are available to members and non-members on a casual basis or on 5/10 multi visit passes. As bookings are essential please call the centre up to 48 hours before your desired class to secure your place.
A class designed for beginners to get you comfortable performing the basic movements.
Reformer Principles classes are FREE to Eltham Leisure Centre members and available to non-members on a casual basis or on 5/10 multi visit passes as above. Bookings available up to 2 hours before the class time.
Q. What is Reformer Pilates and how is it different from mat-based Pilates?
The reformer offers all the benefits of Pilates including overall strength, flexibility, coordination, and balance. These benefits, in turn, lead to daily life improvements including better posture, graceful and efficient movement, and for many; relief from pain associated with physical imbalances.
Pilates moves too challenging, or go beyond what you can do on the mat if you crave a greater push. This allows you to work to your level and progress appropriately.
Q. Is Reformer Pilates for me?
Reformer Pilates classes are intended for all fitness levels. Reformer Pilates can make you more resistant to injury, correct weaknesses and enhance core strength and postural alignment, with adjustable intensity. As we only run small group classes (maximum of 12) our trainers modify exercises that allow everyone to participate, regardless of physical ability.Yes, you must be over the age of 16 years old to attend a Reformer Pilates class at Eltham Leisure Centre. Due to the dynamic movement of classes they are not suitable for participants under 16 years of age.During pregnancy, if you are new to Reformer Pilates, we ask that you not start our classes. For current clients, you can attend group classes but only until you’re 15 weeks along. After this, due to our dynamic style of training, you can no longer attend group classes.
Q. What do I need to know before my first Reformer Pilates class?
Please arrive 15 minutes before class, particularly if it is your first time as we will need to ask you a few questions about your general health and any specific needs.Wear clothes which are comfortable and easy to move in, and please bring a small towel and water bottle.
Q. How do I book a Reformer Pilates class?
With a maximum of 12 clients per class, our small group classes allow our trainers to focus on everyone to achieve maximum benefit, therefore bookings are essential and can be made 48 hours prior to class times.We have a strict 6-hour cancellation policy for group classes, it is your responsibility to let us know at least 6 hours before the start time of your scheduled class or you will lose the session. If you have a multiple visit pass and cancel a class in line with the 6-hour cancellation policy the visit will be reallocated to your account. If you are participating in the class casually you will receive a free visit pass for your next session.Please arrive to classes on time, if you are more than 5 minutes late to your class you may be turned away from the class. If you don’t show up for a booked class or do not cancel withing the 6-hour time frame, unfortunately you will not be able to get a refund.