Reeplex Pilates Series

Why Pilates

Pilates is a holistic exercise method that strengthens the body, improves flexibility, and enhances overall well-being through controlled movements, breath control, and core activation. It improves posture, body awareness, and coordination while reducing the risk of injury and promoting relaxation and mental clarity.

Reform your mind and body

Benefits of Pilates

Pilates targets and tones muscles throughout the entire body, resulting in improved overall strength and muscle balance.

Pilates exercises focus on elongating and stretching muscles, improving flexibility, while also emphasizing proper posture and alignment for better overall body mechanics.

By emphasizing mindful movement and precision, Pilates cultivates a heightened sense of body awareness and coordination, leading to more efficient and graceful movements.

Pilates exercises are low-impact and emphasize controlled movements, reducing the likelihood of strain or injury, while the focus on breath and mindfulness fosters a sense of relaxation and mental clarity.

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Reeplex Studio Pilates REformer

The Reeplex Studio Pilates Reformer is the ideal choice for both home and studio settings, offering versatility and durability to accommodate different environments.

built to last

wood frame

Our Pilate Reformers are constructed using maple wood ensuring strength and flexibility.

adaptable to any skill level

perfect for everybody

Our Pilate Reformers feature multi tension springs to increase the challenge the stronger you get.

total full body conditioning

Reeplex Full Trapeze Pilates Reformer

The Reeplex Full Trapeze Pilates Reformer provides a versatile and comprehensive workout experience. With various attachment points and resistance springs, it offers a wide range of exercises targeting different muscle groups, resulting in total-body conditioning.

Reeplex Full Trapeze Pilates Reformer

Freedom of Movement

Unlock new possibilities

The addition of a full trapeze expands the exercise possibilities significantly, providing a broader range of movements and variations compared to a standard reformer.

With the trapeze attachment, a greater emphasis is placed on engaging the upper body, including the arms, shoulders, and back, allowing for targeted strengthening and toning.