After many years of use, especially in a busy studio, your reformer vinyl can start to wear. Read more
It’s time to ditch your studio can of WD40 in favor of these two more specialized lubricants. While you may think that WD40 does a good job of minimizing noise, think of it like a jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none. It does what you want with a passing grade of C, or C+, but with the following two lubricants you will take care of the noises in your studio much more effectively. Read more
Classical leather straps like Joseph Pilates used on his Reformers are a staple in many studios around the world. For these studios, special care should be taken to ensure the leather remains safe throughout the life of the Reformer. Read more
Since the springs on your Pilates equipment are integral to the method you teach your clients, it is absolutely necessary to make sure they are safe. But how, exactly, do you determine whether a spring is safe? Here is a simple three step guide to keeping you and your clients safe in the studio. Read more
The cleanliness of your equipment can greatly detract from the Pilates experience. You and your client should be focused on the movement, not tuning out bumps and squeaks as the carriage travels within the frame.