KNUTSFORD’S first Reformer Pilates studio is to open its doors on Saturday, September 15.

Boasting a range of state-of-the-art Pilates equipment – including eight Merrithew reformers – the health and wellness facility will offer bespoke classes taught by co-owner and Master Pilates Trainer Candice Reay and her team of instructors.

Alongside a variety of classes, the King Street studio will feature a private studio for one-to-one Pilates and rehabilitation sessions, two therapy rooms, where osteopathy and sports therapy will be among the services available and an in-house nutritionist, who will run regular workshops and seminars.

An on-site Lululemon store will showcase the latest designs from the leading athletic wear brand, with clients enjoying an exclusive discount on purchases.

The studio’s launch follows the continuing success of Inner Strength Macclesfield, a mat, reformer and rehabilitation Pilates and wellness centre opened by Candice in January 2017.

Candice said: “At Inner Strength we offer people exceptional teaching and a warm, caring personal service.

"Knutsford is the perfect place for our new studio and we can’t wait to be part of such a beautiful thriving community.”

Inner Strength Knutsford’s launch will take place on Saturday.

The open day will feature two taster reformer classes from 9.15am to 10.15am and 10.30am to 11.30am, as well as a talk from nutritionist Rosie Tadman of Rosie Life Nutrition from 11.45am to 12.45pm.

The team will be on hand with Prosecco and refreshments, and will be happy to answer any questions.

Originally developed by Joseph Pilates, the reformer is a piece of equipment that encompasses a moving carriage bed, five adjustable springs to increase/decrease tension, two pulley straps for the feet or hands and a footbar.

The repertoire of pilates exercises and movements carried out on the reformer allow the body to develop long, lean muscles in the most effective way.

The reformer also enables clients to strengthen their deepest core muscles, as well as target the small but vital muscle groups other forms of exercise don’t reach.

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