What is Reformer Pilates?Reformer Pilates is low impact (easy on the joints), yet challenging, form of exercise. At Yoga Mama and The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy, we use the Allegro 2 reformer machine, a versatile piece of equipment that allows a wide range of exercises to be performed. The machine’s attachments increase the range of modifications that can be made to exercises, and allows for additional exercises beyond what can be done on in a mat-based Pilates class. This, in conjunction with the support given by the resistance the machine provides, allows people with a limited range of movement or injuries to safely perform modified exercises.
Special February Reformer Pilates PromotionAs a special introductory promotion, Linda is offering a 50% discount on your first 1-2-1 Reformer Pilates session throughout February 2017. These 1-2-1 sessions usually cost £70, but throughout February it will cost just £35. There are a limited number of sessions, so book early to avoid disappointment. To book your first 1-2-1 reformer Pilates session, call us on 020 8789 3881 quoting the promocode 121REFORMER.
About Linda Zurak
In 2006 she moved to London as the first graduate of The Pilates Center Advanced Teacher Training and Masters Programme in Boulder, Colorado. Linda has run her own Teacher Training Programme, continuing education workshops, retreats and bespoke in house training for various studios in the UK and Europe.
In addition to training in Landmark Education, NLP, Gyrotonic ® Gyrokinesis ® Body Rolling and Pilates; she has a qualification in Somatic Psychotherapy. This allows her to work with clients on a deeper level addressing the emotional and mental blocks that show up in old movement patterns.
Linda's current projects include an on-line mentoring/coaching programme and Emotional Anatomy workshops for movement teachers. In addition, she is proud to be an Ambassador for Lululemon Athletica.
Linda is a creative, energetic teacher and mentor that inspires people to live beyond their perceived limitations. She believes that how we relate to our bodies directly impacts how we experience the world and all of life.