Pilates Bootcamp Alternative
What is the difference between Reformer Retreats and a Pilates Bootcamp?
A bootcamp workout is defined as a ‘short, intensive, and rigorous course of training’. The issue with a pilates bootcamp is that pilates involves a series of slow, carefully controlled movements that require a mind and body connection. This can be hard to achieve through any gruelling workout session. This means that a bootcamp style workout session would not be as effective.
Reformer Retreats have taken a step back from the idea of a pilates ‘bootcamp’ and instead created pilates events where you can sweat in style. Rather than heading down to a field to participate in a quick fire pilates class, we provide a 3 night stay at our blissful hotel where our sessions involve reformer equipment to maximise results.
We wanted you to get the most out of your pilates bootcamp alternative by including a series of activities that go beyond just pilates. During our pilates weekend you will have the option to attend wellness talks focusing on the menopause and life coaching. On top of that you can indulge in some spa treatments. For the the adventure seekers we will also be providing the option to try stand u paddle boarding. Finally, the whole break is catered for with plant based lunches across the Saturday and Sunday and 3 course evening meals every night of your stay.
What are the benefits of the Pilates Bootcamp Alternative?
Attending the Reformer Retreats pilates bootcamp alternative comes with a list of benefits. From physical improvements to better mental wellbeing. Our pilates retreat has been created with your relaxation, health and pleasure at the core purpose of all activities.
Check out some of the main benefits of Reformer Retreats pilates bootcamp alternative:
- Better movement
- Improved mental wellbeing
- Stress relief
- Increased balance
- Better posture
- Stronger core
- Reduced back pain
Reformer Retreats is unique in that it is one of the only Pilates retreats outside of London that integrates the Reformer equipment into the break. We offer 2 reformer classes over the weekend and 4 mat classes per person. Our sessions will have a small capacity allowing every individual to have dedicated time from our expert teachers. As well as our Pilates classes there will be sunrise and sunset meditation sessions where you will be guaranteed to experience a great sea view.
Who teaches the Pilates Bootcamp Alternative classes?
All of the Pilates sessions across the weekend are always led by our expert teachers Sophie and Louise. Both of the Reformer Retreats instructors are fully trained in the art of Classical Pilates, taught by second generation pilates teacher Kirk Smith. You can read more about the background of Sophie and Louise on the about us page on our website.
If you have any further questions regarding our Pilates Bootcamp alternative, Reformer Retreats please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you and hopefully meeting you at one of our Pilates Retreats events. You can find out more or book onto our retreat via our page.