Recharge this winter with Reformer Retreats Pilates holidays. Designed with your wellbeing and fitness in mind, our retreats are led by Classically trained Pilates teachers, situated in a stunning location with the most inspiring backdrop to enhance your holiday.
Discover what to expect by attending one of our Pilates retreats.
Pilates Holidays 2022
Reformer Retreats have organised the ultimate Pilates escape that you do not want to miss. Our next winter event is in January 2022. January is known for the ‘Christmas Comedown’ that comes after December's festive fun, presents and parties and plenty of overindulgence.
What better way to kick off your new year with a Pilates retreat to make you feel recharged, refreshed and indulged- this time in a healthy way.
January Reformer Retreat:
The first of our Pilates Holidays takes place in January 2022 providing you with a well deserved opportunity to try new things, improve your fitness and get a deepened understanding of Pilates. Led by classically trained teachers, you can expect a mixture of group mat classes and reformer sessions as well as 1-1 training.
This retreat is located on the North West coast at a stunning boutique hotel with sea views. All of the Pilates sessions take place with a stunning backdrop of the marine lake and sea from the 180 degree panoramic room. Here are some of the things you can expect from the Pilates weekend:
- 2 or 3 night stay at the 4 star Bliss Hotel
- group reformer workouts (grouped by ability) X 2
- Sunrise and sunset mat workouts X 3
- Meditation in a cocooned sound proofed room
- Wellness talk on the menopause with leading hormone & menopause specialist Dr Paula Briggs
- Life coaching
- Plant based lunches x 2
- 3 course dinners pulled together by a nutritionist
- A choice of spa treatment
What are the benefits of Pilates Holidays?
There are a number of benefits of attending one of our Pilates holidays- both for your physical and mental health. Here are some of the benefits of getting involved with Pilates:
It helps to reduce stress
Any form of exercise can help to reduce stress, however, Pilates is particularly good at reducing stress because of its focus on control of breath and the mind and body connection.
As you improve your mindfulness with Pilates, you are better able to regulate your nervous system. This gives you better control of your fight or flight response- thus overtime reducing stress.
It can relieve menopausal symptoms
Research shows that Pilates can relieve some symptoms of the menopause. This is said to be due to the fact that Pilates is proven to reduce stress on joints, enhances mood and improves sleep. All of this coincides with the relief of menopause symptoms. To find out more about the link between Pilates and the menopause we talk more about it here.
It improves your range of motion
Although Pilates is low impact, it is highly effective when it comes to improving your range of motion and flexibility. The emphasis on your power house (strong core) can help to reduce back and hip pain. It also focuses on correcting posture and proper alignment of the body's muscles and joints. By exercising these areas regularly during Pilates your range of motion should improve.
- Breath control
- Better sleep
- Muscle and joint pain reduction and rehabilitation
- Better mobility and balance
- Improved mood
- Increased strength
- Reduced menstrual pain
- Increased energy levels and motivation
Does all of this sound like something you need to try? If you want to find out more check out our Pilates retreat page where you can see our gallery of photos of our previous Pilates Holidays, the itinerary and more. Alternatively, please give us a call on 07958 983535 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help.