We #love the #pilateswundachair.
#Swanonchair and its preps. I love the feeling of these preparations to get my #shoulderblades to #retract and #integrate with my torso. My legs stay #active and I feel my entire #deeplongitinualline working to bring me into extension. There is a small base of support so my support muscles have to work hard.
What is the Wunda Chair?
Though the basic design is simple, the Wunda Chair differs from its cousin the reformer in both its size and the support it gives. Because the base of support on the Chair is so much smaller than the reformer, it requires a great sense of integration throughout your entire body. Exercises are done lying, sitting, and standing on the chair, as well as from positions to the sides of the chair. One can expect a lot of stability and flexibility work on the chair. It is truly a testament to the ingenuity of the Pilates method to see how many exercises can be done on it.
Want to give the Chair a Try? $180 + hst for 3 Privates session in the month of May using the Wunda Chair and other equipment.