At Jennifer Pilates studio were train on Peak Pilates equipment.
They are many different types of Pilates exercise equipment's that can be helpful to many people.....some that are useful are Pilates ladder barrel, Pilates mats, Pilates caddilac's, pilates spine correctors, Pilates towers and toning balls.
No, Winsor Pilates has a great Pilates program that involves no equipment. There's other also but this is the best I have found. www.winsorpilates.com/
If you are incorporating the Pilates equipment no, you do not.
You can buy a lot of PIlates equipment, but nothing appears for rentals. Most Pilates equipment is rather simple and inexpensive any way.
The important pieces of Pilates equipment are a mat, an exercise band, a ball, and comfortable workout clothing.
Yes, it is a great afforable alternative for in-home Pilates equipment.
Depending on the type of Pilates one is doing, the best equipment could be obtained by many manufacturers. Some of these manufacturers include Balanced Body, Gratz and Peak Pilates.
A Pilates chair can be bought from an exercise and sports equipment store such as Modell's or Cybex. A Pilates chair can also be purchased directly from a manufacturer's website such as Gratz Pilates.
Any Balanced Body equipment is usually a great choice.
Pilates equipment can be purchased online from major retailers, as well as specialty stores locally. Some places to look might include local gyms (particularly ones that offer Pilates classes), as well as Walmart and any local sports equipment retailers.
Going from Pilates to Reformers Pilates is a personal choice. There really is no right or wrong time to change to Reformers Pilates. It is a different kind of exercise program that can go hand in hand with Pilates.