BEST BODY TRIGG: HOW TO GET A REFORMER PILATES MEMBERSHIP FOR FREE

Hey there, I hope things are starting to return to normal for you – we’re excited about fully re-opening our studio’s over the coming weeks.

 

Anyways…as you probably know, we’re reopening Best Body Trigg soon.

 

We’re excited to get back to what we love doing the most – helping people get pain free, body strong, flexible, toned, and achieve their ideal weight – and becoming physically and mentally unstoppable – so they can live their best life in a body they love.

 

Now, check this out…I’m going to run a little contest here and give a Best Body membership (3 times per week for 3 months) to a lucky winner: I’ll announce the winners on Monday evening.

 

We want to make some good things happen after a challenging couple of months for everyone.

 

This is YOUR chance to win a Reformer Pilates membership.

 

This Will Only Take a Couple of Minutes…All You Have to Do Is Answer ONE Question 

 

In the comments section of this blog post, tell me…

  1. How you think a Best Body Reformer Pilates membership can help you over the next 3 months, coming out of this pandemic

(Note: If you’re particularly excited about getting back into shape fast, physically and mentally – then…let me know EXACTLY which aspect you most want to achieve. Also share details of how Reformer Pilates has already helped you!).

 

That’s it!

 

Entries with more SPECIFICS have a better chance of winning.

 

On Monday, I’m going to go through every single one of your responses and award the winner in the evening. If you win, you’re gonna get

  1. Access (3 times per week) to the Best Body classes at Trigg for 3 months, where you’ll receive guidance and support to build a body you love.
  2. A support squad to help you rebound out of this pandemic faster and better…
  3. Strong, healthy, fit, and toned! (and happy!)

 

I’ll award one winner.

 

I’m really excited to read your entry and hear what you have to say…

 

Good luck!

Scott ‘Excited to get back to a new normal’ Wescombe

P.S. I’ll update you this week if you are interested in early access for the reopening of our Trigg studio.

72 Comments

  1. Renae Lloyd

    Hi Scott
    I am dying to get back into Reformer Pilates because it is essential for me to be able to keep up my passion of running. I run around 100km a week and if I don’t do pilates regularly I get really bad tendonitis, shoulder pain, headaches and sometimes even anxiety. Reformer pilates balances out all the destruction I wreak on my body from running, it makes me feel strong rather than exhausted and it helps me feel emotionally ready to take on most things. That is pretty specific.

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    • Teneeka Moran

      Hi there,

      I’d love to get into Pilates. I’m a first time Mum to my 10 month old little girl! I own my own small business and it’s extremely hard prioritising myself. My little one comes first then my business and I don’t have much time for me! I’d love to get back into shape after having her. I’d ideally like to lose some weight and tone up! I did some Pilates while pregnant and loved it!
      I need someone to tell me what to do with exercising, otherwise I just don’t fit me time in!

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  2. Jacinta Devitt

    I’m very excited to get back to Pilates because I was doing it 3 times a week for a couple of months before it all went down, and during those months I was pain free In my back and hips due to inflammation ( I am only 19!). And I was loving how I it was not only making me pain free but also making me more toned and fit. Therefore I am so excited to come back to Best Body to become pain free again as the time away has meant the pain is back, and I get get for again and quite toned like I was after only a couple of months doing Pilates!!! I honestly can’t wait to get structure back in my week along with toned muscle and a pain free body!

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  3. Juliana

    Hello!

    I wanted to get into reformer pilates as a way of getting into strength work over the hiatus of covid19. I have been at physio 4 times since we isolated and weren’t allowed to head to gyms coupled with the working from home the neck pain has been chronic. I think reformer pilates May strengthen back neck better over time.

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  4. Kate Miller

    This would allow me to finally focus on myself to improve my strength both mentally and physically. It would allow me to reconnect my body and mind following a stressful period in essential services working with vulnerable clients. I have been feeling very overwhelmed lately and believe that winning would give me the motivation I need to commit to myself and my health by getting into a regular routine with exercise and help me learn to love the body I have.

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  5. Kathie hall

    Hi thank for this opportunity.. my youngest daughter is student at uni and has disease called colitis and is always in pain with sitting and studying , she has done ( and been recommended Pilates by her specialist) .. I can obviously help her join a class but , as single mum , would so appreciate her getting three months free… I was actually going to ask Katie if you did offer student discounts … thank you for this offer … many thanks Kathie hall

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  6. Kate Turner

    I would love the opportunity to get back some strength as i had knee surgery under Dr Colvin just before the lockdown. 12 weeks to be exact and im allowed to do exercise again, pilates would be the perfect start to my rehab. Doing zoom physio sessions was a lifesaver for my rehab but this would help on my road to recovery. 3 young kids to chase after means recovery and rehab are important this would really help!!

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    • Shelden

      Hi this sounds like a fantastic opportunity! I had been doing pilates for a couple of months and couldn’t believe the difference it made on my whole body, inside and out.
      I had dislocated my knee and was finding it hard to maintain a regular gym routine to strengthen my leg but pilates worked amazing.
      It’s a great regime to keep my mind and body sane during the work week.

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  7. Rhian

    Already having a Best Body Reformer, I know the amazing benefits it has had on my physical and mental wellbeing. Prior to the pandemic, I felt strong, happy and comfortable with my body and I have reformer pilates to thank. I felt toned, lean and my core has never been stronger, I actually had abs!! It was also my way to clear my head after a long day at work and I felt refreshed and stress free after each session. Since the pandemic I have felt I have lost a lot of that, and cannot wait to feel so much better about my self again. I cant wait for studios to completely reopen so I can feel stronger, happier and healthier both physically and mentally:)

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  8. Natalie Collins

    Thank you for this wonderful opportunity and good luck all.
    I was going 3 days a week to strengthen my core, get my body back in shape and help with my anxiety. Ive had 2 terminal cancers, with horrible chemo and several major surgeries and this was my reward. To get my mind and body back again, healthy and strong.

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  9. Nicky Broad

    Scott
    I came into your Best Body World last July 2019. Couldn’t afford it but it became as essential as groceries, Electricity and Water. I was a physical and Emotional Wreck from a diabolical 5 Years of Tragedy after tragedy. Covid came and changed the world and again I reentered Best Body with Luke’s classes. His guidance and detail to get the best out of each and every movement has brought me back for more. It is now my place of nourishment but also a place of my best moves every single time!
    Thank you for providing a place to reconnect with my mind body and soul ❤️

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  10. Rebecca Hodge

    I’d really love to get back to Pilates as I was doing pregnancy Pilates at the pregnancy studio and didn’t realise how beneficial it actually was until after I’d given birth! My pelvic floor is so much stronger and my abdominal separation was significantly less with this second pregnancy. My recover was also much quicker! Pilates also gives me the opportunity for some me time when my days are spent with a newborn and very active two year old!

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  11. Maureen Stringer

    Hi,
    I came to see Katherine (physio)after a gluteous&shoulder ops&she has changed my life as she has given me confidence to move forward in my fitness which I have not had for forty years. It’s been fabulous to be able to come to some classes which Luke has been the instructor&also has helped me immensely so no turning back for me now⭐️⭐️

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  12. Tracy Stillitano

    Hi Scott, I’m super keen to get back into reformer pilates. Since having my third child, the time I get to spend on myself is minimal ;-( Going to classes has allowed me a few hours each week to focus on me 😉 This has been essential to the health of my back. In 11 months I experienced 3 server back injuries which all took over 2 months of recovery. The third, and hopefully final time I hurt my back, was when I was at the zoo with my kids. I lent forwards and ‘twang’ there goes my back. The pain was excruciating, to the point where the following day I passed out due to the pain. I had many months of Chiro sessions and she recommended I join your studio. Since then, 10.5 months later, I’ve been basically back pain free and haven’t “done” my back since. I know it’s because I’m stronger and healthier than I’ve ever been. I love the community and support that Best Body provides and would love to join my healthy back journey with you guys.

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  13. Jessica Schwendinger

    Hi Scott, I found your studio and read your amazing online reviews. They’ve given me the confidence to take the steps necessary to regain my health and strength after a bad car accident. I’m worth the time commitment, and finding a local, supportive environment will be integral to my success. I’m looking forward to strengthening my core, working on my general fitness, and gaining exercise confidence in an often intimidating space.

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  14. Tom Gravestock

    I am so interested in pilates, I want it to help me reach my goal of getting to 100 years, being able to run jump and throw. The coming out of Covid is exciting as I am battling the end stages of a frozen shoulder and arthritis caused by chikungunya. As I am 65, still wanting to compete in athletic field events at world championships (when they come available), I am looking forward to kick starting my training, continuing my rehabilitation and getting in the best shape possible to compete and win medals and also training others in the skills of throwing, good living and training.

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  15. Taryn

    I loved learning Pilates at the Trigg location. I had to put my membership on hold for a few months due to long work hours in the child protection field and I have not put me first in a long time.
    I have promised myself to return to the studio and have lacked the motivation. I am ready , I know I am ready to kickstart a new me ! Pilates made me feel alive ( and sore !!!!) at the same time . My core needs strengthening !!!!

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  16. Sonja Wettermann

    Hi Scott
    I can’t wait for Reformer Pilates to start again. I’m slacking off at the home classes now.
    Reformer has helped me to lose 8.7kg as well as keeping my hip pain down through building up the muscles around it.
    I would love the opportunity to increase my Pilates to 3 times a week, however, can’t afford it under normal circumstances.

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  17. Lauren Gillespie

    An ode to the reformer

    Well we were only just getting started,
    A new romance had just begun,
    Finally with Pilates I had been reunited,
    Best Body Trigg had me done.
    Everything was going so well,
    My reformer and I would meet,
    For a session run by a BB belle,
    Most definitely twice a week.
    My body was repaired and more,
    Old injuries to my shoulders, hips and back,
    The pregnancies that broke my abs and tore my pelvic floor,
    Haunted me less and less I felt on the attack.
    My love for reformer became stronger,
    But then came an awful test,
    Alas COVID struck and we could meet no longer,
    At home classes for everyone it was for the best.
    My body longs for the reformer machine,
    I look forward to the day we meet again,
    In the meantime a zoom Pilates meetin,
    Will have to ease my heart and body’s pain.

    Note poetic license has been taken

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  18. Helen Shaw

    Hi Scott, as a 52 year old woman I can honestly say that up until joining Best Body Pilates 12 months ago I have never managed to stick with any exercise/gym program without injury or boredom setting in. They say it takes time to make exercise habit forming and a natural part of how you like to spend your time – this notion was foreign to me personally and I envied those people who seemed to ‘have a desire in their blood’. For me it had always been an ‘effort’! That was until I joined Best Body Pilates – I found the Trigg Studio welcoming, the app easy to use and within 3 months I was attending regularly 4x a week. Within 4-5 months my body shape was slowly changing – I was pain free (no back pain) and I felt so much stronger and energetic. My biggest fear: that with the forced break and the winter months ahead that I may lose the momentum. In the past few weeks I can feel my back is weaker and I am so keen to get back into the studio. I can honestly say I have missed my pilates sessions and taking ’45 minutes’ out for myself- where i have to concentrate so much that the worries of the day – disappear and I leave feeling refreshed and proud that I got there!

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  19. Megan

    I would love the opportunity to focus on me. An essential worker during covid has made me so grateful to be employed. My partner unfortunately lost his job and being able to work and keep family afloat has been amazing however haven’t been able to take any time for me and or fitness.
    Being a mum in her 40s of two in year one and younger, being arthritic from multiple major trauma accidents to bones I would be so ever grateful to allow myself to focus on me

    Think Pilates would help me immensely to get my body back on track and in shape:)

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  20. Jadie Clarke

    Hi Scott,

    I am really excited to get back into doing reformer a few times a week at best bodies Trigg! I was doing 3 classes a week before covid hit and I was also 13 weeks pregnant and feeling really strong, through my legs, core and pelvic floor and was excited to keep it up throughout my pregnancy. I have noticed a big change since having to stop, more aches and pains and I’ve lost some of that much needed stability Around my pelvis that’s needed during pregnancy. So I can’t wait to get back into the classes and keep the up throughout my second pregnancy and post partum. It really helped with my first baby and I know it’s what my body needs going into a second child.

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  21. Kerylee Barac

    Thank you for the opportunity to enter your competition but I will decline as feel there will be others that would benefit financially from winning the Free 3 months during these challenging times. I’ve been lucky enough to maintain my employment so feel the opportunity will benefit someone who hasn’t. I really look forward to classes opening again and can’t wait to get back as my body and mind definitely has missed it and i have noticed the impact. Thanks

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  22. Amber Nelson

    I’m so looking forward to Best Body Trigg reopening soon. Pilates has really become a part of my life and I’ve truly missed it. Over the last year that I’ve been a member, I’ve found strength in parts of my body that I didn’t even know existed. My three sons got to try some pilates over the break and it’s great to hear them say that Mum would easily beat anyone in the family in a planking’ competition. Basically, I’ve never felt fitter; and while I haven’t stopped moving during this Covid era, I know that as soon as my pilates sessions get going again, my body is really going to thank me for it.

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  23. Elena Pietersen

    I only joined Trigg BB not long before lock down and had 6 sessions which I absolutely loved and could see results starting. Therefore I was so disappointed when we had to stop. What I would like out of continuing is to see and feel trimmer as I know it was defiantly toning up my body. With the stretching in classes I found I had less aching legs so I know long term it will have huge benefits for me. No to mention the mental stimulation it gave me. Thank you for the opportunity to enter.

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  24. Melissa Kovacs

    I’ve tried most things like everyone else, especially during COVID!
    I think I have sabotaged all my good deeds.

    Tried Boot Camp, Body Combat, Spin, etc etc & HIIT (which I loved but body not conditioned for that just yet)

    Walking…I do something to my hip or knee making it catch or ache for some reason

    Yoga…too many past & present injuries to mention usually to do with lower back

    Bikram…too hot smelly & unhygienic. Thought I was going to pass out but persevered. A month was too much!

    Pilates…usually way too expensive & my usual instructor has moved. The online platform is great but not the same as reformer.

    I simply LOVE ❣️Pilates it works well for me & I usually see results without any injury.

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  25. S Stephens

    Wow! Yes please! Desperately keen to get back into shape fast, physically and mentally! I thought COVID hadn’t really affected me but it’s been way tougher than I thought both mentally and physically. I would just relish the opportunity to get into Pilates with BestBody. This is something I can do now and continue to do without undue stress on joints or muscles – working hard but appropriately and with the best guidance possible!

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  26. Joellene naylor

    COVID has been a scary time for all the unknown of when it will all go back to normal, some may say what its normal? Losing jobs, added stress and not seeing loved ones really taking a toll on all around me. Every time I turn on the TV it seems to always negative news which often got me down. I have been with best body for years now since the I Physio / happy physio days I can’t recall which came first 🙂 reformer Classes and physio with what is now called best body has helped me distract from the negative stuff going on with the world and focus on me, gain better balance (Which was shocking when I started), core strength and made me feel better from long days on site / in the office along with more confidence. Through COVID i have started to work from home no stand up desk is killer! I have continued to seek help from the phyiso’s at best body which has been such a help / distraction to the everyday stresses that have occurred over the last couple of months, a membership At trigg would help me To get back into regular classes and continue to stay Pain free, active and mentally on point.

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  27. Georgi

    I’m a first time mum to a 6 week old little girl. I am expecting to get clearance for exercise on Friday and what a great way to kick start a return to exercise than reformer Pilates. I did clinical Pilates sessions the whole way through my pregnancy and really loved it. I was very lucky to have absolutely no complications and I know Pilates was one of the reasons. Being couped up in the house due 6 weeks is starting to send me bonkers. Please give me an excuse to fly the coup and jump back into some exercise again.

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  28. Rosie Pattinson

    Hi there Scott!

    In the past 10 months, I have suffered through crippling muscular lower back and hip pain which at times prevented me from walking, picking up my baby and of course expressing my body the way I used to enjoy the most; doing high intensity workouts. I spent thousands on ALL the therapies, including alternate therapies. A huge part of this journey was accepting that mum bodies are different to pre-baby bodies. Not just the way it looks or feels but how it functions. Not all women are lucky enough to have their muscles and joints return to what they were to meet their previous fitness goals.

    I had always wrote off pilates, but with nowhere else to turn I started reformer pilates. Well the proof was in the pudding. Finally an exercise that was gentle on back pain, whilst still giving me the mental and physical boost I was used to. Each exercise allows me to adjust my body to achieve alignment in my spine that my injuries crave. Being able to adjust the intensity of each exercise has allowed me to focus on what part of my body is feeling strong or weak on the day. Of course, using the entire body harmoniously in each exercise stops strain on particular areas. The smooth movements of the reformer feels right for my body. Doing reformer pilates, I never had past knee, shoulder, elbow etc injuries flare up like they have doing everything else.

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  29. Jenny T

    Having read through many comments my vote goes to Natalie Collins for coping with cancer and still trying to get herself back into shape. I have missed my pilates classes as I had been going 3 times a week for about 6 weeks when it all shut up shop. Good luck to all entrants and thanks for the offer for one lucky member to have 3 months. Everyone else maybe some day I might see you at pilates when we can all return again. Good luck everyone and stay focused on health.

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  30. Kim

    Dear Scott
    Here we go.. I’m a young mum of two beautiful boys. Last year I was diagnosed with breast cancer when my boys were just 18mths and 3. I had surgery to remove my breast and chemotherapy.
    As you can imagine for the last nearly 5 years I have been pregnant, breast feeding, pregnant again, breast feeding again and then breast cancer ..whilst raising two babes who need my full attention…. Although they have actually been my saviours through all of this !
    I wanted to do something for myself so started at BB Trigg earlier this year just before this virus came along.
    To receive a Pilates membership would be such a wonderful gift.
    It would obviously help me immensely with my mastectomy recovery and allow me to have some ‘me’ time <3

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  31. Miriam Bowen

    Hi Scott,

    I have 3 main problem areas:
    i) hip/pelvic instability due to weak glutes and tight hamstrings that causes me lower back and hip pain – especially after playing tennis;
    ii) a shoulder injury due to a skiing fall that caused a tear, tendonitis and frozen shoulder – this is largely fixed, but needs management with the impact of serving at tennis; and
    iii) neck issues due mainly postural issues with working at a computer all day – especially from home where my set up is not perfect. My neck is also suffering due to compensating for the shoulder injury

    The Covid shutdown has led to 3 things* – no pilates, extra tennis and working from home. So all of the above have been made worse or need extra management!

    So it would be great to give some focus to my problem areas with some focussed pilates.

    *well actually 4 things – also the strange phenomenon of my clothes shrinking.in the wardrobe?! so pilates may also help with that 🙂

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  32. Kim

    Hi Scott,
    Just wanted to add that I forgot to mention I also have ongoing issues with pelvic instability which began with my first pregnancy. Reformer Pilates has significantly helped me in the past to the point where I had no pelvic pain and forgot all about it.
    As I haven’t been going to a reformer class for some time now I can feel pain returning in my pelvis which radiates down my inner thighs and up to my abdomen also.
    So I feel 3 days a week of reformer Pilates is going to transform my body and mind . Helping with my breast surgery shoulder range of motion /stretching and toning my legs and glutes to support my pelvis.
    Thank you

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  33. Kaye

    Hi Scott

    Thanks for this opportunity. I joined Best Body Trigg only a few weeks before Covid 19 reared it’s ugly head. Going 3 times a week gave me such a lift both physically and mentally. In the short time I was attending, I felt stronger, happier and healthier. I’m really looking forward to restarting.

    I’ve managed to have really good nutrition over this past month but my body needs activity to help tone my muscles and get me back into shape. It’s also important that my 3 kids see me doing some exercise that I love to know the benefits of keeping fit.

    Not only has my physical strength suffered over this time of absence, but so has my mental clarity. The home confinement has made it too easy to be complacent when looking after my mental health. I know returning to Best Body will also give my mind the lift it needs.

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  34. james reid

    What i want to exactly acheive Scott is the following;

    1/ lose 5 kilo’s from 87kgs down to 82kgs within the next 3 months.

    2/ flexibility back to approx. 75-80%

    3/ vastly improve my strength, balance (and aerobic capacity to where it was pre Covid 19.

    4/ as a foundation member of Trigg I was consistently completing 4 sessions per week (over 170 sessions since you opened), and felt absolutely fantastic in mind and body…so yeah, guess that makes me an addict!!

    Really excited BB is opening and super keen to get back into it with your awesome team of instructors.

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  35. Teresa

    I have really missed Pilates and the strength I have gained in my lower back, knees and in my pelvic floor.

    Can’t wait to get back into it.

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  36. Cody

    Hello,

    I would love to win this membership as do so many deserving people.
    My main reason is to increase my strength, both in mind and body.
    I want to feel strong and lean in my body and set achievable goals. The past few months of my beloved costal walks just arnt cutting it anymore! Haha.

    I love reformer but have always found most studios to be not as community minded and I feel best body is the right place to start my journey again, I want to feel confident and obsessed with my fitness goals. I want to increase my flexibility and correct my posture.

    COVID 19 has been a very life changing experience for me it has grounded me, I have created healthy habits and want to continue to develop these habits by committing to classes.

    I have had injury’s in the past from incorrect technique and want to feel safe in an environment to practice Pilates with specialists.

    Thankyou, Cody.

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  37. Veronica Plej

    Hi Scott
    Going into this pandemic.has been busier than ever for me . I’m a mental health clinician at PCH and we’ve been impacted greatly. I’ve been working long hours in addition to working with my very busy Remedial Therapy Practice clients. My self care and pelvic floor would benefit enormously.!! I want to feel strong again so I can keep on giving and become the best version of myself for my self, my family and for my clients

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  38. Daniela

    Hi Scott,

    My friend has been doing reformer for a couple of months pre pandemic and I was amazed to see how toned her body had become & the muscle definition. I have wanted to try it out but with kids and work wasn’t sure I could make the times.

    I am super keen to try it out as I’m looking to create a strong core and elongated frame as well as weight loss. I currently swim, yoga and do stairs and walking but would like to incorporate something else that would marry everything I currently do. I did do a class when I lived in LA & loved it! I am definitely keen to change my body, have core strength and toned arms with flexibility. Perhaps it would also help with the upper back pain I have as well

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  39. Peter Bailey

    Hi Scott

    Back in March 2019 I had major back surgery. Tried swimming for a while and liked it, but needed more. I did my research and finally picked Best Body.
    I went to the free assessment and while going through the process I was asked what were my goals for Pilates.
    I had just one answer mobility. I was asked is that it and the answer was yes, mobility was what I was wanting and you guys delivered that for me.
    At 63 and having done virtually know exercise over the years, a part from some failed attempts with gym memberships, I was hooked with the Best Body reformer classes and the dedicated instructors.
    I started with twice a week and now do three sessions a week. The covid-19 set me back both financially and physically and I miss going to the Pilates classes and can’t wait to be back.
    Basically all I can say is thanks and see you soon.

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  40. Emma

    I am excited to join best body as I have never tried reformer Pilates and you come highly recommend! I have always worked out in some way but I have really struggled during this pandemic with at home workouts. I’m looking forward to trying something new, Improving my non existent flexibility and getting back into shape! ☺️

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  41. SJ

    I have always strongly believed in Pilates being not only good for you mentally and physically, but being a crucial preventative to many “ailments” in today’s society. I fell of the bandwagon last year with my mums sudden deterioration and the long journey through hospitals, transition care and nursing homes. I also try to balance 12 hr night shifts with family life which has had me exhausted with no energy and unhappy. It’s been very easy to make excuses to not excercise … and covid has really helped that along… I have morphed into a sloth in the space of a year!! This email popped up and I am so excited (as I missed the opportunity last time) to finally say “NO MORE EXCUSES”, Covid can go back into its box, coz I am coming out of mine!! I will be strong, happy & healthy… not only for myself but for my family.

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