Reformer Pilates

What is Reformer Pilates?

Invented by Pilates founder, Joseph Pilates, the Pilates Reformer is a piece of equipment that provides resistance with a series of springs and straps. It will improve strength, coordination, flexibility, balance, and stability. While Pilates training focuses on core strength, it trains the body as an integrated whole. Exercising with the reformer is possible for anyone, at any fitness level. 


In addition to the Reformer piece of equipment, we also utilize the Pilates chair and tower. For private sessions at PilatesByT, we can incorporate the Cadillac. 



  • Lennie teaches group Reformer Pilates classes at PilatesByT located in Hinsdale, Illinois. The classes range from beginner to advanced. We also offer private and semi-private Reformer sessions. At this location, we work with a variety of equipment including the Cadillac, the Reformer with Tower, Wunda Chair, and Ladder Barrel. 



— Cary Hall

"Lennie is an amazing instructor. I have competed and placed in obstacle course events. The one thing I neglected in my training is core and flexibility work. She is tough and pleasant at the same time and provides truly serious workouts while pushing her students. She has improved my core strength, balance, and flexibility. I would recommend her to anyone.