Pilates
Tower Unit Training

Technique and strength are required, in the Pilates Tower Unit classes. There is no chance to cheat. The Tower Unit Wall is also known as one of the most intense equipment elements in the Pilates training. Precise and deliberate exercises are performed in isolation. The beauty here, many elementary Pilates mat exercises are combined with spring resistance on the Tower Unit Wall. A workout for true stabilization and centering of your entire body.

You will learn the technique of the Pilates method very quickly and intensively, throughout the Pilates Tower Unit classes. Because the isolated training on the equipment actively strengthens the deep muscles. And the stretch is felt even more intensively due to the strong resistance of the springs. It feels like fine-tuning your body, which is especially made possible on the Tower Unit Wall.

Tower Unit Wall Training –
isolated and precise

Based on the Trapeze Table, the Pilates Tower Unit Wall is a variation mounted on the wall or the unit itself that offers the same benefits and functions. It complements the classic Pilates repertoire of exercises with Arm Springs, Leg Springs, Roll Down Bar and Push Through Bar with limitless exercise possibilities. The spring system allows adaptation to the respective performance level. Therefore it is ideally suited for rehabilitation measures, such as osteoporosis, slipped discs or shoulder injuries. The Tower Unit classes focus on the entire core, so called “Powerhouse”.


The Pilates Tower Unit Wall
is one of the most
intensive apparatus
elements in the
Pilates training.

A young woman at the Tower Unit Wall, demonstrates Pilates exercise for opening the chest, stretching and stabilising the entire centre of the body.

The Tower Unit Wall System supports the correct execution of exercises and corrects the entire posture and flexibility through controlled and isolated movements. In particular, people over 60 can benefit from the mindful training and the gentle build-up of motor skills and flexibility.

Also the Tower Unit Wall can be adapted to the individual needs of women during pregnancy. Here, the emphasis is on gentle training with stretching elements for more strength and body balance. At the same time, the Pilates Tower Unit training facilitates a gentle regression after pregnancy.

The Tower Unit Wall is a wonderful support for performing exercises in all positions. The Roll Down Bar, for example, facilitates the execution of a Pilates bridge and intensifies the perception of each stressed vertebra for more stability and precision.

Beginners’ classes for newcomers –
guided introduction to equipment training

Basically, there is nothing to prevent Pilates training without much previous knowledge. To familiarise yourself with the equipment, the movement sequences and the required body strength. We would recommend to take advantage of our Tower Unit Beginner classes at the beginning.

Due to one-sided stresses in everyday life, incorrect training can reinforce poor posture through imbalances. It is therefore very important to learn the basic principles of anatomy and physics of your body in order to fully develop the efficiency of Pilates and its breathing techniques.

Especially when training on the Pilates apparatus, the first classes are very advisable for beginners. If you want to get to know Pilates in a targeted way, we advise you to start with Tower Unit classes. This will prepare your entire body with strength for the rest of the Pilates repertoire.

From beginner to intermediate –
build up one’s body

Whether you’re a beginner or advanced, our Pilates classes teach you everything you need to know from our licensed, international Pilates instructors. So you will get the most out of your Pilates workout in everyday life. We offer Pilates equipment classes for different levels of experience. Regardless of your previous knowledge, in group, solo and duo classes. Therefore please discover our class schedule via our website.

The Pilates Tower Unit classes are creative and varied classes that are a lot of fun. Advanced Pilates fans in particular, love the strong Tower Unit repertoire in all its facets and Pilates exercise variations. For a healthy body feeling from the inside out.

A young woman performs a Pilates exercise on the Tower Unit Wall. She goes into a lateral stretch with the roll-down barre.

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