We are proud to distribute Award winning equipment from BASI Systems in Pilates4you studio. Wunda Chair, designed by Rael Isacowitz, the founder of BASI Pilates, boasts so much technology and innovation in its design that it won the A’Design Award in its category in Italy in 2019.
The Wunda Chair from BASI Systems can be adjusted with a high level of precision, yet the transitions between movements are kept smooth, enabling flow which is one of the fundamentals of BASI Pilates. When Joseph Pilates designed the original Wunda Chair, it was born out of necessity – his high-profile clients in New York required a piece of equipment at home to continue their exercise between studio sessions. However, (a common issue here in London), space came at a premium and a Reformer was not easy fit in a typical living room. Thus, came the Wunda Chair, a piece of equipment literally designed to accommodate a wide range of exercises, yet fits in the corner of a small apartment and can even be used as a chair when needed.
What sets apart this Wunda Chair is its wide seat, which enables anyone to accommodate more advanced repertoire and its unique rail system that lets you quickly adjust the resistance of the pedals to each client’s needs. It also has ports that allow us to connect the F2 System, increasing the number of exercises to an unexpected level from this single piece of equipment. (Oh, and all the users love the silicon wheels which lets us position the chair when needed!)
The Wunda Chair is extensively used for stability, strength and rehabilitation exercises in many studios in London. Its ease of use and small dimensions may disguise its potential, but it’s definitely one of the favourite equipment of the Pilates professionals.
If you are interested in more about the technical details of the Chair (or considering one for yourself!), then you may follow this link to our page: https://gladform.com
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