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Bring Your Own Reformer Loops at the Pilates Studio

Stay Safe at the Pilates Studio | Bring Your Own Reformer Loops

product reviews Aug 05, 2020

Remember life before Covid? It feels like a long time ago, doesn't it? A few months ago, when we wanted to take a Pilates class, all we had to think about is finding time in our schedule. But times have changed! Now as we get ready to head to the studio, we likely have these questions on our mind:  

  • How can I get my Pilates practice in while keeping myself and others safe?
  • Did the person in class before me carefully disinfect the machine?
  • I know that the Reformer straps probably got sprayed and wiped down, but are they really clean? Like, truly clean? 

If you've asked these questions, you're in good company! To put their minds at ease, many students are opting to bring their own Reformer straps and handles. This way, they know exactly where the straps have been, who has touched them, and how well they're getting cleaned.

How to Keep Your Reformer Loops and Handles Clean

If you're interested in getting some of your own, I've done the search work for you and have 2 awesome recommendations. In this video, I'll tell you everything you need to know about both of them.  



See the Loop and Roll in Action: Pilates at Home | TRX Substitute with ELEMENTS Loop and Roll


Purchase your ELEMENTS loops or handles here:

Use coupon code MARA for 10% off.

This post contains affiliate links, which allows me to continue offering tons of excellent free content on this site. I only recommend stuff I love.

Double Loops (the grey/beige ones)

Loop and Roll (the pink one)

If you're a studio owner, consider purchasing wholesale so you have some in stock for your students to purchase directly from you before class.


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