Spine Correctors

As the name suggests, spine correctors are pieces of Pilates equipment that can help with alignment and posture during an exercise. A Pilates spine corrector is typically made out of a wooden base with high-density foam padding to provide ample support while still retaining its form. 

Some spine correctors also feature a padded seat to alleviate tightness in the hips, as well as handlebars to help you stay balanced when you’re doing moves that require you to be on your stomach. 

Spine correctors are best suited for movements that focus on lengthening your legs, back and core. Scissor kicks, side bends and one-arm presses are some examples of exercises that can be done on a spine corrector. 

If you’re working with a spine corrector for Pilates that has handlebars, you can use these to keep your wrists in a neutral position when doing exercises like planks and shoulder taps.

After you’ve completed your workout, you can roll down gently on the arch of your spine corrector to give yourself a nice stretch.

Another benefit of working with Pilates spine correctors is that they are extremely versatile. Lots of fitness studios use these both on their own and alongside other equipment for a more intense workout.

As an example, spine correctors can be used alongside reformer machines: the padded arch can help prop you up as you do single-leg presses or give you support as you do seated chest presses. 

Pilates World provides Pilates spine correctors in Australia that have been thoroughly tested for safety and ease of use. We have carefully selected the best spine correctors available on the market, ensuring that they are good for both personal and professional use. 

If you’d like to know more about how we select the best Pilates spine correctors in Australia or are wondering how to use spine correctors alongside other equipment and accessories, feel free to reach out to us. 


  • Are spine correctors for Pilates necessary?

    As far as Pilates equipment is concerned, spine correctors are great investments even for those with a home gym. They are extremely versatile when it comes to modifying exercises and aiding in post-workout recovery, which means you’re more than likely to get a lot of use out of your spine corrector.

  • How do you clean a spine corrector?

    In order to keep your Pilates spine corrector free from bacteria build-up, you should wipe it down after every workout. A general rule of thumb is that you shouldn’t be using any harsh chemicals to clean the surface of your spine corrector. Mixing mild soap with water should provide enough of a clean, followed by a wipe-down with clear water to rinse any soap off.

  • Who needs spine correctors?

    Spine correctors can easily be incorporated into any exercise routine, making them suitable for Pilates enthusiasts of any level. In fact, spine correctors can also be used by fitness trainers who want to add variety into their client’s routines, be it in a group Pilates reformer class or a personal training session.