The important thing to consider when attending Clinical Equipment sessions and considering appropriate clothing, is to choose something you can move freely in. The exercise you will be doing may involve bending forwards (trying to reach for your toes) and backwards, making big circle movements with your legs, and reaching your arms up above your head. You don’t want to feel restricted by your clothing, or self conscious by having parts exposed during these movements. I recommend wearing either leggings or tracksuit pants on the bottom (my favourite brand being Lululemon!) and a comfortable T-shirt or exercise top, not too loose and long that it can get caught in springs. Try to avoid long ties on your pants, or at least tuck these in if you have them, as they can also get caught in springs during exercises like the Cat Stretch on the reformer. Footwear is not worn during your Clinical Equipment sessions, and you will be provided with specialised grip socks on your first visit. Another thing to note is, if you are prone to sweating during an exercise session, please bring along a sweat towel, and of course, a bottle of water to stay hydrated.