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Locally owned and operated, Chesapeake Pilates Center is conveniently located in Arundel Plaza off route 2 in Annapolis between the Harbour Center and Town Center.

 Renovated before opening in January of 2016, the studio feels open yet intimate in a spa like setting.  Clients say our beautiful space helps them to feel calm and focussed.

Our culture is encouraging and supportive from both staff and fellow clientele.

Chesapeake Pilates Center is fully equipped with all the traditional apparatus featuring Gratz Pilates, giving us access to the entire system of Pilates.

Tour the Studio

Leave the stress outside and take a moment to breath in our reception and waiting area.  CPC’s owner Stefanie named the studio after her Chesapeake Bay Retrievers.   Spike and Rocky make rare appearances.


The Reformer is the most popular of Joe Pilates inventions.  It is a moving carriage on wheels connected to the frame by springs.
 CPC has a total of 6 reformers


Our newest addition is the lesser known Guillotine.  Joe Pilates created this member of the tower/cadillac family to fit in doorways.  Pilates exercises done on here helps with muscle balance and symmetry.


The Cadillac is one of the most versatile pieces of pilates equipment.  Imagine a single bed with scaffolding and springs connected for resistance.  Acrobatic and inversion moves can be done on the upper parallel bars.  CPC has 2.


The Tower is the Cadillac without all the scaffolding.  This versatile piece has a high mat at the base where you can stand, sit, kneel or lie down to perform exercises.  CPC has 4 tower units.


Our versatile back room can be used for private sessions or group classes.  This photo depicts the set-up for group Wunda Chair work.  Typically, one of our reformers is homed here.


Joe Pilates invented a variety of chairs – 
The Wunda Chair, The High Chair and The Arm Chair.

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CPC has 4 Wunda chairs, 2 Arm chairs and 1 High chair.
Three Ped-o-puls are stored behind the arm chairs.


An intermediate level group equipment class doing an exercise called short spine on the reformer.


Natural light and open space!