Pilates HarmonyStudio

Mind, Body, and Spirit in Harmony

Pilates HarmonyStudio

“In 10 sessions you will feel the difference. In 20 sessions you will see the difference.

And in 30, you will be on your way to having a whole new body.”

- Joseph Pilates

At Pilates Harmony, we believe Pilates will change your life in positive ways!


​​​PILATES HARMONY STUDIO in Stafford, VA is a beautiful, inviting boutique studio offering private and semi-private Pilates instruction to clients of all fitness and age levels.  We recognized that no two body types are the same and pride ourselves on providing personal attention tailored to your needs. Our sessions are challenging, energizing and fun! We utilized a full spectrum of Pilates apparatus including: mat, reformer, tower, cadillac, wunda chair, high chair, ped-o-pul, ladder barrel and small barrels.  We are committed to providing you with quality Pilates instruction true to the principles in which Joseph Pilates taught. Whether you are looking to gain strength, flexibility, agility, reduce stress or to just add a movement technique to your routine, we are committed to helping you reach your goals.  

  • Improves posture & body alignment
  • Strengthens abdominal and back muscles
  • Builds long, lean musculature
  • Improves balance
  • Increases flexibility and range of motion
  • Improves cardiovascular conditioning
  • Helps reduce chronic pain
  • Facilitates proper breathing
  • Elevates mood and stamina
  • Promotes concentration and focus

what is pilates?

Pilates is a system of exercises designed to be performed on both a mat and uniquely designed apparatus. Created by Joseph Pilates almost 100 years ago, it is a method of body conditioning with a focus on strength, flexibility and balance for the total body.  Mr. Pilates perfected his method over the course of his lifetime which was termed by him as "Contrology".  He used this term to embody the idea that when using the mind to control the movement only then can you achieve maximum physical and mental results.  After his death in 1967, his method came to be known as Pilates.  What was once originally designed for men, Joseph Pilates' method has been discovered to benefit not only dancers, performers, athletes, but people of all ages and fitness levels.