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Our Studio

Your Body. Our Temple.

The Sanctuary Body studio - fitness equipment amidst stained glass and murals

Our fitness haven will inspire you on your journey to a healthy lifestyle. We have meticulously transformed the former St. Stanislaus Church into an environment that makes working out a pleasure. Find your balance of body and mind among our restored stained glass windows, and underneath our original painted ceilings. Sanctuary’s thoughtful interior design allows multiple fitness disciplines to operate in harmony, while maintaining space and privacy at the same time.

Pilates Reformers in the loft at Sanctuary Body

We have dedicated parking on site, including Sanctuary spots reserved for our private session clients between the hours of 5pm and 9pm. After 6pm, all customers are free to park in the other spots within the parking lot, with the exception of those reserved for Union Box Company. During weekday hours, street parking is usually easy to find as well. If you plan on spending time in the Fells Point area after your visit, we ask that you kindly move your car so that we can accommodate all of our clients.

Rent the Sanctuary Body studio for your  wedding, private party, corporate event, or workshop!

"Sanctuary is fantastic! I have been going to them since 2017 and have trained with Brandon, Pete, and Kim. My husband and I now do duets with Pete and it’s fantastic. He mixes up workout, is thoughtful about the whole body and open to modifications. He communicates with my PT to come up with best exercises to help my form. We are so so pleasure with our experience. It’s also a beautiful space. "

- Julia Riddle

Meet our team

Brandon Hallock

Owner & Personal Trainer

Emily Black

Equipment Pilates Trainer

Pete Johnson

Personal Trainer

Kim De Angelis

Equipment Pilates Trainer

Rochelle Franzen

Personal Trainer

Lindsay Lusignea

Yoga Instructor

Ray Allen

Advanced Rolfer™

Gabriel Ewing

Certified Rolfer™

Allison Rowan

Acupuncturist

Brian Wettstein

Massage Therapist

Brandon Hallock

Owner & Personal Trainer

Brandon founded Sanctuary Bodyworks in 2012 with the goal of providing uniquely client-focused, healthy and sustainable fitness and wellness services. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Towson University.Brandon’s passion for fitness began over 20 years ago. After sustaining several sports and exercise-related injuries including a severe disc herniation, Brandon realized that traditional weight lifting routines were unsustainable and no longer an option for him, and he began to explore more sustainable, healthy approaches to life-long fitness.Brandon has spent the better part of the last two decades formulating a structural approach to exercise that teaches his clientele precise movement patterns that equally isolate, lengthen and tone. His experience working with thousands of bodies of all shapes, sizes and ages, enables him to quickly and accurately identify over-developed areas that place excessive stress on the skeletal system. His unique skill set, his years of experience and his intuitive sense of the aging body allow him to work with a wide range of clients spanning various needs, goals and injuries.“As I’ve matured, so many definitions have changed for me. My definitions of happiness or success, for instance, are very different from how I defined them in my 20s. And it’s the same with my definitions of health and fitness, and for this, I am grateful, because today these definitions center on sustainability and mobility – muscles we should all want to flex.”

Emily Black

Equipment Pilates Trainer

Emily Black heads the Equipment Pilates program at Sanctuary. She is an AFAA Certified Personal Trainer and is STOTT Pilates certified. Other certifications include a Mat Pilates Certification from the Physical Mind Institute and a Total Barre certification from Merrithew, as well as a teacher training certification in Ashtanga Yoga. Some of her specialties include Pre and Post Natal Pilates, Pilates for Golf, Scoliosis Programming, Pilates Athletic Conditioning, and Myofascial Release.Personal attention is especially important in Pilates practice. Proper form and alignment are crucial. Whether working with Emily in a one-on-one session, or in one of her Group Equipment Pilates classes, Emily’s students get the benefit of her close attention and individualized feedback. She doesn’t miss a thing! Students can expect to develop greater core strength, wider range of motion and greater flexibility, among many other benefits.“Not everybody has the same body. This technique and equipment is so versatile and low impact, it’s effective for pretty much everyone – whether you’re 20 or 80, recovering for an injury or training as a top athlete.”

Pete Johnson

Personal Trainer

Pete is a certified personal trainer and group fitness class instructor. He has a Bachelor’s Degree is Sport Management, and is certified in TRX, CPR & AEDSince his youth, Pete has channeled his abundant energy through sports, including tennis, track and field, basketball, baseball, soccer and more. It was a natural fit for him to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management at Towson University, where he also played on the Division 1 Men’s Soccer Team for four years. Committed to a healthy lifestyle, he has made a career of continuous movement through exercise, and teaching and training others to do the same.When training with Pete, clients can expect to start where they are. Clients may feel that they aren’t “ready” to train, but in reality, wherever they are in their journey is exactly where change begins. Training sessions are positively energetic and progress specific. Clients can expect to leave training feeling stronger, more energetic than when they arrived, optimistic and looking forward to the next session.“My philosophy is simple. Any goal to be attained needs discipline and consistency. In order to be consistent, one needs discipline.”

Kim De Angelis

Equipment Pilates Trainer

Kim has been teaching fitness since 2003. She holds an ACE certification in Personal Training, and multiple Teacher Training and Continuing Education certifications from the Yoga Alliance. Her specialties include fitness program design, equipment Pilates training, strength training, and women’s health.Kim also teaches private Aerial Yoga sessions at Sanctuary Body. Aerial Yoga, or anti-gravity yoga, uses silk hammocks to support the body, enabling more challenging poses and a deeper, more relaxing stretch. Contact us to book a private Aerial Yoga session for your group or special event.

Rochelle Franzen

Personal Trainer

Rochelle has been working as a group group fitness instructor and personal trainer for over 10 years. She earned her B.S. in Physical Education, and is an NASM Certified Personal Trainer. She’s also a nutrition and weight loss specialist, and has experience teaching barre, mat and equipment Pilates, functional training, TRX, indoor cycling, and dance fitness!Her goal is to utilize the skills, knowledge and experience she gained in Brazil to provide each client with a complete workout, and the skills and knowledge to achieve a healthy lifestyle.

Lindsay Lusignea

Yoga Instructor

In 2008, Lindsay received her 500-hour certification in yoga, and since then commits to continued studies and education, most notably completing certifications and trainings with Jason Crandell, Leslie Kaminoff, Georg Feuerstein, and more. Lindsay has her Masters of Science in Clinical + Counseling Psychology from Loyola University, and effortlessly weaves the practice of the body and the mind into her classes, trainings, and programs. As a teacher of teachers, Lindsay is the founder of red lila School of Yoga, offering professional trainings and educational programs for the quality advancement of yoga teacher development.Lindsay took her first yoga class at a time in her life when she believed she was at the top of her athletic game as a Division I lacrosse athletes at Towson University. She soon realized yoga was much more than physical exercise. The inspiration and clarity she feels after each practice are the driving force behind her choice to bring the power of yoga to others.Lindsay teaches creative, playful and grounded classes that speak to both power and grace, mind and body, and vitality and restoration. Her classes are fun and filled with smart alignment, meditation and breathing, hands-on assists, engaging transitions and compelling sequences making even the most challenging asana available and inviting.“Yoga shifted for me from a physical method of exercise to an active practice of becoming a better, more healthy, more vibrant version of myself. I want people to live lives of authentic self-expression and balance.”

Ray Allen

Advanced Rolfer™

Ray holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree and has had a distinguished career as acollege educator. Since receiving his certification from the Rolf Institute in 2003, he hasmaintained a Rolfing ® practice in Baltimore and is licensed to practice in Maryland. In2013, he was certified as an Advanced Rolfer.Ray first came to Rolfing as a client after a severe accident. The experience resolvedhis chronic pain, but more importantly, changed his structure and transformed his life.He subsequently dedicated himself to this powerful process.Through his practice of Rolfing® Structural Integration, Ray helps clients reclaim theirnatural alignment and realize greater freedom of movement. Through his hands-onmanipulation and guided movement, he releases restrictions in the fascia, the network of soft tissue responsible for the body’s integrity, balance, and shape. This helps tissues reclaim their natural elasticity, bones regain their correct position, and deeply held tensions dissipate. Clients report having increased energy, mobility and relief from discomfort and pain.“My philosophy is perhaps best expressed by fellow bodyworker and author, Dean Juhan,who wrote, ‘This is the uniqueness of bodywork—nothing is added but information,nothing is subtracted but what the body lets go of.’”

Gabriel Ewing

Certified Rolfer™

Gabriel is a Board Certified practitioner of Rolfing Structural Integration™, Certified at the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration In Boulder Colorado in March 2017. He is fully licensed by the Maryland State Board of Chiropractic and Massage Therapy Examiners. He is also a licensed massage therapist, and CPR Certified.Gabriel first experienced Rolfing as a client. The work had a profound effect on lingering injuries, trauma, and physical limitation, and improved his over all quality of life. Gabriel was looking for a way to educate people and effect positive change in the world, and becoming certified in Structural Integration was a natural fit.Gabriel’s approach is to meet a client where they are and to assist them in having a deeper more holistic awareness of their bodies. Sessions begin with a brief intake and evaluation of movement and structural limitations, followed by direct work and movement education. Clients can expect to feel an improved sense of ease, an increased range of motion, and a deeper awareness of various structures that have been worked on from their very first session. A reduction in pain symptoms and deeper sense of support and stability are common feedback from clients.“The approach of dealing with the whole person, coupled with Rolfing’s focus on empowering the client to orient and move differently in the world as they relate more fully to their body, are what I find most amazing about the work.”

Allison Rowan

Acupuncturist

Allison holds a Master’s degree in Acupuncture from MUIH. Her first experience with acupuncture arose from futile attempts to alleviate her own pain from herniated discs with Western medicine. After her first acupuncture treatment, she was amazed at how effective it was in alleviating her pain and elevating her mood.As an avid athlete, Allison has a specialty in Sports Medicine Acupuncture. Focusing on both symptom relief and promoting healing capacity, she aims to help people realize the efficacy this medicine has in preventing illness. She also holds advanced certification in Thai massage, is a certified Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist, and has completed training in Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, as well as Battlefield Acupuncture pain management training through the VA. Allison is a certified Spartan SGX Coach and TRX Qualified Trainer. In her free time, she can be found in the ninja gym training for obstacle course races, in a league throwing axes, or exploring Charm City with her rescue dogs.

Brian Wettstein

Massage Therapist

Brian Wettstein, RMP LMT, studied massage at the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy. He then completed a 100-hour sports massage internship program working on athletes at the University of Central Florida. Doing focused work on the problem areas athletes face from a wide range of sports, including basketball, track, tennis, rowing, baseball, football, and golf, was a tremendous learning experience.Brian also spent two years on the medical team for the Orlando Ballet, addressing the unique needs of dancers through maintenance care and pre- and post-performance treatments. He earned the 2019 Medical Team’s Tender Care award, voted by the Orlando Ballet dancers.Most recently, Brian has been studying orthopedic massage and treatments for nerve entrapment, such as those that cause carpel tunnel symptoms.Brian is very flexible in his treatment approach, having worked in spas, private studios, and athletic settings, with clients ranging from their teens to their 80’s. His specialties include:Spa-style Swedish relaxation treatments with hot towels and aromatherapyGentle Deep Tissue massageSports Massage, including range of motion work and gentle stretchingOrthopedic massage focused on problem areas like neck, shoulders and hipsIntegrative – combining all modalities for a treatment customized to the client’s needs.

Join Our team

Are you a personal trainer or Equipment Pilates Instructor looking to move away from big box gyms, and have more autonomy in your practice?

Are you a wellness service provider looking for a boutique location in Fells Point? Sanctuary Body offers massage, acupuncture, and Rolfing™, and we’re open to additional modalities.

Do you bring a high level of expertise, accountability, and support to your clients in every session?

If so, we would love to help you grow your business in the Fell’s Point area. Serve your clients in a serene and inspiring space that they’ll look forward to visiting again and again. Join us as we redefine fitness and wellness, one session at a time. For more information, email us at [email protected].

We’re currently hiring Equipment Pilates trainers, aerial yoga instructors, and massage therapists.

New Client Consult

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The Sanctuary Body approach to training is something you really have to experience. That’s why our new client intro session includes both an in-depth fitness consultation and a personalized demo workout.

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Pete Johnson, Personal Trainer at Sanctuary Body
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Sanctary Body gift certificates are valid for one year on fitness training and bodywork

A gift of fitness training, massage, or acupuncture at Sanctuary Body says, “I want you to feel fantastic and live a long, healthy life. You deserve it.” What could be more generous than that?

A gorgeous wedding at the Sanctuary Body studio

Our studio makes a unique, beautiful and versatile space for weddings, fitness events, private parties and corporate events.

Our Studio

Your body. Our temple.

The Sanctuary Body studio - fitness equipment amidst stained glass and murals

Our fitness haven will inspire you on your journey to a healthy lifestyle. We have meticulously transformed the former St. Stanislaus Church into an environment that makes working out a pleasure. Find your balance of body and mind among our restored stained glass windows, and underneath our original painted ceilings. Sanctuary’s thoughtful interior design allows multiple fitness disciplines to operate in harmony, while maintaining space and privacy at the same time.

Pilates Reformers in the loft at Sanctuary Body

We have dedicated parking on site, including Sanctuary spots reserved for our private session clients between the hours of 5pm and 9pm. After 6pm, all customers are free to park in the other spots within the parking lot, with the exception of those reserved for Union Box Company. During weekday hours, street parking is usually easy to find as well. If you plan on spending time in the Fells Point area after your visit, we ask that you kindly move your car so that we can accommodate all of our clients.

Rent the Sanctuary Body studio for your  wedding, private party, corporate event, or workshop!

"Sanctuary is fantastic! I have been going to them since 2017 and have trained with Brandon, Pete, and Kim. My husband and I now do duets with Pete and it’s fantastic. He mixes up the workout, is thoughtful about the whole body, and open to modifications. He communicates with my PT to come up with best exercises to help my form. We are so so pleased with our experience. It’s also a beautiful space."

- Julia Riddle

Brandon Hallock

Owner & Personal Trainer

Emily Black

Equipment Pilates Trainer

Pete Johnson

Personal Trainer

Kim De Angelis

Equipment Pilates Trainer

Rochelle Franzen

Personal Trainer

Lindsay Lusignea

Yoga Instructor

Ray Allen

Advanced Rolfer™

Gabriel Ewing

Certified Rolfer™

Allison Rowan

Acupuncturist

Brian Wettstein

Massage Therapist

Brandon Hallock

Owner & Personal Trainer

Brandon founded Sanctuary Bodyworks in 2012 with the goal of providing uniquely client-focused, healthy and sustainable fitness and wellness services. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Towson University.Brandon’s passion for fitness began over 20 years ago. After sustaining several sports and exercise-related injuries including a severe disc herniation, Brandon realized that traditional weight lifting routines were unsustainable and no longer an option for him, and he began to explore more sustainable, healthy approaches to life-long fitness.Brandon has spent the better part of the last two decades formulating a structural approach to exercise that teaches his clientele precise movement patterns that equally isolate, lengthen and tone. His experience working with thousands of bodies of all shapes, sizes and ages, enables him to quickly and accurately identify over-developed areas that place excessive stress on the skeletal system. His unique skill set, his years of experience and his intuitive sense of the aging body allow him to work with a wide range of clients spanning various needs, goals and injuries.“As I’ve matured, so many definitions have changed for me. My definitions of happiness or success, for instance, are very different from how I defined them in my 20s. And it’s the same with my definitions of health and fitness, and for this, I am grateful, because today these definitions center on sustainability and mobility – muscles we should all want to flex.”

Emily Black

Equipment Pilates Trainer

Emily Black heads the Equipment Pilates program at Sanctuary. She is an AFAA Certified Personal Trainer and is STOTT Pilates certified. Other certifications include a Mat Pilates Certification from the Physical Mind Institute and a Total Barre certification from Merrithew, as well as a teacher training certification in Ashtanga Yoga. Some of her specialties include Pre and Post Natal Pilates, Pilates for Golf, Scoliosis Programming, Pilates Athletic Conditioning, and Myofascial Release.Personal attention is especially important in Pilates practice. Proper form and alignment are crucial. Whether working with Emily in a one-on-one session, or in one of her Group Equipment Pilates classes, Emily’s students get the benefit of her close attention and individualized feedback. She doesn’t miss a thing! Students can expect to develop greater core strength, wider range of motion and greater flexibility, among many other benefits.“Not everybody has the same body. This technique and equipment is so versatile and low impact, it’s effective for pretty much everyone – whether you’re 20 or 80, recovering for an injury or training as a top athlete.”

Pete Johnson

Personal Trainer

Pete is a certified personal trainer and group fitness class instructor. He has a Bachelor’s Degree is Sport Management, and is certified in TRX, CPR & AEDSince his youth, Pete has channeled his abundant energy through sports, including tennis, track and field, basketball, baseball, soccer and more. It was a natural fit for him to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Management at Towson University, where he also played on the Division 1 Men’s Soccer Team for four years. Committed to a healthy lifestyle, he has made a career of continuous movement through exercise, and teaching and training others to do the same.When training with Pete, clients can expect to start where they are. Clients may feel that they aren’t “ready” to train, but in reality, wherever they are in their journey is exactly where change begins. Training sessions are positively energetic and progress specific. Clients can expect to leave training feeling stronger, more energetic than when they arrived, optimistic and looking forward to the next session.“My philosophy is simple. Any goal to be attained needs discipline and consistency. In order to be consistent, one needs discipline.”

Kim De Angelis

Equipment Pilates Trainer

Kim has been teaching fitness since 2003. She holds an ACE certification in Personal Training, and multiple Teacher Training and Continuing Education certifications from the Yoga Alliance. Her specialties include fitness program design, equipment Pilates training, strength training, and women’s health.Kim also teaches private Aerial Yoga sessions at Sanctuary Body. Aerial Yoga, or anti-gravity yoga, uses silk hammocks to support the body, enabling more challenging poses and a deeper, more relaxing stretch. Contact us to book a private Aerial Yoga session for your group or special event.

Rochelle Franzen

Personal Trainer

Rochelle has been working as a group group fitness instructor and personal trainer for over 10 years. She earned her B.S. in Physical Education, and is an NASM Certified Personal Trainer. She’s also a nutrition and weight loss specialist, and has experience teaching barre, mat and equipment Pilates, functional training, TRX, indoor cycling, and dance fitness!Her goal is to utilize the skills, knowledge and experience she gained in Brazil to provide each client with a complete workout, and the skills and knowledge to achieve a healthy lifestyle.

Lindsay Lusignea

Yoga Instructor

In 2008, Lindsay received her 500-hour certification in yoga, and since then commits to continued studies and education, most notably completing certifications and trainings with Jason Crandell, Leslie Kaminoff, Georg Feuerstein, and more. Lindsay has her Masters of Science in Clinical + Counseling Psychology from Loyola University, and effortlessly weaves the practice of the body and the mind into her classes, trainings, and programs. As a teacher of teachers, Lindsay is the founder of red lila School of Yoga, offering professional trainings and educational programs for the quality advancement of yoga teacher development.Lindsay took her first yoga class at a time in her life when she believed she was at the top of her athletic game as a Division I lacrosse athletes at Towson University. She soon realized yoga was much more than physical exercise. The inspiration and clarity she feels after each practice are the driving force behind her choice to bring the power of yoga to others.Lindsay teaches creative, playful and grounded classes that speak to both power and grace, mind and body, and vitality and restoration. Her classes are fun and filled with smart alignment, meditation and breathing, hands-on assists, engaging transitions and compelling sequences making even the most challenging asana available and inviting.“Yoga shifted for me from a physical method of exercise to an active practice of becoming a better, more healthy, more vibrant version of myself. I want people to live lives of authentic self-expression and balance.”

Ray Allen

Advanced Rolfer™

Ray holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree and has had a distinguished career as acollege educator. Since receiving his certification from the Rolf Institute in 2003, he hasmaintained a Rolfing ® practice in Baltimore and is licensed to practice in Maryland. In2013, he was certified as an Advanced Rolfer.Ray first came to Rolfing as a client after a severe accident. The experience resolvedhis chronic pain, but more importantly, changed his structure and transformed his life.He subsequently dedicated himself to this powerful process.Through his practice of Rolfing® Structural Integration, Ray helps clients reclaim theirnatural alignment and realize greater freedom of movement. Through his hands-onmanipulation and guided movement, he releases restrictions in the fascia, the network of soft tissue responsible for the body’s integrity, balance, and shape. This helps tissues reclaim their natural elasticity, bones regain their correct position, and deeply held tensions dissipate. Clients report having increased energy, mobility and relief from discomfort and pain.“My philosophy is perhaps best expressed by fellow bodyworker and author, Dean Juhan,who wrote, ‘This is the uniqueness of bodywork—nothing is added but information,nothing is subtracted but what the body lets go of.’”

Gabriel Ewing

Certified Rolfer™

Gabriel is a Board Certified practitioner of Rolfing Structural Integration™, Certified at the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration In Boulder Colorado in March 2017. He is fully licensed by the Maryland State Board of Chiropractic and Massage Therapy Examiners. He is also a licensed massage therapist, and CPR Certified.Gabriel first experienced Rolfing as a client. The work had a profound effect on lingering injuries, trauma, and physical limitation, and improved his over all quality of life. Gabriel was looking for a way to educate people and effect positive change in the world, and becoming certified in Structural Integration was a natural fit.Gabriel’s approach is to meet a client where they are and to assist them in having a deeper more holistic awareness of their bodies. Sessions begin with a brief intake and evaluation of movement and structural limitations, followed by direct work and movement education. Clients can expect to feel an improved sense of ease, an increased range of motion, and a deeper awareness of various structures that have been worked on from their very first session. A reduction in pain symptoms and deeper sense of support and stability are common feedback from clients.“The approach of dealing with the whole person, coupled with Rolfing’s focus on empowering the client to orient and move differently in the world as they relate more fully to their body, are what I find most amazing about the work.”

Allison Rowan

Acupuncturist

Allison holds a Master’s degree in Acupuncture from MUIH. Her first experience with acupuncture arose from futile attempts to alleviate her own pain from herniated discs with Western medicine. After her first acupuncture treatment, she was amazed at how effective it was in alleviating her pain and elevating her mood.As an avid athlete, Allison has a specialty in Sports Medicine Acupuncture. Focusing on both symptom relief and promoting healing capacity, she aims to help people realize the efficacy this medicine has in preventing illness. She also holds advanced certification in Thai massage, is a certified Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist, and has completed training in Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, as well as Battlefield Acupuncture pain management training through the VA. Allison is a certified Spartan SGX Coach and TRX Qualified Trainer. In her free time, she can be found in the ninja gym training for obstacle course races, in a league throwing axes, or exploring Charm City with her rescue dogs.

Brian Wettstein

Massage Therapist

Brian Wettstein, RMP LMT, studied massage at the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy. He then completed a 100-hour sports massage internship program working on athletes at the University of Central Florida. Doing focused work on the problem areas athletes face from a wide range of sports, including basketball, track, tennis, rowing, baseball, football, and golf, was a tremendous learning experience.Brian also spent two years on the medical team for the Orlando Ballet, addressing the unique needs of dancers through maintenance care and pre- and post-performance treatments. He earned the 2019 Medical Team’s Tender Care award, voted by the Orlando Ballet dancers.Most recently, Brian has been studying orthopedic massage and treatments for nerve entrapment, such as those that cause carpel tunnel symptoms.Brian is very flexible in his treatment approach, having worked in spas, private studios, and athletic settings, with clients ranging from their teens to their 80’s. His specialties include:Spa-style Swedish relaxation treatments with hot towels and aromatherapyGentle Deep Tissue massageSports Massage, including range of motion work and gentle stretchingOrthopedic massage focused on problem areas like neck, shoulders and hipsIntegrative – combining all modalities for a treatment customized to the client’s needs.

Join Our Team

Are you a personal trainer or Equipment Pilates Instructor looking to move away from big box gyms, and have more autonomy in your practice?

Are you a wellness service provider looking for a boutique location in Fells Point? Sanctuary Body offers massage, acupuncture, and Rolfing™, and we’re open to additional modalities.

Do you bring a high level of expertise, accountability, and support to your clients in every session?

If so, we would love to help you grow your business in the Fell’s Point area. Serve your clients in a serene and inspiring space that they’ll look forward to visiting again and again. Join us as we redefine fitness and wellness, one session at a time. For more information, email us at [email protected].

We’re currently hiring Equipment Pilates trainers, aerial yoga instructors, and massage therapists.

The sign and entrance to Sanctuary Body, a restored church

Monday – Friday 7am-9pm
Saturday – 8am-3pm
By appointment any time.

710 S. Ann St. 2nd Floor
Baltimore, MD 21231

443.438.3566

[email protected]

TrueSports Physical Therapy shares our studio, but books their clients independently. You can reach them directly here:

New Client Consult

A Sanctuary Body pilates instructor adjusts her client's posture

The Sanctuary Body approach to training is something you really have to experience. That’s why our new client intro session includes both an in-depth fitness consultation and a personalized demo workout.

Pete Johnson, Personal Trainer at Sanctuary Body
True Sports Physical Therapy logo dark
Physical Therapy
Sanctary Body gift certificates are valid for one year on fitness training and bodywork

A gift of fitness training, massage, or acupuncture at Sanctuary Body says, “I want you to feel fantastic and live a long, healthy life. You deserve it.” What could be more generous than that?

A gorgeous wedding at the Sanctuary Body studio

Our studio makes a unique, beautiful and versatile space for weddings, fitness events, private parties and corporate events.

True Sports Physical Therapy is our studio partner, and our most trusted referral for sports injury recovery. They collaborate with your doctors and coaches and craft a custom physical therapy plan to help you heal better, stronger, and faster.

TrueSports shares our studio, but they handle their bookings independently.
To reach them, visit  www.truesportsphysicaltherapy.com.

Once your physical therapy is done, Sanctuary Body can provide personalized fitness training and bodywork to help you avoid re-injury and stay fit for life!