The Fitness Center is currently open Mondays – Fridays from 6:30am to 10pm and Saturdays & Sundays from 7am to 10pm.
The Bridges offers an array of aerobic, aquatic, and yoga classes. Start your day with a pilates class in our fitness studio, or a workout in our gym . End your day with some rhythm in a Zumba class before relaxing by the pool. Need a little exercise education & motivation? Schedule an appointment with our personal trainer. Our recreation center facilities have something for everyone, from fooseball to massage and acupuncture.
- Swimming Pools (2 Outdoors/1 Indoor)
- Outdoor Hot Tub
- Fitness Studio
- A wide variety of Fitness Classes
- Fitness Room: Cardio & Free Weight Equipment
MEET SOME OF OUR INSTRUCTORS
Guests, members and owners enjoy a wide variety of classes taught by Roarke here at The Bridges, including Zumba Fitness, Step Aerobics, Interval Training, Circuit Training, Ski and Ride Conditioning and Strength and Conditioning. As a group fitness instructor, he believes that the fitness class is a powerful and enjoyable activity for individuals to improve their fitness level, motivate to stay in shape, meet others and have fun. As a personal fitness trainer, Roarke takes great pleasure in working with a wide range of clients, from young teenagers to seniors. His main goal is to develop a personalized training program specifically to meet the needs and goals of the individual, that will be exciting, safe, challenging, but most of all-enjoyable! An avid skier and snowboarder, Roarke is also a professional fine art photographer and co-owner of Moosewalk Studios & Gallery in Warren, VT.
Misa took her first yoga class while still in high school, but didn’t fully realize the amazing benefits of yoga until she found a regular practice after college. She began studying PowerYoga, Bikram, and Jivamuki, but now enjoys yoga from many lineages, especially that of Swami Sivananda. She completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training at the Sivananda Yoga and Vedanta Center on Paradise Island, where she studied asana, pranayama, Vedanta, and Ayurveda. She focuses on yoga practices that calm and strengthen both the body and mind to help students find relaxation and balance in their lives. All of her classes include pranayama and a long savasana.
After working at the New York Health and Racquet Club for 35 years, Barbara and her husband Russ decided to relocate to Waitsfield full time. She has studied the Barre Method for the past 8 years under the guidance of Fred DiVito and Elisabeth Halfpapp, co-founders of the Barre Method and the Exhale Spas. Barbara’s passion is to bring this exciting method of Pilates to the Mad River Valley as a Way of Life. Her excitement to help people in their fitness journey is evident immediately upon meeting her, as she exudes warmth and knowledge in her field.