We believe that classes are the key to a healthy life.

Make the most of your fitness routine. Mixing up your exercise will get you in better shape in less time. There's nothing better than variety.

There are lots of classes here at Duke's. Take a yoga class to quiet your mind, find a morning class and energize yourself before work, or take a Spinning class with friends.

Fitness is fun here.


Class Descriptions

Jessica Wetherby, Michleen Wright, Emily Brower – Box-Fit:

“A combination of punching, core work, and body weight exercises that will raise both your level of cardio and strength. This class is fun and fit for every level. Group setting. Bring or buy wraps for extra protection, available for purchase at the desk. Gloves available to borrow.”

Kate Bilodeau Laddison Strengthen, Lengthen, and Tone: 

“A total body toning class that will get your heart rate up and keep it up. Class finishes with an ab segment, a mindful moment, and a long stretch period.”

Kate Bilodeau Laddison, Nate Yandow, Michleen Wright – HIIT:

“30 minutes of interval training with challenging exercises performed in short bursts. Each week presents a different format to keep you challenged. Although this class is intense, participants can work at their own pace and level making it do-able for everyone.”

Lisa Ede – Total Body Attack:

“Total Body is a 45 minute class. Classes may contain strength, cardio, core…class will also be many different styles. No class is ever the same. There’s no chance of getting bored and this class promises to challenge all levels.”

Hilary Therrien – Boot Camp:

“30 mins. Every workout is different. I try to provide a structured, yet challenging workout utilizing weights and cardio. I provide modifications for all levels and an open atmosphere for people to ask questions or share what they liked/didn’t like about the class setup that day. In the summer I like to utilize our outdoor space to provide a change in scenery and a different style of workout. Just like life, I’m always modifying my class to suit what is popular and most looked for at that time. At the end of the day, I just want people to have a great time and enjoy a great workout in a positive space with our amazing members!”

Kate Bilodeau Laddison Total Body Blast:

“This 45-minute HIIT workout combines cardio and strength-training exercises to work the whole body and improve cardiovascular fitness. Interval formats change each week, and participants work at their own pace, making the class challenging but scaleable.”

Nate Yandow – Pure Strength:

Come join Andrew in his Pure Strength class, as he breaks down functional movements to their core components. You will walk away with a better understanding of the most efficient and safe way to get the most from your workouts.”

Michleen Wright Cardio Strength Circuit:

“Cardio Strength is a fun class that starts your week off right. This class is geared towards your fitness ability, with a combination of strength exercises and cardio bursts, to elevate your heart rate. All fitness levels are welcome.”

Michleen Wright – Lift It:

“Lift It is mainly a strength class that focuses on specific muscle groups. This class gives you the opportunity to challenge yourself, in anyway that works for you.”

Rachel Bilodeau – Raise the Barre:

Join Rachel in a total body workout. “We start with a cardio blast to get your heart pumping. Once warmed up, we move across the floor doing kick-boxing and fitness moves. Then, we alternate Pilates mat moves with ballet inspired barre exercises and end with an upper body blast, using free weights in many reps and sets.” Rachel uses her knowledge of anatomy, from various fitness certifications and years of dance experience, to ensure you understand why and how you need to do each movement, for ultimate success.

Rachel BilodeauMichelle Krause, Lisa Ede – Pilates & Core Strength:

“Mat Pilates involves performing Pilates exercises on the floor, with a yoga mat and body weight, as well as a variety of props, such as weights, bands, and stability balls. Each class will work to balance all muscle groups’ strength and flexibility, with an emphasis on challenging the core muscles with each movement. Mat Pilates is a challenging, yet safe method to sculpt your body. All levels are welcomed, as each exercise is geared to the individual.”  

Dan Marlow, Michelle Depot, Nate Yandow, Lindsay Thieken, Jeannine Trippany – Spinning:

“Spinning is a cycling exercise program that’s high on energy. Indoor cycling more than anything is a fantastic way to burn calories for beginners and seasoned cyclists alike. It’s very social as well: Spinning classes are often fun group exercises, with intense music and fun instructors…[read more]

Nate Yandow – Spin & Rings:

“Get your Spin on with a fun 35-40 minute ride and then, get an awesome stretch and recovery with Olympic Rings to finish! The Rings will help support you through amazing range of motion, allowing for a deep stretch, to your comfort. This allows for better recovery and an overall workout.”

Paula Brouillette, Christine Vallee  Yoga:

“Yoga is more than an exercise. And while it effectively burns calories and tones muscles, the deep breathing and meditation that accompanies the workout do wonders for your mental health and relaxation. There isn’t anything quite like yoga…[read more]

Luke Tatro, Hans OlsonRail City Boxing:

Rail City Boxing Club is a registered club with USA Boxing and the only one of its kind in the area. The goal of the club is offering training and opportunity for competitive boxers in Northern Vermont. The average age of our competing boxers is 11-15, so youths are encouraged to join, as the club is most geared towards the development of boxers at an early age. But, anyone can join and train like a fighter. We can modify contact exercises for those who wish not to compete…[read more]


Message Duke's Fitness Center

We are open as of June 1st. Please check the State of Vermont's site for The Most Current Guidelines and Info.

Due to limits on participants, ALL Classes and after hours Gym Use need to be scheduled through the Member Portal or by direct Call to the Gym at (802) 527-1581.

When entering the gym to workout, there are spray bottles at the door. Please grab one and also, grab a towel at the main desk. Wipe down anything that you come into contact with.

Face coverings are requested upon arrival and exit in the entryway. Face coverings are not required as long as 6 ft distance is maintained. We do not recommend face coverings during workouts.

Current Members should swipe in with their Barcode ID when entering and swipe out when leaving.

We want people to be safe and respectful of others as always. Your Health Matters.

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