Fitness Classes are open to students and employees and are free of charge. Most classes run until the end of the semester. Feel free to attend when ever it is convenient for you. No Need to register, except for Spinning and Fishing 101. These classes do not count toward P.E credit.

Awareness Through Movement

4:30 p.m. Mondays

We will use gentle movement to activate and reorganize your nervous system, so you can think clearer, feel better, learn faster and move with more ease and power. This class is taught by Anita Bueno, a certified Feldenkrais® practitioner.

Yoga with Tim

12 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays

A gentle Vinyasa Flow yoga that emphasizes the sequential movement between postures, coordinated with and guided by deliberate breath. The Vinyasa practice becomes a moving meditation that creates strength, freedom and fluidity in the body and mind. Suitable for all levels.

Body Bar with Step 

12:10-12:50 p.m.
Meets Every Monday in the Fitness Center Multi Purpose Room 
Instructor: Lisa Magnarelli

Learn to Swim Better

12-2 p.m. (Come and as your schedule permits)
Meets every Wednesday in the Bristol Pool.
Instructor: Molly Haberbusch

If you are looking to improve your swimming, this class is for you! This class will meet the specific needs and goals of all participants; from those with minimal experience to the advanced swimmer looking for a workout and stroke refinement. Instruction will focus on the individual and/or group needs depending on interests and ability levels.

Power Yoga

4:30-5:30 p.m.
Instructor: Susie Hamilton

What to expect in power yoga:

  • Sequencing with vinyasa flow as well as sustained poses.
  • Opportunities to modify poses to suit your level.
  • A great workout.
  • Guided meditation.

Please bring a yoga mat, small towel and water.

Fly Fishing 101

4-5:30 p.m.  
Meets every Thursday in the Fitness Center Lounge.
Instructor: Acee Acee 

You must register for this class.

The premise of the Fly Fishing 101 course is to introduce people who have NEVER fly fished before to new and very exciting horizons. Students will learn everything from casting, tying flies, basic entomology, fly line management, reading water, fishing etiquette, and more. Upon completion, students will be equipped with the knowledge necessary to fish most streams and small lakes with confidence. A fishing license is required for this class. It can be purchased from the Town Clerk in the village of Clinton. The cost is twenty-five dollars, but you must show your college ID for this rate. The license is good for one year from the date of purchase. Weather permitting, we will try to make sure that everyone fishes during the semester that the course is taken. [Beginners only please]


Meets every Tuesday and Friday in the Fitness center Multipurpose Room.
Noon-12:45 p.m.
Instructor: Stacy Caruso

Piyo is a dynamic total body workout that combines strength conditioning, Pilates , and yoga. The class moves through a series of movement choreographed to songs designed to strengthen, increase cardiovascular fitness, and improve flexibility. All fitness levels are encouraged to attend. Participants should bring a mat, towel, and water bottle.


Monday and Thursday at Noon.

Intro to Indoor Cycling - This self-paced class will focus on the basics of indoor cycling while building the rider's strength and endurance. We will review proper bike setup, correct form and posture, and learn the basic cycling moves. The class will be 30- 40 minutes of cycling with additional pre and post-workout stretching. The total class time will be about 45 minutes. This class is open to everyone, especially those new to spinning. Please bring a water bottle and a hand towel. Mask Required. Instructor: Joan Kane

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