Additional Offerings

Spring 2014

The below listed classes all begin the week of February 14 and are free and open to members of the college community unless otherwise noted. For further information, call (802) 443-5245 or visit our Web sit

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Pilates with Nina Vila
TTh 12:30-1:20 p.m., MCA 109
College community only
$66 for one class per week for 11 weeks or $132 for twice a week. Sponsored by the Optimal Health Initiative, register at the box office.


Capoeira with Rufus Raghunath
Su 4:30-6:00 p.m., MCA 109


Zumba with Lindsey Hescock

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 12:30–1:30 p.m.
Starting June 3, 2014
(thru August 14)
MCA 109

Once/week (10) classes for $60*
*once/week students may attend either day
Twice/week (20) classes for $120
Drop ins welcome $10

The first 15 College faculty/staff to register will receive a $10 discount, courtesy of Wellness at Middlebury. Sorry, this discount is limited to current faculty/staff only; other ID card holders are not eligible.

Treat yourself to an hour of fun, easy-to-learn dance moves that will make you SWEAT: burn 300-1,000 calories in ONE class!
This high-energy fitness dance class features salsa, hip hop,
samba, merengue, mambo, pop, cha cha, reggaeton, cumbia,
belly dance, tango, and more.

Register May 20 – June 13  ~ online at go/tickets, call xMIDD,
or stop by the Box Offices at the Mahaney Center for the Arts

Questions? Lindsey Hescock – 388-3381or
or Missey, or x5258
(No classes the week of July 7th)


Aikido with the College Aikido Club and Sensei Jonathan Miller-Lane
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:15-6:30 p.m. and Sundays 4:30-5:45 p.m.
Blue Heron dojo (located in the Middlebury Municipal Building, 94 Main Street, below the gymnasium)

• For students, faculty, staff, as well as local residents in Addison County
• Begins September 20. $15 per semester for students, $55 for all others per semester.
• Beginners are welcomed and happily integrated into the ongoing practice of the dojo. For more information, contact Jonathan Miller-Lane ( and see

Aikido is a martial art and spiritual discipline created by Morihei Ueshiba O Sensei (1883–1969). The name Aikido consists of three parts: AI means harmony; KI refers to life energy, the essence of all things in nature; DO means a path or way. Thus Aikido can be thought of as the way to harmonize vital energy. It is a way to cultivate profound personal growth through martial arts practice. Aikido is the study of harmony within each person (mind, body and spirit), and ultimately, harmony with the universe. The self defense techniques practiced in Aikido teach us, in an experiential and physical way, the power of harmony which can transcend and eradicate violence.

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