On April 13, 2022

Personal training now available at Spa at The Woods

Manhattan trainer James Sherman will now offer personal fitness training sessions at the Spa at The Woods in Killington. 

A native Vermonter, Sherman has trained in martial arts, self-defense, and fitness. He is certified under IKMA in Israel in Krav Maga — the official self-defense system of the Israel Defense Forces. A past winner of the Manhattan Trainer Olympics, Sherman built a successful personal fitness training career at Equinox and Duomo gyms in Manhattan, New York, training business leaders and celebrities. One student wrote: “James Sherman is such a gem. I had my first session today and it was awesome.”

One-hour training sessions include overall health, longevity — tendons, ligaments, muscles, cardiovascular; increasing performance for an event or sports; rehab for injuries; as well as nutrition and fitness goals. 

Early morning or late afternoon sessions are available Monday through Friday. Introductory sessions are complimentary. Training sessions are $100, and a series of $10 sessions is $800. Training session packages are also available and make the perfect gift of health for your loved ones. Combine Sherman’s training with a Spa at The Woods membership and learn to be in your best health for the rest of your life.

For more information, or to schedule your first session, call the Spa at The Woods, 802-422-3105.

The Spa at The Woods is nestled in the Green Mountains in Killington, Vermont. We offer a full range of spa services, including massage, facials, manicures, and pedicures. Our fitness center includes treadmills, total body elliptical, tread climber, stationary bikes, cardiovascular and strength training equipment, and free weights. Our pool area encompasses are beautiful indoor pool with two lap lanes, hot tub, sauna, and eucalyptus steam room, as well as a tanning booth. Spa memberships and day passes are available to the public. SpaAtTheWoods.com.

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