Mansion House Health ClubThe Vineyard's Largest Family-Owned Health Club
Open 6am-9pm. Enjoy the lowest walk-in rates on Martha’s Vineyard!
SUNLIT GROUP EXERCISE ROOM YOGA, BARRE, TOTAL BODY, BUTT N' UP, BIKE, WATER WORKS AND MORE! SCHEDULE
• 75 FOOT INDOOR POOL
• STEAM ROOM
• HOT TUB
GROUP CYCLING ROOM
WITH 13 STATE-OF-THE-ART
1 visit pass
10 Visit Punch Pass Most Popular!
$169expires after 24 months
1 Week Membership
Monthly Membershipno joining fees — EFT monthly billing available
$129per month *families include two adults and two children
without an adult family member
3 Months save over 20%
$279*families include two adults and two children
without an adult family member
12 Months most popular!
$599includes 10% discount when you pay in full.
*families include two adults and two children
without an adult family member
Personal Training and Health Club Instructorsrates and schedules vary, please contact the health club for more information
Brenda began teaching fitness classes in 2005. She is a Certified Mad Dogg Spinning Instructor and has completed YogaFit’s Level 1 & 2, BodyArt Teacher Training, and Exhales’s 40 hour comprehensive Barre Certification. Brenda’s passion for movement started at an early age with gymnastics, dance and swimming and then moved into group sports during her teen years. She loved competing in sports like lacrosse and field hockey and always found a way to incorporate exercise into her day well after her high school years. Brenda and her husband, David, raised their two boys on the island and have been year round residents on the Vineyard for over 30 years. Free time is spent hiking, gardening, traveling and creating delicious, healthy food. She has cultivated lasting friendships with people of all ages through the connection of movement and is grateful to be able to support and encourage people to become a healthier version of themselves. Brenda believes ‘being fit’ has no final destination but is a lifelong journey that takes commitment, compassion and a sense of humor
Kat came into yoga for help with stress and pain related to her desk job. That was over 20 years ago and she has been teaching since 2011. Kat loves helping students find the benefits she receives from yoga. She is trained in Hatha and Yin Yoga, Yoga for arthritis, Yoga for Parkinson’s, and Chair Yoga. Kat believes anybody can enjoy the benefits of a yoga practice using modifications and/or props to make the practice their own
Jay has been active in sports for most of his life. Running was always his passion, until an unfortunate accident left him unable to continue. Sidelined from running, a friend suggested taking an indoor cycling class. Since he enjoys dancing, cycling seemed like a good fit with its high energy cardio accompanied by great beats. After taking several classes, he went a step further and became Spin Certified through Madd Dog. Originally from Saratoga Springs, New York, Jay came to the Vineyard for a friend’s wedding several years ago and never left. He enjoys connecting with nature and is an avid traveler taking every opportunity to see a new destination around the world discovering cultures from the natives. He believes that being active every day in some capacity enables individuals to have a healthy body and mind.
Sian has been teaching Yoga for over a decade. She received her 500 hour Teacher Training at Kripalu with Shiva Rea and has studied intensively with Yoga Masters Ana Forrest, Baron Baptiste, Jonny Kest, and Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa.
Vanessa was born and raised on Martha’s Vineyard and grew up to cherish both the island’s beauty and community. She is happy to be able to offer the community Yoga and Fitness based group and 1-1 instruction, as well as in home aquatic exercise sessions. Vanessa completed her Professional Status Yoga Certification through Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge Massachusetts. She is passionate about continuing to learn. Vanessa’s goal in working with her clients is to assist them in finding a sustainable exercise and movement routine that fosters a healthy sense of self physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually
After twenty summers here, Abby Bender moved to the island year-round in late 2016 from Brooklyn, NY where she was the longtime director of a dance and theater center called Triskelion Arts. She is a choreographer and performing artist who produces several new short works and full shows each year. Bender is also the founding director of Built on Stilts, the Vineyard's own community dance festival, now in its 26th season. Though she has no formal training in teaching fitness, she has over 25+ years of aerobicizing and longtime experience as a dancer and movement director. Fitness undoubtedly helps her manage stress and keep her hyperactive nature in check.
Griffin has been involved in the Wellness profession since 2004. She is a licensed and certified Holistic Health and Nutrition Coach, Personal Trainer, and Massage Therapist. Griffin specializes in supporting everyone in finding the best individualized method for them to achieve a lean, strong and energetic body and to live a vibrant life. Griffin has an endless energy to change lives of others, and her main goal is to create a ripple effect of excitement that inspires others to commit to putting the time and work into improving their health and living the best life possible.
Brenda has been in the fitness field for 40 years. Her love of movement began as a teen when she started dance lessons. She moved to the island in the mid ‘90’s with her husband and daughters and became a personal trainer at Fitness Firm. She is a certified Stott Pilates Instructor and also holds certificates in Total Barre and TRX.
From a very young age Denise has been involved in various forms of movement and exercise including Ballet, Gymnastics and group exercise classes. She is trained in Water Aerobics, YMCA level 2 GYM, Les Mills BODYPUMP and Core conditioning and has been teaching for several years. Denise has traveled extensively and enjoys learning discovering new places and experiencing new cultures. She was born and raised in England and moved to the US five years ago. During the pandemic Denise, her husband and young son made the island their new home and are loving simple beach life.
Alana has been dedicated to health and wellness for 15 years. While training for a half marathon she realized she needed to strengthen her mindset and establish a breathing pattern, so she turned to yoga. After months of training and time on the mat she felt the benefits of a yoga practice. The breath work and calming effect of yoga provided the focus for her to complete the marathon. That was the moment Alana knew she needed a faithful yoga practice. She received her yoga certification from Pura Veda in Costa Rica. Since then Alana has studied at Kripalu and other schools and studios around the US and the world. Alana loves including all levels in her yoga classes, "Yoga for everybody"! Outside of the yoga studio you will find Alana doing any type of outdoor activities, especially hiking, and in her free time she loves to travel globally.