AVON - The Athletic Club at The Westin announced that Brian Dalrymple is now serving as the fitness director.Dalrymple most recently served as a spa and fitness director for Vail Resorts at the Keystone Lodge and Spa and the RockResorts Spa at The Lodge at Vail. He previously served as the spa and fitness director at the Sorrento Spa at The Vail Plaza Hotel & Club and the Golden Leaf Spa at the Vail Marriott in Vail and the Garden of the Gods Club Spa in Colorado Springs. A passionate rugby player, Dalrymple graduated from The American University in Washington, D.C. and is currently pursuing an MBA from Colorado State University. "We are thrilled to welcome Brian and his extensive fitness experience and strong Vail Valley connections to the Athletic Club at The Westin," said Spa Anjali General Manager Gaye Steinke. The Athletic Club at The Westin - which completed a $1 million expansion earlier this year - offers more than 27,000 square feet of wellness space, including a new pilates studio, a new cycling studio with an 10 person multi-rider Computrainer program and a movement studio with TRX Total Body Workout, Stroops Performance training, pilates barre, kickboxing and zumba. Studio Anjali at The Westin Riverfront offers an extensive schedule of yoga class times and styles.The Athletic Club at The Westin is currently accepting new members, with monthly fees starting at $115 for individuals and $170 for families, plus a one-time initiation fee. Join in October or November and receive a free 50-minute Swedish massage at Spa Anjali.For more information, call 970-790-2051 or visit www.athleticclubwestin.com.
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