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We're limiting capacity in our facilities and programs as we gradually return to normal operations.
Start here to make a reservation, and get excited to return to your Y.
Instructor-led fitness classes are eligible to open during Phase 2 of the Safe Start plan in King County. To comply with guidelines from local health officials, classes are limited to 5 participants per class. These classes will be offered across our branches. Click the "Start a Reservation" button below to see the latest schedule.
Class size is limited: To comply with Phase 2 guidelines, classes are limited to 5 people (not including the instructor).
Schedule is limited too: We're launching with a small schedule to start.
Reservations are required: Reservations open at midnight 2 days prior, and close 2 hours before class. They’re first come, first served.
If you're on hold, we’ll reactive your membership when you make a reservation: Your membership hold will end and you will be charged a pro-rated amount of membership dues based off of your normal draft date.
Branches are not fully open to members yet: You will not be able to use the membership desk, pool, Kids Zone, or other parts of the facility at this time.
We’ve pulled together some helpful information about what to expect, what to bring, and how you can help to keep us all safe.
We'll conduct a health screening before you enter the Y. If you've been sick in the last 14 days, please stay home for everyone's safety.
Please bring a face mask, your membership ID, a water bottle, and a towel from home. Face masks are required at all times unless exercising or swimming. We'll also have limited amenities, including no towel service.
Because of limited capacity, we're restricting guest access and Kids Zone is closed. Children under 14 can't use the facility unless they're registered for an in-branch program.
Access to changing rooms and lockers will be limited. Come ready to workout to save time during your reservation.
Here's what you can expect when you come back to the Y during Phase 3 of the Safe Start plan:
Join the Y’s community response to provide child care for first responders, food support for kids, shelter for at-risk youth, and outreach to seniors.
Regular exercise is one component of a healthy lifestyle. It can also help reduce stress and prevent illness. From barre to yoga, we've got you covered for at-home workouts.
Bring the Y's education and enrichment activities into your home. Add variety and creativity into days without school, child care, or work through our virtual family room.