Welcome to the Y!
Thanks for being a member! Get started by learning about managing your account, using your benefits, and connecting with community.
You've joined more than 50,000 health-seekers and community advocates to get healthy in spirit, mind, and body. We want to make your member experience as easy and rewarding as possible. Browse our most popular resources on this page to help you get started!
As a member of the Y, you have access to all of our 14 Greater Seattle locations with amenities that include world-class aquatics centers, state-of-the-art cardio and strength equipment, Kids Zone activity centers (with family memberships), group exercise and cycling studios, and full-size gymnasiums to name just a few.
Membership includes access to all of our 14 local Ys in the Greater Seattle area, including 11 aquatic centers.
Kids Club has the best of Kids Zone with enhanced safety protocols, included with family memberships.
Find on-demand content from group exercise classes to youth and family programs.
Lose to Win focuses on sustainable lifestyle changes to become your healthiest self.
Learn how to update and find the essentials, including your payment and contact information.
Access and manage all of your basic account information online for yourself and your family.
Need to make a change to your membership type? Review all of your options in our Support Center.
Learn how to add or remove a payment method, view receipts, and request financial assistance.
Find answers to commonly asked questions, including how to start or cancel a reservation.
Learn more about what to expect, what to bring, and what actions you can take to keep our community safe before your next visit to the Y. We'll keep this information updated as our welcome back plan progresses.
Volunteering can be fun and fulfilling. Benefits include: improving mood, decreasing stress, exploring passions, and gaining new skills. Whatever your reasons for volunteering, it’s good for your mind and your body, and strengthens our communities.
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.