Q: How can I register for a membership?
Q: Can I register for a membership at any of the Town’s community centres?
Q: Is there a family membership?
A: There is no family membership. However, there is a Dual discount option. When two individuals purchase the same membership type for the same term, each will receive a 15 per cent discount off the price of their membership. The option is open to anyone, not just couples or families, so feel free to sign up with a friend or neighbour. Please note that individuals must purchase their memberships at the same time to be eligible for the discount.
Q: Is there a reduced fee for students?
A: There is a University/College Student fee. Please note that you must be able to present a valid student card with expiry date and/or current timetable upon registration to be eligible for this fee.
Q: What is the minimum age requirement to use the Fitness Studio?
The minimum age requirement to use the Fitness Studio
is 16 years of age. Anyone 15 years of age and under must be accompanied by an adult, Personal Trainer or have special permission from the Fitness Coordinator.
Q: When I renew my membership will I have to pay the original price?
A: If you renew your membership for one year you will receive an extra month free of charge*. If a member wishes to purchase a different membership option than previously purchased, the discount will still apply.
*This does not apply for Dual memberships.
Q: Why do I have to fill out the Membership Registration form and Par-Q every time I renew my membership?
The Membership Registration form and Par-Q
act as a contract between the Town and the individual member. Once the membership expires, so does the contract. Therefore, to validate your membership once it expires you must begin a new contract (in effect renew.) Please note that all fields of the Membership Registration and Par-Q forms must be filled out each time you begin a new contract.
Q: Can I bring a guest to the Fitness Studio or Aerobics and/or Aquafitness classes?
Q: Can my membership be extended if I am sick or away on vacation and unable to use the Fitness Studio or attend Aerobics and/or Aquafitness classes?
Membership extensions are available. If you have been ill or are recovering from an injury your membership can be extended free of charge upon presentation of a doctor’s note. If you have been away or on vacation, your membership can be extended from a minimum of three weeks to a maximum of four months, for a fee of $10 per membership term. Extension request forms can be picked up at Ed Sackfield
, Oak Ridges
or Bayview Hill Fitness Studios
. Please note that upon your return from illness or injury, you will be required to present a doctor’s note stating that you are cleared to resume your program. Also, memberships will only be extended for the amount of time that you have been away or on vacation.
Q: Why do I have to scan my membership card every time I visit the Fitness Studio or attend a class?
A: Scanning your membership card serves several purposes. It allows Fitness staff to observe whether memberships are current, helps keep statistics on usage patterns and helps with security as only members and those who have paid to drop in are allowed to access the facility.
Q: Are there lockers available?
A: Day lockers are available. However, members must bring their own lock and remove the lock after every visit. Please note that any lock remaining on a day locker will be removed at the end of each business day.
Q: Does my Fitness Studio Membership entitle me to public skating and/or tennis?
Q: Does my Aerobics & Aquafitness Membership entitle me to public swimming?
The Aerobics & Aquafitness Membership
allows you access to general classes onl
y. If you want to attend any recreational swims, you have three options: you can purchase a Full Fitness Membership
which will give you access to all three of the Town’s Fitness Studios, all general Aerobics and Aquafitness classes, as well as leisure swims (excluding Wave swims), you can purchase a swim pass or pay for your admission each time you visit the pool. For more information about recreational swimming, check out the Community Recreation Guide
Q: What is the difference between general Aerobics & Aquafitness classes and Specialized Fitness classes?
General Aerobic & Aquafitness classes run year-round, but are subject to some sessional changes. To participate, you have three payment options: you can purchase an Aerobics & Aquafitness Membership
, a punch card (10 classes) or pay the drop-in fee. Specialized Fitness classes
run sessionally and are typically seven to nine weeks in length. To participate, you must register for each individual class using RHeReg
, Touch Tone Registration at (905)771-7545 or by filling out the form in the Community Recreation Guide
and faxing or dropping it off at any community centre