Welcome back! Let’s get moving together.
The fitness center is open, and we are so excited to get moving with you again! We’ve made some big changes, all with safety in mind.
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Group exercise classes
Personal training, fitness assessments, Fall Proof training
Register in advance by calling 541-736-4544, or at the Bob Keefer Center front desk.
Patrons will now sign up for two-hour blocks of time, limited to 15 users per block. Drop-ins will still be allowed if there’s space available. Open Block 6: 6-8 p.m. (Beginning June 29)
- Open Block 1: 7-10 a.m.
- Open Block 2: 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m.
- Open Block 3: 1-3 p.m.
- Open Block 4: 3:30-5:30 p.m.
- Open Block 5: 6-8 p.m.
Register in advance before classes. Group exercise classes will be limited to 24 participants. Drop-ins will still be allowed if there’s space available. Please do not arrive too early before class, as there is limited capacity in our lobby.
At first, we'll be bringing back a limited number of classes. Most classes will take place without shared equipment, so if the class or session calls for it, patrons will be asked to provide their own equipment such as rollers or yoga mats. See the group exercise class schedule and descriptions here.
Personal Training and Fitness Assessments
Meet with one of our personal trainers to make a fitness training plan to meet your goals. Train with them in the fitness center as frequently as you want, or meet just once to create a plan you can do on your own. Register below and look out for a follow-up email from a trainer.
$42 ID/$65 OD per hour.
A fitness coach will take you through a series of tests designed to assess your strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness. The results will show your ranking compared to others in your age group. Register in advance and a coach will call you to schedule a 1-hour session (including a 30-minute assessment).
$35 per hour ID/ $42 per hour OD
Fall Proof Training
Fall Proof training is an award-winning balance and mobility program designed to reduce the risks that can cause falls in older adults. Register and your coach will call you to schedule your first session.
$65 ID/$78 OD per hour.
Patrons can sign up for a monthly Welcome Back Pass. Due to limited offerings, we will not be reactivating our ALL-ACCESS Memberships at this time.
Welcome Back Pass: $10 ID/$15 OD
This pass is a monthly pass with access to the fitness center, group exercise classes, and pool activities. This will be the only pass available at this time. Welcome Back passes will renew at the beginning of each month that this pass is offered.
Purchase over the phone at 541-736-4544, or at the Bob Keefer Center front desk.
Drop-in: $7 ID/$10 OD
Need to know information:
- Please stay home if you’re sick.
- Locker rooms will be closed, and restrooms will be open. Arrive in your workout gear!
- Touchless water filling stations will be open, but we encourage you to come with your own full bottle.
- Sanitation will be more important than ever, so please help us keep the fitness center clean and safe for everyone by wiping down your machines.
- Use hand washing or sanitizer stations upon arrival.
- Secure your spot by registering in advance for time blocks at the fitness center. Drop-ins are available only as space allows.
- Check in at the front desk, and scan or sign out as you leave.
Not ready to return?
We understand! Remember, we still have great resources on our Fitness at Home page, with home workouts and tips to help keep you healthy and active.
While our goal to provide an awesome fitness experience hasn’t changed, we are implementing a lot of new measures to keep everyone as safe as possible. Here are some questions we expect you to have, but if you have more, please let us know at our Contact Us page or call us at 541-736-4544.
Do I have to register ahead of time or can I just drop-in?
Drop-ins for the fitness center and group exercise will still be allowed, but those who pre-registered have priority. You will still have to sign in at the front desk and sign out as you leave. Our courts remain closed, so there are no drop-ins for court use at this time.
Why do I need to register to use the fitness center?
This allows us to keep maximum capacity in check, ensuring enough space between fitness center users at all times. And, it allows us to close the fitness center between each block for proper sanitation.
What happens to my ALL-ACCESS Membership?
ALL-ACCESS Memberships will not be reactivated at this time. If you’re an ALL-ACCESS Member, your membership is still on file, we just won’t activate it and you will not be charged. However, we will be offering the Welcome Back pass. The price of this pass will be $10 in-district, $15 out-of-district. This pass will renew on the first of each month until we can offer more amenities for you to enjoy.
The Welcome Back pass is available to purchase over the phone at 541-736-4544, or at the Bob Keefer Center front desk.
Other memberships, including Silver Passes and Corporate Memberships, will grant you access to the fitness center and exercise classes, continuing as usual. However, the new sign-in and sign-out procedures still apply to all patrons.
What changes did you make to Bob Keefer Center?
The fitness center has expanded to our multipurpose courts to allow for better spacing between machines and to allow for one-way traffic flow for visitors. Group exercise classes will take place in another section of the multipurpose courts (near the climbing wall). A fabric court divider will be in place between the expanded fitness center and group exercise classes.
The front desk also will have plexiglass dividers between staff and patrons, and lobby furniture has been temporarily removed. Access to the wood courts will be closed to the general public as it will be used for our youth camps and activities.
We have revised sanitation protocols to help keep things clean and safe for our staff and patrons. We have added more hand sanitizer stations throughout the building. Additional cleaning supplies and any optional PPE for patrons will be provided.
What changes are you making to group exercise classes?
At first, we'll be bringing back a limited number of classes. Group exercise classes will have limited capacity, and we have taped outlines on the floor to ensure enough space between participants. Most classes will take place without shared equipment, so if the class or session calls for it, patrons will be asked to provide their own equipment such as rollers or yoga mats. We’ll also be offering classes in outdoor areas. See the group exercise class schedule and descriptions here.
Do I have to wear a mask?
Patrons will be required to wear a mask in the facility until they begin actively exercising. This is in alignment with state requirements for masks in all public indoor businesses, effective July 1. While our team has taken a lot of safety precautions, the Bob Keefer Center is still a public space, and we can’t guarantee you won’t come into close contact with another person. All Willamalane employees are required to wear a face covering in public areas, including front desk staff. Instructors will not be required to wear face coverings when leading classes. Personal trainers will be required to wear a mask when interacting with participants.
Will the wood or multipurpose courts be open for court sports?
At this time, we are only reopening fitness center access and group exercise classes. Open and drop-in courts are not opening yet, but we hope to reopen them in upcoming phases.
What is staying the same?
We are still your community partner and our team will do everything we can to provide exceptional fitness and recreation opportunities. We can’t wait to see you again!