Our staff is professional, motivated and highly trained. All are certified by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), American Council on Exercise (ACE), and/or the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Cancer Exercise Rehab
This service is available for Trinity Health cancer survivors and patients. Our program helps you cope with recovery of cancer related side effect by fostering renewed energy, strength, and joy through physical exercise. Most patients are referred to this program by their physician, but it is not required. Through funding from local community foundations and programs, the cost of this program for the patient is zero!
Our Personal Trainers can provide you with personal instruction, education, and evaluation of your fitness routine. We teach you safe and research-driven techniques to help you reach your wellness goals. YMCA membership fees or daily guest pass fees are also required.
1 Session: $25
4 Session Package: $100
8 Session Package: $200
12 Session Package: $300
Includes 1 bonus 30-minute session valued at $25
16 Session Package**: $400
Includes 2 bonus 30-minute sessions valued at $50
1 Session: $30/person
4 Session Package: $120/person
8 Session Package: $240/person
12 Session Package: $360/person
Includes 1 bonus 60-minute session valued at $60
16 Session Package: $480/person
Includes 2 bonus 60-minute sessions valued at $120
Have you ever wondered just what kind of shape you are in? Through a detailed fitness assessment, we can tell you exactly! By completing a series of standardized fitness evaluations, we can compare your scores to national standards and point out strengths and weaknesses in your physical fitness status.
Total Body Fitness Assessment: Fee $75
Body Composition Assessment: Fee $25
Delay the Disease
This program is taught by an OhioHealth certified instructor and is for people living with Parkinson's Disease. It is designed to empower participants by optimizing their physical function and helping to delay the progression of symptoms and restore as much of their independence as possible while working on balance, walking, and quality of life.