Low-Cost Options

If you’re interested in joining a gym or taking classes in Spokane, we encourage you to do your research to find the one that best fits you and your needs. Here’s a list to get you started:

If you’re interested in joining a gym or taking classes in Spokane, we encourage you to do your research to find the one that best fits you and your needs. Here’s a list to get you started:

  • ACT 2
    • Offers low cost classes for adults and seniors.
  • Spokane Senior Centers- Hillyard, Corbin, Valley, Sinto
    • Offers memberships for as low as $20 a year
  • YMCA
    • Has a sliding scale program to offer free or discounted membership based on income.

Check out these others:

Visit the local pool. Often the admission fee is minimal, and you can spend the day playing in the water. Some programs, like the Make a Splash Campaign offer free or discounted swimming passes for families that qualify.

DVD-based exercise programs. Check out the options at your local library. Or keep your eyes open for a used DVD at the local thrift store or at a garage sale. Hopefully it’s a minimal cost, then all you need is yourself – and a little space to workout at home.

Yoga or Pilates at home. Attend a group class at your nearby community center like North East, West Central, and East Central, with a friend and commit to remembering or taking notes of the basic yoga moves. Then all you need is a yoga mat at home and you’re ready to go!

App-based exercise programs. Check out apps like Daily Burn, FitStar Personal Trainer, or even a free pedometer like Footsteps to track your steps.

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