New Members Receive*
Key Fob for 24 hour access
*Included in $50 initiation fee
Our Best Pricing*
Basic Gym $35/month
Premium Gym $50/month
Plus Memberships $80/month
(Premium Plus Tennis, Martial Arts or Tribe Team Training)
All memberships include 24 hour access
*All pricing above is based on a 1 year membership contract.
New Group X Schedule
The Group X group fitness class schedule for Spring 2021 is here. Start your New Year off with great exercise classes. You can find the schedule on our Group X page.
Tribe Team Training Season 2, 2021
Sign up for Tribe Team Training Season 2, 2021 FREE Trial Week March 1 – March 5th! Season 2 starts March 8th and is in session for six weeks. Get the best in group fitness classes with Tribe. Go to the Tribe Team Training page to find out more.
Please Continue To Follow Safety Protocol
- Everyone entering the center must remove their street shoes and change into athletic shoes in the outer entryway.
- Practice social distancing of six feet between individuals.
- Wipe down all equipment you will be using both before and after use.
- Our Day Care services are open and our staff and children (under three years of age) must wear masks until we are notified that masks are no longer required.
Martial Arts Classes
Students will learn the traditional art of Soo Bahk Do (Korean Karate). Students will develop discipline, respect, eye focus, flexibility, strength & coordination, proper movement, and breathing skills. The classes will give students a foundation in martial arts training, as well as all around movement, and will improve all other athletics pursued in their life.
Your Instructor – Oliver Whitcomb
Oliver Whitcomb is a Nationally Certified Soo Bahk Do instructor, who’s been teaching Martial Arts in the Wood River Valley since 1996. He also teaches modified martial arts to children and adults with cognitive disabilities in the Wood River Valley since 2003. Oliver has worked in many school systems teaching introductory martial arts classes as a tool for bringing discipline, focus and exercise into the class room, as well as promoting conflict resolution.