Bring completed applications / forms along with photo ID to the Y of your choice.
Bring completed applications / forms along with photo ID to the Y of your choice.
The Y strives to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all members, guests, and program participants. To promote safety and comfort for everyone, all individuals are asked to act appropriately at all times when in our facilities or participating in our programs.
We expect persons using the Y to act maturely, to behave responsibly, and to respect the rights and dignity of others. Our Member/ Participant Code of Conduct Policy lists examples of prohibited actions. Such actions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Members, guests and program participants are encouraged to take responsibility for their personal comfort and safety by asking any person whose behavior threatens their comfort or unreasonably interferes with their enjoyment of the Y to refrain from such behavior. Anyone who feels uncomfortable in confronting a person directly should report the behavior to a staff person or the Manager on Duty. Y staff members are ready to be of assistance.
In order to carry out these policies, we ask that members, guest and program participants identify themselves to staff when asked. The branch executive will investigate all reported incidents. The Y reserves the right, among other things, to deny access, revoke membership, and/or remove any person from the facility on the spot who violates any of the above behaviors, or any other behavior that may be detrimental to others. This is the sole discretion of Y management. The branch executive, in his/her discretion, will determine whether a violation of the Y Member/Participant Code of Conduct has occurred.
FAMILIES WELCOME HERE
These guidelines ensure you and your family’s safety while having fun at the Y.
AGES 2 MONTHS – 10 YEARS OLD
You are welcome to stay together to use the pool, gym, or activity center. Closely supervise your child, unless they are in a program, class, or the KidZone. Strollers and infant carriers are allowed only at the David D. Hunting track. For safety, they are not allowed on suspended tracks at the Wolverine Worldwide Family YMCA and the Spartan Stores YMCA.
AGES 5 YEARS – 10 YEARS OLD
Children are welcome to use the pool, gym, or activity center, as long as you provide direct supervision. Closely supervise your child at all times while in the facility. Please keep your child within arm’s length. Your child may use the indoor track with you. After you both have gone through the parent-child fitness orientation, children are welcome to use kid-appropriate fitness equipment alongside you.
AGES 11 YEARS – 14 YEARS OLD
After the parent-child fitness orientation, your child may use the facility without you being present. He/she may use the appropriate cardio and weight machines. Full access is available in the pool, activity center, climbing wall, gym, and group fitness classes. Personal training is available with your signed consent.
AGES 12 YEARS – 16 YEARS OLD
If accompanied by a parent/guardian, children 12-16 are allowed to use the hot tub, steam room or sauna. Children under 12 are not permitted in these areas.
AGES 15 YEARS – 17 YEARS OLD
After the parent-child fitness orientation, your child is welcome to use the free weights.
Please follow all posted rules, including the Member/Participant Code of Conduct Pool, Hot Tub, Steam Room, and Sauna Policies.
SAFE POOLS HAVE RULES
Your safety is our number one priority. Our pool rules help ensure that everyone has a safe, fun experience.
Age Guidelines – Pools
Steam Room & Sauna
A membership card must be presented in order to use a Y facility. A member who does not have a membership card must present photo identification, such as a driver’s license, to allow staff to verify their membership. Replacement cards are available for a $5 fee. For security purposes, a photo ID must be presented when requesting a replacement card.
We strongly encourage you to wear your membership ID while you are in the facility.
We ask you to follow the Y Code of Conduct and to exhibit the values of caring, honesty, respect, responsibility and inclusion while you’re here.
GET ORIENTED. Not sure how to use the equipment or what you should be doing? Sign up for two FREE one-on-one Coaching Connection sessions to get you started on you path to a healthy lifestyle, tailored to your needs.
TAKE CARE. If there’s a problem with any of the equipment (or the facility) please inform a staff member. Contact a staff member immediately in the event of an accident.
BE SAFE. Wear appropriate clothing and footwear. Warm up before exercising, and cool down afterwards. Have a spotter help you with free weights. Make sure you’ve had enough to eat and drink before exercising to prevent getting dizzy or light-headed. If you are experiencing dizziness, pain or unusual discomfort at any time, stop and ask for help.
HELP US KEEP THE Y CLEAN. Wipe off equipment after each use. Return all equipment when finished with it. Take personal items with you. Remove the plates from lifting bars when you’re done.
GIVE OTHERS A TURN. The equipment is here for everyone to use. Please respect the 30-minute time limit on cardio equipment if others are waiting, and follow any posted sign-up procedures.
BE AWARE. Y facilities and amenities, including locker rooms, close at the times posted. The pools close 30 minutes prior to the rest of the facility to ensure ample time for members to transition. Please help us ensure the safety of our members and staff by respecting the facility’s closing time.
BE RESPECTFUL. Members, guests, and participants may not record, or take photos with any type of device in any area of the facility.
When using the Y, please bring a lock to secure your belongings, including car keys, and wallets, at all times. Valuables are best left at home. Never leave your belongings locked in your car while you are in the facility. The Y is not responsible for theft or damage to your property. For security and privacy purposes, use of cameras, cell phones and other electronic devices are prohibited in restrooms, showers and locker rooms.
The Y staff is trained to deal with blood-borne pathogens and open wounds. All necessary equipment is available. We reserve the right to limit or restrict the use of our facilities if there is a risk of spreading or transferring any communicable or infectious diseases.
Attire suitable for a family facility is required at all times and in all areas of the Y. It is recommended that exercise shoes are not worn into the facility, but brought in separately. Attire with inappropriate graphics and language is not allowed. Shirts must be worn everywhere but the pool, and you must cover your midriff (both men and women). Closed toed shoes are required on the fitness floors, in group exercise rooms, and basketball courts. Swimsuits are required when using the pool, sauna, steam room, and whirlpool. Socks are required for children using the KidZone.
The KidZone welcomes children ages 2 months to 10 years old and is free for those with Family memberships. For members with a Young Adult, Adult, Senior or Senior Couple membership the charge is $3 per child. Hours may vary by facility, so please check in advance of visiting. Reservations may be required.
For facilities that do not have Family Locker Rooms, children ages 6 and older must use their gender’s locker room. Children 5 and younger are able to accompany a parent or caregiver into the locker room of the adult’s gender.
The Y provides our members with encouragement and motivation; sometimes bringing a guest can help you with this. Each guest over 18 may visit two times in a calendar year as long as a member accompanies them. The daily guest pass fees are $20 per family; $10 per adults, or $5 per youth under age 18. Youth under age 18 may come an unlimited number of times when accompanied by a member. Youth guests must have their guest pass form signed by a parent or guardian.
* David D. Hunting YMCA Youth Guest Pass Policy is as follows:
All 17 and under guests needs to have an adult Y member sign them in:
Youth ages 17 and under, who do not have an accompanying adult Y member, are welcome to enjoy our staff supervised TeenZone.
Whether you’re just getting started with a fitness regimen or have already achieved a high level of fitness, personal training is an exercise program developed specifically for you. Ask any of our staff for more information.
Massage therapy is a valuable tool for managing stress, healing from strain, and alleviating pain.
If inclement weather occurs, please check with the facility for any closing/cancellation information. You may go to our homepage, check out our Facebook page , or use our mobile app (download it here: Google Play or iTunes). In the case of lightning, our pools will be closed according to the facility protocol.
As a Y member, you have access to Ys across the country and around the world. You must present a valid Y ID to be eligible to use AWAY privileges. Please call ahead to check on individual facility policies.
All programs have a minimum number of participants in order to begin. If registration falls short of this minimum, the class will be cancelled. A credit will be applied to your account for the cancelled program. Prorating will not be granted for any participant who joins a program session after the starting date or who leaves the program session before the end date.
If a Y program class is canceled due to inclement weather or causes beyond our control, every effort will be made to create a make-up class. Partial refunds will not be given.