SAUNA, STEAM ROOM, WHIRLPOOL
AND SWIMMING POOL AREA

According to state law, you must shower before entering. A bathing suit is required and cut-off jeans or shorts are not allowed. Please contact the member information center for acceptable bathing suit alternatives. Lifeguards are in place for your safety; show respect by following all lifeguard instructions. A lifeguard is always on duty for swimming pool, whirlpool and diving board safety. In the event of thunder and lightning, these facilities will be closed.

SAUNA AND STEAM ROOM

Ages 18 and up
State health codes require sauna and steam room users to be at least 18 years old.

For your safety
Because the temperatures in these rooms are 170-180º we strongly caution against using the sauna or steam room immediately after a workout. A minimum cool down period of 10-15 minutes before using the sauna is required and exercise of any kind in the sauna or steam room is prohibited.

Please exit immediately if you feel uncomfortable, dizzy or sleepy. Staying too long in a heated area may cause overheating. Check with a doctor before use if you are pregnant, in poor health or under medical care.

Be aware that breathing heated air in conjunction with consumption of alcohol, drugs or medication can cause unconsciousness. Check with a doctor regarding your medications prior to using these areas.

Please help us maintain the sauna, do not spit or pour water on the rocks.

Out of courtesy to other users, do not apply any perfumes, lotions or scented oils while in the sauna or steam room.

WHIRLPOOL

Ages 18 and up
Use of the whirlpool is permitted for members and guests aged 18 and older.

For your safety
Please read the warning signs on the walls before entering the whirlpool and in case of emergency, no matter how minor, contact a lifeguard immediately.

If you are pregnant, suffering from heart disease, diabetes, or high or low blood pressure please do not enter the whirlpool without prior medical consultation and permission from your doctor. If you experience nausea, dizziness or unusual feelings, exit the whirlpool immediately.

Do not enter the whirlpool if you are taking medication(s) that cause sleeplessness, drowsiness or raise or lower blood pressure, are under the influence of alcohol or narcotics, or have communicable diseases, skin infections or open sores.

Please do not submerge your face or head under the water.

Please observe reasonable time limits and turn off the whirlpool if you are the last person out of the water.

 

SWIMMING POOL AREA

Ages 18 and up
While in the water, children under 8 years must be accompanied by an adult, 18 or older, and children under 48" must have an adult within arm's reach at all times in the water.

For your safety
lease read the warning signs on the walls before entering the pool and in case of emergency, no matter how minor, contact a lifeguard immediately.

In order to assess their readiness, a deep-water swim test is given to all children prior to swimming in the deep end.

We allow the use of US Coast Guard-approved floatation devices. Please do not use other floatation devices in the pool.

Due to its danger, diving in shallow water is not allowed.

Unless you are attending an instructional program, the starting blocks are not to be used for entering the pool.

To prevent slipping, running is not allowed on the pool deck.

To respect people using the lap lanes and to not damage equipment, swimmers are asked to not to sit on, hang on, or cross over lane lines.

Diving board guidelines

Participants must pass a deep-water swim test prior to using the diving board.

Only one person is allowed on the board at a time; we ask the next diver to wait on the pool deck, not on the stairs.

Please wait until the preceding diver swims to the ladder prior to diving.

Please dive or jump straight out and refrain from backward dives, double bouncing, or hanging on the boards or railings.

Swimming in the diving area is not allowed while diving board is in use. After a dive, please swim to the ladder and exit.

We ask you to take goggles off while using the diving board.