The Bay Club

On 13, May 2015 | No Comments | In Jobs, Mind & Body | By Stephanie


2395 Kachemak Dr.


(907) 235-2582


Monday – Friday  5:30am – 8pm, Saturday  9am – 6pm, Sunday  11am – 4pm

What can teens do?

Teens are welcome to take classes, join as members, or apply for a job. Included in a memberships are ALL the classes offered by the Bay Club.


To apply, submit a resume and Bay Club Application. If chosen, you will be contacted for an interview, and if hired the dress code is “customer service preppy” (polo shirts, etc.). No piercings and all tattoos must be covered. Applicants must be able to be on time and follow direction well. Interest in health and wellness is a plus. Potential jobs include: working the front desk, hands-on labor, and cleaning. Pays $9/hr.


Zumba, nutrition, yoga, rock climbing (including a teens-only class), swimming, spin, cardio, strength, tai chi, weight lifting, and more.

They also offer education outreach programs where they share information from verified scientific articles, promote positive psychology approaches to everyday life, and have a “Healthy Futures Alaska” program where schools register and keep exercise and eating habits logs and each school enters to win prizes.

Cost? Discounts?

Individual classes cost $12-15.

The “Junior” membership is available to youth ages 14-18 and costs $87/month. It requires a one-year commitment and monthly automatic payments. New customers are charged an enrollment fee which is $187.

For people 19 and older, a membership starts at $97/month, with the same stipulations as the “Junior membership and its own enrollment fee.

The Bay Club also offers corporate contracts (meaning a certain number of people join as members together) with youth groups.

Benefit to Teens:

The Bay Club lets teens be “self-defined in a complex world. Here teens will be respected. Respect means they’re treated like adults.”

Then there’s the obvious benefits: Being healthy. Meditation. Rock climbing. FUN! We emphasize teen-focused classes because teens years are when we start lifelong behaviors.”

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