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YMCA Calgary Updates and FAQ

 

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What's New at the YMCA?
Appointments not Required for Swimming Pools and Fitness Centre's!

Effective Monday, July 12th: Appointments will no longer be required to access YMCA Calgary swimming pools and fitness centre's. Capacity limits will remain, and we encourage members and participants to check our online capacity tool if visiting at peak times.

 

View the capacity at your preferred YMCA location now!

 

 

Appointments will not be required for:

  • Lane Swim
  • Recreational Swim
  • Access to our Fitness Centre's

Appointments will be required for:

  • Fitness Classes
  • Drop-in Basketball
  • Court Sports (such as badminton and pickleball)

 

Appointment & Capacity FAQs

Q: Why are you making this change?

A: Managing capacity, to allow social distancing and a safe environment for all participants remains an essential part of how we keep our YMCA safe and accessible. We have completed an analysis of usage trends, capacity limits, and controls designed to optimize physical distancing. After two weeks of operations, it has been determined that the appointment system is no longer necessary to achieve optimal usage levels. This change will provide you with greater flexibility and a more convenient experience. YMCA Calgary will continue to monitor the effectiveness of all changes to our systems.

Q: How will you manage capacity?

A: All program areas have a maximum capacity. Headcounts each thirty minutes will ensure we maintain within those limits. Occasionally, if we do reach capacity, that amenity area will close to new participants until space opens up.

Q: How do I know if a space is full / closed?

A: Real-time information will be provided though a simple “traffic light system” tool at www.ymcacalgary.org/capacity

 

Green: Capacity is under 75%, you are welcome to join us
Orange: Capacity is over 75%, amenity is likely to close within an hour
Red: Capacity is at 100%, amenity is closed – please check back later

 

We encourage those visiting a YMCA at peak times to check this tool before arrival. Our busiest times are weekday afternoons / early evenings, and weekends from 10am – 4pm.
Q: What is the capacity in your facilities?

A: Facility and amenity capacity limits vary and are dependant on size, design, as well as the activity and programming in the space. Current capacity limits are roughly 50% of pre-pandemic levels to ensure adequate space is available for a safe and comfortable visit. These protocols are being regularly reviewed.

Q: Will you always be full?

A: Some areas and some locations see greater demand that others. Our aquatic areas at the Shane Homes YMCA at Rocky Ridge and the Brookfield Residential YMCA at Seton frequently reached capacity prior to the pandemic. It is likely that we will reach capacity on occasion, and we encourage visitors to check our online tool before leaving home for a visit. If you arrive and the amenity is closed, we will inform you before you check-in. You will have the option to wait until space opens up, or return at another time.

 

We realize that visiting a “closed” location is not ideal but maintaining an appointment-based system widely was also a challenge. We hope by providing real-time information of when facilities are open / nearly full / at capacity, we can prevent you from making a wasted journey and allow you to access a YMCA amenity at the time you choose.

 

As always, we appreciate your patience as we restart the YMCA community in a safe and efficient manner.

 

Three steps to access the YMCA


Sign the Waiver
If you previously completed this waiver, you are not required to re-sign it.
Click here to sign the waiver

Check the Capacity
Ensure the activity space you intend on visiting can accommodate your visit.
Check the Capacity for your YMCA location

Health Screening
Required for every visit
Complete an online health screening

 

 

Will you still need to wear a mask when visiting the YMCA? Yes


YMCA Calgary facilities are operated in partnership with the City of Calgary. The City of Calgary still requires people to wear face coverings or masks in City-owned facilities, under policy. YMCA Calgary has chosen to align our policy with the City of Calgary. This also mirrors the provincial requirement for face covering usage in other areas, including health care facilities and public transit. For more information on our mask policy please read our FAQs below.

 

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Hours of Operation

Branch Hours M-F Hours Sat & Sun
Brookfield Residential YMCA at Seton & Shane Homes at Rocky Ridge YMCA 5:30am - 10:00pm 7:00am - 8:00pm
Melcor YMCA at Crowfoot, Shawnessy YMCA, Remington YMCA in Quarry Park 6:30am - 7:30pm 7:00am - 1:30pm
Saddletowne YMCA 11:30am - 7:30pm 9:00am - 3:30pm (Saturday only, Closed Sunday)
South Health Campus YMCA Closed until further notice Closed until further notice

 

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What will I be able to do at the Y?

We are so excited to welcome you back to your Y! There are many activities and fitness programs for you to do at your YMCA.

 

This includes:
  • Fitness Centre drop-in
  • Indoor and Outdoor fitness and yoga classes: Registration is live now. Click here to register online!
  • Lane Swim and Recreational Swim drop-in
  • Gymnasium appointments (2 hour Basketball, 1 hour Pickleball, 1 hour Badminton and Family Open Gym)
  • Summer Day Camps: YMCA Calgary is actively planning to offer Summer Day Camps July 4 – August 27, 2021. Click here to register online!
  • Calgary Flames Grade 6 outdoor and virtual Activities

 

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Fitness (Indoors & Outdoors)

Fitness Centre’s

Appointments are not required for visiting our Fitness Centre’s, however it is important to check the available capacity of the location you intend to visit ahead of time to ensure that you can be accommodated.

 

Personal Training Sessions

Enhance your workout 60-minute training sessions. Choose from a package of 5, 10, 15, or 20 sessions. A certified trainer will monitor technique and ensure your program includes the right combination of exercises and duration to give you the results you want. Click here to register

 

View the capacity at your preferred YMCA location now

 

Outdoor Bootcamp

Meet your fitness goals with this multi-level bootcamp. Challenge your strength, endurance, balance, agility, coordination and speed with drills that include multiple options suited to your fitness level.

 

Click here to register

 

Gentle Fitness (Indoors & Outdoors)

Gently improve your strength, endurance, mobility and stability without the stress on your joints. This total body, low-impact workout combines resistance, balance and gentle cardio exercises using standing, seated and mat exercises on the ground.

 

Click here to register

 

Outdoor Walk Fit

This low impact workout will combine walking, strength and balance exercises as we trek together along sidewalks and pathways. Perfect for those who desire a gentler approach to fitness while enjoying the outdoors and social connections.

 

Click here to register

 

Yoga (Indoors & Outdoors)

Find your inner strength and balance as you de-stress in this calming outdoor yoga class. You will improve your flexibility, strength, balance and body awareness through a series of breathing exercises and yoga poses.

 

Click here to register

 

Interval Training

Get the ultimate workout with Interval Training! Challenge and improve your cardiovascular fitness, balance, core strength and muscular endurance in this dynamic, high-energy workout by doing intervals and using a variety of equipment.

 

Click here to register

 

Group Cycle

Up your cycling skills! Come prepared for a cardiovascular workout that emphasizes proper form, technique and safety. Challenge your endurance and stamina with hills, climbs, sprints and more on an indoor cycling bike. This 45 minute class takes place indoors in our fitness studios.

 

Click here to register

 

Full Body Strength

Get strong! In this weight-training class, you will use a variety of equipment and techniques for a total body workout. Instructors will lead you through a resistance class developing your strength and endurance. There will be a strong emphasis on the proper execution of movements.

 

Click here to register

 

Zumba

Join this energetic dance class! Zumba cardio dance mixes high- and low-intensity movesusing the rhythms of Latin and world music. You will raise your fitness level in a fun, encouraging atmosphere. No dance experience is required.

 

Click here to register

 

Deep Water Fitness

Join this highly effective low-impact water workout! Using a buoyancy belt in deep water, your head will stay above the surface during various cardio and resistance exercises. This classis perfect for those with injuries or limitations. Confidence in deep water is required.

 

Click here to register

 

Shallow Water Fitness

Use the water’s resistance to your advantage. This class will challenge your muscular and cardiovascular endurance while improving balance, stability and flexibility. Classes take place in the shallow end of the pool. Swimming ability is not required.

 

Click here to register
Swimming

 

Lane Swim

Appointments are not required for visiting our Lane Swimming, however it is important to check the available capacity of the location you intend to visit ahead of time to ensure that you can be accommodated.

 

View the capacity at your preferred YMCA location now

 

Recreational Swim

Appointments are not required for visiting our Recreational Swimming, however it is important to check the available capacity of the location you intend to visit ahead of time to ensure that you can be accommodated.

 

View the capacity at your preferred YMCA location now
Gymnasium

 

Basketball

Practice your basketball skills and shoot some hoops! Book a 2 hour appointment in the Gymnaisum for yourself. Want to bring a friend? Each individual requires their own appointment. (up to 30 individuals per court per time slot)

 

Click here to register

 

Pickleball

Come try Pickleball! A sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis all in one! Book a 1-hour appointment in the Gymansium. ONE individual books a court and can bring up to 5 others with them to occupy that court during the timeslot. Total of 6 participants per court per appointment max. Names of additional participants will be added during the appointment booking process.

 

Click here to register

 

Badminton

Try your hand at badminton! Book a 1-hour appointment in the Gymansium. ONE individual books a court and can bring up to 5 others with them to occupy that court during the timeslot. Total of 6 participants per court per appointment max. Names of additional participants will be added during the appointment booking process.

 

Click here to register

 

Family Open Gym

Family Gym provides opportunities for family members and groups to engage in play and physical activity. Activities are self directed allowing adults, children and youth to utilize gymnasiums for games, skill development and fun. ONE individual books and can bring up to 5 others with them to occupy that space during the appointment. Total of 6 participants per appointment max. Names of additional participants will be added during the appointment booking process.

 

Click here to register

 

Summer Camps at YMCA

YMCA Calgary is excited to offer you Summer Camps! While we can’t engage in the way you might be used to, we’ve found a way to offer you week-long summer experiences that will be safe, fun and memorable. We look forward to connecting with your kids. New this year is family/household overnight weekend camp experiences at Camp Chief Hector YMCA! Enjoy the great outdoors with your family like never before.

 

Click here to Learn more and register for Summer Camps

 

Youth Sport Programs

We are excited to be bringing back youth sport programs at your Y! Look forward to registering your youth to basketball skill development, badminton and sport conditioning programs with reduced class sizes and personalized coaching. These programs are targeted to youth of the ages 5-14 and all skill levels are welcome!

 

Click here to Learn more and register for Youth Sport Programs

 

Outdoor Child and Youth Activities

Bring your 10-15 year old to the Y to get active in the great outdoors! Join us for intramural sports, lawn games and table tennis in small groups that foster a safe, social and active play environment. All skill levels are welcome.

 

Click here to Learn more and register for Outdoor Activities

 

Calgary Flames Grade 6 Activities

We are excited to offer Calgary Flames Grade 6 activities live and in person in a safe and fun outdoor environment and a virtual at home experience. This free membership supported by the Calgary Flames Foundation is still available and will be extended to expire Dec 31, 2021 for any children that began their membership after August 1, 2020. Grade 6 Memberships for 2021/2022 school year will be available as of August 1, 2021. Programming will return to in-person in the coming weeks and months with some virtual resources also being offered. For more information on our Calgary Flames Grade 6 activities, visit our online portal below.

 

Click here to register and join a Grade 6 activity

 

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General FAQ

In order to provide an additional layer of protection for our staff and volunteers, YMCA Calgary will be maintaining some additional controls and protocols until Aug 31, 2021. These controls and protocols will be regularly evaluated by the Senior Leadership Team of YMCA Calgary and may be changed as the summer progresses.

 

*All terms are subject to change due to emerging or evolving health and safety guidelines from relevant health authorities

 

What's New

Q: Do I need to still wear a mask at the YMCA?

A: Masks are required in all program areas at the YMCA, both indoors and outdoors. If your activity level becomes uncomfortable and you need to remove your mask, please ensure you are maintaining appropriate physical distance.

Q: What if I forget my mask? Will you have masks available?

A: We will have a supply of masks available for purchase in vending machines within our YMCA facilities.

Q: Why do I have to wear a mask at the Y when I don’t at some other gyms and rec facilities?

A: YMCA Calgary is a wellness organization. Our first priority is the health and safety of staff, volunteers, members and participants. The decision to maintain mask use at the YMCA was made for the following reasons:

  • YMCA Calgary facilities are operated in partnership with the City of Calgary. The City of Calgary still requires people to wear face coverings or masks in City-owned facilities, under policy. YMCA Calgary has chosen to align our policy with the City of Calgary. This also mirrors the provincial requirement for face covering usage in other areas, including health care facilities and public transit.
  • YMCA serves people of all ages and abilities. This includes many children under 12. Those children have not yet had the opportunity to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
  • Despite some relaxations of precautions, our community remains in a pandemic, so we are taking steps to keep everyone safe.
  • YMCA Calgary sought advice from medical professionals, including an epidemiologist, an emergency physician and a former Chief Medical Officer of Health for Alberta and all advised that maintaining mask use at this time was prudent and recommended due to concerns over variants and other still-present transmission risks in the community.
  • All controls and protocols, including mask use, will be regularly evaluated by the Senior Leadership Team of YMCA Calgary and may be changed as the summer progresses.

Q: Do I need to be vaccinated to visit the YMCA?

A: YMCA is actively promoting, both internally and externally, the benefits of vaccines as a measure to keep people safe. Although we are not requiring vaccinations for participation, we have other controls in place to minimize risk based on best practices established during the pandemic.

Q: Are YMCA staff and volunteers required to be vaccinated?

A: YMCA Calgary is providing paid time and removing barriers for our staff to participate in the provincial vaccination program. YMCA is actively promoting, both internally and externally, the benefits of vaccines as a measure to keep people safe. YMCA Calgary does not collect or retain sensitive medical information from our staff, volunteers, members or participants.

Q: YMCA Calgary is moving to a scenario where the minimum age to access a YMCA facility without adult supervision is changing from 8 years old to 10 years old. Why?

A: This change was made to provide additional protection for children in alignment with national YMCA standards and other national youth serving bodies. As of June 28, 2021, children under the age of 10 years must have a parent or guardian present to access the YMCA, including all facilities, amenity areas available to children and camps. This includes sign-in and sign-out of all programs.

 

Safety and Physical Distancing

Q: What health authorities are YMCA Calgary taking guidance from to keep participants safe?

A: YMCA Calgary continues to actively monitor and comply with all directives from Alberta Health Services, the Government of Alberta, Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health and other relevant health authorities.

Q: What measures have you put in place to ensure a safe environment?

A: The health, safety and protection of our members, participants, staff and volunteers is our first priority. For everyone’s protection, we’ve modified some spaces and amenities, and those modifications remain in place. Here are just a few of the safety measures you’ll see when you visit the Y:

  • Increased sanitization and disinfection
  • Additional hand-sanitizing stations
  • Removal of non-essential or difficult-to-clean equipment
  • Reduced capacity in all activity areas utilizing an appointment-based system for access to Fitness Classes and drop-in sports in the Gymnasium
  • Plexi-glass barriers at Welcome, Membership and Weight Floor desks
  • Health screenings prior to entry through a digital health screening tool
  • Directional signage to control the flow of participants in certain areas of the building
  • Contactless scan-in stations
  • Physical distancing measures (including signage, floor markings and some unavailable or rotating equipment) to maintain maximum distance between users
  • Removal of lobby furniture
  • Staff available to assist you

Q: How can I help keep the YMCA safe and clean?

A: Here are some things you can do to help:

  • Stay home if you’re not feeling well
  • Get vaccinated against COVID-19. More info here
  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Practice cough and sneeze etiquette
  • Always wipe equipment down before and after use
  • Avoid eating in situations where hand hygiene is more difficult (eg. while working out)
  • Please use cashless forms of payment whenever possible. Cash will still be accepted at YMCA Calgary
  • Be kind to each other

Q: What enhanced cleaning protocols will the Y have in place

A: We have maintained additional and more frequent cleaning procedures as best practice. These include:

  • Increased frequency of high touch points (eg. door handles, elevator buttons, hand railings, light switches, toilet seats, taps)
  • Regular and documented sanitization of common area touch points
  • Employing hospital-grade disinfectant (Sany+ H202, Oxivir Plus, Vangard)

Q: Will I have to undergo a health screening when I enter the facility?

A: All users will be asked to complete a digital COVID-19 health check through a digital Health Screening Tool prior to entering the facility, which will include a short symptom-related questionnaire. This tool is anonymous and data is not collected or stored. It will help you determine if it is safe for you and those in your party to be in the facility. The screening data is secure and won’t be collected or shared in any way – it’s simply a way for you to know if the timing is right to keep you and others safe as you visit the Y. This will be required upon each facility entry. You can access the Health Screening Tool here: ymcacalgary.org/screening

Q: Will I have to sign a waiver in order to access the YMCA?

A: To keep you and other safe, and so you have a clear understanding the various risks associating with participating in programs and services, YMCA Calgary is asking you to sign a one-time participation waiver. This is a requirement of entry. You can sign the waiver securely here: ymcacalgary.org/waiver – It is recommended you complete this waiver process ahead of your visit to save time upon your first re-entry. If you completed this waiver at any time previously, you are not required to re-sign it.

Q: Will I have to pre-book an appointment to access the facility, amenities or equipment?

A: Effective Monday, July 12th, appointments will no longer be required to access YMCA Calgary Swimming Pools and Fitness Centre’s. Capacity limits will remain, and we encourage members and participants to check our online capacity tool if visiting at peak times. Users must pre-book an appointment for themselves or individuals in their party for Fitness Classes, Drop-in Basketball and Drop-in Court Sports.   Please note: Your appointment does NOT include the time it takes to change or access the amenity area.

Q: What if I see someone who I think looks sick at the Y?

A: Please see any YMCA staff member if you are concerned for the welfare of someone in the facility. Individuals who become symptomatic at the YMCA will be isolated and provided emergency care and transportation.

Q: How will physical distancing be managed in a child minding environment?

A: At this time we will not be offering Child Minding services. Child Minding will resume at a later date.

Q: Will lobby and public seating be available?

A: Most indoor lobby and seating spaces at YMCA facilities will be temporarily unavailable.

Q: Will Lost and Found be available?

A: Due to health guidance, lost and found items will be collected but must be disposed of each night. Please only bring what you need for your visit.

 

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Facility Hours and Access FAQ

Q: Why is South Health Campus YMCA remaining closed?

A: Alberta Health Services has determined that the Wellness Centre (which includes the YMCA) must remain closed until further notice to limit public access to the hospital.

Q: Will my entire YMCA facility and all amenities be accessible when the YMCA re-opens?

A: We will be opening our centres widely, but some facility areas and amenities will remain closed or unavailable until further notice:

  • Climbing walls
  • Steam Rooms
  • Hot Tubs
  • Child Minding
  • Birthday Party Bookings
  • Lobby and other Seating Areas
  • Hair Dryers/Hand Dryers
  • Equipment Loans
  • Newspapers

Q: Will you be offering Registered Programs when you re-open?

A: Registered programs like day camps will be offered, with many more returning in the fall. Please see our “Stay and Play” Summer Program Guide

Q: Will you be offering Personal Training?

A: Personal training will be available in the initial stage of re-opening.

Q: Will you be offering swim lessons?

A: Swim lessons will be returning in the Fall

Q: Will I require a swim test before I use the pool?

A: All children ages 13 years and younger must participate in a swimming skills assessment and will be provided a coloured wristband based on their age and swimming ability.

Q: What can I do in the pools when you re-open?

A: We will be offering both Lane Swim and Recreational Swim as well as access to lazy rivers, water slides and the Flow Rider where applicable.
  Lane Swim:

  • Use of one 25m swim lane for one hour for ages 10+
  • Individuals will be assigned a lane upon arrival
  Recreational Swim:
  • Shared use of all aquatics areas except main pool / lane swim. Depending on the facility, this could include training pool, splash park, lazy river, water slides, FlowRider, wave pool. Access to main pool will not be provided
  Test, Mark, Protect (coloured wristband water safety system):
  • YMCA Calgary’s Test, Mark, Protect system will be active for children ages 0-13 upon re-opening.
  • As always, children between the ages 0-7 must stay within arms-reach of a caregiver at all times
  • All children between the ages of 8 and 13 who have access to water that is shoulder depth or higher (based on their booking) will be asked to complete a swimming skills test to confirm that stay safe in the water
  • For more info on the details on YMCA Calgary’s Test, Mark, Protect program inquire at your local YMCA facility.
  Aquatic Equipment
  • YMCA will provide access to frequently sanitized lifejackets, flutterboards and aquafit belts. No other pool equipment will be available.
  All users are required to pre-book an appointment here: www.ymcacalgary.org/appointments – Bookings for ALL appointments open for the Mon – Sun period at 12 noon on the preceding Friday.

Q: Will I have access to Drop-In Basketball / Pickleball / Badminton / Family Open Gym?

A: Yes, bookings will be available.
  Drop-in Basketball (2 hour duration)

  • 30 individual participants per timeslot
  Pickleball (1 hour duration)
  • ONE individual books a court and can bring up to 5 others with them to occupy that court during the timeslot. Total of 6 participants per court per appointment max. Names of additional participants will be added during the appointment booking process
  Badminton (1 hour duration)
  • ONE individual books a court and can bring up to 5 others with them to occupy that court during the appointment. Total of 6 participants per court per appointment max. Names of additional participants will be added during the appointment booking process
  Family Open Gym (1 hour duration)
  • ONE individual books and can bring up to 5 others with them to occupy that space during the appointment. Total of 6 participants per appointment max. Names of additional participants will be added during the appointment booking process.

Q: Can I access locker rooms?

A: Locker rooms are open and available. We encourage all patrons to leave non-essential items at home.

Q: Will I have access to YMCA towels and equipment?

A: Towels will remain available to Membership Extra members and available for rental. To align with infection prevention measures, the YMCA will not provide equipment such as basketballs, soccer balls, racquets and other small personal equipment for the time being. Members and participants may bring their own towel and equipment for personal use only.

Q: Will water fountains be available?

A: Water fountains and bottle fillers (where possible) are available for personal use. Given the limited quantity of bottle fillers at some of our locations, we encourage all facility users to bring filled water bottles with them.

 

Membership and Fees FAQ

Q: When will my membership resume?

A: Memberships will resume Monday June 28, 2021 in all categories.

Q: How flexible will YMCA Calgary be on my membership options?

A: We understand that, for many, circumstances have changed because of the pandemic. We will be providing a number of options to allow members to continue with their YMCA membership. We will provide time ahead of our re-opening for you to consider these options, which include:

  • Continue with your membership – No action required; your membership will automatically start when our doors re-open
  • Financial Assistance – I would like to come back but my financial situation has changed. Please click here to fill out the required form. A YMCA Calgary staff member will reach out with financial assistance options to support you. (See below for more details)
  • Cancellation – For now, please cancel my YMCA membership. We will have contacted you by email with instructions to cancel your membership
  • HoldsExtension of current holds is not available. However, the regular membership hold policy will be available to any active members. Members can suspend/place their memberships on hold for either 1 or 2 months, at no additional charge. Payments will automatically restart at the end of the suspension

Q: What does Financial Assistance program look like when YMCAs re-open?

A: Any individuals and/or families that were receiving financial assistance prior to the closure of the YMCA will continue to have that honoured for the remainder of their membership term.   For individuals and families whose financial circumstance have changed in light of the COVID 19 pandemic, they will be able to apply for financial assistance by either providing proof that they have been approved through any of our partner organizations (City of Calgary, AISH, Health Benefits card etc.) or by providing documentation showing they are receiving or qualified for EI benefits. All individuals and families who meet this criteria will be approved for three months and then will need to re-apply to continue their assistance.

Q: When will my first payment be withdrawn after opening?

A: YMCA memberships payments will resume June 28, 2021 and will maintain your existing billing cycle. There will be a notice period given in case members need to revise their membership status, including accessing financial assistance. Please watch your email for updates.

Q: Can I have a facility tour?

A: Yes, facility tours are available. Please inquire at any YMCA membership desk.

Q: I am having problems with my online Membership account. What can I do to remedy my issues and can someone help me?

A: Having any issues using the online portal? We have changed the appointment system since Fall 2020. We have provided some troubleshooting tips for you.

 

Please click the links below to watch two short video detailing how to correctly create your account for active members and non-members and create a booking online:

 

How to create an account on our online portal
How to book an appointment on our online portal

 

IMPORTANT:

Are you a member being charged the non-member fee? If you are a YMCA Calgary member, you already have an account that is active on the portal. Use your membership barcode for your initial login. PLEASE do not create a new account as your membership will not be recognized and you will be charged per appointment.

 

If you experienced a payment issue earlier today, please note this was a temporary technical problem that has been resolved. When booking your appointment, you will notice that there is a button that says “fee required”. Keep following the prompts ahead and the fee will be reverted back to $0 as you are booking under an active membership.

 

If you are experiencing the above issue with your membership please email portalsupport@calgary.ymca.ca and our Member Services team will be responding to your questions and concerns during the hours of 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

 

*All terms are subject to change due to emerging or evolving health and safety guidelines from relevant health authorities

 

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