Club Closed Per Statewide COVID-19 Order

Island Athletic Club will be closed from Monday, November 16th, through at least December 14th.  We deeply regret not being able to offer any facility use or onsite services to you in the weeks ahead.  

Streaming Group Exercise classes continue to be offered for members via Zoom–select the ‘Online Classes’ Tab for the schedule and Zoom links.  Please consider making a contribution to the Tip Jar if you attend these classes and wish to keep them going. 

If the mandated closure ends as scheduled, we will apply the second half of your November dues to the latter part of December.  No monthly dues will be charged December 1st.  If you receive paper statements, your next billing date will be extended out one month, crediting you for what you have prepaid. 

For more information on this closure, please visit our News page.

Please read through our member emails for more details.  If you are not signed up for our email updates, please sign up under the ‘Sign up for our Newsletter’ tab below!

Welcome!

Island Athletic Club is Whidbey Island’s premier fitness facility. From our indoor pool to our state-of-the-art Revolution Cycling Studio, we provide our members with the tools and expertise to make fitness a way of life. We welcome individuals of all ages and abilities, and we offer a wide range of exercise options, activities and services to help you have fun, meet new friends and stay active. Come in for a tour or WATCH OUR VIDEO and discover how we can help you achieve better health and fitness.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

None at this time.

 

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A Word from our Members:

“I’m just a few months shy of 80 years old, and I’ve belonged to many gyms on both coasts.  Many is the morn when I have sat at home, dreaming up some excuse to skip the gym that day.  IAC is the first gym in my experience where that searching for an excuse never happens.  There are two reasons for this.  First and foremost, I look forward to seeing the many friends I have made there in my five years of membership.  They come from both staff and members.  My time at the IAC is almost as much social as it is athletic.  In fact, much of what I have learned about Whidbey comes from the men’s locker room!  The second reason comes from my age.  If for some reason I miss a couple weeks of working out, I start waking up depressed.  The gym has become a necessary “drug” for my sense of well being.

I am so grateful to the IAC for a chance to meet and greet wonderful people, not just once, but again and again.  When they become friends, the IAC has given me one of life’s most precious gifts!”

–Rod P., member since 2012

“My life without IAC…Well I wouldn’t know half as many great people
from our community that I now know, I wouldn’t have as much to look forward
to doing every day, and I definitely can say I’d be a lot flabbier. I work
hard and feel good at IAC (Nick’s spin class mantra!)”
–Janet S., member since 2008

After a severe dog bite and subsequent fall resulted in lymphedema, bursitis, and a fractured patella and ankle, Gail came to the Club first for Physical Therapy, then as a member.  “If it wasn’t for IAC, I would probably be bedridden for the rest of my life. I can never thank you enough!”
–Gail L., member since 1999

Would you like to share what IAC means to you?  Email [email protected], or stop by the front desk to set up a meeting.