Webster Wellness: YMCA Trial Membership Offer

| December 14, 2011

Considering a fitness membership in the new year?

Webster has partnered with the YMCA of Greater St. Louis to offer Webster University St. Louis area faculty and staff a free two-week membership Dec. 26 – Jan. 8.

Just bring this flyer [PDF], a photo I.D, and proof of employment to the location of your choice to receive your temporary membership card.

YMCA membership includes:

  • Free 12-week Y Personal Fitness program
  • Free towel service
  • Free mini fitness assessments
  • Free fitness center orientation
  • Free weight area orientation
  • Free Nursery/Childwatch service (where available)
  • Free Family Fun Nights (where available)
  • Open gym/swim time
  • Lowest Rate specialty programs
  • Lowest Rate at Trout Lodge/Camp Lakewood

You can also receive 100 percent off the joining fee and 100 percent off the first month if you join during the published two-week trial membership — a savings of up to $160. Or, if you join after the two-week trial mem­bership, you will receive 100 percent off the joining fee and 50 percent off the first month’s membership.

Join a location near you or choose a Metro membership which gives you access to all 17 locations of the YMCA of Greater St. Louis, plus the Carondelet Park Rec Complex, with no monthly contract.

See the flyer on the Webster Wellness blog for a list of locations in the St. Louis metropolitan area who are participating in this free trial offer.

Contact wellness@webster.edu if you have any questions.

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  1. Eric says:

    This is a good opportunity. Is there any discussion about the possibility of the University subsidizing memberships to the YMCA and similar health promotion settings? Perhaps if employees meet certain goals (e.g., 3-4 visits per week on average), part of our membership dues are covered for us? Such an approach would likely promote general wellness, which in theory would make those individuals lower-cost members of the insurance pool. Such a commitment would certainly demonstrate that Webster is prepared to take concrete steps to promote employee wellness.

  2. Cheryl Fritz says:

    Thanks for your feedback Eric! Yes, there are discussions along these lines within the Webster Wellness Committee. We appreciate your patience as we continue to assess, refine and grow our wellness programming and offerings and to have them mature, expand and become more incorporated into our culture over time.