Q: What does it take to be a member of The Art of Fitness?

A: To be a member at The Art of Fitness, potential members must fill out an application form and management will determine if you are approved to be a member or not based on the information on your application.

Q: Is there a long term minimum contract that we must sign to be a member?

A: Unlike most gyms and health clubs, The Art of Fitness does not make members commit to any long-term contracts.  Most members are on month-to-month memberships which requires a 30-day advanced notice to cancel.  

Q: What is your cancellation policy?

A: Our cancellation policy is simple.  Provide a 30-day advanced written notice of your intent to cancel your membership at The Art of Fitness.  Upon receipt of your written notice, your cancellation will go into effect on the last day of the following month.  Even after your membership is cancelled, if your key or access card/s are not returned at the time of cancellation you will be held responsible for any charges,  service fees, etc.  that may result from having to secure the property from unauthorized access.  Lastly, all charges, dues, etc. must be current at the time of cancellation to prevent late fees, collection and/ or other accruing charges that will continue until the account is current. 

Q: What if I don't have a credit/ debit card or bank account?



Q:  What is the Unlimited Personal Training membership?

A: It is a requirement to provide banking and/ or credit/ debit card information to be a member at The Art of Fitness.  The only way it can be waived is if the membership is prepaid for a minimum of 1-year.  But prepaid memberships are not encouraged and all memberships are subject to management approval.  

A:  The Unlimited Personal Training Membership is exactly what it sounds like.  Members can train 1 - 7 times per week with a personal trainer.  But the membership also allows members to use the facility 24/7 to do cardio, workout, or take any of the group classes to include PowerCircuit, Yoga, Jiu-Jitsu, Kajukenbo, etc.