We offer a variety of activities that educate, entertain and inspire kids of all ages.
Specialty Youth Programs At Thorbeckes
- Gymnastics & Cheer
- Swim Lessons & Swim Team
- Tae Kwon Do Classes
- Tennis Lessons
This orientation is required for youth, 11 – 14 years, to use the club facilities unsupervised. Parent signature required on Youth Training form.
This training is provided by our Member Services Trainers during scheduled hours. Please ask our reception desk for our current schedule.
This training is designed to teach and guide youth ages 11 – 14, with an introduction to safe exercise training principles, club rules, and programs they may be interested in. After completing this training session, youth will be able to train on their own unsupervised. Wrist bands must be worn and will be provided by our reception staff each time youth check in to work out.
6 Weeks to 5 years
Adult Supervision is required. Children this age may use: Play Center, swimming pool, family activities, youth programs.
6 to 10 years
Adult Supervision is required. Children this age may use: Play Center, swimming pool, basketball/racquet/wally ball courts, Tae Kwon Do, family activities, youth programs.
11 to 14 years
Unsupervised use ONLY AFTER completion of Youth Training Group. All 11-14 youth must check in with reception and wear a wrist-band indicating their completion of YTG. May use: swimming pool, basketball/racquetball/wallyball courts, Tae Kwon Do, family
activities, youth programs, Group Fitness classes, cardio equipment, weight equipment (except Free Weight Areas).
Youth Policy for Pool
CHILDREN UNDER 4 YEARS must be accompanied in the water by a parent or guardian.
CHILDREN BETWEEN 4 AND 7 YEARS who are able to walk the width of the junior pool unassisted, may use the junior pool supervised by a parent or guardian PRESENT on the deck.
CHILDREN BETWEEN 8 & 11 YEARS may be dropped off at the pool AFTER a “MINOR DAY-USE WAIVER” form has been filled out. Children under age 11 should not be dropped off unattended at any time other than “Open Swim”