Congratulations to Michele Wong who is now promoted to Chief Operating Officer of Active Wellness, LLC. Michele has been with Active since inception and she’s exceeded in all categories of performance and contribution. Michele has delivered exceptionally on operations and she’s been instrumental in client relationships, new site acquisition, and infrastructure improvement.
We’re proud to announce the renovation and refresh of Active Sports Clubs Oakland City Center in Oakland, CA. Before work began, several planning and budgeting meetings took place to narrow the scope and deliver a product that differentiates this club in its market. Team Active had all hands on deck in late December to do a deep club scrub, remove old equipment and flooring, paint and bring in new equipment as well as deliver some new, fun branding elements including an updated Lobby experience with digital display media walls.
Featured: Post Montgomery Center, SF
We’re pleased to announce the opening of Santa Clara Square Phase 2, a multi-tenant fitness center amenity project with the Irvine Company along with recent Fitness Design projects for Medallia and Post Montgomery Center in San Francisco, CA and Rossmoor in Walnut Creek, CA.
Updated March 2018
Stress relief and recovery therapies are in high demand, and HydroMassage has been well received by Active’s partners.
Grab a kettlebell and take your squats "down" to the next level while improving your strength and stability.
Feeling stressed? Stretch it out with these two deep breathing stretches to improve your day in less than two minutes. Follow along with us.
Article By: Deb Heisler, Director of Operations, East Coast
As we approach the long weekend and are experiencing extreme warm weather, many are opting for more pool time. And there are parts of the country where we are in the water at all times, like here in Florida, or you may have an indoor pool at your facility. Below are a few resources to help you keep your cool if you ever experience a water emergency. Living in Florida, on the water with a pool and two small kids, I'm a bit obsessed with water safety. I also lifeguarded for Disney in the past and saved far too many people. I'm passionate about water safety and reminders and wanted to share some resources with you.
A healthy and productive workforce is something every organization strives for. Traditionally, the way to achieve this goal is to provide wellness programs for employees that focus on outcomes, biometrics, assessments, and other aspects which emphasize only the physical health of the employee. Of course, a healthy body will positively impact your employees in numerous ways, and may even prompt the increase in productivity you are looking for, but is it enough to sustain and retain your employees? Will taking a health assessment year after year result in healthier employees?