Can I put my membership on hold for a medical reason?
Yes. We can freeze your membership for a medical reason.
Requests for freezing a membership will be honored for medical reasons only. Requests must be in writing and are to include a physician’s note and membership card.
Monthly dues will not be charged during a medical freeze. Freezes must be requested at the time of medical attention. Freezes can be retroactive for a maximum of two months.
Upon completion of a freeze for medical reasons, the member must present a written doctor’s permission to return. However, failure to provide a physician’s release to exercise does not remove the obligation to pay membership dues.
A freeze will be granted for a minimum of two months up to a maximum of 12 months. Billing will resume after one year or upon return from a medical freeze.
All membership privileges are suspended during a freeze.