Gov. Ducey issued an Executive Order on June 29 that provided new guidelines for city-operated pools, gyms and events. As a result, Kiwanis Fitness Center is closed until further notice and all exercise classes have been canceled.
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At the Kiwanis Recreation Center, people from all over the community enjoy our state-of-the-art fitness center, as well as a number of sports and fitness programs. From yoga and karate classes to volleyball and basketball leagues, Kiwanis is the destination for fun and fitness.
The Kiwanis Recreation Center invites you to use our fitness center to improve your health and wellness. The fitness facility includes cardiovascular and strength training equipment.
The Center contains more than 16 pieces of cardiovascular and strength equipment. In addition, free weights ranging from 5-50 pounds, exercise mats, stability balls, balance rollers and circuit steps are available.
Join other Tempe athletes and participate in a City of Tempe league. Below are links to the tennis and volleyball leagues offered here at the Kiwanis Recreation Center. If you are interested in other leagues the city offers, please see the youth and adult sports links.
The City of Tempe offers a variety of martial arts programs at a number of our community and recreation centers. These programs are designed to highlight the importance of self-defense, respect and manners, and inspire increased self-confidence and focus. For more information on martial arts programs, visit the Tempe Opportunities online brochure here.
Whether you're interested in therapeutic technique, toning your core or guided meditation, the City of Tempe offers a program for you. The Kiwanis Recreation Center is host to a range of yoga classes that focus on everything from increasing motion and flexibility to managing pain and stress. For more information on yoga programming, or to register for a class, visit the Tempe Opportunities online brochure here.