We’re excited to have people of all ages in our community! It’s never too early to forge a great relationship with your body and movement, and having a supportive environment and expert instruction can enable that! We have services for younger kids and an easy on-ramp for developing athletes into our adult offerings.
First, make sure that you’ve created an account through Pike13 AND you and your parents have signed our waiver! For a guide for parents on how to create an account for younger kids, check out our guide to Making an Account for your Child.
Drop into one of our classes one at a time. Youth 15-17 can participate in classes. Remember that your first week at the gym is FREE!
Check out our schedule for current offerings and to sign up.
We have one membership, offered with flexible pricing so you can set the right price according to your use of services and available resources. For more details, check out our terms and conditions. Youth membership features include:
Work out under the guidance of our coaches in group classes and access member content. See our weekly schedule for hours & class times! Only valid for youth ages 15-17.
You can use the chart below (developed from Both / & and Embracing Equity‘s Sliding Scales) to help decide what the right price is for you. Everyone’s financial situation is informed by the interactions between income, wealth, debt, and varying costs of basic living expenses. Consider where you fall in each of the categories presented to determine your overall financial position.
This chart is offered solely as a guide to help you decide the rate that’s best for you. It’s impossible to capture everything, which means you may have specific circumstances that aren’t reflected here.
The memberships listed below are before sales tax is added, which is currently 10.25%. If you cannot afford the “Assisted” rate, please fill out this form to set your own rate and we will set a price together.
|Assisted||Value of Service||Abundance|
|Income||– Unemployment or underemployment compared to cost of living|
– Employed marginally or in a criminalized sector (not by choice)
|Stably employed at around the median income, with ability to cover unpredicted expenses||Stably employed above the median income, consistently have disposable income|
|Family of Origin Assets / Wealth||– Family has no/few assets or debt is more than assets|
– No access to family
– Family relies on me for help with basic living expenses
|Family has assets, like a house they are paying off||– Family has many assets, like investments or paid-off house|
– I have or will inherit a wealth (eg house or money)
– Someone else paid/pays my housing or down payment
|Debt:Income Ratio||My debt is from basic living expenses and/or is more than my yearly income||My debt, including student loans or car loans, is about the same amount as my yearly income||No debt or less debt than yearly income|
|Membership Rate (Click to Purchase)||$95/month||$125/month||$155/month|