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Aquatics Events


Swim School Winter Session 2

March 2nd- April 25th

Member: $88/ Non-Member: $110

Sign up for an 8 week session of children’s group swim lessons starting the week of Monday, January 6th. Classes are available for Parent/Child (ages 6 months to 3 years), Preschool (ages 3-5), Youth (ages 6-13) and Competitive. Private lessons are also available for adults and children.

Purchase Private Lessons Now! (Members Only) Register for Group Lessons Here!

For info about Aquatics Programs:
Mary Skiffington, Aquatics Supervisor
724.250.5242 or mskiffington@whs.org



Fitness Events

Heart Health Bingo

Feb 1-29th

FREE for Members

Join us for the entire month of February to complete our Heart Health Bingo Card. Each space will align to the specific guidelines set by the ACSM. While you are completing the spaces, learn about how each space has an impact on overall heart health. When you complete 5 consectutive spaces either diagonal, horizontal or vertical between February 1st – 29th you will be able to recieve a $10 gift card to the Wellness Center. To designate completion, the squares must be initialed by a staff member after completion. Bingo cards must be turned into the fitness desk by March 5th. Limited to one card per person.

Marathon Training Series

Tuesday, March 10th

8:00-9:00 AM

Member: Drop -In: $25/ Non-Member: Drop-In: $30


Interested in signing up for a marathon but don’t know where to start? This Marathon Training Series is the program for you! Join Kenny Rosenbauer, Personal Trainer, for a four month training series on how to prepare for a Marathon. Classes will meet once a month for the next four months with the goal of completing a marathon in May. Each class will incorporate one of the four pillars.  The class schedule will include: obtaining the mindset to sign up for a marathon, Training, strength and nutrition, and recovery. During the class, the first 30 minutes will be dedicated to education and the last 30 minute will be dedicated to a workout. Classes will be held on the second Tuesday of each month. The classes are scheduled for February 11th, March 10th, April 14th and May 12th.


Biggest Winner Wrap Up Ceremony

Wednesday, March 11th 6:30-7:30 PM

FREE and open to everyone who participated as well as anyone who wants to learn more.

This event will include the announcement of winners and the presentation of prizes.

Please RSVP at the front desk.

Cameron Center Triathlon

March 1-30th

FREE For Members

Interested in performing a Triathlon? During the entire month of March, join our staff and fellow members for the Cameron Center Triathlon.

Instead of completing a full triathlon in one day, you will have the opportunity to complete it over the course of one month. Participants must complete a full triathlon to be eligible for prizes, but completing a full triathlon is not required to participate. The full triathlon will consist of a 26.2 mile run, 112 mile bike, and 2.4 mile swim. The half triathlon will consist of a 13.1 mile run, 56 mile bike and a 1.2 mile swim. All participants will receive a Cameron Center Triathlon t-shirt.

Prizes Include:

+1st place: May Membership dues paid

+2nd place: 50 minute massage at Spa Harmony

+3rd place: 30 minute personal training session

Register at the front desk.

For info about Fitness Programs, Contact:
Valerie Viscardi, Fitness Supervisor
724-250-5249 or email vviscardi@whs.org

Pickleball for All

Tuesdays from 5:30 – 7:30 PM

Saturdays from 12:30 – 2:30PM

Member: $5 / Non-Member: $10

Now offering Pickleball for all ages under 50! Come join in at the Wilfred R. Cameron Wellness Center! Members and Non-Members can now sign up with the Front Desk to play Tuesdays from 5:30 – 7:30 pm and Saturdays from 12:30 – 2:30pm. Participants should not exceed 18 people per day.

For Information about Leagues, Contact:
Sam Bellhy, Youth Activities Supervisor



Mind Body and Group Exercise Events


Crystal Bowl Sound Bath

Thursday, March 26th

7:20-8:00 PM

Member: $15 / Non-Member: $20


Ahhhhhhhh… Come relax and unwind to the beautiful and harmonious and powerful vibrations of a crystal bowl sound bath.

Sound healer and chakra educator Brooke Smokelin takes us on a musical medicine journey into a realm of pure vibration. We begin with an experience of the breath as first mantra and flow into a beautiful meditation and guided visualization. From there we dissolve into the pure tones and overtones of quartz crystal singing bowls and crystallize again with the sacred heart-beat rhythm of the Spirit Drum.  All this pure and powerful musical medicine creates a magnificent matrix of vibration, activating each of the chakra energy centers with sound, and allowing the individual and collective energy field to re-organize into a powerful place of clarity and harmony. Every cell of you and the water within you will vibrate and come into peaceful resonance.

Brooke Smokelin is an experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT), IKYTA certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Yoga Therapist, Sound Healer, and Musician.  For over 18 years she has studied with teachers in the Kundalini, Sivananda, Ashtanga, and Kriya Yoga traditions, as well as the American Sanskrit Institute.   For years Brooke has developed and refined her Chakra Yoga as a creative and experiential medium to inform and ignite others with a knowledge of and techniques to embody their “full-spectrum” selves. Brooke has worked with doctors and leaders in the Integrative Mental Health field to develop “The Embodiment Program”, a mind-body protocol specifically for anxiety, Pervasive Developmental Disorder Spectrum, ADHD, and PTSD. Brooke offers classes and workshops, retreats, teacher and practitioner training programs (Yoga CEUs available) in yoga and chakra education, yoga therapy techniques, energy activation and chakra balancing, as well as various vibrational healing/sound therapy modalities.

Ignite the Light 8-Week Chakra Series

Thursday, March 26th

6:00-7:15 PM

Members: $80, Drop- In: $15/ Non-Member: $100, Drop- In: $20


What is a chakra? Where are they located? What do they do? Why are they important? Join us for an exciting and informative series as we explore each of the 7 chakra energy centers/ spinal zones and learn specific yoga techniques to energize each one.


Each week chakra educator Brooke Smokelinwe will focus on a different chakra, explore the physical, emotional, and energetic qualities of that chakra, and learn yoga practices to support that chakra.  Over 8 weeks we will “journey up the spine” together, from Root Chakra to Crown Chakra, leaving each chakra activated, vitalized, and harmonized, the glands and organs nourished, and the skeletal system aligned.  By the end you will feel fully embodied and absolutely radiant, and will leave with an abundance of yoga tools to integrate into your home practice.


Are you ready to IGNITE THE LIGHT within you?


Join us! This 8 week chakra series is for ALL LEVELS of yoga practitioners wishing to expand their knowledge and experience of their chakras and add new techniques to their yoga practice, as well as therapists, massage therapists, energy workers and healers that want to better understand and experience the chakras.

Tai Chi

Friday’s, March 27th-May 1st

11:20-12:20 PM

Members: $60/ Drop-In: $15

Non-Member: $75/ Drop- In: $20


Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese exercise system that uses slow, smooth, body movements to achieve a state of relaxation of both body and mind.

Tai Chi is a gentle, healing form to use as a tool to help in recovery from conditions including stroke, heart disease, injury, surgical procedures or tiredness and stress.  Tai Chi for Rehabilitation will improve generalized health and vitality.

The movements are coordinated with deep breathing which promote concentration and focus which helps people be “in the moment” while practicing Tai Chi.  Many have reported a feeling of relaxation and calm as a result of practicing Tai Chi.

PWR! Parkinson Wellness Recovery

Thursday’s 10:30-11:30 AM

FREE for Members

Non- Member: 5 classes for $50 or 10 Classes for $90/Drop In: $25

PWR! Moves Group Exercise Class

This Parkinson- specific exercise class will teach participants how to move bigger and faster in everyday life and counteract PD symptoms. As participants learn these PD-specific skills, they will be challenged physically and cognitively to do more than they think they can in a fun, supportive environment.

Recent advances in basic and clinical science research suggest that exercise and learning approaches that promote aerobics and skill acquisition may protect vulnerable neurons, repair damaged circuits and optimize function in people with Parkinson disease (PD).

Sign up at the front desk for the class up to 60 minutes prior to class start time to reserve your spot. Space is limited.

For information about Group Exercise Programs, Contact:
Marissa Watson, Wellness and Group Exercise Manager


KidZone Events

Kid’s Circuit Training

January 7- March 24th

Tuesdays: 5:00-6:00 PM

Member: Drop In- $10

Non-Member: Drop In- $15

This class is a high energy combination of cardio, low resistance weight training, games and sports. Classes will be held indoors in the gym.

Kid’s Night Out: March’s St. Patty’s Day Celebration

Saturday, March 14th

5:30-7:30 PM

Early Bird Through March 2nd:

Member: $10/ Non- Member: $20

After March 2nd:

Member: $15 / Non- Member: $25


Come join us for a night of safe and fun exercises, activities, and healthy snacks! Activities include St. Patty’s Day activities, snacks, games, sports and more! This program is suitable for ages 3-13 years old. Pre-registration is required and space is limited. To ensure all may enjoy this popular program, 24 hours’ notice is required for cancellation. Registration closes the Friday before the event. Drop-off: 5:30-5:45, Pick-up: 8:15-8:30.


For information about KidZone Programs, Contact:
Samantha Bellhy, Youth Activities Supervisor



Nutrition Events



20% off Supplement of the Month of February: Lecithin

Lecithin, derived from sunflower seeds, provides phospholipids to support neurological and cardiovascular health. Phospholipids are the major component in the membranes of the brain. The membranes are the working surfaces of every cell, which carry out essential functions of the cells. Maintaining a healthy membrane function allows cells to continue to work at the utmost level for cognitive function. Lecithin can also play a key role in the metabolism of fatty acids and cholesterol for cardiovascular support. Lecithin is recommended to be consumed daily to help support neurological and cardiovascular health.

For Information about Nutrition Services, Contact:
Marissa Watson, Wellness and Group Exercise Manager


Spa Harmony Events

Wind Down Wednesdays: 15% off any Reflexology service booked on a Wednesday for the month of February. 

Ladies Night Out

Thursday, February 27th

6:00-9:00 PM

Members and Non-Members: $35

Join us for an exclusive night of complimentary services including: Chair Massage | Mini Facials | Polish Changes | Paraffin Dips | Hors d’oeuvre | Live Music

Learn more about select products and enjoy specials pricing on Retail and Packages.


Limited space available

 NEW! Members can book massage, manicures, pedicures and waxing online HERE. Non Members must create a guest profile HEREprior to booking. Appointments must be scheduled a minimum of 24 hours in advance.

For Information about Spa Harmony, Contact:
Tanya Prescott, Spa Manager 724.250.5238 or tprescott@whs.org


Fitness Spa Washington

Enjoy the ultimate in relaxation and holistic healing. Spa Harmony offers massages, body work, skin care, and nail treatments. Book your stay today.



Our classes and camps are designed to get your kids moving! From swimming to sports and fitness, there’s plenty for kids of all ages to enjoy.