Contact Information:

Parks & Recreation Dept.
12424 42nd Avenue South
Tukwila, WA 98168

Phone: 206 768-2822
Fax: 206 768-0524

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Athletics & Fitness

Fitness Room

The Tukwila Community Center fitness room is open at the following times:

Monday–Thursday 6:30am–9:00pm
Friday 6:30am–8:00pm
Saturday 8:00am–2:00pm
Sunday 9:00am–1:00pm

Saturday 2:00–4:00pm
Sunday 1:00–3:00pm

Tukwila Residents (50+) can use the Fitness Room for FREE from 6:30–12pm on Mon, Wed, and Fri.

Must be 13 or older to be in Fitness Room
Under 16 must be accompanied by adult
Under 18 must complete orientation before using equipment

Hours and rates are subject to change without notice. Closed on all major holidays. Children may not be left unattended. Weekends are exempt from all peak hours.


Classes & Activities

Activity Fees and Passes

Activity Fees

Adult Youth (17 & under)
Senior (50+)
 Fitness Room/Gym/Fitness Classes  $5 / visit  $3 / visit
 Racquetball Drop-in  $5 / hour  $4 / hour
 Racquetball Reservation  $7 / hour  $5 / hour
 Shower (FREE with picture ID)



Adult Youth (17 & under)
Senior (50+)
10-visit Fitness
Non-Resident $45
Resident $40
Non-Resident $27
Resident $24
1-Month Pass* Non-Resident $36
Resident $29
Non-Resident $24
Resident $19
3-Month Pass* Non-Resident $99
Resident $78
Non-Resident $66
Resident $51
6-Month Pass* Non-Resident $185
Resident $148
Non-Resident $121
Resident $97

*The above passes include use of the Fitness Room, most fitness
classes and open gym activities during scheduled sessions.

Punchcards valid for one year from date of purchase. Unused visits or time will not be refunded, transferred, or credited. Passes are non-refundable and non-transferable. The City of Tukwila reserves the right to cancel, suspend, or terminate a pass or punchcard at any time. Proof of residency in Tukwila is required for the Resident rate.

Personal Training

Personal training available at TCC
What are your fitness goals?

Whether you want to achieve weight loss, muscular toning, cardiovascular endurance, or overall improvement of health and wellness, TCC’s personal trainers will design a detailed program and motivate you to achieve YOUR individual fitness goals.

Purchase a Six Pack and get a 1 month Fitness Pass for FREE

60-minute sessions
Single: $35
Triple Play: $90
Six Pack: $175

EMAIL: to work with a personal trainer and get fit the way YOU want.

Athletics Classes


Adult Volleyball League

Adult COED Volleyball leagues are offered three (3) times throughout the year. All games are played at TCC on Tuesday nights starting at 6pm. Teams play two matches of three games per night. Level of play is Recreational (non-spiking & non-blocking). The league is self-officiated (call your own) and teams must have three women on the court at all times. Teams play 20 league matches—no playoffs. Teams must have 50% or more residents on the roster to qualify for the resident discount.



Adult 40+ Open Gym Basketball


Thursday – 1:00 – 3:00pm
Drop in fees required (included in fitness pass membership)
*Cancellations may occur without prior notice

Fitness Membership Classes

With a fitness membership you can drop into any of the classes described below.

FITNESS CLASS SCHEDULE AS OF 4/17/17 – PR Current Class schedule


Boot Camp:  This class will put you to the test with a circuit of drills including running, jumping jacks, push-ups, squats, and crunches. Great for people with busy schedules who need to pack a hard workout into a quick hour.

Jazzercise:  We bring the moves you turn up the heat! You want that look good, feel great, got-my-stride-on-and-you-love-it confidence? That’s where we come in. It’s a calorie-torching, hip swiveling, Shakira’d-be-proud party with a hot playlist to distract you from the burn (up to 800 calories-per-hour). We’ll leave you breathless, toned and coming back for more.

Rizzmic®: A 60 minute cardio roller coaster through American dance! We begin with a five minute, warm up sequence, then we delve into the melting pot. We’ll go from a 1950’s jitterbug to a heavy hitting hip hop routine, then a high energy country swing, followed by a dramatic Broadway number. You can expect things like disco, hula, Charleston, rock & roll, modern jazz, 60’s go-go, pop and hip hop from the 80’s through the most popular artists of today. We will always end class with a low intensity cool down routine and lyrical stretch. Rizzmic® is a high intensity dance fitness experience that seamlessly blends exercise with truly stylized dance!

Strength 45 by Jazzercise: Fire up your muscles for 45 minutes with Strength 45 or go for a full hour of max burn with our Strength 60 class. These muscle sculpting workout will transform you! A hardcore mix of standing and floor work target the major muscle groups to melt fat and carve your curves. Stability balls, weights, tubes and natural resistance engage your muscles while eat-pumping playlists distract you from the burn. You are gonna love the results. Burn up to 800 calories and chisel your core, arms, shoulders, back, legs, glutes and everything in between. These muscle sculpting strength work outs are a fab way to cross-train your body so you can get the most out of every class!

Tabata:  Burn more calories in less time! This is a workout that is short, efficient and can fit in almost any fitness program at varying fitness levels/ability. Basic TCC Tabata outline: six exercises, 20 seconds at your personal best, 10 seconds rest in between each exercise. Total of eight sessions/rounds.

Tai Chi: This class will introduces the basic movements of Tai Chi with a focus on the fundamentals of the practice and an emphasis on relaxation. By the end of the course, students will have learned a beginning Tai Chi pattern excerpted from the Standard 24 Form. If there is time there may be instruction in the entire 24 posture pattern form.  This course is geared toward students who are new to Tai Chi, but all students, regardless of experience, are welcome.

Yoga:  Hatha yoga is the most traditional form of yoga that has been refined over many thousands of year.  It is about creating balance between opposites: strength and flexibility, effort and surrender movement and stillness.  Therefore a series of strengthening, stretching balancing and yin postures are taught in this class to reflect this purpose.  Alignment and breath work are emphasized to keep things safe and dynamic.  Each class is unique and tailored to who attends.