Northview Fitness Center

Northviews Fitness Center has many treadmills on the second story over looking the first floor.

The Northview Community Fitness and Aquatic Centers are a convenient and affordable fitness facility for community members to enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle.

Registration

Three ways to register for classes or program:
  1. Pay by cash or check (written to NVPS) at the fitness desk for ANY SERVICE.
  2. Online payments accepted for annual and monthly memberships with this link.
  3. Online payments accepted for class packages with this link.
Please email us at northviewfitness@nvps.net if you need assistance.

NEW! Hours

Starting May 1, 2024

For more details and updated times as well as holiday hours please click here.

M|T|Th|F AM: 5:30 AM – 7:00 AM

M|T|Th PM: 5 PM – 9 PM

Wednesday AM: 5:30 AM – 8 AM

Wednesday PM: 5 PM – 9 PM

Friday PM: 5 PM – 8 PM

Saturday: 8 AM – 3 PM

Sunday: 11 AM – 3 PM

The Northview Fitness Center Includes:

A three lane indoor track

A pool for lap swimming

Cardio Equipment

Resistance Training Machines

Strength Training Machines

A variety of fitness classes open to members and non-members.

Gallery

Contact

Manager

JoAnn VanSlooten

jvanslooten@nvps.net

(616) 365-6140

Where to find us:

Fitness Center visitors please use the front BUS LOOP door during Fitness Center hours. This door will be programmed to unlock at opening time and lock 20 minutes before we close.

 

Parking is available in the front high school lot or the administration building lot. On school day mornings when the buses are running we ask that you do not park in the bus loop because all cars must be out of this area before buses arrive at 6:45am.

Classes

Please visit the MindBody App and search Northview Fitness Center to reserve your spot in all classes. This is our most accurate and up-to-date schedule.

Reserve your spot on the App and pay when you arrive for class. If this is your first time to the Center please arrive early to complete paperwork.

Memberships

Membership to our northeast Grand Rapids fitness center includes unlimited use of strength / cardio equipment, indoor track, free lap swim and discounted classes. No required contract or sign up fees!

MembershipAnnual / Monthly / DailyIndoor Track Only
New Memberships$340 / $35 / $8$70/year. $10/month.
Northview Community Discount*$180 / $20 / $5$40/year. $6/month
Senior Citizens (65+)**$240 / $25 / $7$60/year. $8/months.
Northview Senior Citizens$120 / $15 / $4Free for 65+
Northview Students 7-12th Grade**FreeFree

*Northview Community Discount on Membership includes district residents, alumni, or parent of a current Northview Student. Please bring proof of Northview connection.

** Non-Northview students 7th-12th Grade who desire a membership pay the senior citizen pricing above.

Pay for memberships online with this link: https://nvps.revtrak.net/rw-fitness-aquatic-center/

Silver Memberships

We participate in Silver Sneakers and Silver and Fit memberships in partnership with many health insurance companies. Please contact your health insurance provider to see if you qualify through your plan and bring your fitness number in to receive your FREE Silver Membership! If you don’t have these programs available to you, we do offer Senior Citizens 65+ discounts as noted above. Please stop into the Center during our hours of operation with your questions. Please note the phones are not covered during non business hours.

 

Annual and Silver Memberships receive discounted pricing on Classes, Personal Training and Personal Swim Lessons.

Lap Swim

Please see our Aquatic page for details.

Personal Fitness Training

Northview Fitness Center offers personal training options for all ability levels. Our trainers have extensive experience working with not only crossfit and high level athletes, but also individuals with balance and coordination deficits. Please contact northviewfitness@nvps.net or JoAnn VanSlooten at jvanslooten@nvps.net to schedule your initial sessions.

Cost Per Person
1 Session
5 Sessions
10 Sessions
1-On-1 Lessons
$55
$255
$480
Small Group
$45
$210
$400

Individual and small group personal training sessions consist of 45 minutes of instructor time and include use of the facility and equipment during your scheduled time plus 1 hour immediately before and/or immediately following your session. This time can be used for personal stretching and physical warm up/down time. Pricing is a per-person rate.

All trainers are passionate about helping clients reach their personal goals. They will motivate and instruct you to be the best you can be.

Adam Cone

Adam had been a fitness enthusiast his entire life and is the newest member of our team. He is a multi-sport athlete and has experience in everything from yoga to olympic movements. A graduate of Northview High School in 2010, Adam continued his education as a D1 student-athlete at Oakland University where he was part of their swim team for all 4 years. He graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor’s degree in Integrated Studies and a focus in Exercise Science and Wellness & Health Promotion.

Julie Steffen

Julie is a graduate of the National Personal Training Institute in Chicago, IL where she lived and worked in the health/fitness field prior to coming home to Grand Rapids. She is trained and/or certified in several different class techniques and can train any fitness level including Crossfit, but she loves training “newbies” and clients with special areas of strength and coordination needs.

TJ VanSlooten

USSF C Soccer License

Soccer specific training is available from TJ in a small group or individual setting that will concentrate on technical skill development, quickness, and tactical knowledge of the sport. Since 2009, TJ has had extensive experience working with players at all levels of development in numerous camps, and on club and high school teams. His playing experience ranges from being a first team-all state Northview HS athlete, to playing 4 years at the University of Michigan, as well as playing semi-professional soccer at Detroit City FC and GRFC. “The most rewarding part of being a coach is being able to pass on things I’ve learned about soccer, teamwork, and competition. It brings me joy to see the youth of our community problem-solve in creative ways, on and off the field.”