OUTDOOR AND VIRTUAL CLASSES
Go to our Virtual Class Schedule to sign up for one of our Virtual classes.
See Virtual Classes email for info
HBC Covid19 Reopening Update
Update: June 19, 2021
We are very excited to announce as part of the club’s safe approach reopening plan, effective Monday, June 21st reservations will no longer be required for the Indoor/Outdoor Fitness and Cardio areas.
For now, the reservation system will remain for all other amenities until further notice. This will help ensure our members safety and allow us to adapt and modify our operations as we move through the summer to best meet the needs of the membership.
The Club's spa is the only place in Alameda where I can get my nails done, or any spa treatment, without having to arrange care for my kids. As a busy mom, that's HUGE for me!
I love the balance of exercise and socializing that the Club offers. After a workout or spin cycle class, it's great to relax with friends and a glass of wine at the Clubhouse Bar & Grill.
At my age my joints can't handle the stress of high impact exercise but the Club offers a wonderful range of non-impact options which keep me fit and feeling great.
I've tried a lot of gyms and they're always cramped and dirty. I love how spacious and clean the Harbor Bay Club is and how friendly the members and staff are.
I have a challenging work schedule and travel a lot. With the Club's Spinners tennis program, I never have to call anybody to arrange a time to play tennis. It's perfect for me.
I love how comfortable and unintimidating the Club is. I don't feel like I have to have a supermodel's body to feel good about being here.
Working out at the Club has been essential to managing my diabetes and stress. The Harbor Bay Club has saved my life.
"The Spa at Harbor Bay's Laurie Higginbotham is extremely knowledgeable on migraines and remedies and thanks to her help, I have been able to recognize which type I am experiencing and a quick solution to relieve the pain. She is absolutely fabulous and I have recommended friends as well as strangers to Laurie. As a sufferer of chronic migraines, thanking Laurie a million times over still wouldn't be enough"