We are excited to announce CBRC Health & Wellness Clinic will be opening on Tuesday, November 24th at 5:00a.m.!

CBRC Health and Wellness Clinic is an alternative medicine and healthcare clinic focused on an individual goal-centered approach for improved health and wellness.

Why we made the change
We strongly believe that exercise is medicine and can have a great impact on physical and emotional well-being. Balanced nutrition and functional movement helps with stress reduction and disease prevention. We are ready to help you design your personal program for a healthier and fulfilling life.  

CBRC Health and Wellness Clinic is where you can achieve a healthier lifestyle. We strive to build long-term relationships with you. Our highly trained staff, excellent facility and essential services are ready and welcome you back to a clean and safe environment.

In good health,

CBRC Health & Wellness Clinic Team
Your Next Step
All of those that were active with Columbia Basin Racquet Club will be active with CBRC Health & Wellness Clinic. Those that were on a complementary freeze will remain on freeze.

Prior to your first visit at CBRC Health & Wellness Clinic you will need to either provide an exercise prescription from your physician or complete our intake form. Completing the intake form does not automatically enroll you into a wellness plan.
We are taking a multi-pronged approach to sanitize the surfaces we touch and maintain safe physical distancing at all times.

  • Continue to use commercial-grade disinfectants and sanitizers
  • Spray bottles and microfiber towels provided to every member upon entry
  • More hand sanitizer stations throughout the facility
  • Continue nightly deep cleaning
  • Reme Halo Air purification systems used to eliminate contaminants and pathogens in the air and on surfaces
  • Clorox Total 360 system which uses electrostatic disinfection; a way of quickly and evenly coating a surface with a disinfecting solution.
  • NanoSeptic self cleaning wraps on door handles
To prevent the spread of Covid-19, CBRC Health & Wellness Clinic requires that all staff and members wear face masks or face shields in the facility at all times, including while exercising. The mask must fit securely over the nose and under the chin.
  • Acceptable masks include single-use surgical mask, double-ply cloth masks, and N-95s.
  • Members who are uncomfortable with a mask or cannot wear one may return to the Clinic when they are able to do so.
  • A non-compliant member will be asked to leave the Clinic.
For more information about the importance of mask wearing to stop Covid-19 spread, please read this article from the CDC.

Temperature Checks
Temperature checks for all staff and members will be required upon entry to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Physical distancing requires keeping a minimum of 6ft distance from others.  
  • Floor markers at the entrance to maintain physical distancing while checking-in
  • We ask group exercise class participants to arrive at the studio as close to class time as possible to avoid over crowding outside the studio
  • Group exercise class spaces are marked
  • Weight room and cardio floors arranged to allow for more space between equipment
  • Equipment unavailable to allow physical distancing will be marked with a sign
  • Signs will be placed throughout to remind everyone of the 6ft physical distancing requirements
Limited Capacity & Reservations
Capacity of CBRC Health & Wellness Clinic is limited to 25% or less
  • To maintain physical distancing requirements in our group exercise classes and pools, all classes and swim lanes require advance sign-up.
  • All classes and swim lanes will require advance sign-up; members can sign-up 7 days in advance. Swim lanes run 7 days in advance of the start time and classes run 7 days in advance based on calendar date(ie 12:01am).
What is health and wellness?
Health is a state of being, whereas wellness is the state of living a healthy lifestyle. Health refers to physical, mental, and social well-being; wellness aims to enhance well-being.
There are five main aspects of personal health: physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and intellectual.

The CDC and WHO recommend the following:
Adults aged 18–64 should do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week or do at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity activity.