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Top 10 ways to get involved at Paseo Club

July 31st, 2022 | 11 min. read

Top 10 ways to get involved at Paseo Club

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Top 10 ways to get involved at Paseo Club

 

Whether you are a new member of the Paseo Club or a member with many years under your belt, you may not know how many different ways there are to get involved at the club.

 

Paseo Club is not just a gym or fitness club. Paseo is a social club with vast options and resources for you.

 

In this article, you will learn about all the different classes, social events, and select resources Paseo offers. By the time you are done reading it, you will know all the ways you can participate at Paseo and connect with your fellow members.

 

Top ways to get involved at Paseo Club

The list below is based on all the ways you can be a part of Paseo. They are not listed in any particular order. 

 

1. Fitness classes


Many of you know that Paseo offers a diverse collection of fitness classes. But did you know that each week there are over 60 different classes to choose from? 

 

You can select strength training, cardio, running, cycling, yoga, mat and/or reformer Pilates classes. The best way to learn about the current class schedule is to look at the fitness calendar. You can also reserve your spot there. 

 

Many classes have close to 20 members in them.  But there are small-group class options if you are looking for a more personalized experience.

 

2. Private training


Whether you want to lose weight, get stronger, or have greater endurance and stamina for your favorite sport, Paseo can help you achieve your goal. Private trainers offer one-on-one coaching for teens as young as 14, adults, and seniors. 

 

Personal trainers offer customized programming to meet you at the fitness level you are at with a clear plan of action to get you to the fitness level you want to reach. 

 

Personal trainers are an extra expense but it is one of the most effective ways to get in shape quickly. The cost for a personal trainer is $75-100 per hour, depending on the trainer. 

 

You can hire a personal trainer for pilates, yoga, water aerobics, strength training, or triathlon training.

 

3. Junior-Olympic pool


The pool is one of the most popular places at Paseo Club. It is kept at a comfortable 82 degrees year-round. You can select from a wide range of activities there.

 

  • Liquid Cardio (water aerobics class)
  • Swim lessons (hosted by Dorado Swim Academy)
  • Masters Swim
  • Paseo Aquatics (swim team)
  • Open swim 

 

4. Court activities


There are 12 tennis courts and 11 pickleball courts for you to play on. Members often reserve a court and come to play with friends. But there are other options as well.

 

  • Drill classes: Improve your tennis or pickleball skills by attending a class (or classes) with one of our highly qualified trainers. 
  • Private training: If you have certain technical skills you want to practice, then a private tennis or pickleball lesson will give you focused attention to help you to get the results you are looking for.
  • Leagues: Over 200 members participate in tennis and pickleball leagues. 
  • Youth training: Kids as young as three can begin tennis lessons at Paseo. The youth tennis program is available for kids up to the age of 18.
  • Youth Camps: During the summer, you can sign your child up for tennis camp. Kids practice drills, play tennis, and swim for fun-filled days. 

 

5. Social events


Paseo offers both weekly and seasonal social events throughout the year. These social events are ways that members get to know each other, spend time with friends, and gather as a family. 

 

You can go for a swim, get a massage, and then come to Friday Night Festivities. Or hit your favorite cardio class then relax with a glass of your favorite pinot noir at Wine Down Wednesday.

 

Weekly events include:

 

  • Wine Down Wednesday
  • Friday Night Festivities
  • Dive-In Movie Night
  • Date Night

 

Seasonal gatherings change throughout the year. Two events to look forward to attending are:

 

  • Paseo Luau
  • Paseo Halloween Party

 

6. Kids Club


Many of you are busy parents that are juggling work, home, and kids. This is why there is Kids Club available to babies as young as three months through twelve-year-old kids

 

Kids Club is divided into two groups. 

 

  • Kids corner is for babies through four-year-old children. In the Kids Corner area, there are special age-appropriate toys for young children including soft stuffies, toys for imaginative play, books, and art supplies.
  • Kids club is for potty-trained four-year-olds and children up to the age of twelve. Kids Club has toys, games, puzzles, and arts and crafts materials for older children.

 

All of the children enjoy the outdoor area with play structures for kids of all ages. 

 

You can pay $12 per hour or buy a monthly pass to Kids Club for only $50 per month. 

 

You do need to sign up in advance to reserve your child’s spot.

 

Kids Club is open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 1 pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm. On the weekend it is open from 8 am to 1 pm.

 

7. Spa services


After a long day (week, month, etc.) it is so important to find ways to take care of yourself. That is why you can get a massage or esthetic treatments at Paseo.

 

Massage has been shown to reduce stress, increase relaxation, and reduce muscle soreness.

 

There are two massage therapists to select from, Tarra Clements and Haruko Hayashi. Both therapists have many years of experience and offer multiple massage modalities. 

 

  • 30-minute to 2-hour massages
  • Swedish massage
  • CBD massage
  • Hot stone massage
  • Massage with aromatherapy
  • Reflexology
  • Deep tissue massage



The esthetician, Angie George, offers a plethora of body care options.

 

  • Facials 
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Dermaplaning
  • Peels
  • LED light therapy
  • Eyebrow and eyelash tints
  • Waxing

 

Sessions for all practitioners are by appointment only and are available to members and non-members.

8. Tournaments/Competitions


Paseo hosts members-only round robins and mixers throughout the year. There are the Valentine's Day Round Robin, 4th of July event, Ugly Sweater Mixer, Halloween Mixer, and USTA juniors events. 

 

Non-sanctioned pickleball tournaments are held including the Paseo Open. There are sanctioned events as well including the Paseo Classic and charity events, such as Dink for a Cause.

 

9. Charity events


Paseo Club teams up with charities in the Santa Clarita Valley to support them with their fundraisers. Four charity events are coming up in the fall of 2022.

 

  1. Michael Hoefflin Foundation for Children’s Cancer assists local families in Santa Clarita whose children have cancer through family events, counseling, financial assistance, and emergency support. The partner round robin pickleball fundraiser will happen on October 1 and 2. 
  2. Loving Beyond Reason is a non-profit that has the mission to “help families find mental health solutions for their adult children who are affected with brain differences.” This event will be held on October 23.
  3. Singles Mothers Outreach is an organization that “scaffolds families facing sudden housing instability, income loss, emotional trauma, and social deterioration as the result of divorce, abandonment, or widowhood.” This fundraiser will be on November 13.
  4. Light of Hope supports youth, young adults, and families who are in the process of recovering from addiction or self-destructive behaviors. Look for this charity event on November 24.



10. The Café


Members of the club can take advantage of the café at Paseo and save themselves the trouble of going home to cook. The café offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and dessert. 

 

  • Breakfast: breakfast burritos, breakfast sandwiches, avocado toast
  • Lunch and Dinner: cheeseburgers, quinoa bowls, salads, wraps
  • Snacks: smoothies and other snack foods and drinks
  • Dessert: sundaes and slushies

 

Hours of operation are Monday and Tuesday 8 am-1 pm/4 pm-9 pm, Wednesday-Friday 8 am-9 pm, and Saturday and Sunday 8 am-6 pm.

Next steps to get involved at Paseo Club

Now that you have read this article, you have the information about how to get involved at the Paseo Club in one organized place. 

 

The Paseo Club has been in existence for nineteen years. It started as a tennis club but has expanded to include fitness classes, a pool, community and member events, a café, and a spa. 

 

We encourage you to try something new at the club and see if you like it. It can be a way to make new friends, take advantage of some of the support services, or try out a different way to exercise. 

 

Learn about the benefits of the water aerobic class, Liquid Cardio, or why exercising outdoors is so good for you

 

If you are less interested in fitness and more focused on the social aspects of being a Paseo member, check out what is happening on Wine Down Wednesdays.


Have you thought about becoming a member but have never seen the facility in real life? Now is the time to discover the Paseo Club in person. Schedule your tour today!