The Dublin Community Recreation Center is excited to offer a Virtual Fitness Pass. We understand that some patrons remain unable to participate in classes on-site and prefer our virtual options. This pass will allow monthly access to an unlimited amount of virtual classes taught by your favorite DCRC instructors.
New in February, you will also have the option to purchase a Land/Spin/Virtual Fitness Pass, which will give you monthly access to all land classes, Spinning classes, and virtual classes. Access to classes begins on the first day of the month and ends on the last day.
You will need to have an account set up in order to purchase the pass. If you are a DCRC patron, have previously purchased group fitness passes, or have registered for activities before, then you already have an account. If you have trouble accessing your account, please call 614.410.4550 or email us at email@example.com. Our team is ready to help walk you through the sign-up process should you need assistance.
Virtual Fitness Passes can be purchased online for $30/month for members or $35/month for non-members. Land/Spin/Virtual Passes can be purchased for $50/month for members or $60/month for non-members. All passes are non-refundable and are separate from our Land and Spinning group fitness passes. To view the Virtual Class schedule, please visit www.dublinohiousa.gov/recreation-services/group-fitness-calendar/. Each virtual class is limited to the first 99 participants.
Virtual Fitness Pass FAQs
What if I can’t attend a class after I purchase the pass?
The Virtual Fitness Pass and Land/Spin/Virtual Pass are non-refundable. Please take into consideration the number of classes and class times offered when purchasing the pass.
Can I use my Virtual Fitness Pass to access the in-person classes?
No. The Virtual Fitness Pass is separate from your Land or Spinning group fitness pass. If you would like access to both virtual and in-person classes, then you may be interested in purchasing the Land/Spin/Virtual Pass, which gives you access to virtual classes and in-person classes held at the DCRC.
Are the virtual classes safe?
Our instructors strive to provide a challenging, yet safe, class format that can be modified based on different ability levels. By participating in any DCRC virtual fitness class it is the participant’s responsibility to consult a physician prior to, and regarding, participation in any type of exercise program.
Are virtual classes secure?
We strive to protect the privacy of our participants during classes. All classes will be muted by the instructor to limit background noise so only the instructor can be heard. Participants are not required to identify themselves in the class and are encouraged to disable their cameras/video so they cannot be seen by other people.