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CBMW Memberships

We offer several membership types, some including one-on-one support as well as independent single and family memberships. Memberships are non-contractual and you may close your membership at any time. If needed, you may also place your membership on hold for up to three months for any reason without penalty. Holds are extended for documented medical reasons with doctor’s note. Additionally, annual membership fees paid in full and family memberships will be discounted, given one month free annually! 

Most major insurance carriers also offer an insurance reimbursement for your gym membership with us. Annual stipends vary by insurance company, but they're usually in the range of $150–200 per year and we can help you claim your fitness center reimbursement as part of your membership.

We encourage prospective members to call, visit, talk with our team and try the CBMW free for seven days. Sign up to enjoy one-week access to our facility, free of charge! To view the full details of a CBMW membership including facility hours, policies and procedures and other relevant membership information, view our full membership guide

Membership Prices and Descriptions

Independent Membership

Single: $60/month
Family (two family members living in the same household): $110/month 
Additional family members in household: +$50 for each additional person added to family membership

  • Members may use wellness facility and equipment during open hours of operation.
  • Members are entitled to four free reassessments per year with a certified personal trainer.
  • To qualify as an independent member, one must demonstrate the following:
    • Ability to use all equipment safely, efficiently and independently as shown by one of our personal trainers or therapists.
    • Ability to follow through his or her program as prescribed by one of our personal trainers or physical therapists.
    • Ability to maneuver around other gym members and equipment without hesitation or assistance.
    • Completion of an Independent Membership directional assessment that will screen the above abilities (and a few others), ensuring safety and success for all participants.


Small Group Class Assisted Membership

$89/month

  • Members may exercise in groups of three to four under the direction of one of our student trainers.
  • Group members perform exercises designed to achieve and maintain general strength, endurance, balance and flexibility.
  • Sessions are 45 minutes long, twice a week at specified times, and may not be made up or rescheduled if cancelled on the day of the appointment.
  • A goal of this membership type is for participants to move to an Independent Membership ($60/month) within 4–10 weeks of transition from therapy to wellness (if they so desire) as a result of progress through their group exercise program. This transition is based on conversations with the wellness director or fitness manager, as well as the therapy team.
  • Completion of a Small Group Class Assisted Membership directional assessment that will assist the therapy and wellness team in safely placing you into the best membership category for your ongoing wellness success will take place prior to entering this program.

This membership option does not allow the member to use the facility or equipment independently at any time.


 
Two-on-One Semi-Private Membership

$100/month

  • Members may exercise with one other person, under the direction of one of our student trainers.
  • The student trainer will facilitate members’ performance of existing exercises designed to achieve and maintain general strength, endurance, balance and flexibility.
  • All sessions are 45 minutes long, twice a week at specified times, and may not be made up or rescheduled if cancelled on the day of the appointment.
  • A goal of this membership type is for participants to move to an Independent Membership ($60/month) within 4–10 weeks of transition from therapy to wellness as a result of progress through their exercise program. This transition is based on up to two assessments at 4–6 and 8–10 weeks (if necessary).
  • Those not eligible to transition after 10 weeks are recommended for the one-on-one assisted group for better aligned continued care.
  • Completion of a Two-on-One Semi-Assisted Membership directional assessment that will assist the therapy and wellness team in safely placing you into the best membership category for your ongoing wellness success will take place prior to entering this program.

This membership option does not allow the member to use the facility or equipment independently at any time.



One-on-One Semi-Private Membership

$150/month

  • Members may exercise individually under the direction of one of our student trainers.
  • The student trainer will facilitate the member’s performance of existing exercises designed to achieve and maintain general strength, endurance, balance and flexibility.
  • All sessions are 45 minutes long, twice a week at specified times, and may not be made up or rescheduled if cancelled on the day of the appointment
  • A goal of this membership type is for participants to move to a Two-on-One Membership type ($100/month) within 6–10 weeks of transition from therapy to wellness, as a result of progress through their exercise program. This transition is based on up to two assessments at 6–8 and 10–12 weeks (if necessary).
  • Those not eligible to transition to two-on-one after 12 weeks are recommended to the personal training à la carte option for better aligned continued care.
  • Completion of a One-on-One Assisted Membership directional assessment that will assist the therapy and wellness team in safely placing you into the best membership category for your ongoing wellness success will take place prior to entering this program.

This membership option does not allow the member to use the facility or equipment independently at any time.



Personal Training Membership                     

Unlimited facility access and two personal training sessions per week: $325/month
Unlimited facility access and one personal training session per week: $235/month

  • Members may use the wellness center whenever they would like around their weekly training sessions.
  • Members may exercise under the direction of one of our degreed and nationally certified personal trainers.
  • The member will develop goals, challenge him/herself in various areas of fitness, and have a personalized program created and monitored by the trainer.
  • This membership option is designed for clients who desire to be motived and challenged through personal training and like the convenience of being able to use the facility and practice what they learned during their training sessions throughout the week on their own. The per session price point is more economical with this type of membership.
  • All sessions are 45 minutes long—scheduling may vary based on client preferences and trainer availability.
  • Sessions may not be made up or rescheduled if cancelled less than 24 hours in advance (unless for medical reasons, preferably documented) on the day of the appointment.

Full and independent use of the gym outside of personal training sessions is fully permitted with this membership type, in conjunction with his/her training sessions.

For a printable version of this information as well as a quick view of our personal training rates, download our member services quick guide.

Enjoy hassle-free registration

Save time by printing and completing (where necessary) the below documents, and bring them to our location whenever you’re ready to sign up, take a tour or try out the center.

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For more information, questions or to schedule a tour contact Andrew Walker, CBMW Wellness Director at 978.867.4134 or . We’re conveniently located right off Route 128 or Route 22 with ample parking and easy access on an exclusively first-floor layout. View directions ➔

What can I expect when I start my membership?

Our hands-on approach to medically based wellness means we have a distinct system that includes a detailed wellness assessment for each incoming member. The assessment is directly followed by goal-setting, program design, instruction and repeated progress measurement, including updates to a member’s wellness program design and medical charting throughout his or her time with us. As an incoming member at the CBMW, there are three easy steps we employ to initiate and support your wellness journey with us.

Step 1: Information gathering, assessment and consent
We collect information and consent from your general practitioner, cardiologist, neurologist or other physicians before we schedule your assessment. Once this has been received, we perform an in-depth wellness assessment to gather baseline functional performance data, establish your wellness goals and recommend the CBMW membership type that is best for you. If medical concerns arise from the assessment, we communicate this with your healthcare provider, seeking direction where necessary, thus ensuring safe program design.

Step 2: Membership discussion, goal-setting, program design and instruction
Once the assessment is complete, we meet with you again to discuss results, set goals, discuss the benefits of membership, establish your membership type, then begin to design and teach the wellness program. At the end of this session, we will arrange a third meeting to finish teaching the wellness program, and answer any questions you might have.

Program design at the CBMW follows a progressive model and includes components of static and dynamic balance, strength, power, flexibility, agility, stability, cardiovascular system enhancement and corrective exercise, along with basic components of nutrition. The specific frequency, intensity, time and type of these program components will be dictated by the results of our assessments in order to ensure progress, successful outcomes and safe progression.

Step 3: Support for success, member check-ins and re-assessments
We are in contact with each of our members once a month in order to check on their progress, ensure their needs are met and answer their questions. Every three months as long as you are willing/able to participate, you will be invited back for a re-assessment at no cost. In the re-assessment, progress is measured, new goals may be set, existing goals may be adjusted and any new medical information will be obtained. If necessary, assessment results may lead to programmatic adjustments.