3801 SW Longview Rd, Lee's Summit, MO 64081
Map and Directions
Monday - Friday: 5:00am - 9:00pm*
Saturday: 7:00am - 7:00pm*
Sunday: 10:00am - 7:00pm*
*Aquatics area closes 30 minutes prior to facility closure
Please call 969-1520 or visit the welcome desk for more information.
Longview Community Center (3801 SW Longview Road)
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Key Fobs -For your convenience!
The Key FOB allows LSPR to better track attendance, to know who is using the facilities and saves time when registering for programs, paying for a single visit or swiping in at facilities. The Key FOB is easy to carry with you as it slides onto your key ring. You can also take a picture of it and store it in your phone! Stop by anytime to pick up for free key fob at any of our facilities so you can start carrying your key to fun! Key FOBs are required so please remember to bring it with you, replacement FOBS are $1.
The Key FOB allows LSPR to better track attendance, to know who is using the facilities and saves time when registering for programs, paying for a single visit or swiping in at facilities. The Key FOB is easy to carry with you as it slides onto your key ring. You can also take a picture of it and store it in your phone! Stop by anytime to pick up for free key fob at any of our facilities so you can start carrying your key to fun! Key FOBs are required so please remember it with you replacement FOBS are $1.
The gym can be an intimidating place but it doesn't have to be. If you are a first time gym user please let the Longview Community Center Staff know if you need a tour of the facility, if you have questions about a rule or need an orientation on the equipment.
Below we have provided you a few of the unwritten rules to help improve your visit and your workout. We are here for you, please do not hesitate to ask us for assistance!
PLEASE Be considerate of others
1) Share equipment
2) Be courteous and allow others to work in between sets if needing/wanting the same equipment
3) Help wipe down and adjust/reload or unload weight between sets back to where it was when “working in”
4) Politely inform someone how many sets you have left and that it is okay to “work in” if they begin exercising on a machine while you are resting between sets
5) Refrain from texting, resting or socializing on equipment
6) Refrain from “claiming” a piece of equipment by setting a towel or water bottle next to it.
Winter Gym Etiquette:
Tip #1: Stay Healthy Lee's Summit!
Exercise actually boosts your immune system, so going to the gym is one of the best things you can do to stay well during cold and flu season. But colder weather brings more people inside which means more germs and greater exposure to bugs that cause cold and flu. Use these gym hygiene tips to keep germs at bay and help you stay well throughout the season.
Wash and dry your hands
Wash your hands for 30 seconds with soap. Be sure to clean the front and back of the hands along with your wrists. Leaving your hands wet can make it easier for them to pick up and pass germs. Dry your hands thoroughly after each hand washing. Use hand sanitizer often.
Wipe down equipment
Use the provided spray bottles and disposable towels to disinfect equipment before and after uses. Staff disinfects multiple times throughout the day but cannot get to every machine after every use.
Beware of bacterial hot spots:
• Free weights and gym equipment- wipe down before & after you use them.
• Mats – Wipe down your mat before and after use or you can also bring your own & don't share. Don’t forget to wipe it with anti-bacterial wipes at home & let it air-dry.
• Cardio machines – Be sure to wipe down the buttons and handrails on treadmills, bikes and ellipticals before and after your workout.
• Your gym bag - If it is canvas or cloth wash and dry it once a week, as every time you set it down disease-causing microbes could be latching onto it.
• Your water bottle – Bringing a water bottle is better than using the water fountain but you need to wash it every day in hot water to kill germs which collect at the bottom of it.
• Your hands -Use a clean towel, rather than your hands to wipe your face of sweat. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with your hands.
• Restrooms- After washing your hands use a paper towel to turn off the water and opening the door to exit the bathroom.
Don’t work out when you are sick
Get your rest! Only low intensity exercise is recommended with symptoms like sore throat, coughing, runny nose, congested nose. No exercise is recommended when experiencing muscle/joint pain, headache, fever, diarrhea, vomiting.
Tip #2 - Don’t wear your salty shoes in the gym!
1. Salt: In the winter, salt is common practice on roads and sidewalks to keep ice from becoming a problem. That salt accumulates on your shoes and then you bring it into the gym. Salt on gym equipment and floors does not bode well–it can ruin the gym equipment, as well as yours and others’ athletic gear.
2. Water=Slipping: Snow accumulates on your shoes. It may be snow when you walk in, but by the time you hit the gym floor, it’s water and it’s slippery. Not only can water ruin the cardio equipment and other equipment, but it can cause you or others to slip and fall, causing injury.
3. Shoe maintenance:You want to make sure your shoes last a while and wearing them outside in the salt and snow just isn’t good maintenance. Salt, especially, will erode your shoes at a quicker pace.
35 classes offered per week
February Group Fitness Schedule Class Calendar
Pool Schedule for January
Monday, January 2nd: Lanes 6-8 will be available from 5:30am to 7:00am.
* Includes a full fitness assessment.
Enrollment Form: Outlines basic information and guidelines.
Medical Release: All clients must complete a participation activity readiness questionnaire (PAR Q). If so indicates, a physician’s medical release may be required for clients whose health may be in question.
Fitness Questionnaire: This form will help your personal trainer create a comprehensive program and plan based on your health and fitness history.
After these items are complete and payment has been made, a trainer will contact you within 48 hours to set up your first session, unless the PAR Q indicates the need for physician’s medical release.
LVCC 24 Hour Cancellation Policy. A 24 hour notice of cancellation or change in your personal training appointment is required at the LVCC. If an appointment is cancelled or changed within less than 24 hours of the scheduled appointment, a refund will NOT be processed. In the event of a cancellation by the trainer prior to the 24 hour notice, the appointment may be rescheduled or refunded. In the event of a cancellation by the trainer less than 24 hours of the scheduled appointment, you may reschedule your appointment and will receive an additional 15 minutes of service at no charge.
Five or fewer sessions must be used within a 60-day period. Clients purchasing a 10 session package must complete the sessions within a 90-day period.
Still have questions? Please give us a call at 816.969.1550 or email Erin Keeney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Personal training at the Longview Community Center (LVCC) may be provided ONLY by those individuals who are specifically employed by Lee's Summit Parks & Recreation (LSPR) for that purpose. Anyone who is not a LSPR staff personal trainer and is observed or suspected of conducting outside personal training may be approached and questioned regarding their activities. Any of the following or related behaviors may attract such questioning:
If a LSPR staff member concludes that this policy has been violated, both the trainer and patron may be asked to leave the facility.
LSPR cannot adequately control and has no responsibility for the quality of personal training from individuals that are not employed by the LSPR. These individuals may not have adequate academic background, national certifications, or training, ability, or experience to properly train clients. The use of the Longview Community Center for outside personal training also is in direct competition with the personal training service that LSPR offers.
Repeat violations of this policy may result in suspension or permanent loss of LVCC privileges and other LSPR facilities.
LSPR Massage Menu
To relax with a head to toe massage that soothes both the mind and the body, try the Swedish massage. This classic massage uses long strokes to reduce tension, soothe sore muscles and improve circulation.
30 minutes - Non-member $50 / Member $36
60 minutes - Non-member $83 / Member $66
90 minutes - Non-member $121 / Member $93
The childbearing year brings on a variety of physical discomforts! A perinatal massage can ease backaches, edema (swelling of hands & feet) sciatica, high blood pressure, and fatigue. Massage during pregnancy/postpartum may also feature increased oxytocin production, fewer complications, enhanced immunological function, and help you appreciate your changing body. A health care provider’s release must be obtained before the appointment.
Deep Tissue Massage
If you have knots/tension you’d like worked out, choose Deep tissue--an intensive and invigorating massage focusing on the deeper layers of tissue and muscle. Great for focused treatment to your troublesome areas.
Athletes, weightlifters, and other gym-goers can go for a Sports massage. Come in before, in-between or after workouts. This can help increase blood flow to prepare, reduce likelihood of injury and/or push toxins that have accumulated in the muscles to in recovery.
Without shedding your clothes, receive an effective massage to your back, shoulders, scalp, neck, arms and/or hands in our special massage chair.
Available by appointment in 10, 15 and 20 minute sessions/$1 per minute. Occasionally available as "pop-up" sessions in our lobby for 5 minute sessions/$1 per minute.
Hot Stone Massage
Experience the penetrating warmth and earthly energetic effects of warm smooth stones that are heated in water and used along with the hands. Stones may be used before, during or after massage. Add $12 to Swedish, Deep tissue or Sports.
Engage your sense of smell with aromatherapy to enhance your massage experience. Using all-natural essential oils will relieve stress by deepening relaxation or can be energizing. Available with any massage for $5.
Purchase any 4 massages and get a 10% discount when you buy them together. Schedule them all right away, or save some for a rainy day, as long as they are used within 12 months of purchase.
Early Bird Extension
Get a massage, then book your next session that same day and receive 15 complimentary minutes to be used next time.
To schedule your appointment, call 816-969-1520 or visit the Longview Community Center’s welcome desk. Payment is due at time of booking.
LSPR 24 Hour Cancellation Policy
A 24 hour notice of cancellation or change in your massage therapy appointment is required. If an appointment is cancelled or changed within less than 24 hours of the scheduled appointment, a refund will NOT be processed. In the event of a cancellation by the therapist prior to the 24 hour notice, the appointment may be rescheduled or refunded. In the event of a cancellation by the therapist less than 24 hours of the scheduled appointment, you may reschedule your appointment and will receive an additional 15 minutes of service at no charge.
Lee's Summit Parks and Recreation reserves the right to adjust pricing at anytime without notice. In addition, items on the Massage Menu may vary or be unavailable at certain times.
Deposit and fees are due at the time of the reservation booking. Deposit fee is refunded according to the condition of the space. Security is required for events with youth ages 14-20 and is charged at $62 per hour. After hour rentals have a 2-hour minimum. Reservations must be booked in person.
1 For rentals booked after normal operating hours an additional $40 per hour fee will be applied.
Bikes will be available seasonally (April - October).
For more information please call 816.969.1520!
Those wishing to cancel their LSPR membership need to do so at a Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation facility. This online cancellation form is for LSPR members who wish to cancel their membership but are unable to get to a facility.
Pass Type descriptions:
If you have a monthly flex membership you must cancel by the 1st of the month in order to stop your monthly draft on the 15th. Cancellations made after the 1st of the month will stop your membership at the end of the current month. For example: If you cancel on November 8, the membership will draft on November 15, the membership will remain active til November 30.
Longview Community Center opened its doors in December 2018 under Lee's Summit Parks and Recreation (LSPR) ownership. The facility was built in 1989 by the Metropolitan Community College system and re-designed by LSPR to accommodate all ages for all seasons.
The 60,000 square foot center provides the following amenities: