The Wellness Program at Quarryville offers a wide variety of services designed to meet your unique health & fitness needs. Our state-of-the-art Fitness Center, Aquatic Center, and indoor walking track at The Commons provide many opportunities for you to maximize your health and independence and achieve your fitness goals. These amenities are free to residents. Memberships are also available for our southern Lancaster County neighbors.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION – June 23, 2020
Since the beginning of COVID-19, we have received many inquiries about when The Commons will reopen to members of our Wellness Program, specifically those who are NOT residents or team members. We understand you may be anxiously wondering when you will be able to get back in to exercise in the Fitness Center or Aquatic Center.
Though we are in discussion about how to safely reopen these areas, we must remain cautious during the reopening process and have decided to keep membership closed to anyone who is NOT a resident or team member at our community through December 31, 2020. At this time, we are not planning to permanently dissolve membership opportunities for our southern Lancaster County neighbors but are simply keeping it “on hold” a while longer. We appreciate your patience as we do our best to protect the health and safety of our residents and will communicate our plans for 2021 later this year.
If you have questions about the Wellness Program and your membership, please contact our Wellness Manager, Krystal Campbell, at 717-786-5222 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions about your membership fees, please contact our Accounts Receivable Coordinator, Kelly Diem, at 717-786-5274.
Thank you for patience and understanding.
Each new member is eligible for an orientation to the fitness equipment and initial exercise program at no additional cost.
The Wellness Team provides professional supervision in the Fitness Center & Aquatic Center at certain times for members who require assistance when they exercise.
The Wellness Team offers a wide variety of both land and aquatic fitness classes, including circuit training, balance, Pilates, Rusty Hinges, other water aerobics programs, and Zumba Gold. Beginner-friendly to high intensity classes are available to meet your individual fitness level.
Comprehensive personal fitness assessments are available by appointment to all members on a fee-for-service basis. Fitness assessments provide helpful information on a member’s current health condition and fitness level. The Wellness Team provides assessments for postural alignment, balance, cardiovascular fitness, muscular fitness, flexibility, body composition, functional performance, and core stability.
Private training sessions are available by appointment on a fee-for-service basis. A Wellness Professional will personally guide you through a workout session specifically tailored to your personal goals and health conditions. Personal Training is great for anyone from beginners with a wide-range of health concerns to athletes looking to push their performance to the next level. This service provides the maximum level of accountability and results.
Sue Graybill is a resident here at QPRC, and she has been active her entire life. She is originally from Hanover, PA in York County. She married Bill Graybill, and they were in the ministry for many years. Sue enjoys swimming, painting, reading, cooking, and singing in the choir. She also loves teaching Bible studies.
Sue has been a member of the QPRC Wellness Program since she moved here two and a half years ago. Before the current COVID-19 restrictions were put in place, you could find Sue in the pool at least three mornings a week. She said, “When you’re older, the worst thing you can do is to be sedentary.” Her favorite part of the Wellness Program is simply the ability to have access to this state-of-the-art facility, more specifically the pool.
Sue’s motivation is to maintain her health. She encourages everyone to do something, anything, but “find something that you enjoy, like, or even love.” Sue’s advice to individuals who are sedentary and looking to get started is, “Be careful, start slow, but get started! Set realistic goals that you can accomplish. Do what YOU can do.” Exercising has improved Sue’s life by giving her great health overall. When it comes to exercise, she said, “30 minutes of exercise in a day is nothing when you have 24 hours to do it.”
To enjoy all the amenities of the Great Rock Wellness Center, you’ll need to become a member. To apply for a membership, contact us and request an appointment for a Wellness Program Orientation.