Fitness Programs & Services

Ali 2
iKarate Kids
Wednesday4:45p-5:30pm & Saturday 2pm-2:45pm
$21 drop in
4 classes $60 - 1x a week
8 classes $120 - 2x a week
Kids ages 7 to 12 kids will learn survivor tactics as well as American Kenpo karate Scholar & Warrior philosophies are emphasized, and using your critical thinking skills first, then using the warrior when necessary. Kids can test for belt rank in American Kenpo. 
Ali 3
iKarate Club Survivor Tactics & Self Defense
Monday  7pm-7:50pm & Saturday 3pm-3:50pm
$25 Drop in
4 classes $75 - 1x a week
8 classes $150 - 2x a week
Ages 13 and up learn survivor tactics, how to meditate, scholar & warrior philosophy, possibility of testing in American Kenpo Karate for belt ranking

*Classes are ongoing, so sign up can happen anytime!
*Sign up at THE HEIGHTS or by calling 314-645-1476!



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Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. 2/4 players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, similar to a wiffle ball, over a net.


ADULT Daily Admission
Res: $6; NR: $10

SENIOR Daily Admission
Res: $5; NR: $8

20-Vist Value Card:
Res: $80; NR: $135

*HEIGHTS members play FREE

Skill Level Rating Definitions

Open Play Pickleball Reminders:

  • Open play is meant to be fun and to help enhance player’s level of play. Not only on an individual level, but as a group as well. Help one another become better!
  • Respect one another and respect other players equipment. This is highly enforced due to the etiquette of pickleball!
  • First come, first serve. If a team of 2 is waiting next in line and a group of 4 is
  • ready to play, the team of 2 has the right to play first! Respect the order of paddle(s) or player(s) in line to play the next available court


This test will provide you with essential Information to accomplish all your health and wellness goals, such as percent body fat, visceral fat, basal metabolic rate, segmental muscle analysis and much more! A printout of your analysis will be given at the end of the test. Test is completed by appointment and all information will be interpreted for your understanding. 
R&M $20; NR $25


A screening tool used to evaluate fundamental movement patterns in individuals with no current pain or injury. The screen is designed to put an individual in positions where movement deficits become noticeable if appropriate stability and mobility are not used. Individuals may perform an activity at a high level, but they also are limited in fundamental movements. This leads to the use of compensatory movements in order to achieve or maintain the level of performance needed for the activity. This will eventually lead to poor biomechanics and limited gains in performance. Contact Personal Trainer Jason Hiatt at for questions and inquiries.



Designed to introduce youth to cardiovascular and strength-training equipment. Stop by guest services at THE HEIGHTS and fill out an orientation form.  You will then be contacted to schedule an appointment.

No Charge!


We can show you how to properly and safely use the cardiovascular and strength equipment so you get the most out of your workouts.  Stop by guest services at THE HEIGHTS and fill out an orientation form. You will then be contacted to schedule an appointment.

No Charge!


When it comes to nutrition advice, it can be difficult to know who or what to trust. Whether you are looking to lose weight, tone up, or simply develop healthier eating habits, The Heights has a Registered Dietitian on staff that can help you accomplish your goals. Heidi has worked in the field of fitness and nutrition since 2008 and relies solely on medically and evidence based information when it comes to diet and nutrition. Forget the fad diets and quick fixes; Heidi is here to help you learn healthy, sustainable habits that will last a lifetime. So get off the endless hamster wheel of buying into misinformation and yo-yo diets, and onto the right track to becoming the best version of YOU! Contact Heidi at or 316.680.2145 for more information!


Many women still believe that once they become pregnant they must either put their workout regimen on hold, or significantly scale back. While every pregnancy is different, exercising during pregnancy is not only safe, but has many health benefits for both mom and baby! Exercising after baby is born is just as important, but can also come with new questions and concerns. If you’re struggling to figure out what exercise should look like for you either pre or post childbirth, please contact our Pre and Postnatal Coach, Heidi Williams. She will help you find a safe and comfortable exercise routine that you can accommodate to your health and wellness! Contact Heidi at or 316.680.2145 for more information!

Contact Jon Gutmann for all fitness inquiries at