Your Weekly San Francisco Clubs Update: December 19, 2023

Dear Member,


Monthly Mentions

Annual Communication hit your in boxes yesterday, be sure to check it out, it’s full of goodness!

End-of-the-Year Wellness
At the end of each year, we often set plans and goals for what’s to come—but do we take enough time to reflect on the year that is closing? Do we think about the things that gave us energy and joy, or took energy and joy from us? Reflecting can help us put make more time for the things that feed our spirits. Maybe it was an after dinner walk with your kids, Sunday pickleball with your friends, a pick-up game of hoops, Mahjong with the ladies, or simply reading a book. Take the time to see what feeds your soul and plan more of it in the coming year.

Camps R Us
If you need a Winter Break Camp, we have you covered.
If you are planning next summer (more power to you!), we are there for you too! Our Summer Camp registration is now open. If you register before January 31st, you’ll receive a special discount of 15%. Login to Connect to see all our camp sessions by location and secure your child’s spot in the best summer camp experience they’ll ever have! And remember, Camps are open to non-Members too—so be sure to invite the kids’ friends.


Ponder This 

“Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us, or find it not.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson


In health,

Tracy L Cioffi
Chief Marketing Officer
The Bay Club Company


Bird’s Eye View

New Membership Guidelines Coming Soon!
Starting January 1, new membership guidelines will be available online. We encourage you to review the updated guidelines once they are available to familiarize yourself with important information including membership information, department guidelines and standards of conduct.


Bay Club San Francisco:

Fitness Made Virtual
We’re now offering virtual fitness programming! It’s time to put a plan in place for your 2024 goals, and there’s no better way than to have a professional trainer create one for you! Email for more info.

Have Your Next Event with Us
Interested in hosting a basketball birthday party or another special event at Bay Club San Francisco? Our staff and coaches are happy to host you! Email for more info.

Come and RiiDE
Have you tried our new class, CLUB RiiDE with Rally? Check out the group class schedule to secure your spot in this high energy cycle class!

Winter Basketball League
Only 3 more weeks to sign up for our Winter Basketball League! Enroll as a full team or free agent by January 12 by emailing


Bay Club Gateway:

When School’s Out, Camp Is In
Our school break camps offer a range of engaging and entertaining activities for your kids. From sports to arts and crafts, your child will have a great time, learning and improving even when they aren’t in school. Enroll on Connect.

Junior Tennis Academy Winter Session
Registration is open! Young athletes of all ages and levels will garner a love for the game that will last a lifetime! Email for more info.

Host a Private Event
Try something new for your company holiday party this year! Break the ice and open up the holiday cheer with a fun pickleball or tennis event. Email to craft your event!

Pickleball Potluck
Saturday, December 23 | 4:00 pm-7:00 pm
We’re so proud of how our pickleball community has grown this year! Join us for a fun waterfall tournament and please bring your favorite dish. Enroll on Connect.


Bay Club South San Francisco:

Junior Tennis Academy Winter Session
Registration is open! Young athletes of all ages and levels will garner a love for the game that will last a lifetime! Email for more info.

Adult Tennis Clinics
Want to improve your tennis game? Our adult tennis clinics will help you be champ of the court in no time! Enroll on Connect today.

Host a Pickleball Session
Interested in hosting a private pickleball session for your next corporate wellness event? Our team would love to help! Email to get started.

Tennis Flexibility and Mobility Class
Wednesday, December 20 | 6:00 pm
This class is perfect for tennis players who want to stay loose and increase their mobility for the game.


In health,

Ayyub Hansia
Senior Vice President
San Francisco Campus