House of Sun 1009 Terra Nova Blvd, Pacifica, CA94044 House of Sun offers customers several ways to get a tan. For those looking for tanning beds, House of Sun has a mix of…More low and medium-pressure beds. Those looking for an artificial tan can either choose the spray booth or get airbrushed by a technician. House of Sun shares a zen-like space with a spa, a yoga studio and a few other businesses.
Rock'n FIT Health Club 215 Rockaway Beach Ave, Pacifica, CA94044 Located in Pacifica, Rock'n FIT Health Club is a women's fitness center that offers a wide range of group classes for…More all fitness levels. Rock'n FIT provides yoga, pilates, aerobics and Zumba dance classes, and is also host to a full circut of weight bearing machines. For information on membership rates, be sure to call the telephone number provided.
Pacifica Athletic Center 640 Crespi Dr, Pacifica, CA94044 Pacifica Athletic Center is a locally owned, multipurpose gym with circuit training machines, heavy boxing bags, free…More weights, power-lifting equipment, and an aerobics room that includes stair machines, bikes and treadmills. Bathrooms with showers include a free towel service. PAC offers many types of classes, including aerobics, yoga, body sculpting and pilates, plus Kenya Academy, a mixed martial arts studio. There is a children's waiting area and classes for kids. Personal trainers are available.
The Senior Services department of the City of Pacifica was founded in 1988 and is a subset of Pacifica's Department…More of Parks, Beaches and Recreation.
The center features a card and game room, a ceramics room with two kilns, a computer lab, a quilting room and a barber shop, open every other Monday, where seniors can get their hair cut by appointment.
Any of the members of Senior Services may also sell crafts, jewelry or clothing they make, in the gift shop. Part of each sale goes to support the center while the rest goes to each seller as commission.
The center also offers a variety of classes, support groups and games to its members, including yoga, aerobics, music, creative writing, grief support groups, jewelry making, stained glass making and bingo. Computer literacy courses are also available for a small fee.
Pacifica's Meals On Wheels program is run through Senior Services. Call the center for more details about volunteering for the program or receiving Meals On Wheels.
In addition to funding received from the city, the center raises money through sales throughout the year, and a standing stock of artwork and antiques for sale in the lobby of Pacifica Community Center, where the center is housed.