Established in 1974, Western Racquet & Fitness Club has been maintained as a small family business with big results! For more than 40 years, Western’s mission has been to improve the overall health and well-being of our members through expert, service-oriented staff and a wide variety of quality programs and offerings.
At Western, we know the difference between simply working out and the desire to live a healthy life. That’s why we’ve committed to helping our members transcend the mundane, typical gym experience and graduate to lifestyle-driven fitness.
Western takes your wellness journey the next level with customized personal training, the best in equipment & classes, state-of-the-art tennis facilities, and resources that fit your lifestyle and help you reach your goals.
From the weekend warrior to the fitness diehard, each person has different goals, but everyone wants to have fun and look and feel their best! Helping you get great results is our mission and why you will love Western Racquet & Fitness Club!
General Manager & Owner
Mary's family has been involved with the ownership and operating of Western Racquet & Fitness club for more than 40 years. Mary graduated from Marquette University and moved back to the Green Bay area to help manage the club. She enjoys participating in and developing many of the great workout programs Western offers.
Kris's three children started to play tennis which got her started 12 years ago. Eight years later, she started working at Western Racquet. Living in Wisconsin, she loves the outdoors and all its seasons! She spends summers on the lake, swimming, biking, fishing and new to paddle boarding. Reading is a passion - she always has a good book!
Spa Director, Licensed Aesthetician
Megan lives her life based off the four F's: Faith, Family, Friends and Fun. Her career is included in "fun" because she lives and love what she does every single day. She loves getting to help people with their wellness journey in a place that strives to give every member and guest the best experience.
Alex graduated from UW-Stevens Point with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Promotion and Wellness with a minor in Strength and Conditioning. Alex values personal training as the key to success, and assures that he can find the right trainer for you to see and feel results.
Group Fitness Director
When Kari decided to follow her true passion for fitness and leave her career as a Correctional Officer, Western Racquet is where she planted her roots. Kari has brought programs like TRX and Water Rowing to the facility. She has recently became a Presenter for SCW Mania Conferences.
Special Projects & Programs Director
Katie enjoys bringing innovative new ideas to Western, as well as working on special projects within the club. She loves being able to work with many different departments at Western in a creative capacity.
Member Services Director
Melissa started working at Western in 2006 and has enjoyed being a part of the Western team as the Front Desk Manager and Member Services and Billing Director. When she isn't at Western, she keeps busy spending time with her husband & two daughters.
Spa Western: Wellness & Recovery Director
Jamie is a mother of three boys who joined Western as a member in 2011. After 3 years of taking group classes at Western, she became a Group Fitness Instructor for the club. Soon after, she jumped at the opportunity to be the Wellness & Recovery Director. She looks forward to helping people perform at their highest potential, whether in class or in the Wellness & Recovery spa.
Mike joined the Western team in July 2015, after a 38-year career in the banking industry. He enjoys all sporting activities, including basketball, baseball, and football. He is an avid golfer, who enjoys the outdoors. His wife, Barb, is a teacher and son, Eric, is a web/graphic designer.
Emily has worked at Western since 2013. She enjoys providing administrative support in member services, billing, and insurance. In her spare time she enjoys reading, shopping, traveling, and spending time with her daughters and husband.
Adam has worked at Western since 2008 and enjoys the variety of work he gets to do both at Western and at Four Seasons tennis club. Adam also enjoys playing bass, restoring vintage cars and appliances, and spending time with his dog.
Jayson graduated from Carroll College in 2006 and immediately upon graduation he started his career as a professional tennis instructor. His passion is to see every student achieve their goals both on and off the court.
Sophie has worked at Western since 2010. She has enjoyed learning many different aspects of the club and is grateful for the many creative opportunities she's been given as the Marketing Director. In her spare time, she likes reading, playing video games, and spending time with her husband, son, and pets.
Amy began teaching yoga at Western in 2012 and eventually moved into a full time membership director position as well. Western has always felt like as second home to her. She enjoys the community, the friendships, and the motivation from the all the members and staff.
Amanda has been at Western since 2012. She is certified in TRX, cycling, Insanity, PiYo, Strength, Indo-Row, and Shockwave. What she loves most about Western is seeing all the magic that happens there and the lives that have been changed.
Kaila is passionate about childcare and is excited to provide a safe, clean, fun, and rewarding environment for all the children who visit Western.
Junior Tennis Director
Nolan attended Cleveland State University, where he played on the Division 1 Men's Tennis Team. He played as high as 3 singles and 1 doubles during his career and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology. His high school career was highlighted by earning four straight trips to the state tournament. In his free time, he enjoys playing golf and watching his favorite sports teams.
Josh has been playing tennis for over 17 years and has been coaching tennis for 10. He's excited to bring fresh ideas to the adult programming here at the club. He looks forward to meeting the many new faces at Western as well as catching up with many of his old friends and co-workers.
There are always people around to help you if you need advice on something, classes are free with membership excluding TRX and heated yoga. The membership is totally worth it for the buck. Never give up on your goals and when those goals are met, make more. Hope this helps in making a decision to give Western a try for a week :)
The classes gave me the workouts I needed to reach my goal. Now I have set out to lose another 10 by Christmas. I will continue to stay close to Kari for advice and modifications to my work out plan, and look forward to sharing another success milestone with you over the holidays.
PS - The smoothies are awesome!
As a member for over 5 years, I've seen the many changes made to the building, equipment, and staff. I have to say that the changes made have only added to what was already the best in the area. Whether you like to play tennis, racquetball, basketball, participate in various group classes, use free weights or machines, or just use the various cardio machines, Western Racquet and Fitness Club has something for everyone.
I can't say enough about Western Racquet. From Axel, my trainer, to the entire staff, they are outstanding. They have helped me stay on track, encouraged me along the way, and truly take a personal interest in your journey. I couldn't have done it without them!
Hours of Operation
WESTERN RACQUET & FITNESS CLUB Regular Hours (September - May)
Monday - Thursday 5:00am - 11:00pm
Fridays 5:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday - Sunday 7:00am - 9:00pm
Summer Hours (Memorial Day - Labor Day)
Monday - Thursday 5:00am - 10:00pm
Fridays 5:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday - Sunday 7:00am - 3:00pm
Hours of Operation
FOUR SEASONS TENNIS CLUB Regular Hours (September - May)