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A Place for Everyone

A Place for Everyone

Our commitment to inclusion, equity and diversity across our communities

Life Time members and team members are from many diverse backgrounds, cultures and experiences. We embrace our commitment to recognize, elevate and empower women and the BIPOC, disabled and LGBTQIA+ communities to ensure all are equally heard, accepted, respected, supported and valued to fully participate. 


The Life Time Inclusion Council

A Place for Everyone

Inclusion Council Leadership

The Life Time Inclusion Council

Change starts from within

Life Time team members and leaders are purpose-driven and action-oriented — and that means integrating inclusion as a core value within every level of the company. We achieve this company-wide extension through the work of the Inclusion Council, which began in 2018 and is supported and actualized through more than 300 inclusion ambassadors at 150+ club locations across the U.S. and Canada.

The Council's Guiding Principles

The Council's Guiding Principles

Our four guiding principles are supported and driven by 12 subcommittees focused on a range of topics, including learning and development, community relations, member engagement and more.

  • Support a Culture of Inclusion

    Creating safe and respectful spaces so everyone is encouraged to participate.
  • Mentor and Coach

    Providing company-wide education, learning and development opportunities.
  • Expand the Life Time Community

    Building strategic relationships that create impact across social and economic barriers.
  • Close the Gap

    Assessing and revising our recruiting and casting practices.

Inclusion in Action

Inclusion in Action

The Inclusion Council is working from the ground up within Life Time to build pace and prove transparency along the way. Expect continual updates on inclusion at Life Time, as we remain accountable to our members and team members for these efforts.



Celebrating Pride Month

Throughout June, we’re championing, listening and amplifying the diverse voices, stories and backgrounds shared by our LGTBQIA+ Life Time Team Members with an inspiring video series.

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Cultural Events & Celebrations

Cultural Events & Celebrations

Our company calendar provides an opportunity to understand more about our diverse community of members and team members and create more meaningful connections among all of us. It also highlights our Life Time priorities in movement, nutrition, mindset and community.

  • JUNE 2

    Native American Citizenship Day

    Commemorating the day in 1924 when the U.S. Congress passed legislation recognizing the citizenship of Native Americans.

  • JUNE 4

    National Cancer Survivors Day

    Celebrated the rst Sunday every June, this secular holiday uplifts, support and inspires individuals and families affected by cancer.

  • JUNE 7

    Global Running Day

    Worldwide celebration of running that encourages people to get moving and recognizes the positive power of staying active.

  • JUNE 14

    Flag Day

    U.S. holiday celebrating the adoption of the American flag on June 14, 1777, by resolution of the Second Continental Congress.

  • JUNE 18

    Father's Day

    A day to honor fatherhood, paternal bonds and the inuence of fathers in society.

  • JUNE 19


    A federal holiday and the oldest national celebration of the ending of slavery in the U.S. on June 19, 1865.

  • JUNE 21

    International Yoga Day

    Celebrating the impact and importance of the physical, mental and spiritual practice of yoga.

    Summer Solstice

    The longest day of the year in the northern hemisphere marking the onset of summer and the Pagan and Wiccan celebration of Midsummer.

    National Indigenous Peoples Day

    A Canadian holiday recognizing and celebrating the cultures, contributions and heritage of Indigenous peoples.

  • JUNE 27

    Canadian Multiculturalism Day

    Celebrating the many different religious traditions and cultural influences resulting in a unique Canadian cultural mosaic.

  • JUNE 28

    Eid al-Adha

    (June 28–29) Islamic holiday celebrated worldwide to honor the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son Ismael as an act of obedience to God.

  • Entire Month of June

    Canadian National Indigenous History Month

    Honoring the history, heritage, sacred cultural ceremonies and diversity of Indigenous peoples across Canada.

    LGBT Pride Month

    Occurs in the United States to commemorate the Stonewall riots of 1969. Pride events honor and work to achieve equal opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) Americans.

    Men’s Health Month

    Raising awareness for men’s health issues and encouraging men and families to practice healthy-living decisions.




Additional Inclusion Resources

Additional Inclusion Resources

Enjoy our collection of articles, interviews, podcasts, and more resources on topics related to diversity, equity and inclusion.

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