Your Health Starts Here!
On our journey to increase the health and wellness of Catalina Island, Catalina Island Health has launched a public, state-of-the-art Catalina Island Fitness Center in the Atwater Arcade to help residents stay active and fit. We have membership opportunities as well as month and day passes available for purchase, with discounted rates for Catalina Island residents holding subsidy cards. Let’s stay healthy together, Catalina!
Day Passes & Monthly Memberships
Fitness Center Day Pass - $25
Fitness Center Islander First Time Trial - $5
Fitness Center Monthly Membership - $80
Fitness Center Islander Monthly Membership - $60
Family Bundle Islander - $50/person/month
* For discounted rates sign up at front desk
Elliptical, Treadmill, Dumbbells, Barbells, Adjustable Bench, Recumbent Bike, Spin Bike, Multi-Pull Press, Pulldown/High Row Machine, Chest / Shoulder Press, Dual Cable Cross, Aktiv Virtual Suspension Bay, Leg Press, Smart Mirror, Power Rack, Kettlebells, Squat Rack
Get in Touch
If you have any questions on our new facility, like membership options or available services, fill out the form below.
Have an Injury?
Our physical therapists are here to help! We specialize in evaluating and treating patients to help improve their strength, flexibility, coordination, balance and mobility skills. To make an appointment, please call (310) 510-5152.
Natalie Latshaw, PT, DPT is Catalina Island Health's permanent physical therapist for our outpatient therapy clinic, as well on the hospital floor. Natalie is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh Doctor of Physical Therapy program. She has a variety of clinical expertise and experience in sports and orthopedics, vestibular and balance disorders, concussion screening and treatment, acute hospital care, long term hospital rehabilitation, and a growing interest in pediatric care.
OTR/L, PT, DPT
Avery Joharchi is a Huntington Beach native who attended Long Beach State with a Sport Psychology degree. Following, she studied in San Diego at the only school in the nation to offer a dual degree program (Master’s in Occupational Therapy and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy). She has a vast background in treating hands, orthopedic and neurological patients. She loves treating individuals at any age and empowering them to live life to their fullest. In her free time, she practices yoga, hikes, snorkels, enjoys traveling and has a love for all animals, especially cats and dogs.
Patrick Brayall, P.T., D.P.T. is originally from Maine where he attended the University of Maine for his undergraduate degrees in Business Management. Patrick later attended Franklin Pierce University’s accelerated DPT program and continued on to receive his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. In his spare time, Patrick enjoys traveling, reading, cooking, and spending time outdoors. His areas of interest are geriatric rehabilitation, sports orthopedics, and community wellness.
Originally from Massachusetts, Brett got his undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Massachusetts. Brett went to physical therapy school down in Charleston, South Carolina at the Medical University of South Carolina. Brett has experience treating varying orthopedic and neurologic conditions, and loves working 1:1 with people to improve their quality of life. In his free time, Brett loves to hike, travel, surf, meet new people and have new experiences.
Marta is originally from Greenville, South Carolina and pursued her undergraduate degree in Health Sciences from Clemson University. She received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina and has clinical experience treating patients in pediatrics, geriatrics, and with various neurological, cardiac, and orthopedic conditions. She loves working closely with patients and strives to create unique treatment plans to match patient specific goals. In her free time, she loves to travel, hike, try new restaurants, and meet new people!
Alexis is certified in personal training and nutrition by the International Sports Sciences Association (ISSA) and the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). She believes exercise should be fun; hard, but enjoyable. In her free time she enjoys keeping active, hiking, hunting, camping, and mountain biking. If you are ready to embark on a fitness journey but don’t know where to start, or if you are looking to add more structure and variety to your existing routine, then look no further.
Chad McIntyre is a Personal Trainer for Catalina Island Fitness and is certified through Clean Health in personal training and nutrition. He is currently pursuing a Master's degree in theology at Cranmer Seminary. Chad has a passion for helping people achieve their weight loss goals and staying updated on the latest literature in the fitness world.