Do not go to the YMCA in Austin. There are too many better options Austin has to work out in a hassle free environment. Staff at town lake and north locations would tell me I couldn't use the equipment or I needed to purchase special certification to participate in group exercise. Never go there alone. People exaggerate and make things up about you. Its like their picking a fight. Always keep your bags within sight. Someone stole a resistance band out of my bag before a class started at townlake. In the winter someone stole my pants at east. The website and app are not always correct. Sometimes the instructors don't show up. Staff followed me to Walmart and around Austin on several occasions. Granted there are some good people there but there's no guarantee you can walk into a harassment free environment and just workout.
10900 Stonelake Blvd Ste 320Austin, TX 78759
27. Mom's Place Wic
I walked in without an appointment with a very painfull breastfeeding problem and the were able to see me right away and were very helpful. Even though I am a veteran nurser I learned alot of new things. This is the first time I have rated something but I thought I needed to be said.
7101 Woodrow AveAustin, TX 78757
From Business: Founded in 1986, Project Transitions is a nonprofit social services agency that offers education, medical support and transitional housing services for individuals who suffer from AIDS and HIV infection throughout Central Texas. It maintains the Doug's House, which is a residential hospice care unit that provides short-ter…