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NEW for Lap Swimmers!

Thank you for your feedback about making reservations for Lap Swim. We are pleased to announce that beginning Monday morning, August 10, you can book lap swimming times on MINDBODY 3 days in advance. Scheduling will be open between the hours of 6 am – 10 pm.

For information about Lap Swimming in our indoor pools in Squirrel Hill and South Hills, click HERE

Outdoors at the Family Park in Monroeville, click HERE

Reservations are required for Lap Swim through MINDBODY.

To access MINDBODY, click the logo:

Or download the MINDBODY app from the App Store or Google Play.

If you have any questions about logging in or how to make reservations within MINDBODY, please email [email protected] for assistance.

New to MINDBODY?

Please read these easy step-by-step instructions:

  1. Email Address: The email address you have entered into your membership at the JCC must match the email address you use to schedule your class on MINDBODY. If you are unsure which email you have on file or need to update your email, please contact [email protected]
  2. Login to MINDBODY by clicking on the MINDBODY Logo above or download the app on your smartphone. Follow registration instructions to create an account with your email and password. Once you have downloaded the app, check your email and respond to the email that asks you to verify the email address and account.
  3. Search for JCCPGH, choose location (Squirrel Hill or South Hills), and then choose “View Schedule.” After reviewing schedule, click “Book” to reserve your swim time.

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