Free Gym Membership and Home Fitness Kits for Kaiser Senior Advantage Members

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ACERA retirees enrolled in the Kaiser Permanente Senior Advantage (KPSA) Medicare Plan can now access a free gym membership and home fitness kits through Kaiser Permanente’s Silver&Fit program during this 1-year trial (started February 1, 2022). If members utilize the free program, we may continue it after the first year.

Get-Started Program

Receive a tailored 14-day workout plan based on your fitness goals.

Workout videos On Demand

Access workout videos at your preferred fitness level and duration including cardio, strength, dance, yoga, pilates, meditation, tai chi, cycling, and more.

Mobile APP

Track your fitness on the Silver&Fit mobile app, stream on-demand videos, access Healthy Aging resources, and more.

Healthy Aging Coaching

Connect with a personal health coach who can help you achieve various health goals during scheduled phone sessions.

Register For Silver & Fit Now

Over 50 Participating Gyms in the East Bay

Participating fitness centers include locations in Oakland, Berkeley, Emeryville, Alameda, El Cerrito, Richmond, Pinole, Moraga, Walnut Creek, Concord, Martinez, Danville, Pleasant Hill, San Ramon, Livermore, Castro Valley, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Hayward, Union City, Newark, Fremont, and Pleasanton, plus locations throughout the Peninsula, the South Bay, Sacramento, Fresno, Santa Cruz, Southern California, and more:

  • 24-Hour Fitness
  • Fitness 19
  • City Sports Club
  • Anytime Fitness
  • And many more!

Search For Gyms By Zip Code

SOME LOCATIONS NOT INCLUDED: Some fitness chain locations or independent gyms may not already be signed up to participate in Silver&Fit, though nominating your gym is easy:

REQUEST YOUR GYM BE INCLUDED: Nominate your gym by contacting Silver&Fit at 1-877-750-2746 (TTY 711) or

Program Is a 1-Year Trial

ACERA’s Board of Retirement added Kaiser’s Silver&Fit program to the Kaiser Permanente Senior Advantage Plan (KPSA) for the 2022 plan year on a trial basis for one year, February 1, 2022 – January 31, 2023. Kaiser has offered the program at no cost to ACERA during this year-long trial period. In mid-2022, ACERA’s Board of Retirement will assess utilization of the program and decide whether to continue it into 2023 for an estimated cost of $2.65 per member / per month. (For ACERA’s 4,200+ KPSA enrollees, that’s about $11,130 per month or $133,560 per year.)