Tribal Government Departments
Health & Wellness Center
Page last updated:
June 1, 2023
9:27 am

Muckleshoot Health & Wellness Center

17500 SE 392nd St

Auburn, WA 98092


MON 6:00am - 7:00pm

TUE 6:00am - 7:00pm

WED 6:00am - 7:00pm

THU 6:00am - 7:00pm

FRI 6:00am - 7:00pm

SAT 8:00am - 5:00pm

SUN Closed

Department Overview

The Muckleshoot Health and Wellness Center was built by Muckleshoot’s for Muckleshoot’s and their Guests in 2005 and continues to help Members on their path to wellness. We would like to thank the Health Committee and Council for all of their support in giving our team the tools we need to help our family stay healthy. Whether it is equipment or education of the staff, we appreciate the support.

For information about patient registration, third party billing, purchase referred care, disability benefits services, and managed care insurance, please see: Health & Wellness Center: Administration & Business Office.

Business office staff include HWC Reception, Third Party Billing, Purchase Referred Care, ManagedCare, & Patient Registration.

Services Provided


We are working to reopen the daycare for children of parents who are working out, or have a medical or a health related appointment in the Health division. Appointments will be limited to 30 minutes or an hour to allow multiple users the opportunity to use the facility.

  • For scheduling: Please use the "Mind Body App" or call the front desk: (253) 939-3616

Personal Training Sessions & Fitness Classes

We have a team of certified Personal Trainers to help you attain your fitness goals. All Muckleshoot Tribal Members receive these training sessions at no cost. Vibrant classes to hold you accountable and add some fun to fitness.

Aquatics Facility

The Muckleshoot aquatics facility has four beautiful salt-water pools and an outdoor Splash Pad for the Members. The Therapy pool is open for swimming lessons for all ages.

  • Pool Hours: M-F, 6:00am – 6:30pm. Sat-Sun, 8:00am – 5:00pm.

Paddles Up Café

Offers hot and cold sub sandwiches, pizzas, breakfast sandwiches, salads, soups, smoothies and espresso. Paddles Up has online ordering and payment options available, as well as catering.

  • Phone: (253) 876-6977
  • Hours: M-F, 6:00am – 7:00pm. Sat-Sun, 8:00am – 5:00pm.

Cardio and Weight Rooms

Designed to give each member the equipment they need to complete a full body circuit.

  • Gym Hours: M-F, 6:00am – 7:00pm. Sat-Sun, 8:00am – 5:00pm.

Outdoor Fitness Space

This space is for families to work out together in the fresh air. Cardio and Weight rooms Designed to give each member the equipment they need to complete a full body circuit.

Outlook for 2023

We would like to continue to collaborate with YDP, BHP, Dietitian, Connor Smith, Clinic Providers, Public Health Nurse, Laura Starr, Tribal College and MEHISS. Major areas of focus Diet, hydration, fitness and mobility positivity mindset.

  • Splash Pad Memorial Day- Labor Day annually.
  • Café” Paddles Up” delivery to the campus offices on the Plateau
  • Fitness classes offered inside and outside, utilizing the outdoor fitness space.
  • Trike Bike appointments for Tribal Members
  • Classes for elders featuring water aerobics, seated yoga, seated fun and games to increase mobility.

Thank you for the opportunity to help you on your path to wellness!

Left: Caryn Avila, WC Manager; Right: Haskell Native American College Basketball team practices with Muckleshoot Youth Development Program kids.
Paddle’s Up Café ready to serve healthy food options that taste good.

Highlights of 2022

Worked with Education YDP, BHP and Recreation year round to help support their programs.

  • Field DayNinja Warrior
  • Swimming Lessons
  • Salmon Jam Jr.
  • Fridays at Wellness and Summer Camp
  • New Year’s Eve All night event

Running Club

Running Streak continued this summer! Challenge yourself to run 30 days in a row to create a good habit. All are welcome.

Veterans Pow Wow dash

Muckleshoot Pow Wow Offered showers during the summer Pow Wow Season.

Tomanamus Community Day Wellness Warrior Walk

The trail system in Tomanamus was once used by Tribal Warriors to seek help during the treaty wars. On this day, we reflect on our past and our future. “Getting back to our traditional roots”

Fourth annual Salmon Jam The Salmon Jam is a basketball tournament funded by the Smoking Cessation program to educate youth about the dangers of smoking and vaping. This is a two day tournament for 11-13 year olds and a 14 -17 year old bracket.

This year we had two separate Tournaments. The entry fee is to bring new toys that we donate to Mary Bridge Hospital for the children who are receiving care there. Kids helping Kids another great take away from this tournament.

Wellness Staff, YDP Staff and basketball enthusiasts all come together to make this a great event.

Big Drips Basketball Clinic

Big Drips Hoops is a non-profit organization that started as a training program and now has grown to hosting camps, clinics, exposure showcases, and a National Travel AAU program. They also have the #2 team on the west coast of the prep hoops circuit. We look forward to offering this clinic annually.

Success Journey Course

A collaboration between The Tribal College and The Wellness Center focusing on goal setting and accountability to help Members create and achieve their personal goals. This course was at the college and at the Wellness Center.

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