We purposefully develop and support a culture of wellness in everything we do.
AT HOME & AT WORK: ACTIVE LIFESTYLES & HEALTHY LIVING
Mason demonstrates our commitment to wellness every single day by supporting active lifestyles and fostering the development of businesses that support healthy living. We have a two-pronged approach to developing and sustaining a culture of wellness. We support healthy lifestyles through a modern state-of-the-art community center with multiple daily personal wellness activities, and we also provide the infrastructure to cultivate companies who use technology and science to improve people’s lives.
MASON COMMUNITY CENTER
The Mason Community Center makes it easy for busy people to stay healthy and active in a state-of-the-art facility with a full spectrum of amenities, education and activities. Wellness programming can be customized for corporate clients to bring a complete experience into the corporate setting. Thanks to a strong partnership with TriHealth, the Community Center was upgraded and expanded recently, adding more fitness amenities and senior center space, as well as medical facilities for Group Health Associates physicians and TriHealth Physical Therapy services.
In addition to a broad offering of classes at the Mason Community Center, Mason also brings customized wellness packages to corporate partners in ways that gel with their culture and bring fresh perspective and new ideas to the business environment. We know that productive and creative energy come from a healthy workforce.
A serene setting for a brisk walk or a collaborative work session, the many parks and wooded areas throughout Mason are creative outdoor spaces that hunger for both active and passive visitors.
MORE MILES, MORE WELLNESS
A four-minute drive to the Little Miami Bike Trail, Mason residents can get a workout in any time of day. With 75 flat paved miles from Newtown to Springfield, you can pick your distance along the scenic Miami River. Mason also includes 20 miles of bike, hiking and running trails right outside the back door of many Mason homes.