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Join us for a high energy class, promoting balance, focus, and listening skills while developing motor skills and coordination. Featuring fun obstacle courses and problem solving games.

Sports skills introduction for preschoolers, with games like kick ball, soccer, t-ball, and many other fun games.

Fun times to be had learning basic puck work, shooting, successful stickhandling and passing techniques.

Learn basic volleyball fundamentals such as underhand serving, setting, hitting, and digging.

Participants are taught the fundamentals of basketball through drills and games.

Low child-to-coach ratios and positive reinforcement ensure that each child improves at his or her own pace while having a blast!

Students rotate through drills and activities that develop core skills and understanding of the sport rules and etiquette.

Boxing helps our youth to play positive roles in their community through self-discipline and character development. We help students develop strong bodies, minds, and hearts. Youth and teens work directly with an experienced coach and learn balance, foot work, defensive, and offensive skills.
*Drop In Fee: Members: $15, Non Members: $25

Adaptive programs provide children and adults with physical limitations and other special needs the chance to play sports and participate in learning opportunities in a fun atmosphere. Participants are taught the fundamentals of basketball through drills and games. Enjoy a unique social opportunity to play basketball while making new friends.

This program will teach 12-14 year olds to exercise safely and confidently, gym etiquette, and education on a wide range of cardio and strength equipment. After successfully completing the exam at the end of the Youth Training class, the teens will receive a FIT pass. This pass allows them to use the Wellness Center from 2-5PM Monday through Sunday and also workout with a parent at any time. The classes are taught by a Y staff member who is a certified personal trainer. 6 one on one sessions as well as a practical and written test consisting of 5 questions will be administered. One completed the student will have the opportunity to collect their pass at the Wellness reception desk upon each workout. If you have any questions about Youth Strength Training or you need help getting started please contact Gregory Loomis, Wellness Director at 203-869-1630 x 210.

Times and offerings are subject to change.

If you have any questions, please contact Angela Rende, Community Engagement & Programs Manager, at 203.869.1630 Ext. 283 or arende@gwymca.org.