The YMCA, It's not just kid Stuff

Adult Fitness and Health

Adult Fitness and HealthAt the Y there are many opportunities to be physically active including group fitness classes and Wellness Center activities. Attending classes and exercising with others who are motivated to get fit and have fun will inspire you to stay healthy, reach personal goals, makes friends, and try something new! With over 180 classes offered each week, you’re sure to find a class to fit your interest and fitness level.

Group Fitness Classes
The Y offers more than 180 drop-in group fitness classes a week that are FREE for our members! Drop-in classes are just what they read - no registration or sign-up required. These classes include Zumba®, Group Cycling, Yoga, Pilates, Strength Training, water exercise, Cardio Kickboxing, TRX Suspension Training and more! Fitness classes are led by a certified and trained fitness instructor. Classes welcome adults 14 years and older of all levels and abilities.

Wellness Centers
At each YMCA branch we provide a Wellness Center for our members to utilize. This space offers state of the art cardio, Matrix strength equipment, Suspension trainers, and more! Adults 14 years and older of all levels and abilities are welcome in the Wellness Center. We encourage all new members to take advantage of our FREE Wellness Center orientations.

Press Play – Wellness for Women
Join a program that focuses on providing “Empty Nesters” a safe and supportive environment in learning how to get back into exercise. This successful YMCA program gives you the opportunity to meet others who are going through similar life changes and to learn valuable information on exercise and nutrition. Free Y memberships to those who participate in the program. If participants join the Y at the end of the session, Y joining fee will be waived.

Adult Fitness and Health Programs

Strength Training
Water Exercise
Personal Training
Wellness Center
Pioneering Healthier Communities
YMCA's Diabetes Prevention Program
Special Programs for Non-Members