The Y has fitness classes specifically designed for active older adults. They give participants an opportunity to stay physically active or in some cases, to overcome their fear of exercise and begin being physically active.
Healthy Aging fitness programs accommodate a wide variety of interests and functional abilities of active older adults. Healthy Aging programs include water exercise, yoga, strength and stretching classes, an outdoor track, and community garden. Our volunteer opportunities and social events help build lasting relationships and community ties that last a lifetime.
This cycling class provides a no-impact cardiovascular workout performed to music on a stationary bike. The instructor will lead you through a workout that will help strengthen your heart. Intensity is controlled by the individual at each bike.
A half hour class made for the Healthy Aging that will strengthen your flexibility, core and strength using a variety of exercise equipment. Fun and different every week!
Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement and activity for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance. A chair is used for seated and or standing support.
Aquatic Arthritis Program
The YMCA is proud to offer this low impact water exercise program designed for people with arthritis and related conditions. The water provides gentle resistance to build muscle strength and support joints to encourage free movement. Participants should be comfortable in the water, but do not need to have swimming skills. Please check with your physician before beginning this program.
This intense aqua class focuses on body sculpting by using interval training and aqua kick. We combine strength training and aerobic conditioning with water resistance to give you an awesome overall body workout.
A water-based workout that integrates the salsa dancing formula and philosophy into traditional aqua fitness disciplines.
Shallow Water Exercise
Make the most of the resistive qualities of water to help increase your flexibility, cardio fitness level and muscle strength. Perfect for first-time exercisers currently active or those looking for a good workout. This class is taught in chest deep water. Participants should be comfortable in the water but do not need to have swimming skills.