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SUMMER SUMMER PROGRAM CATALOG 2017 M A G D A L E N A E C K E F A M I LY Y M C A


TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information

Active Teens (Ages 12-17)

Our Mission, Policies,

Adventure/Family Clubs ...................................... 14-15

Membership Rates & Benefits,

Aquatics, Swim Lessons, Swim Team ................ 16-29

Contact Information, Registration,

Camps .................................................................... 37-38

Refund Policy & Donation Information ...............2-11

Dance ..................................................................... 50-52

Active Tots (Ages 0-5)

Family Programs................................................... 53-55

Adventure/Family Clubs ...................................... 14-15

Fitness ................................................................... 57-65

Aquatics and Swim Lessons ............................... 16-29 Birthday Parties .......................................................... 56 Camps .................................................................... 37-38 Child Watch/Infant Center ......................................... 40 Creative Kids ............................................................... 54 Dance ......................................................................45-48 Family Programs................................................... 53-55 Fitness with Baby ....................................................... 60

Gymnastics............................................................ 66-71 Martial Arts .......................................................... 72-74 Personal Training ........................................................ 63 Skate Park and Lessons ...................................... 75-77 Sports and Leagues ............................................. 32-34 Teen Programs ..................................................... 78-79 Youth and Government .............................................. 79

Gymnastics Tiny Tumblers .................................. 66-68

Active Adults

Martial Arts .......................................................... 72-74

Adult Activities .................................................... 12-13

Pee Wee Sports ........................................................... 31

Aquatics ............................................................... 16-29

Preschool ...............................................................41-42

Dance ............................................................................ 52

Skate Park and Lessons ...................................... 75-77

Family Programs................................................... 53-55 Fitness ................................................................... 57-65

Active Kids (Ages 6-11)

Martial Arts ................................................................. 74

Adventure/Family Clubs ...................................... 14-15

Member Involvement ................................................ 7-9

Aquatics, Swim Lessons, Swim Team ................ 16-29 Birthday Parties .......................................................... 56 Childcare, After School ........................................43-44 Child Watch Center ..................................................... 40 Camps .................................................................... 31-38 Dance ..................................................................... 48-51 Family Programs................................................... 53-55 Fitness for Kids ........................................................... 60 Gymnastics............................................................ 66-71 Martial Arts .......................................................... 72-74 Skate Park and Lessons ...................................... 75-77 Sports and Leagues ............................................. 32-34

Outdoor Fitness .......................................................... 61 Personal Training ........................................................ 63 Pilates........................................................................... 64 Skate Park and Lessons ...................................... 75-77 Sports and Leagues ............................................. 35-36 SportWalk .................................................................... 61 Trips and Excursions .................................................. 13 Volunteering and Service Clubs ................................. 7 Y-Ambassadors Club .....................................................7


OUR MISSION

The YMCA of San Diego County is dedicated to improving the quality of human life and to helping all people realize their fullest potential as children of God through the development of the spirit, mind and body.


CONTACT INFORMATION Phone Directory Main Facility Registration Courtesy Counter Gymnastics Center

Fax Numbers

Athletics Adventure Clubs Camp Department Gymnastics Center Main Facility Membership Wellness Center

760.942.9622 760.635.3050 760.635.3055 760.635.3070 760.633.3755 760.633.3755 760.944.9021 760.804.8170 760.944.9329 760.944.9197 760.633.3755

Hotlines

Call our main facility at 760.942.9622, then key in the extension: Pilates ext. 1811 Skate Park ext. 2562 Sports ext. 2517 StrollerJam ext. 1572 Tae Kwon Do ext. 1807

Facility Hours

Monday–Friday 5:00 am-10:00 pm Saturday & Sunday 7:00 am-7:00 pm

Gymnastics Center Hours Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday

9:00 am-7:30 pm 9:00 am-12:00 pm Closed

Courtesy Counter & Main Lobby

YMCA Staff

The YMCA Executive Team strives to provide the best programs and services possible. They work closely with both staff and volunteers to meet the needs of the families in our community. Call 760.942.9622, then key in the extension: Regional Vice President | Sarah Reese, ext.12555 | sreese@ymca.org Assoc. Executive Director | Ron Lelakes, ext. 12553 | rlelakes@ymca.org Assoc. Executive Director | Lauren Hall, ext. 12556 | lhall@ymca.org Assoc. Executive Director | Roberto Trada, ext. 12527 | rtrada@ymca.org Dept. Head, Fiscal Management | John Ashley, ext. 12503 | jashley@ymca.org Adventure Clubs Director | Blaze Zarev, ext. 12554 | bzarev@ymca.org Aquatics Director | Michelle Gable, ext. 12565 | mgable@ymca.org Camp Director | Chad Matkowski, ext. 12515 | cmatkowski@ymca.org Child Watch Director | Lexie Palacio, ext. 12527 | lpalacio@ymca.org Membership Director | Geoff Andrews, ext. 12577 | gandrews@ymca.org Dance Coordinator | Sara Blodgett, ext. 12594 | sblodgett@ymca.org Design Director | Kevin Swed, ext. 12570 | kswed@ymca.org Employment and Hiring | Monique Weitz, ext. 12516 | mweitz@ymca.org Facilities Director | Bill Peters, ext. 12560 | bpeters@ymca.org Scholarship Program | Cindy O’Brien, ext. 12558 | cobrien@ymca.org Fundraising Director | Emily Figueiredo, ext. 12507 | efigueiredo@ymca.org Group Exercise Director | Angela Hunter, ext. 12576 | arhunter@ymca.org Gymnastics Director | Ellen Morelli, ext. 12602 | emorelli@ymca.org Gymnastics Director (Boys) | Laura Madamba, ext. 12604 | lmadamba@ymca.org Health & Wellness Director | Shannon Hughes, ext. 12573 | shughes@ymca.org Martial Arts Director | Cameron Greene, ext. 12581 | cgreene@ymca.org

Monday–Friday 5:00 am-10:00 pm Saturday & Sunday* 7:00 am-7:00 pm

Regional Marketing Director | Ally Trygar, ext. 12595 | atrygar@ymca.org

Membership & Registration

Outreach Coordinator | Izzy Santiago, ext. 12574 | isantiagoperez@ymca.org

Monday–Friday 7:00 am-7:00 pm Saturday & Sunday* 8:30 am-4:30 pm *Sunday registration hours change seasonally. Please check website for current hours.

Holidays

The Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA is closed on the following holidays: Easter and Christmas. We will be open limited hours on: Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and Thanksgiving.

Playground Partners | Cameron Greene, ext. 12581 | cgreene@ymca.org Preschool Director | Lexie Palacio, ext. 12562 | lpalacio@ymca.org Security/Safety | Blaze Zarev, ext. 12554 | bzarev@ymca.org Skate Park Director | Chad Matkowski, ext. 12515 | cmatkowski@ymca.org Sports (Adult) Director | Don Culbertson, ext. 12518 | dculbertson@ymca.org Sports (Youth) Director | Austin Rowe, ext. 12572 | arowe@ymca.org Teen Director | Chad Matkowski, ext. 12515 | cmatkowski@ymca.org Volunteering | Monique Weitz, ext. 12516 | mweitz@ymca.org Youth Development Director | Cameron Greene, ext. 12518 | cgreene@ymca.org

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MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION There’s a Y in every family! Family Memberships get so much more than ever. In addition to traditional membership benefits, Family Members get these exclusive values: FREE Child Watch, FREE Skate Park membership, FREE Adventure Guides membership, FREE kids access to designated work-out areas and group exercise classes (children 7+), FREE family events, WAIVED Preschool and Character Builder’s Program registration fees, FREE family wellness activities…and so much more!! Membership Options Membership Category

Joining Fee*

Monthly Fee

Adult 26+ years

$50

$51

Dual Adult 2 adults same residence

$50

$73

One Parent Family 1 parent & children 25 years & under

$50

$68

Family 2 adults & their children 25 years & under $50

$88

Senior 65+ years

$50

$45

Teen/Young Adult 13-25 years

$25

$31

Group & Employer Memberships

Group memberships and wellness in the workplace opportunities available. Please contact the Membership Director at ext. 12577 for information.

Guest Passes

Members, please bring a guest to visit our facility at any time! Guests accompanying a member will receive two free visits per calendar year.

Day Use Passes

Non-members may purchase a one day pass to use our facility. Photo identification required. Please see a Locker Rental $10 Monthly Fee Member Service Representative to $120 Annual Fee purchase a day use pass. Skate Park 6 years & older

$50 Annual Fee* Included in Family memberships

*Joining fees and annual Skate Park membership fees are non-refundable.

Membership Payment

Members may pay with an “easy pay” monthly plan through the Automatic Transfer System (ATS), or pay in full for an annual membership. With your authorization, the ATS process option will automatically deduct your monthly membership dues from your credit card, checking or savings account. Cancellations and all changes to your membership must be received at least 10 days prior to your bank draft day. There is a $10 service fee on returned checks, non-sufficient funds and all items returned unpaid by the bank. We accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express.

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$20 per person


MEMBER BENEFITS MEMBER BENEFITS INCLUDE: > 25-meter x 25-yard competition pool > Adventure Clubs membership (Families only) > Basketball & volleyball open gym > Boot Camps > Cardio Center > Childcare & Preschool registration fees waived (Families only) > Complimentary coffee bar > Educational lectures and seminars > Fitness Equipment Orientation > Family activities & community events > Family swim > Free Child Watch for Family Members > Free day-use lockers > Functional Fitness area including Synergy Trainer > Interactive Splash Pad > KickStart-30 day Wellness Program > Lap swim during all open hours > Les Mills BODYPUMP + CXWORX > Locker rooms for adults, youth and families > Masters Swim > Member rates for classes and programs (up to 25% off) > Over 200 fitness classes per week, including Studio Cycling, Pilates, SportWalk and yoga > Sauna > Skate Park membership (Families only) > Strength Training Center > Teen activities > Therapeutic Swim and Aquacize > Warm-water instructional pool > Wellness Center > Wellness Coaches and assistance during all open hours > “Y-Fi� internet access > Zumba & Barre Fitness

Youth Facility Access

Youth ages 0-25 may become members of the Y on a Teen/Young Adult, Family I or Family II membership or by purchasing a day use pass. Free amenities with facility access include Child Watch, family swim, Story Time, family events and family fitness classes. Youth ages seven and up have inclusive access to the family fitness center and designated cardio and strength equipment after completion of a family orientation.

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GENERAL INFORMATION The Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA Seeks to Help People: > Exemplify core values in their daily living. > Develop a positive self-image. > Reach their fullest potential. > Develop and maintain strong family relationships. > Achieve and maintain overall physical fitness and mental well-being. > Become involved citizens in the community and in the world.

Code of Conduct

All individuals using the YMCA facilities are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the character, welfare, best interests and policies of the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA. Failure to do so may result in immediate dismissal from the premises and may result in termination of membership privileges.

Insurance

Health and accident insurance is not included in a Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA membership or program fees.

Going Green

The environment is important to us and we want to make a difference not only here at the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA, but in the communities in which we all live, work and play. We are taking steps to reduce our environmental footprint and provide opportunities for members and residents to participate in some environmental stewardship initiatives. Some of the things we are doing to help the planet include: > Using paper from well-managed forests. > Water conservation. > Initiating a branch-wide recycling program.

Interest List Policy

When a program, class or camp becomes full, an interest list is started. Should space become available, those individuals who are listed on the interest list are called in the order that they were placed on the list. The first person that is contacted is offered the available space. If we call and you are not at home, we will leave a message, but we cannot guarantee that the open space will still be available when you return our phone call. We will continue to call the remaining individuals on the interest list.

Adult, Youth & Family Changing Rooms

Our Youth and Family Changing Rooms are located next to the Splash Pad and can be accessed from the courtyard. Families may change together in our private changing stalls and youth 13 years and younger may change in our traditional boys and girls locker rooms. Open shower areas are provided for families and youth to rinse off before and after swimming. Suits must be worn when in these shower areas. Adults may use the family changing area only when accompanying their child. We do not rent youth lockers. Participants are encouraged to bring their own lock. For your convenience, we offer locks for sale at the Courtesy Counter.

American Disabilities Act

“The YMCA of San Diego County serves all people regardless of age, gender, race, color, national origin, religion, ethnicity or disability.� Questions regarding this policy may be directed to the YMCA of San Diego Team Headquarters at 858.292.9622.

Inclusivity Statement:

The YMCA is an organization open to all people. We welcome and value individuals of all age, race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, gender expression, ability, sexual orientation and financial circumstance. We are committed to having programs and services that embrace diversity, reflecting the people and needs of our community.

> Promoting ways to lead a greener lifestyle.

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Board of Management Jon Archer Pete Beauchamp Jay Bell Steve Brownell Dennis Cook Derek Davis Joe Delaney Mark Durfee Maureen Ecke Tiffany English Mike Fake Jack Good Robert Green Don Hubbard, Jr. Harjeet Kaur Joni Laura Michael McFarland Jim McLennan Dr. Robert Meade Dan Morilak Jeff Morris Elwyn Pompei Mary Purviance Julie Rader Debbie Rider Kathryn Rooney Mark Rowan Eric Schenk Ginni Schoenfeld Taylor Sides Scott Strom Kimberly Thorner Eugenia Welch Sheila Wirick Tom Woolway

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MEMBER INVOLVEMENT & VOLUNTEERING Stay Connected with E-Newsletters & Facebook

Stay connected! As a member, you will receive our monthly e-newsletter to receive member rewards, facility updates, urgent program updates, special event information and more. Join us on Facebook for current events and promotions.

Community Events

We offer various member and community events annually! These events are filled with exciting activities the whole family can enjoy. From toddlers to grandparents, everyone will find a fun and enriching environment to enjoy quality time together. Please look for event information at the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA, visit our website or contact Ann Conway, at ext. 12523, for the latest updates on our fun events.

Membership Appreciation Days

Stop by and enjoy complimentary healthy snacks as our way of showing our appreciation for our members. Dates and times announced week prior!

Volunteer Coaches

BECOME A YMCA VOLUNTEER!

The youth in our community need strong role models and leaders to help teach them the fundamentals of sports while incorporating the four core values of the YMCA (Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility). Make a difference in a child’s life and teach them teamwork in a fun, non-competitive environment.

Give the gift of time to your community!

Our Youth and Pee Wee Sports programs need volunteer coaches in order to make the programs a success. We ask that you attend one coaches meeting prior to the beginning of the season and volunteer your time for the nine-week season. Coaching will only involve two hours on Saturdays.

Volunteering at the YMCA

Both adult and teen volunteers play an active role within the YMCA. They serve on various committees, teach classes, lead caravans, fundraise, coach sports teams and provide office support. There are many YMCA programs looking for people who are willing to commit their time and special talents to the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA. The YMCA is looking to you to help make your YMCA even better! For more detailed information about volunteering opportunities, please read the following opportunities or visit our website.

For more information on volunteer coaching or to get your name on the coaching list, please contact Austin Rowe at ext. 12572.

Ambassadors Club

Ready to make a difference? Volunteer your time, energy and heart to support the great programs and causes of the Y. For more information, please call Ann Conway, ext. 12523.

Adult Volunteers

Meets first Monday of every month 10:30 am-12:00 pm

Any adult wishing to volunteer may apply online from our website. For more information, or to follow up on an application, please contact Monique Weitz at ext. 12516.

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Conference Room C

Jr. Ambassadors Club

A great opportunity for our teen members to be a part of our YMCA! Participants will volunteer in many departments here at the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA. A great chance to develop new skills and put leadership into practice while earning community service hours. Contact Chad Matkowski at ext. 12515 or cmatkowski@ymca.org for more information.

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YOUR INVESTMENT The Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA is a 501(c)(3)charitable organization and your partner in supporting our community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Please consider us in your charitable giving plans! The Y offers membership and programs on a sliding scale with scholarships available to those seeking a healthier and happier life but don’t have the ability to pay.

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YOUR IMPACT Partnering with 9 local agencies to provide enriching experiences to children and families in critical life situations. · Autism Society San Diego · Camp Operation Appreciation · Casa de Amistad · Challenged Athletes Foundation · Community Resource Center · Encinitas Union School District · Inclusion Program · Kinship Support Services Program · Los Angelitos de Encinitas, Inc. · Migrant Family Education Program

Attend an event to support the community!

Roof Raisers in May

Paul Ecke Jr. Poinsettia Ball in December

Bike-A-Thon in February

The 2017 Annual Campaign raised over $607,000 to fund outreach programs, scholarships and subsidize valuable programs to open our doors to all people of the community. Thank you to our generous supporters for making our mission possible!

Double your impact and ask your company’s HR department about charitable matching gifts programs.

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION Easy Ways to Register

Registration is required for all programs including one-day classes. A current medical release form must be on file in order to register for any class or program. Medical release forms are available on our website.

Walk-In Registration

The Registration Desk is open for class and program registration: Monday-Friday

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Sunday* 8:30 am-4:30 pm *Sunday registration hours change seasonally. Please check website for current hours.

Phone Registration 760.635.3050

The credit card registration phone line is open for class and program registration: Monday-Friday

7:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Gymnastics Phone Registration 760.635.3070

The credit card registration phone line is open for gymnastics registration: Monday-Friday Saturday

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9:00 am-12:00 pm

Closed on Sunday

YMCA Members receive the Member Rate: $92 | $110 Program participants (Non-YMCA Members) pay this rate.

Fax Registration 760.944.9329

FAX in your registration form available on our website.

We do not offer make-up classes. Classes and programs are prorated for the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Website Registration

Access Scholarship Program

Register online at www.ymca.org/ecke

Program Disclaimer

Class/program schedules, fees, instructors, policies and procedures are subject to change.

Sunday* 8:30 am-4:30 pm *Sunday registration hours change seasonally. Please check website for current hours.

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Our Scholarships provide opportunities for people of all ages to enjoy the member services and programs offered at the YMCA. Scholarships are made available for low-income families. Confidential applications are available at the Registration Desk during regular business hours. For more information, contact Cindy O’Brien at ext. 12558.


CREDITS & REFUNDS POLICY General Program Credit & Refund Policy

Some programs may have additional restrictions/policies; these will be noted with their program information. > If the YMCA cancels a class/program, registration and fees will be refunded at no charge. Please allow two to three weeks for processing. > If you wish to cancel your registration before the start date of the program, you will receive 100% of the program fee (less deposit or uniform fees if applicable) as a voucher or refund. > After the first meeting of the program, you may request a voucher or refund for 75% of the original program fee (less deposit or uniform fees if applicable). > After the second meeting of the program, no refund will be given (medical/special circumstances may be taken into consideration and partial fees may be refunded at the branch’s discretion). > Annual memberships may be cancelled at any time, with a prorated voucher/refund based on time used. This voucher may be used toward a new membership at another branch if the member wishes to transfer. > All memberships have a 30 day, money back guarantee. If a member isn’t happy within the first 30 days, we will fully refund their money. Joining fees are Non-Refundable. > Vouchers are valid at any YMCA in San Diego County for any program, membership or service.

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ACTIVE ADULTS

From pot-lucks, to field trips, seminars focused on fun, learning and volunteer roles, there are daily opportunities to be with friends, make new friends and be a part of a community. We create fun, challenge ourselves to grow, learn and participate in activities that strengthen our community. Join us as we create a memorable summer experience.

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EVENTS, WORKSHOPS, CLUBS, TRIPS & EXCURSIONS

The following unique and fascinating programs are offered on-site, tailored just for the specialized interests of our adult members. Please note: due to the nature of this program, all seminars, events, excursions, dates, times and fees are subject to change. For more information and specific dates and times of activities, please contact Ann Conway at ext. 12523.

Events

Hobby Clubs

Summer Solstice Potluck

Join us for an afternoon of fun and food outdoors in our Camp Corral. Bring your favorite dish to share with friends. June 12

12:00-2:00 pm

Camp Corral Free | $5

Y Spirit Clubs Ambassadors Club

Want to make a difference? Volunteer your time, energy and heart to support the great programs and causes of the Y. Meets first Monday of every month 10:30 am-12:00 pm Conference Room C

Heritage Club

Be a part of the YMCA Endowment Fund which ensures that children, families and seniors will continue to benefit from our Y programs and services for years to come. Your Heritage Club membership includes invitations to special events, exclusive publications and special recognition. Contact Ann Conway at ext. 12523 for more information.

Active Adult Fitness Call Sue Grant at ext. 18040 for information on the following YAA classes.

You don’t have to be an expert in a particular craft or topic; just a curiosity and a desire to learn a little more. Please register in advance.

FallProof™

Knitting Club

If you would like to reduce your risk of falling while improving your balance and mobility, this is the perfect program for you!

Work on your own projects in the company of others who share your craft as well as stories and good cheer. 2nd & 4th Mondays of the month 12:30-2:30 pm

Tuesday & Thursday

June 12 & 26 July 10 & 24 August 14 & 28

Studio 1

2:15-3:15 pm

October 2017 $102 | $128

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Fitness Evaluation for Seniors

Free for members

August Field Trip

A group fitness evaluation to assess upper and lower body strength, flexibility, aerobic endurance and dynamic balance. No more than 24 people will be tested at the same time.

Explore San Diego with our monthly field trips. We travel to Coronado, Cabrillo National Monument, Balboa Park and other awesome locations.

Group Evaluation Allow 2 hours for the testing

WATCH FOR THE FIELD TRIP FLYER FOR DATES & LOCATIONS.

Call for next scheduled evaluation. $14 | $18

Look for event information prior at the YMCA, visit our website, or contact Ann Conway at ext. 12523 for the latest update on our trips.

Individual Evaluation Contact Sue Grant at ext. 18040 or sgrant@ymca.org to schedule a private fitness test. $35 for members only

FYI Lecture Series, Support Groups & most hobby clubs are on vacation from June - August. These programs will return in September 2017.

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ADVENTURE CLUBS Hoya Hoya! Enjoy special time with your son or daughter in some of the best camping spots Southern California has to offer. Beyond hiking, kayaking, and fishing, you may also design and race your own pinewood derby car or star in a campfire skit. Monthly campouts include many long-standing traditions. Treasure time with your child while they learn and live the Six Aims values of the Adventure Clubs Program.

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ADVENTURE CLUB PROGRAMS One of the largest programs the YMCA offers, Adventure Clubs nurtures relationships between parent and child through camping and other outdoor activities, creating memories that will last a lifetime! The Adventure Clubs season runs from September to June, but we accept participants year-round. Organized geographically, you may attend one meeting and one scheduled weekend activity per month with your tribe and nation. Weekend activities may include a campout in the desert, mountains, beaches and even Catalina Island. All new participants must belong to a nation and tribe to register for the events. Visit the Adventure Clubs page on our website for more information on these events and other exciting excursions. Call Blaze Zarev at ext. 12554 or an Adventure Clubs Coordinator to join a tribe today!

Opening Day

What a great way to kick off the Adventure Clubs season. Hoya Hoya! This event will take place on Saturday, August 26 at the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA (see individual program information for times). Bring a new Adventure Clubs participant to Opening Day. When your friend registers for the program, you will be entered to win a FREE trip to Catalina (1 parent + 1 child).

Adventure Guides— Dads & Sons Ages 5-10 years September-June Redhawk, Falcon, Mohawk and Ahwahnee Nations Opening Day (Free Event at YMCA) Saturday August 26

1:00-3:00 pm

$100 | Program fee waived with a YMCA Family membership Please see website for campout and event fees.

Adventure Princesses—Dads Trail Programs Capture special time with your teen & Daughters

or pre-teen on exciting trips such as backpacking, mountain biking, horseback riding, white water rafting and more!

Ages 5-10 years September-June Bear, Spirit, Wildcat, Tahoe and Coyote Nations

Trailblazers: Dads & Sons Ages 9-15 years

Opening Day (Free Event at YMCA) Saturday August 26

September-June Opening Day (Free Event at YMCA)

10:00 am-12:00 pm

$100 | Program fee waived with a YMCA Family membership

Saturday August 26

Please see website for campout and event fees.

$65 | Program fee waived with a YMCA Family membership

Y-Explorers—Moms & Sons

Trail Mates: Dads & Daughters

1:00-3:00 pm

Ages 9-15 years

Take a trip with your son in the great outdoors! Monthly activities vary from day events to weekend-long campouts. Active campers, as well as moms new to camping, are invited to join with their son. Try kayaking, rock climbing, games and crafts. Treasure time with your son while he learns and lives the Six Aims values of the Adventure Clubs Program.

September-June Opening Day (Free Event at YMCA) Saturday August 26

10:00 am-12:00 pm

$65 | Program fee waived with a YMCA Family membership Please see website for campout and event fees.

Ages 5-10 years September-June Phoenix Nation Opening Day (Free Event at YMCA) Saturday August 26

1:00-3:00 pm

$65 | Program fee waived with a YMCA Family membership Please see website for campout and event fees.

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AQUATICS Teaching people how to swim has been one of the YMCA’s most effective tools in encouraging social responsibility, youth development and healthy living for over 150 years. Private and group lessons are available for infants up to seniors…it’s never too early or too late to learn to swim! Enjoy Family Swim in our recreational pool and play in the adjacent Splash Pad or swim laps in our competition pool.

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SWIM LESSONS All Summer Aquatic classes are held Monday/Wednesday/Friday or Tuesday/Thursday and run for two-week sessions. Classes held on Saturday run for five weeks. Sorry, we do not offer make-up classes. Credits and refunds require a doctor’s note for processing and approval. Aquatic schedules may be found on our website, at the Courtesy Counter or in the office at the Aquatic Center. Many of our swim lessons fill quickly, so advanced registration is recommended. Transitional sessions are not listed below, but are available from June 1-11. For more information about swim lessons, please call Michelle Gable at ext. 12565.

2017 Summer Swim Lesson Sessions

Participants should choose a Monday/Wednesday/Friday session, a Tuesday/Thursday session, a Saturday session or a combination of multiple sessions.

Registration will close the Thursday prior to the start of a session. Registration will re-open for late registration the Saturday prior to the session. All registrations will go through the Registration Staff located at the front desk.

SESSION

SESSION DATES

DAYS

SESSION 1

June 12-23 June 13-22 June 17-July 15

Monday, Wednesday & Friday Tuesday & Thursday Saturday *No class July 4 (fees prorated)

SESSION 2

July 26-July 7 July 27-July 6

Monday, Wednesday & Friday Tuesday & Thursday

SESSION 3

July 10-21 July 11-20 July 22-August 26

Monday, Wednesday & Friday Tuesday & Thursday Saturday

SESSION 4

July 24-August 4 July 25-August 3

Monday, Wednesday & Friday Tuesday & Thursday

SESSION 5

August 7-18 August 8-17

Monday, Wednesday & Friday Tuesday & Thursday

SESSION 6

August 21-30 August 22-31

Monday, Wednesday & Friday Tuesday & Thursday

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LESSON LEVEL SELECTOR WHAT AGE GROUP DOES THE STUDENT FALL INTO? 6 months-3 years

2 years-3 years

3 years-5 years

6 years-12 years

12+ years

PARENT* & CHILD: STAGES: A-B

PRESCHOOL: STAGE: C

PRESCHOOL: STAGES: 1-4

SCHOOL AGE: STAGES: 1-6

TEEN & ADULT: STAGES: 1-6

All age groups are taught the same skills but divided according to their developmental milestones.

WHICH STAGE IS THE STUDENT READY FOR? Can the student respond to verbal cues and jump on land? NOT YET

A / WATER DISCOVERY

Is the student comfortable working with an instructor without a parent in the water?

NOT YET

B / WATER EXPLORATION

Will the student go underwater voluntarily?

NOT YET

1 / WATER ACCLIMATION

Can the student do a front and back float on his or her own?

NOT YET

2 / WATER MOVEMENT

Can the student swim 0-15 yards on his or her front and back?

NOT YET

3 / WATER STAMINA

Can the student swim 15 yards of front and back crawl?

NOT YET

4 / STROKE INTRODUCTION

Can the student swim front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke across the pool?

NOT YET

5 / STROKE DEVELOPMENT

Can the student swim front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke across the pool and back?

NOT YET

6 / STROKE MECHANICS

*At the Y, we know families take a variety of forms. As a result, we define parent broadly to include all adults with primary responsibility for raising children, including biological parents, adoptive parents, guardians, stepparents, or any other type of parenting relationship.

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SWIM LESSON SESSIONS & FEES MATRIX SESSIONS

SESSION

DAY/DATES

SWIM STARTERS

WATER INDEPENDENCE

MWF 6/12 - 6/23

$60/$80

$95/$127

T/Th 6/13 - 6/22

$40/$53

$63/$84

Sat 6/17 - 7/15

$50/$67

$79/$105

MWF 6/26 - 7/7

$60/$80

$95/$127

T/Th 6/27 - 7/6

$40/$53

$63/$84

MWF 7/10 - 7/21

$60/$80

$95/$127

T/Th 7/11 - 7/20

$40/$53

$63/$84

Sat 7/22 - 8/26

$60/$80

$95/$127

MWF 7/24 - 8/4

$60/$80

$95/$127

T/Th 7/25 - 8/3

$40/$53

$63/$84

MWF 8/7 - 8/18

$60/$80

$95/$127

T/Th 8/8 - 8/17

$40/$53

$63/$84

MWF 8/21 - 8/30

$50/$67

$79/$105

T/Th 8/22 - 8/31

$40/$53

$63/$84

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Water Discovery

Water Independence

C

Water Acclimation

Water Movement

Water Stamina

Stroke Introduction

Stroke Mechanics

Stroke Development

TEEN/ADULT PRESCHOOL

SCHOOL AGE AM

PM

$71/$95

$77/$103

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$72/$96

$47/$63

$51/$68

$64/$85

$48/$64

$59/$79

$64/$85

$80/$107

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$71/$95

$77/$103

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$72/$96

$47/$63

$51/$68

$64/$85

$48/$64

$71/$95

$77/$103

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$72/$96

$47/$63

$51/$68

$64/$85

$48/$64

$71/$95

$77/$103

$72/$96

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$71/$95

$77/$103

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$72/$96

$47/$63

$51/$68

$64/$85

$48/$64

$71/$95

$77/$103

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$72/$96

$47/$63

$51/$68

$64/$85

$48/$64

$59/$79

$64/$85

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$60/$80

$47/$63

$51/$68

$64/$85

$48/$64

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SWIM LESSONS Preschool Age

Swim Starters Water Discovery and Exploration (6-36 months) (1:12 ratio) Parent Participation Stages A/B

A

In this stage, parents work with their children to explore body positions, floating, blowing bubbles, and fundamental safety and aquatic skills.

B

Parents accompany children in this stage, which introduces infants and toddlers to the aquatic environment through exploration and encourages them to enjoy themselves while learning about the water.

30 Minute Classes Swim Starter A Times Swim Starter B Times (*)

Days Monday, Wednesday & Friday Tuesday & Thursday

Saturday

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PM 2:30 3:40 2:30 3:05 3:40 5:25

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Stage C: Water Independence (2-3 years) (1:3 ratio) This class is designed to help children make a smooth transition from Swim Starters into a Water Acclimation class. Children will learn front and back floating, kicking, independent swimming, confidence in deep water and they will begin to develop breath control.

30 Minute Classes Days Monday, Wednesday & Friday Tuesday & Thursday Saturday

Times AM 9:00 10:30 8:40 10:25 8:30 9:40 10:50 11:15

PM 4:15 4:50 4:15 4:50


Preschool Age

Preschool Age Stage 1: Water Acclimation (3-5 years) (1:5 ratio)

Stage 2: Water Movement (3-5 years) (1:5 ratio)

Students develop comfort with underwater exploration and learn to safely exit in the event of falling into a body of water. This stage lays the foundation that allows for a student’s future progress in swimming.

In this stage, students focus on body position and control, directional change, and forward movement in the water while also continuing to practice how to safely exit in the event of falling into a body of water.

30 Minute Classes

30 Minute Classes

Days Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Times AM 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30

Tuesday & Thursday

8:40 9:15 9:50 10:25

Saturday

8:30 9:05 9:40 10:15 10:50 11:15 11:50

Days PM 2:30 3:05 3:40 4:15 4:50 2:30 3:05 3:40 4:15 4:50 5:25 6:00

Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Times AM 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30

Tuesday & Thursday

8:40 9:15 9:50 10:25

Saturday

8:30 9:05 9:40 10:15 10:50 11:15 11:50

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SWIM LESSONS Preschool Age

Preschool Age Stage 3: Water Stamina (3-5 years) (1:6 ratio)

Stage 4: Stroke Introduction (3-5 years) (1:6 ratio)

In this stage, students learn how to swim to safety from a longer distance than in previous stages in the event of falling into a body of water. This stage also introduces rhythmic breathing and integrated arm and leg action.

Students in this stage develop stroke technique in front crawl and back crawl and learn the breaststroke kick and butterfly kick. Water safety is enforced through treading water and elementary backstroke.

30 Minute Classes

30 Minute Classes

Days Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Tuesday & Thursday

Saturday

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PM 2:30 3:05 3:40 4:15 4:50 2:30 3:05 3:40 4:15 4:50 5:25 6:00

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Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Times AM 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30

Tuesday & Thursday

9:15

Saturday

8:30 9:40

PM 2:30 3:05 3:40 4:15 4:50 3:05 3:40 5:25


School Age

School Age

Stage 1: Water Acclimation (6-12 years) (1:6 ratio)

Stage 2: Water Movement (6-12 years) (1:6 ratio)

This stage is for non-swimmers with no experience in the water. Children are introduced to submerging independently, gliding on front and back and exiting the water.

This is an intermediate-level stage that focuses on independent swimming and proper movement in the water. Children learn side breathing at the wall, front and back glide independently, tread water, and swim float swim for 5 yards.

40 Minute Classes Days

Times

Monday, Wednesday & Friday

AM 9:40 10:20

Tuesday & Thursday

9:45 10:30

Saturday

9:45 10:30

PM 2:30 3:15 4:00 2:30 3:15 4:45

40 Minute Classes Days

Times

Monday, Wednesday & Friday

AM 9:00 9:40 10:20

Tuesday & Thursday

9:00 9:45 10:30

Saturday

9:00 9:45 10:30

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SWIM LESSONS School Age

School Age

Stage 3: Water Stamina (6-12 years) (1:8 ratio)

Stage 4: Stroke Introduction (6-12 years) (1:8 ratio)

This is an intermediate/advanced level stage that focuses on building endurance and beginning to refine basic movements. Students swim on front and back for 15 yards, tread water for one minute, and swim float swim for 25 yards.

This is an advanced stage where children will begin focusing on strokes and endurance. Children will learn freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly and diving. They will also continue practice of treading water, side breathing, and elementary backstroke.

40 Minute Classes

40 Minute Classes

Days

Times

Monday, Wednesday & Friday

AM 9:00 9:40 10:20

Tuesday & Thursday

Saturday

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PM 2:30 3:15 4:00 4:45 2:30 3:15 4:00 4:45 5:30

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Times

Monday, Wednesday & Friday Tuesday & Thursday

AM 9:00 10:20 9:00 10:30

Saturday

9:00 9:45 10:30

PM 2:30 2:30 4:00 4:45 5:30


School Age

School Age

Stage 5: Stroke Development (6-12 years) (1:8 ratio)

Stage 6: Stroke Mechanics (6-12 years) (1:8 ratio)

This is a stage for swimmers who already have knowledge of the four competitive strokes and are comfortable in the deep end. Students in this class will focus on developing strokes further and gaining the endurance to swim up to 50 yards. Swimmers will also continue practice of treading water and diving.

In this stage, students refine stroke technique on all major competitive strokes, learn about competitive swimming, and discover how to incorporate swimming into a healthy lifestyle.

40 Minute Classes Days

Times

Monday, Wednesday & Friday Tuesday & Thursday

AM 9:00 10:20 9:00 10:30

Saturday

Classes available Fall, Winter and Spring Sessions

Private & Semi-Private Swim Lessons

PM 2:30 4:00 2:30 4:00 5:30

Any Age Private lessons are offered once or twice weekly. Schedule is based on pool space, instructor availability and participant availability. Please arrange your own partner for semi-private lessons. Private and semi-private lessons often have a waiting list. For more information, or to schedule your private or semi-private lessons, please call ext. 12564.

9:00 10:30

Once or twice weekly

Adult & Teen Swim Lessons 13 years and older It’s never too late to learn how to swim! Small class sizes enable our swim instructors to focus on individual swimming needs. All abilities welcome.

Options Private Semi Private

Fees per lesson $34 | $45 $37 | $49

40 / 60 Minute Classes Days Monday, Wednesday & Friday Tuesday & Thursday Saturday

Times AM

8:00 - 9:00

PM 4:45 - 5:25 5:30 - 6:10

8:00 - 9:00

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SWIM TEAMS Team Blue

Riptides

The Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA Riptides Swim Team is comprised of all levels of swimmers, from novice to advanced. The Riptides are a USA swimming team that practices year round and competes locally with other USA and YMCA teams in San Diego. The Riptides strive to build endurance, self-confidence and discipline through an extensive program of dry-land and water based training under the tutelage of knowledgable and proven coaches. Dry-land training is an integral part of our swim program development. USA swimming seasons run from September-March for short course and April-August for long course. Promotion within lanes and teams are based on time standards, age, maturity, commitment and coaches’ approval. All of the team requirements can be found on the YMCA website.

Team Tryouts

Swimmers are required to attend a tryout before joining the team. The tryout includes a 200 freestyle warm up with flip turns, individual medley (IM) kick and swim. Basic knowledge of all four strokes is required before joining Team White. Wednesdays

6:30 pm

Team White

Our White Team is an introductory program for swimmers of all ages who are new to the sport of competitive swimming. The White Team focuses on technique, competitive fundamentals, and basic competitive skills such as diving and turns. Swimmers on our White Team are encouraged to compete in YMCA-league meets. All ages Monday-Friday

3:30-4:20 pm

$84 | $112

Monthly Fee

Our focus is on proper technique and performance in the four strokes; competition skills are refined; and a strong push for building overall endurance and fitness. Swimmers on the Blue Team should understand interval sets, how to read the pace clock and attend practices at least 3 days a week. A USA Swimming membership card is encouraged. All ages Monday-Friday $95 | $127

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Focus is on all aspects of competitive swimming including technique, endurance, speed, conditioning as well as commitment, dedication, discipline, camaraderie and competition. A USA swimming membership card and participation in a minimum of 4 meets in a season is required. Swimmers at this level should be committing to 4 practice days a week. 9 years and older Practice 4x/week Monday-Friday $118 | $157

5:00-6:45 pm Monthly Fee

Senior Team

Our senior level prepares swimmers for local competitions, high school, university and professional level teams. Focus is geared towards serious competition and discipline, year-round dedication and swimmers individual goals. Swimmers must be at least 12 years of age. Senior swimmers are expected to attend 5-8 meets per season including championship and travel meets. Swimmers must be able to complete 10 x 100 Freestyle on the 1:20 and 6 x 200 IMs on the 3:20. 12 years and older or with coaches approval, practice 5x/week $135 | $180

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Team Silver

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4:30-6:45 pm Monthly Fee

Summer Swim Team Doubles

Two-a-days are an integral part of being a senior level swimmer and participation is strongly encouraged for the Silver and Senior Team members. Training sessions focus on base building, active recovery and meet prep. Swimmers must also register and participate in their regular scheduled afternoon practices. Silver and Senior Only July 4-13 July 18-27 August 1-10 Tuesdays & Thursdays

9:00-10:30 am

$34 | $45

Registration Information

Team fees are encouraged to be paid via automatic draft. A form can be obtained in the Aquatics Office or through one of the coaches. Families with two or more children on the swim team receive a $10 discount for each additional child. A $20 fee will be charged for any non-draft monthly payment received after the 7th of each month.


RECREATIONAL SWIMMING Family Swim—Fun for the Entire Family!

Masters Swim

All individuals are required to have a wrist band for participation in Family Swim. Wrist bands are obtained from the Courtesy Counter. Children 6 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult in the swimming pool. Children 7-13 years must be accompanied by an adult into the swimming area and the guardian must remain in the pool area the entire time their children are in the pool. Those under the age of 14 years are required to take a swim test before participating in Family Swim. If the swim test is not passed, the swimmer(s) must wear a life jacket or be within arm’s reach of an adult guardian at all times. Flotation aids, other than U.S. Coast Guard approved life vests, are not permitted at any time. This program is free to members. Participants pay a day use fee at the Courtesy Counter.

This program provides pool time to participants 14 years of age and older who are training for an event or triathlon. Participants will work on improving strokes, speed and endurance. Members may swim any workout they desire. Drop-in passes for participants may be purchased at the Courtesy Counter. Monday-Friday

The following schedule runs June 12-August 28 Monday, Wednesday & Friday

7:00-8:00 am 12:00-12:45 pm 5:45-8:30 pm

Tuesday & Thursday .

Saturday Sunday

9:45-11:00 am

Therapeutic Swim

12:10-5:55 pm

Sunday

7:15-8:30 am

Free for members Non-Members pay day use fee: $20

7:00-8:00 am 6:40-8:30 pm

Saturday

6:00-7:15 am 11:45 am-1:00 pm

For active older adults, 50 years of age and over. Participants are welcome to use the pool equipment. No instruction is provided during this time.

11:00 am-5:55 pm

Free for members Non-Members pay day use fee: $20

LAP SWIMMING

Tuesday & Thursday

1:00-1:45 pm

Free for members Non-Members pay day use fee: $20

Participants 14 and older will enjoy this pool time for lap swimmers only. Lap swimming is permitted for capable children 7-13 years old with the supervision of a guardian. Lap swim is free for members. Participants pay a day use fee at the Courtesy Counter. Please refer to the monthly schedule for details on lane availability. Lap Swim Hours

Monday - Friday 5:00 am - 9:45 pm Saturday and Sunday 7:00 am - 5:55 pm

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ATHLETICS & SPORTS

Get into the game! Whether you are a rookie or seasoned athlete, the YMCA has a spot for you on our sports teams. Offering leagues for all ages and abilities, our Sports Department provides a safe and fun atmosphere for everyone.

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PEE WEE SPORTS The Pee Wee Sports program is a great way to introduce children to sports in a non-competitive atmosphere. Participants are divided into teams according to age groups. Volunteer coaches encourage the basics of the sport and team work. This program runs on Saturdays over an 8-week period. Each hour is broken into a 25-minute practice followed by a 25-minute game. The Pee Wee Sports program requires volunteer coaches to make it a fun and exciting learning experience. For more information on any Pee Wee Sports program, or to become a volunteer coach, please contact Austin Rowe at ext. 12572 or arowe@ymca.org.

Pee Wee Soccer Boys & Girls

3-5 years

Practice and games on Saturdays Ecke Sports Park $83 | $111

Registration Dates May 1-July 8

Season Dates July 22-September 16

Coaches Meeting July 8 Youth Center

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YOUTH SPORTS Our Youth Sports programs require volunteer coaches to make this experience fun for the kids. If you are interested in volunteer coaching, or for more information on any Youth Sports program, please contact Austin Rowe at ext. 12572 or arowe@ymca.org

Registration Dates

Season Dates

May 1-July 8

July 22-September 16

Assessments

Coaches Meeting

July 8

July 8 Youth Center

Arena Soccer

Arena Soccer has all the excitement of playing outdoor soccer with the added fun of passing and dribbling off the walls. In Youth Arena Soccer, every child gets a chance to play and learn the game. All participants will receive an award and a jersey. Note: Additional divisions may be made coed based on enrollment. Boys & Girls Coed Divisions

6-11 years 12-17 years

Warm up and games on Saturdays Assessments held at YMCA Arenas. Times will be based on age and last name. Schedule will be posted two weeks prior. YMCA Arenas $101 | $134

Basketball

The Youth Basketball league plays 5-on-5 with modified rules for each division. The program is designed to teach the basic fundamentals of the game in a positive and fun atmosphere. Each participant will receive a jersey and an award. Coed

6-12 years

Practice and games on Saturdays Assessments held in YMCA Gymnasium. Times will be based on age and last name. Schedule will be posted one week prior. YMCA Gymnasium $91 | $121

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3D BOX LACROSSE EXPERIENCE 3D Lacrosse is looking to bring your game to the next level. At Box Immersion Camp, the focus will be on player development and lacrosse IQ. During the four days you will see dramatic improvements in your game. The tempo of practice and the box environment creates situations that force you to get out of your comfort zone. We will bring in real box goals and have our goalies dressed in the proper equipment, giving you the real box experience by shooting on 4x4 nets with box goalies. Along with getting your 3D Box training, you and your teammates will learn Box nuances. Included will be 5 man offensive, 2 man game, Box man up, Box man down, Face offs, transition offense and defense, on ball screens and picks, off ball screens and picks, and total team concepts. All your box training will lead up to playing a game at your specific age group during one or more of your sessions. Constant repetition and hundreds of touches in four days will help you learn these new fundamentals and bring them home to use on the field. There will be 25+ hours of box lacrosse training over the 5 day camp. Skill development at Box Immersion Camp will have a focus on: Finishing / Faking / Catching in traffic / Team defensive concepts / Deceptive shooting / Feeding / Defensive footwork / Dodging in tight confines / Cutting Cycling / Picking / Screening / Power Play. Inquiries should be directed to Don Culbertson at ext. 12518.

Schedule Youth League 6-14 years old 9:00 am-3:00 pm July 24 - July 28 YMCA Arenas $295 | $350

Daily Schedule Check-in | 8:30-9:00 am First Session | 9:00-11:30 am Lunch | 11:30 am - 12:15 pm Pool | 12:15-1:00 pm Second Session | 1:00-3:00 pm

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ADULT SPORTS We are a unique YMCA thriving on a strong community base and a long list of lifetime Adult Sports league participants. Enjoy healthy competition, meet new friends and get moving with one of our Adult Sports leagues. Thank you to all of our new and returning participants alike, we look forward to having an outstanding season! All league inquiries should be directed to Don Culbertson at ext. 12518 or Juan Cruz at ext. 12586.

Important League Information > A $100 deposit is needed to hold a spot for any team entering our league. Full payment is due prior to the start of the first game of the season. > Teams comprised of 50% or more active YMCA members qualify for the lower member rate. > All adult leagues are for participants ages 18 and older. > Each player must be in possession of valid identification while participating in our programs. > All adult soccer participants must have a valid YMCA player’s card to enter the arenas. > All Adult Sports leagues start at 6:00 pm and end at 10:00 pm. The only exception is our softball league, which finishes at 10:25 pm. > Games will start promptly. Please arrive with adequate time to be ready to start by game time. > A minimum of four teams in each division is needed or teams will be combined with another division. In the event teams cannot be combined, the division will be cancelled and refunds will be issued by the Adult Sports Director. > The utmost level of sportsmanship is expected of all our Adult Sports program participants. The YMCA reserves the right to suspend players from future participation due to behavior and actions that go against our code of conduct. > League rules, registration packets and rosters are available on our website. For the Adult Sports Hotline and weather updates, please call 760.635.3030.

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Basketball

Our Adult Basketball program continues to grow and we are looking forward to yet another fantastic year. Registration is limited to teams only. We highly recommend that all team managers register early to ensure your team is guaranteed a spot for the upcoming season. A team may secure a spot with a $100 deposit. Registration fees cover a nine-game season plus playoffs, referees, score staff and championship shirts for the top team. Men’s Open 18+

Monday

Men’s Open 18+

Wednesday

Men’s 30+

Sunday

Game start times Monday & Wednesday

6:00-9:00 pm

Sunday

2:00-6:00 pm

Registration opens April 1 Season: July 9-September 24 All schedules and league information will be emailed to managers prior to the start of the season. Games played in the Gary Biszantz Family Gymnasium $450 | $600

Sunday

$500 | $625

Monday-Wednesday

Basketball Pick-Up

Pick-up games are open to all levels, 18 years and older. Note: All days and times are subject to change for special events, holidays, low participation or new programs.

Soccer

Our Arena Soccer leagues offer a variety of play from recreational and fun to highly competitive leagues. Play consists of five players plus a goalkeeper. The use of metal cleats is prohibited and participants are required to wear shin guards. Due to the popularity of our arena program, early registration is highly encouraged. A team may secure a spot with a $100 deposit. Registration covers a ninegame season plus playoffs, referees, scoring staff and championship shirts for the top team. Women’s Open

18+ Monday

Women’s 30+

Monday

Men’s Open 18+

Tuesday

Men’s Open 18+

Wednesday

Soccer Pick-Up

Open to all players 18 and older. Games will be purely recreational in nature with the emphasis placed on fun and fitness. Sunday 18+ COED Wednesday & Friday 30+ COED

7:00-10:00 pm 7:00-9:00 am

Thursday 7:00-9:00 am (Women only on West Arena) Note: When Camps are in session, games must end by 8:30 am on weekdays. YMCA Arenas Free | $20

Softball

All games start between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm, except Sunday Coed games start between 1:00 pm and 6:00 pm.

Slow pitch softball is a great way to have fun with friends old and new while getting fresh air and exercise. We encourage all our existing and new teams to register early to ensure a spot. Teams may secure a spot with a $100 deposit. Registration fees cover a nine-game season plus playoffs, umpires, league administration and championship shirts for the top team.

Gary Biszantz Family Gymnasium

Registration opens April 1

Free | $20

Season: July 9-September 24

Coed Open

Tuesday

Men’s Open

Thursday

Tuesday & Thursday

11:30 am-1:00 pm

Friday Sunday

7:00-10:00 pm North Court only 7:00-10:00 am

Coed Open 18+

Thursday

Coed 30+

Friday

Coed Open 18+

Sunday

Men’s 30+

Sunday

All schedules and league information will be emailed to managers prior to the start of the season. YMCA Arenas $600 | $772

Games start between 6:00 pm and 9:15 pm Registration opens April 1 Season: July 22-September 7 Ecke Sports Fields $490 | $618

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CAMPS

Camps are designed to give your child unique experiences that challenge their natural curiosity and highlight their specific interests while developing meaningful relationships between caring adult role models and campers. Spend a week or more at the YMCA during any school break and let your child engage in this wonderful experience.

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SUMMER CAMP HIGHLIGHTS The Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA is an industry leader for summer camps across the nation! Based on your feedback, we’ve organized a summer plan that includes more options for you and your family. In order to get the most out of the summer, we encourage you to take advantage of the discounts listed below. For a full list of our Summer Camp programs, pick up our 2017 Summer Camp Guide or visit our website. For more information on our camp program, please contact the camp office at ext. 1602. LOW DEPOSITS: Only $25 to reserve your spot in any camp! The final balance is due 7 days prior to the first day of the camp.

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CHILDCARE

We take pride in offering the best childcare and preschool programs in the county. Our well-trained YMCA staff provides a safe and nurturing environment for your child to laugh, learn and grow.

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CHILD WATCH, KIDS CLUB & INFANT CENTER Welcome to the Child Watch Center! Children ages 6 weeks to12 years on a Family Membership have a safe and fun place to play while you enjoy the use of our facilities for up to two hours. Child Watch is made up of three areas: Infant Center, Child Watch and Kids Club. Parents must stay on site at the YMCA facility while using Child Watch. For more information please call the Child Watch Coordinator at ext. 12546. Infant Center, Child Watch and Kids Club is available first come, first serve. Infant Center

Childcare for our youngest members starts at six weeks in our Infant Center. Infant care is provided in a separate room with an eight baby maximum. Our 1:4 ratio, along with caring, well-trained and experienced staff, affords your infant the best care in North County. We will feed your child a pre-prepared bottle that you provide, and nurture your little one in a warm and welcoming environment. You and your baby will feel safe and supported in our center. Parents must remain on site while using the Infant Center. First come, first served.

Child Watch Center

We provide care for children up to age twelve. When the Infant Center and Kids Club are closed all children will be cared for in the Child Watch Center. Child Watch offers age-appropriate activities, toys and art materials for all ages. Parents must remain on site while using the Child Watch Center. First come, first served. 7:45 am-2:00 pm 3:00-7:30 pm 7:45 am-2:00 pm

6 weeks-22 months (approximately)

Saturday & Sunday

Monday-Friday

Closed 2:00-3:00 pm on weekdays.

Saturday

8:45 am-12:00 pm

Closed Sunday

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Kids Club is for children ages six to twelve years. We offer age-appropriate activities for this specific age group. Kids Club is only available during after school hours and school breaks. Parents must remain on site while using Kids Club. First come, first served. 6-12 years Monday-Friday

6 weeks-12 years Monday-Friday

7:45 am-2:00 pm

Kids Club

Saturday & Sunday

3:00-7:30 pm* 7:45 am-2:00 pm

*Extended hours on weekdays during school breaks: Open 7:45 am-2:00 pm (closed 2:00-3:00 pm).


PRESCHOOL

The Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA offers several different preschool programs to meet the differing needs of families. At the YMCA site, we offer a full day program for children 2-5 years old and one part day classroom. At our Flora Vista site, we offer a part day program for children 3 year olds on Tue/Thu and for 4 year olds on Mon/Wed/Fri. For more information about Preschool located onsite please contact ext. 12589. For information about the Flora Vista Preschool program, please contact ext. 12588.

Philosophy

We believe children are strong, capable learners who learn best—both intellectually and socially—through exploring, investigating and practicing in a warm, homelike environment. Our preschool teachers provide opportunities for children that stimulate their cognitive, social, emotional and physical development at every age level.

Curriculum

Our approach to learning is based on the Creative Curriculum and the emergent learning philosophy. All of our preschool programs are developmental programs designed to help children learn through play. Through play, children learn social skills like sharing and taking turns, self-help skills like serving their own snack and making their own cots, and kindergarten readiness skills like how to hold a pencil, write their name, use scissors, learn the letters of the alphabet and practice early math readiness skills. The role of our teachers is to extend and deepen children’s ideas and theories. Through careful observation, documentation, thoughtful questions and deep reflections, our teachers work in partnership with the children to negotiate curriculum, extend thinking and develop lesson plans.

Preschool Tours

Tours of our preschool located at the YMCA facility are given every Thursday at 9:15 am. For a tour of our preschool program at Flora Vista, please schedule an appointment by calling Krista Kollenda at ext. 12588.

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PRESCHOOL Registration & Fees

We enroll year-round. To register you will need the following: Emergency contact and pick up information Doctor and health insurance information and immunization records. $50 registration fee* $200 tuition deposit or first month’s tuition* *Registration fee waived for Y Family Members. These fees are NONREFUNDABLE.

2017-2018 School Year

Once registered for preschool, families pay a monthly flat rate through the Automatic Transfer System (ATS) and use the hours they need per enrollment. The ATS process will deduct your tuition fees from your credit card, checking or savings account. Cancellations and all changes to your child’s enrollment must be received in writing two weeks in advance.

Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA YMCA Preschool at Flora On-Site Year Round Full Day Vista Part Day Program

LICENSE #376700490 (follows Encinitas School District Schedule, August-June).

Program

LICENSE #372005598 2 years

6:30 am-6:30 pm

Monday-Friday $1248 | $1308 Monday, Wednesday $832 | $840 & Friday Tuesday & Thursday 3-5 years

$571 | $577

6:30 am-6:30 pm

Monday-Friday $1087 | $1386 Monday, Wednesday $724 | $1139 & Friday Tuesday & Thursday

$497 | $731

August-June Part Day Program

Children must be potty-trained.

Must be potty-trained 3 years

4 years (Pre-K)

3 years

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Tuesday & Thursday

$416 | $452

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Monday, Wednesday $557 | $562 & Friday

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The Flora Vista preschool program runs in partnership with the school district’s own special needs preschool program on the campus of Flora Vista Elementary School. Our general education, play based preschool classroom is for the family who is looking for a part day option—two days for 3-year-olds and three days for 4-year-olds. The Flora Vista program runs from August to June and is closed for all school holidays and breaks in the Encinitas Union School District. A special component to the program is children learn acceptance and inclusion by participating with EUSD’s Special Education preschool classroom in the form of mainstreaming.

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Tuesday & Thursday 4 years (Pre-K)

$396 | $424

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Monday, Wednesday $479 | $512 & Friday

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AFTER SCHOOL CARE The Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA is proud to provide a safe, structured and creative environment to kindergarten through sixth grade students in our After School Programs. Required registration forms may be found on our website, at our front desk or at the school offices we serve. For more information, please contact Cameron Greene at ext. 12581.

YMCA School-Age Care Curriculum

Our programs offer a wide variety of structured enrichment activities that allow your child to explore their creativity while learning new things. Our core components are: > Arts and Humanities > Character Development > Health, Wellness and Fitness > Homework Assistance > Literacy > STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math > Community Building > Social Competence and Conflict Resolution

Y-Club (A.S.E.S.) PROGRAM

The Y-Club (A.S.E.S) Before/After School Program at Capri Elementary is operated in partnership with our YMCA and EUSD. The program is designed to supplement the academic school day through Literacy, Homework Help and Social/Educational Enrichment. This program is free to families; the funding is provided by the State of California which mandates that children attend Monday through Friday for at least half the morning and/or half the afternoon programming hours. August-June Before school care runs 6:30 am to school start. After school care runs from school dismissal to 6:00 pm. Held at Capri Elementary School 941 Capri Road, Encinitas 760.525.1839

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Character Builders Licensed Program

Come join our After School Care family! This program is designed to enrich your child’s day with academic support, extracurricular activities, meaningful relationships, and so much more! Students will be given a daily snack, participate in outdoor activities, receive homework support, and participate in our amazing enrichment clubs. Transportation Skate For more information and program availability, contact the YMCA at 760.942.9622. Scholarships are available for families that qualify. Contact Cindy O’Brien at ext. 12558 for more information. During the school year, all payments must be paid by Automatic Transfer System from a checking account on the 10th of the month or a credit card on the 15th of the month. Fees are calculated on a set rate based on the number of days in the current school year including all minimum days. August-June After school care runs from school dismissal to 6:00 pm. Schools with pick up: Capri, Ocean Knoll, Park Dale Lane, Paul Ecke Central Note: Students ride a bus when transported to the YMCA. Held at the YMCA Youth Center 760.423.9459 $298 | $351 $221 | $260

5-days a week 3-days a week*

$50 Yearly registration fee (waived for children on a Family Membership) *Must pick 3 days at time of registration California State Licensing 372005978

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DANCE

Dance with the best! Here at the Y, we have an incredible team of dedicated professionals who are able to instill our core values of respect, caring, honesty and responsibility in dancers without losing a single drop of technical quality. Our instructors all have immense talent and are committed to increasing the dance potential in each and every one of their students.

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PARENT/TOT DANCE Our Parent/Tot Dance classes are a fun introduction to the world of dance. Discounted prices for enrolling in multiple classes per week are applicable for combinations of classes and styles of dance (must register by phone or in person to receive this discount). Please contact the Dance Department at ext. 12594 for more information. Story Time

Let your child’s imagination run wild! Join us for interactive story time. Each week we’ll read an award-winning book and enjoy themed activities, games, puppet play, songs, and crafts. Tuesday

12:00-12:20 pm

Courtyard

Parent/Tot Ballet & Tap: 2-3 Years

Your child will learn the basics of ballet and tap while you participate and have fun too! Moms, dads and grandparents welcome. Children come in dance attire with ballet and tap shoes. Adults come as you are. Wednesday

Free for members

Creative Kids: 2-5 Years

Thursday

10:00-10:50 am | S3 |

Saturday

9:00-9:50 am | S3 |

Sing, dance and create in this fun, high energy class. We’ll make crafts, boogie down with creative movement dances, march in musical bands, play games. Attire: comfortable play clothes.

May 3-31 June 3-28 July 1-29 August 5-30

Friday

$43 | $57 $76 | $102

10:00-10:50 am | MUC |

May 5-26 June 2-30 July 7-28 August 4-25

Studio 3 | S3 |

Multi Use Center | MUC | $43 | $57 $76 | $102

1 class/week 2 classes/week

Parent/Tot Hip Hop: 2-3 Years

Your child will learn the basics of hip hop while you participate and have fun too! Thursday

10:30-11:20 am | MG |

May 4-25 June 1-29 July 6-27 August 3-31 Mega Studio | MG | $43 | $57 $76 | $102

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PRESCHOOL DANCE Our Preschool Dance classes are a wonderful transition between Parent/Tot classes and our Youth Dance program. Discounted prices for enrolling in multiple classes per week are applicable for combinations of classes and styles of dance (must register by phone or in person to receive this discount). Please contact the Dance Department at ext. 12594 for more information.

Transitional Twos: 2-3 Years

This class is designed for children who have taken Parent/Tot dance classes and are ready to move on up. Transitional twos will help transition dancers from Parent/Tot Ballet & Tap to a 3-4 year Ballet & Tap class. No parent participation. Monday

10:00-10:50 am | S3 |

May 1-29 June 5-26 July 3-31 August 7-28

Ballet & Tap: 3-4 Years

Thursday Saturday

Monday

11:00-11:50 am | S3 |

Tuesday

9:00-9:50 am | TZ | 10:00-10:50 am | S3 |

Wednesday

9:00-9:50 am | TZ | 10:00-10:50 am | S3 | 3:30-4:20 pm | TZ |

Thursday

11:00-11:50 am | S3 | 3:00-3:50 pm | S3 | 3:30-4:20 pm | TZ |

Friday

10:00-10:50 am | S3 | 3:30-4:20 pm | S2 |

Saturday

9:00-9:50 am | TZ | 10:00-10:50 am | S3 | 10:00-10:50 am | TZ |

Imagination and creativity are used to teach basic ballet and tap skills. Traditional music, terms and steps introduced in a fun format. Fees include a studio performance and costume.

A dream is a wish your heart makes. Ditch the dress code and come to class in your favorite princess or prince attire. Don’t be surprised when Ariel or Belle stop by! 3:30-4:20 pm | S2 | 9:00-9:50 am | MUC |

May 4-27 June 1-29 July 1-29 August 3-31 Studio 2 | S2 | Multi Use Center | MUC |

Studio 3 | S3 | $58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

Princess Dance: 3-6 Years

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

$58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

Hip Hop Heroes: 3-6 Years Boom! Pow! C’mon now…what could be more fun than learning sweet hip hop and break dance moves with your favorite super hero? Thursday

May 1-31 June 1-30 July 1-31 August 1-31

4:30-5:20 PM | S2 |

Tumble Zone | TZ | Studio 2 | S2 | Studio 3 | S3 |

May 4-25 June 1-29 July 6-27 August 3-31

$58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

Studio 2 | S2 | $58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

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YOUTH DANCE | 4-6 YEARS

Our youth dance classes are fun, healthy and challenging. Discounted prices for enrolling in multiple classes per week are applicable for combinations of classes and styles of dance (must register by phone or in person to receive this discount). Please contact the Dance Department at ext. 12594 for more information.

Youth Dress Code

Policies No parents/guardians allowed in the studio during class time. The only exception is the last ten minutes of the last class of each month. Sorry, we do not offer make-up classes. Please see page 11 for our general refund and credit policies.

Ballet & Tap: 4-6 Years

Basic introduction to classical ballet and tap. Focus is on having fun while learning terms, feet and arm placement, dance etiquette and technique. Tuesday

11:00-11:50 am | S3 | 3:00-3:50 pm | S3 | 11:00-11:50 am | S3 | 3:30-4:20 pm | S3 |

Wednesday Friday

11:00-11:50 am | S3 | 4:30-5:20 pm | S2 |

Saturday

11:00-11:50 am | S3 |

Sunday

10:00 am-10:50 am | S3 |

May 2-31 June 2-30 July 1-30 August 1-30

We value the integrity of our program and require students to follow the dress code. When a child puts on their uniform it helps them mentally prepare to focus in class. Visit our website for specific dress code for each class. Leotards, tights, ballet and tap shoes are available for purchase in the Studio 3 office.

Hip Hop: 4-6 Years

High energy boys and girls will have a blast learning hip hop basics and introductory break dance moves to today’s popular music in this fun, age-appropriate class. Wednesday

3:30-4:20 pm | S2 |

Sunday

9:00-9:50 am | S3 |

May 3-31 June 4-28 July 2-30 August 2-30 Studio 2 | S2 | Studio 3 | S3 | $58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

Studio 2 | S2 | Studio 3 | S3 |

$58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

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Performances

The YMCA’s Dance Department offers several performances per year. See page 49 for more information on our summer production.

Youth Classes

Children attending the YMCA preschool can be safely brought to afternoon classes by the preschool staff. Subject to availability of class offerings. See preschool for more information.


YOUTH DANCE | 6-9 YEARS Ballet: 6-9 Years

Classical ballet with strong emphasis on technique, choreography, placement and discipline. Wednesday

4:30-5:20 pm | S3 |

Friday

2:00-2:50 pm | S3 |

Saturday

1:00-1:50 pm | S1 |

Tap: 6-9 Years

Studio 1 | S1 | Studio 3 | S3 | $58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

Jazz: 6-9 Years

May 4-25 June 1-29 July 6-27 August 3-31 Studio 3 | S3 |

Rehearsals:

$58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

5:00-5:50 pm | S3 |

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

Each class will build on a strong technique base and full body isolations for warm up, followed by a more contemporary dance combo to finish.

Hip Hop: 6-9 Years

Thursday

Monday

4:00-4:50 pm | S2 |

Friday

3:30-4:20 pm | MG |

4:00-4:50 pm | S3 |

May 4-25 June 1-29 July 6-27 August 3-31

Little Mermaid Join the dance department’s summer production! Features various dance styles including: tap, hip hop, jazz, musical theatre, and more. Concurrent enrollment in at least one technique class required.

Thursday

May 5-27 June 2-30 July 1-29 August 4-26

SUMMER PRODUCTION

Fun and challenging; this class promotes a combination of rhythm, timing and coordination. Students develop musicality through various barre, center and crossfloor exercises and routines. Focus is on proper techniques, clear taps and appropriate speed.

Saturdays, June 3 – July 29 6-9 years: 2:00 – 2:50 pm 9-14 years: 3:00 – 3:50 pm Performance: Friday, August 4 Location: TBD

Bust a move! High energy boys and girls will have a blast in this YMCA-approved hip hop style and choreography class.

Fee: $142 | $189 No costume fees. There will be a small fee for tickets.

May 1-29 June 2-30 July 3-31 August 4-28

Studio 3 | S3 | $58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

Ballet & Tap: 6-9 Years

Studio 1 | S1 |

Studio 2 | S2 | Mega Studio | MG | $58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

Expand learning in classical ballet and tap. Focus is on having fun while learning terms, feet and arm placement, dance etiquette and technique. Wednesday

4:30-5:20 pm | TZ |

Thursday

4:30-5:20 pm | TZ |

May 3-31 June 1-29 July 5-27 August 2-31 Tumble Zone | TZ | $58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

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YOUTH DANCE | 9-14 YEARS Ballet: 9-14 Years

Focus on ballet technique, body placement, posture, balance, flexibility and coordination using Classical music. This class meets the requirement for Expressions Jazz Team. All Levels Friday Saturday

3:00-4:20 pm | S3 | 1:30-2:50 pm | S3 |

Intermediate/Advanced* Thursday 6:00-7:20 pm | S3 | May 4-27 June 1-30 July 1-29 August 3-31

Jazz: 9-14 Years

Each class will build on a strong technique base and full body isolations for warm up, followed by a more contemporary dance combo to finish. This class meets the requirement for Expressions Jazz Dance Team. All Levels Tuesday

4:30-5:50 pm | S3 |

Intermediate/Advanced* Wednesday 6:00-7:20 pm | S3 | May 2-31 June 6-28 July 5-26 August 1-30

$58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

Hip Hop: 9-14 Years

$34 | $45 per 45 minutes

$58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

Tap: 9-14 Years

Learn fundamentals, popping, tutting, mainstream studio hip hop and freestyle. Work on musicality, choreography and individuality. This class meets the requirement for Expressions Hip Hop Dance Team.

Fun and challenging; this class promotes a combination of rhythm, timing and coordination. Students develop musicality through various barre, center and crossfloor exercises and routines. Focus is on proper techniques, clear taps and appropriate speed.

All Levels Monday Wednesday Friday

All Levels Tuesday Sunday

4:00-5:20 pm | S3 | 6:00-7:20 pm | MUC | 4:30-5:50 pm | S3 |

Intermediate/Advanced* Monday 7:00-8:20 pm | S3 | May 1-31 June 2-30 July 3-31 August 2-30

Studio 3 | S3 |

Multi Use Center | MUC | Studio 3 | S3 | $58 | $78 $104 | $140 $141 | $186

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

*Intermediate/advanced classes by audition or invitation only. Contact Dance Department at ext. 12594.

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One-on-one instruction in ballet, tap, jazz, or hip hop. Your instructor will personalize each lesson to your individual needs. Contact the Dance Department at ext. 12594 for instructor availability. $26 | $35 per half hour

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Private Dance Lessons

1 class/week 2 classes/week 3 classes/week

$50 | $66 per hour


EXPRESSION DANCE TEAMS Looking for rising stars to join this fun group of dancers who perform at local, non-competitive events throughout San Diego County. Teams are for girls and boys 9-14 years of age. Jazz Dance Team Wednesday

4:30-5:30 pm (Level 1) 5:00-6:00 pm (Level 2)

$132 | $176 monthly Includes Wednesday rehearsal and up to 3 technique classes per week. $178 | $237 monthly Includes Wednesday rehearsal and up to 5 technique classes per week.

GOALS

To be dedicated and passionate dancers. To enhance dance technique and performance skills. To explore different dance styles and choreographers.

$50 one-time uniform fee.

To be uplifting and positive teammates.

See page 50 for technique class options. Level 2 and intermediate/advanced technique classes by invitation only.

To be role models and mentors to our peers and younger students.

Hip Hop Dance Team Monday

5:30-6:30 pm (Level 1) 6:00-7:00 pm (Level 2)

$132 | $176 monthly Includes Monday rehearsal and up to 3 technique classes per week. $178 | $237 monthly Includes Wednesday rehearsal and up to 5 technique classes per week.

*Intermediate/advanced classes by audition or invitation only. Contact the Dance Department at ext. 12594.

To positively represent the Y in our community; to be honest, caring, responsible, and respectful to ourselves, our teachers, our teammates, and our community. Dance qualifies for middle school Independent Study P.E.

$50 one-time uniform fee. See page 50 for technique class options. Level 2 and intermediate/advanced technique classes by invitation only.

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ADULT & TEEN DANCE Our adult dance classes are tailored to welcome all levels, especially beginners. Step into the studio and see what all the fun is about! You can ‘drop-in’ for a single class or purchase a class card. Class cards valid all days, times and styles. Class cards are non-refundable. Belly Dance

Open to all levels. Intrigue the mind and stimulate the body. A fun, fabulous way to express yourself! Tuesday

12:30-1:50 pm | S2 |

Studio 2 | S2 | $6 | $8 $30 | $40 $60 | $80 $120 | $160

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Classical Ballet

Latin Ballroom

Partners and singles welcome. Learn basic steps tan terminology, leading and following, how to move comfortably around the dance floor and proper dance etiquette. Wednesday Studio 3 | S3 | $6 | $8 $30 | $40 $60 | $80 $120 | $160

A good class for beginning and intermediate dancers. Focus is on technique and placement to build core strength, flexibility, balance and coordination. Come in yoga or dance attire with ballet shoes or socks. Monday

12:00-1:20 pm | S3 |

Tuesday

7:30-8:50 pm | S3 |

Wednesday

12:00-1:20 pm | S3 |

Thursday

7:30-8:50 pm | S3 |

Saturday

12:00-1:20 pm | S3 |

Studio 3 | S3 | $6 | $8 $30 | $40 $60 | $80 $120 | $160

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Tap

Get your stomp on! Increase muscle tone and overall health in this fun, energetic class. Monday

9:00-9:50 am | S3 |

Thursday

9:00-9:50 am | S3 |

Studio 3 | S3 | $6 | $8 $30 | $40 $60 | $80 $120 | $160

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Adult Hip Hop - NEW

Come groove with us! Enjoy a great work out while learning the latest hip-hop styles. Open to all levels. Sunday

12:00-1:20 pm | S2 |

Studio 2 | S2 | $6 | $8 $30 | $40 $60 | $80 $120 | $160

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FAMILY PROGRAMS

From Adventure Club programs, to dance and gymnastics classes, to family swim time, there is something for every member of the family at the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA. Get fit with our complimentary KickStart Wellness program or enjoy one of our many family-friendly classes, including indoor cycling, Zumba, yoga and Pilates. We welcome you and your family to join us in our commitment to youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

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FAMILY ENRICHMENT Adventure Clubs

Parents and children have a chance to bond over fun-filled weekends where groups go camping, hiking, kayaking and much more. See page 15 for details.

Aquatics

For additional information, please contact Michelle Gable at ext. 12565.

Family Swim Fun for the Entire Family!

All individuals are required to have a wrist band for participation in Family Swim. Wrist bands are obtained from the Courtesy Counter. Children 10 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult in the swimming pool. Children 11-13 years must be accompanied by an adult into the swimming area and the guardian must remain in the pool area the entire time their children are in the pool. Those under the age of 14 years are required to take a swim test before participating in Family Swim. If the swim test is not passed, the swimmer(s) must wear a life jacket or be within arm’s reach of an adult guardian at all times. Flotation aids, other than U.S. Coast Guard approved life vests, are not permitted at any time. This program is free to members. Non-members pay a day use fee at the Courtesy Counter. The following schedule runs June 12-August 28

Dance

For more information, please contact the Dance Department at ext. 12594.

Creative Kids: 2-5 Years

Sing, dance and create in this fun, high energy class. We’ll make crafts, boogie down with creative movement dances, march in musical bands, play games. Attire: comfortable play clothes. Friday May 5-26 June 2-30 July 7-28 August 4-25 Multi Use Center | MUC | $43 | $57 $76 | $102

Your child will learn the basics of hip hop while you participate and have fun too! Thursday

$43 | $57 $76 | $102

Saturday 12:10-5:55 pm Sunday 11:00 am-5:55 pm Free for members Non-Members pay day use fee: $20

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Your child will learn the basics of ballet and tap while you participate and have fun too! Moms, dads and grandparents welcome. Children come in dance attire with ballet and tap shoes. Adults come as you are. Wednesday

9:00-9:50 am | S3 |

Thursday

10:00-10:50 am | S3 |

Saturday

9:00-9:50 am | S3 |

May 3-31 June 3-28 July 1-29 August 5-30 Studio 3 | S3 | $43 | $57 $76 | $102

Let your child’s imagination run wild! Join us for interactive story time. Each week we’ll read an award-winning book and enjoy themed activities, games, puppet play, songs, and crafts. Courtyard Free for members

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1 class/week 2 classes/week

Story Time

Tuesday

Mega Studio | MG |

Tuesday & Thursday 7:00-8:00 am 6:40-8:30 pm

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May 4-25 June 1-29 July 6-27 August 3-31

7:00-8:00 am 12:00-12:45 pm 5:45-8:30 pm

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1 class/week 2 classes/week

Parent/Tot Hip Hop: 2-3 Years

Monday, Wednesday & Friday

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Parent/Tot Ballet & Tap: 2-3 Years

12:00-12:20 pm


FAMILY ENRICHMENT Gymnastics

Open Gym Workouts

Participants may attend an Open Gym workout. Pre-registration recommended.

Gymventures Mommy/Daddy & Me

Children will be introduced to gymnastics skills in a fun environment. Requires full parent participation.

6-15 years

Boys & Girls

Saturday

10 months-2½ years

Monday

10:00-10:45 am

Tuesday

9:00-9:45 am 10:00-10:45 am

Wednesday

10:00-10:45 am

Thursday

9:00-9:45 am

Friday

9:00-9:45 am

Saturday

9:00-9:45 am

$66 | $88 $104 | $138 $136 | $181

Friday

6:30-8:00 pm

$11 | $14 *$9 | $12

11:00 am-12:00 pm* per day per day

Must have a current Medical Release and Liability Waiver on file to participate.

1x per week 2x per week 3x per week

Gymventures Open Gym in the Tumble Zone

Participants are welcome to come and play at the gym. Parents must be within an arms reach of their children. 6 months-5 years Monday

11:00 am-12:00 pm

Tuesday

11:00 am-12:00 pm

Wednesday

12:00-1:00 pm

Thursday

12:00-1:00 pm

Friday

11:00 am-12:00 pm 5:30-6:30 pm

Saturday

11:00 am-12:00 pm

$7 | $10

per hour

Must have a current Medical Release and Liability Waiver on file to participate.

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BIRTHDAY PARTIES The Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA provides parties that are sure to make your birthday a memorable celebration! Sign up in person at the YMCA or call our Registration line. Aquatics Party

Aquatic Birthday Parties are held on Saturdays and Sundays from 5:00-7:00 pm. The first hour will take place in a conference room, and the second hour will be in the instructional pool and splash pad. Parties can accommodate up to 50 people in the water. All Ages $200 | $275

Dance Party

Jump, jive, twist, spin and leap into your next year with a dance party! An hour and a half of instruction with a professional dancer, movement warm-up, dance games and activities followed by a half hour for refreshments (provided by parent). Call ext. 12594 for information and to schedule a party. 3-12 years

For more details contact the Aquatics Department at 760.942.9622, ext. 12565 or mgable@ymca.org

Creative Kids Party

Have two hours of fun for your child on their special day! For an hour-anda-half: play games, sing songs, dance, enjoy story time and make a craft to take home. The last 30 minutes is dedicated to serving refreshments (provided by parent). Call ext. 12594 for information and to schedule a party. 18 months-6 years $208 | $277 for up to 15 guests + $10 for each additional guest

$208 | $277 for up to 15 guests + $10 for each additional guest

Gymnastics Party

Bounce, swing and jump in the pit at a gymnastics party! Enjoy the gym with coaches and then celebrate with cake, ice cream, etc. (provided by parent). Parents may decorate the area however they desire. A refrigerator and freezer are available for your convenience. Call 760.635.3070 to schedule a party. Tumble Zone Party (5 years & under) Gymnastics Center Party (6 years & older) Saturdays or Sundays Call for available times $250 | $325 for 1.5 hour party for up to 15 guests (including the birthday child) + $10 | $12 charge for each additional child after 15 children. + $50 charge for an additional 30 minutes. Requires a $50 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT.

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Martial Arts Party

Kick-start your birthday with Sensei Shane Rivera. Participate in Freestyle Karate/Tae Kwon Do for 1.5 hours with non-stop action and fun-filled activities. Must be scheduled two weeks in advance. Call ext. 12581 for information and to schedule a party. 5 years and older $208 | $277 for up to 15 guests + $10 for each additional guest

Skate Party

Come out to the park and celebrate your birthday! The YMCA will provide: instructor/host invitations, party area, cake, gift bags, party t-shirt and utensils. Call ext. 12591 for information and to schedule a party. All birthday party participants must be at least 6 years old and have a valid Skate Park Waiver. Must provide own board, pads & helmet. $225 | $265 3 hours for up to 10 participants + $15 for each additional guest Child celebrating birthday must be a Skate Park member.


FITNESS & WELLNESS With over 190 free weekly exercise classes, 10 workout areas, an extensive free weight area for functional movement and dozens of personalized fitness options, the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA is dedicated to helping you meet your health and wellness goals.

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FITNESS CLASSES INCLUDED WITH MEMBERSHIP We can help you meet your wellness goals! Find classes that enhance specific skills like flexibility, cognitive health, cardiovascular fitness, balance and muscular strength. Current fitness class schedules are available at the Courtesy Counter or on our website. Non-members pay the appropriate day use fee.

Aquatic Fitness

The support and resistance of the water offers many benefits to enhance strength, improve range of motion in the joints and improve quality of life!

Cardio & Dance Classes Move to the beat as you strengthen your heart and lungs. Dance-based classes offer the fun of fancy footwork as you exercise.

Child & Family Fitness

Try one of over 30 fitness classes for the entire family! Most weekday group fitness classes starting on or after 5:00 pm are family friendly (for children 7-12 with a parent/guardian).

Flexibility & Strength Classes designed to enhance your flexibility and/or muscular strength and endurance.

Class Benefits

Our fitness classes are designated with the following tags highlighting the benefits of participation. Please see our current Fitness Class Description sheet on our website or pick up a printed copy at the Courtesy Counter for details on each class.

Flexibility Enhances joint range of motion and lengthening of muscle fibers while improving coordination and reducing stress.

Mind & Body

Classes that enhance the connection between the mind and body. We offer Yoga, Pilates, Somatics and Meditation classes.

Outdoor Fitness

We offer many outdoor fitness options providing a great way to get fit while having fun and enjoying the great outdoors!

Class Icons

Our fitness classes are designated with the following icons to help members navigate the classes which best suit their needs. Please see our current Fitness Class Schedules and Description sheet on our website or pick up printed copies at the Courtesy Counter. GS

Cardiovascular Fitness

A great place to begin or restart your exercise program.

Strengthens the heart and lungs for efficiency. I/A

Core Stability

Improves proprioception and reduces the risk of falling.

Muscular Strength

Cognitive Health Enhances neuromuscular activity and helps improve mind/body connection through specified movement patterns.

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FF = Family Friendly

Ages 7-12 with a parent.

YAA

Increases strength and enhances muscular development and coordination.

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= Intermediate/Advanced Higher intensity & advanced instruction provided.

Strengthens the deep abdominal muscles and improves postural alignment.

Balance

= Getting Started

= Y Active Adult Friendly

Classes designed for active adults ages 55+ as well as beginning and returning exercisers.

= Baby Friendly

Babies in carriers welcome.


WATER FITNESS CLASSES You can get a great aerobic workout in the pool! Water Fitness moves your body and pumps your heart without putting undue strain on your joints. Whether you are young or old, perfectly healthy or recovering from an injury, extremely fit or just beginning, the pool is a great place for you. Water Fitness is a wonderful prenatal workout, too. Our Water Fitness classes are open to participants 13 years and older. Parental consent is required for ages 13-17. The classes are free to members. There is no need to sign up, just come on in! Non-members are required to purchase a day use pass at the Courtesy Counter before attending class. For more information, call Angela Hunter at ext. 12576.

This class schedule is effective June 12-August 31. Please see our online schedules for the most current information.

Aqua Fit

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These classes are extremely popular! They are designed to improve aerobic endurance, build strength and increase flexibility. Non-swimmers are welcome. Monday, Wednesday 8:00-8:55 am & Friday Monday, Wednesday 12:45-1:25 pm & Friday Sunday

10:00-10:55 am

Instructional Pool †

Aqua Interval

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Friday

12:45-1:25 pm

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A high intensity cardio and strength training workout in the water. Shallow and deep options offered. Instructional Pool

Aqua Mind/Body

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Yoga in the water. Enjoy the benefits of a warm water environment while you practice yoga. Improve your range of motion, strength and balance while you reduce your stress. Movement is linked to the breath, creating awareness and relaxation. Sunday Instructional Pool

9:00-9:55 am

Deep Water Aerobics

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Tuesday & Thursday

12:15-1:00 pm

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These classes can help burn fat, tone muscles and improve fitness levels in the safe and supportive environment of the swimming pool where the water does the supporting work, leaving you to exercise efficiently without joint pain.

Deep water aerobics is a powerful non-impact workout. Enjoy lots of fun movement using the unique resistance of the water. Flotation belts are available for buoyancy and resistance tools will also be used. This great workout is easy on the joints! Tuesday & Thursday 7:15-8:00 am 8:15-9:00 am 7:30-8:25 pm* Saturday

Hydro Healing

Instructional Pool

8:35-9:30 am †

Competition Pool *Instructional Pool MAIN PHONE 760.942.9622

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CHILD & FAMILY FITNESS

Try one of over 30 fitness classes for the entire family! Most weekday group fitness classes starting on or after 5:00 pm are family friendly (for children 7-12 with a parent/guardian). The following classes are free for members. Non-members pay the appropriate day use fee. Current fitness class schedules are available at the Courtesy Counter, on our website, or on our MobileFit App. For more information, contact Angela Hunter at ext. 12576.

FF

Look for the Family Friendly symbol on our fitness schedules for family friendly classes.

Family Yoga

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Fun and playful Hatha Yoga class combining breath awareness, warm-up exercises, yoga postures, games, stories, inner stillness and visualization practice.

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A safe fitness class for those women who are pregnant or have recently delivered. This class offers a balanced practice of safe and effective stretching and strengthening postures, deep breathing and relaxation exercises. Infants with parent/guardian or expectant mothers

Cycle Family

5 years and older with parent/ guardian

Family Zumba®

Adaptive Yoga

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I/A CF

Cardio workout performed to music on specially designed stationary bikes. GS

CF

Enjoy a cardio dance workout taught to World Beats.

7 years and older with parent/ guardian

5 years and older with parent/ guardian

Family Fit

CF

MS

A high energy boot camp-inspired class for familiesthat incorporates games and sports skills. 5-12 years and older with parent/ guardian

Lil’ Boucin’ Buddies

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Enjoy a cardio dance workout taught to World Beats. Kids can join the party in our kids only class. 18 months to 4 years and older with parent/guardian

Preschool Yoga

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Age-appropriate poses, fun breathing exercises and games for little ones. 3-5 years with parent/guardian

Kid Friendly Yoga

F

CS

B

Kids can experience the same mind/ body benefits of a traditional yoga class. 5-12 years with parent/guardian

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ISPE: Independent Study P.E. The ISPE program provides Jr. High and High School students the opportunity to earn P.E. credits at the Y. Each student identifies their goals and implements an individualized fitness program designed to help the participant achieve those goals. The student’s ISPE fitness program may include a wide variety of group fitness classes including studio cycling, yoga, aerobics and strength training. The student’s successful completion of the program is supported with the ongoing help and guidance of the Y’s ISPE Coordinator and Coach. Progress is monitored and attendance logs are submitted and reviewed throughout the semester. At the end of the school semester, the ISPE Coordinator submits a Coach Evaluation to the school in accordance to the school district’s requirements. ISPE participants must be YMCA members and pay an additional program fee. For additional information, please contact the ISPE Coordinator, Carolyn Mack, at ext. 12513 or cmack@ymca.org. $153 for one semester | $282 for the school year

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OUTDOOR FITNESS With such beautiful weather and scenery, why confine yourself to working out inside the gym? The Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA offers many outdoor fitness options providing a great way to get fit while having fun and enjoying the great outdoors! Listed here are programs we offer free to members (non-members pay the appropriate day use fee). SportWalk

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I/A CF

Get a breath of fresh air and a great workout at the same time! Almost anyone can walk, from beginner to advanced race walker, so join us and see Encinitas from a new perspective‌ SportWalking! Contact Shannon Hughes at ext. 12573 for more information. See current fitness schedule for days and times. Meet in the Main Lobby five minutes before class.

SportWalk Lite

Extreme Fit

I/A CF

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Exercise in the fresh air and get a great total body workout! Boot Camp combines cardio drills, balance training, core conditioning, weights and challenging large muscle group exercise. Bring a towel or mat for ground work. See current fitness schedule for days and times.

Running Club

I/A CF

If you are interested in a 4-6 mile run, please join a group of dedicated runners who do both trail and coastal runs. All levels welcome.

Trail Hiking

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If you are a senior, entry level walker, returning or rehabilitating from an injury or surgery, then this is the class for you. Prepare to walk 60 minutes at a lite to moderate pace while letting your body safely adapt to the demands of walking. Warm-up, cool down and appropriate stretching included in each class.

IS

This program is for everyone who loves a brisk walk, hills and being outdoors with wonderful friends! Join us one Saturday each month for a beautiful and lively walk on our local trails. For updates and directions, join the hiking email list by contacting Sue Grant at sgrant@ymca.org.

Intermediate/Advanced

This class includes various walk terrains including beach, sand, hills and steps. Walking technique is instructed in the class and no one is left behind. Truly a unique aerobic challenge and a chance to meet some new friends. Warm-up, cool down and appropriate stretching included.

Hikers may either depart from the YMCA or meet at the trail head at the designated time. Updated schedule on our website.

Distance Training

See current fitness schedule for days and times.

Experience the ultimate power walk intensity level! Prepare to work out for a full hour and a half on the streets of Encinitas covering 6-7 miles.

Group meets in the Main Lobby.

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GETTING STARTED The Strength Training Center and adjacent Cardio Room offer a complete line of strength training and cardio equipment. The newly upgraded Functional Training Center area, offers a complete line of free weights, stretch equipment and dynamic training options. All cardio machines are equipped with personalized TV viewing screens. An instructor is available in the Strength Training Center to answer questions. Our welcoming Wellness Center upstairs features a full circuit of strength training machines, treadmills, upright and recumbent bicycles and elliptical cross-trainers. A Wellness Coach is available to answer questions and provide assistance. Fitness Centers and orientation programs below are included with YMCA membership. Non-members pay the appropriate day use fee. Due to YMCA of San Diego County liability requirements, all personal training and/or instruction must be provided by the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA Fitness staff only. No exceptions!

Kick Start

KickStart is a FREE program that provides you with an easy-to-follow plan and cutting-edge fitness equipment. You will not be alone in the process! In three meetings over 30 days, our Wellness Coaches will help you set attainable goals and will provide the ongoing support necessary for your success.

Fitness Class Introduction Clinic

This 30-minute clinic is designed for those who need assistance navigating our fitness schedule. Meet with our staff to design a workout schedule to meet your needs and fitness goals. Call Cheri Pogeler at ext. 12584 to schedule an appointment.

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Equipment Orientation

Individuals 13 years and older should utilize this session to familiarize themselves with the Wellness Center. An instructor will help design your fitness program and show you how to use the center’s equipment.

Family Orientation

Families are encouraged to workout together (children ages 7 and up). Family orientations are required prior to using the facilities and will cover exercise technique, etiquette and safety protocols. Parents must remain actively engaged with their children while in workout areas. Wrist bands are required for children ages 7-12 and will be given at check-in.

InBody Consultations

Meet with a fitness professional that will utilize the INBody 570 to lead you through a body composition analysis that includes more than 20 measurements including: Weight, Muscle Mass, Body Fat Mass, Metabolic Weight and Body Fat Percentage. $15 for members Call Angela Hunter at ext. 12576 to schedule an appointment.

Teen Orientation

Required for members 13-17 years, this orientation teaches basic fitness principles, proper use of the facility and equipment, as well as correct form and technique. The Teen Orientation consists of two sections: (1) quiz and (2) equipment orientation. Participants must complete both parts.

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PERSONAL TRAINING & SMALL GROUP PROGRAMS Check for flyers in the Functional Training Center for additional small group training programs!

Personal Training Programs Personal Training

Your trainer will work with you oneon-one to guide and motivate you through a safe and effective 55-minute session geared to your fitness level and goals. We offer: Functional/Core Training, Sport-Specific Training, Post Rehabilitation, Balance and Reaction Time Training. Contact Shannon Hughes at ext. 12573 for more information.

Partner Training

10 session package | $470 $47 per session

20 session package, per person Partner | $560

New Client Special: 5 for $199 (one time opportunity) Note: 24-Hour notice is required for cancellations. Appointments cancelled without notice will be charged full price. Training sessions are NONREFUNDABLE.

Strength & Conditioning Program

Olympic lifting and power lifting meets boot camp and cardio conditioning! Combining the attention of personal training with the energy and value of group training, this program offers a full-body workout that emphasizes fun, functional movements done at relatively high intensity. No two workouts are the same, forcing you and your body to adapt, leading to continual progress and away from plateau and boredom. Feel better, move better, perform better and look better. Contact Carrie Myers at ext. 12579 for more information.

10 session package, per person Partner | $330 15 session package, per person Partner | $465

20 session package | $860 $43 per session

Maximize efficiency, time and effect in a small group training atmosphere.

5 session package, per person Partner | $175

5 session package | $245 $49 per session

15 session package | $675 $45 per session

Small Group Programs

Groups of two people will work with one of our certified personal trainers who will guide and motivate you through a safe and effective 55-minute session geared to everyone’s fitness level and goals. Contact Carrie Myers at ext. 12579 for more information.

Small Group Training

Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Groups from three to five people will work with one of our certified personal trainers who will guide and motivate you through a safe and effective 55-minute session geared to everyone’s fitness level and goals. We offer: Functional/Core Training, Sport-Specific Training, Post Rehabilitation, Balance and Reaction Time Training. Contact Carrie Myers at ext. 12579 for more information.

6:00-7:00 am

Mega Studio $140 | $195

per monthly session

5 session package, per person Small Group | $160 10 session package, per person Small Group | $280 15 session package, per person Small Group | $390 20 session package, per person Small Group | $440

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SMALL GROUP CLASSES & PILATES Small Group Classes Total Body Ax

Dynamic strength conditioning class working all muscle groups on specialty Queenax equipment.

Glide

Combination of strength, flexibility & low intensity cardio utilizing glide equipment.

FSM

Kettlebell specialty classes. Fee Per Class: $25 member

$203 $329

To reserve your place in Small Group Training classes come by the Functional Training Center with proof of purchase and ask the instructor to sign you up. Payment for classes accepted at the Registration desk or Courtesy Counter. PLEASE BRING YOUR PAPER RECEIPT TO CLASS AND GIVE TO YOUR INSTRUCTOR. If you are not at your class within 10 minutes of the start time, you will be charged and your spot will be given away. Kindly cancel 24 hours in advance.

Schedule and fees subject to change. Questions? Call Carrie Myers at 760.942.9622 x12579 or cmyers@ymca.org.

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Payment is due before each session begins. Purchase sessions at the Courtesy Counter, at the Registration Desk or by calling the Registration line. Medical clearance may be required for certain conditions. 24-Hour notice is required for cancellations. Appointments cancelled without notice will be charged full price. One private session is required before beginning semi-private training. Fees are non-refundable. To make an appointment with one of our trainers, call Cheri Pogeler at ext. 12584.

Private & Semi-Private Pilates

SAVE BY PURCHASING IN BULK: 10 sessions 20 sessions

Pilates

Your trainer will work with you one-on-one or with a partner to guide and motivate you through a safe and effective 55-minute session on the Pilates apparatus. PRIVATE $72 $257 $488

per session 4-pack 8-pack

SEMI-PRIVATE $55 $193 $357

per session 4-pack 8-pack

Group Reformer Pilates

A trainer led workout for up to three members utilizing the Pilates Reformer to sculpt long, lean muscles and enhance range of motion. To schedule a session, call Cheri Pogeler at ext. 12584. For members only $34 $124 $232

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NUTRITION PROGRAMS

Our Y Nutrition programs provide, you with the tools, knowledge and support to improve your health and reach your weight management goals. The Evolution Nutrition program can improve your heart health, help you manage your blood sugar and lose body fat. It’s about real food and real results for real change.

Evolution Nutrition

Frequently Asked Questions:

How much weight will I lose? Many people lose the most weight their first week because they are losing some water weight along with their fat loss. The meal plans are designed to give you a safe, effective weight loss of 1-2 lbs per week. Do I have to follow my Meal Plan exactly? No. The studies show by following your meal plan just 80% of the time you will still get results. You can dine out on the weekends and your Wellness Coach will teach you how to make substitutions.

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Why does this program cost money? In addition to having the accountability and support of a Wellness Coach, the meal plans are designed by Registered Dietitians. If you went outside the Y, you would find the average cost to see a Registered Dietitian is about $100 an hour.

Work one-on-one with a Certified Nutritionist to reach your nutrition and body composition goals. You will receive personalized menus designed by Registered Dieticians as well as convenient grocery lists and easy to follow recipes. You’ll track your progress with weekly weigh-ins and measurements. Get real support, eating real food for real change!

How is this different? Evolution Nutrition is different in that its database has over 65,000 food choices and provides an accurate breakdown of their carbohydrate, protein and fat calories.

Contact registration to purchase sessions. Angela will contact you to schedule your first appointment.

Will this work for me? Evolution Nutrition is not a diet. It is a program that will help you make real behavioral changes that will stick. It gives you the tools and support to take what you know you want to do for yourself and actually do it.

1 Week Trial Now Available! $31 | $39 Jump Start 3 Week Program $76 | $95 Jump In 6 Week Program $126 | $158

More Questions? Call Angela Hunter at 760.942.9622 x12576 or arhunter@ymca.org

Jump On 12 Week Program $201 | $251 Note: Programs purchased are non-refundable.

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GYMNASTICS Tumble into our Gymnastics Center and Tumble Zone for first-rate instruction in a fun and safe environment. Whether you are a recreational gymnast or bound for the Olympics, we have a program for you!

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GYMNASTIC PROGRAMS All participants are required to register with the Gymnastics Center only. All classes and programs run in monthly sessions. There are no prorated fees or make-ups for sickness or vacation. For more information about our program, please call the Gymnastics Center at 760.635.3070 or visit our facility at 6100 Avenida Encinas, Carlsbad, 92011. Private Lessons

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Gymnastics Center Hours

YMCA Main Facility 200 Saxony Rd

Encinitas Blvd Monday-Friday 9:00 am-7:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am-12:00 pm Closed on Sunday

Program Information

Sessions run on the calendar month. Registration is for specific days and times. Fees are per monthly session unless otherwise indicated.

Registration Information

Priority registration for current participants runs the 1st-15th of the previous month. Open enrollment for new students begins on the 17th of the previous month.

Open Gym Workouts

Call Gymnastics registration line for more information.

Participants may attend an Open Gym workout. Pre-registration recommended.

Days and times will be arranged $34 | $45 $56 | $75

6-15 years

per half hour per hour

Friday Saturday

Semi-Private Lessons

6:30-8:00 pm 11:00 am-12:00 pm*

$11 | $14 *$9 | $12

Designed for two or three students only. Call Gymnastics registration line for more information.

per day per day

Days and times will be arranged

Must have a current Medical Release and Liability Waiver on file to participate.

$23 | $30 $30 | $40

Adaptive Gymnastics

per half hour per hour

This class is for children with special needs. Activities will be adapted to the level of the child’s ability.

Gymventures Open Gym in the Tumble Zone

Participants are welcome to come and play at the gym. Parents must be within an arms reach of their children.

Contact the Gymnastics Center for more information.

6 months-5 years

6-15 years

Monday

11:00 am-12:00 pm

Saturday

Tuesday

11:00 am-12:00 pm

$71 | $94

Wednesday

12:00-1:00 pm

Thursday

12:00-1:00 pm

Friday

11:00 am-12:00 pm 5:30-6:30 pm

Saturday

11:00 am-12:00 pm

$7 | $10

per hour

8:00-8:55 am per day

An additional fee will be charged to sessions that have a 5th day of class.

Must have a current Medical Release and Liability Waiver on file to participate.

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PRESCHOOL CLASSES Gymventures Tiny Tumblers

Children will learn basic skills on floor exercise, bars, balance beam and vault in this introduction to gymnastics. The class will increase confidence, coordination and develop listening skills. Boys & Girls Monday & Friday Mondays only

Gymventures Mommy/Daddy & Me

Children will be introduced to gymnastics skills in a fun environment. Requires full parent participation. Boys & Girls

10 months-2½ years

Monday

10:00-10:45 am

Tuesday

9:00-9:45 am 10:00-10:45 am

Wednesday

10:00-10:45 am

Thursday Friday

9:00-9:45 am 9:00-9:45 am

Saturday

9:00-9:45 am

$66 | $88 $104 | $138 $136 | $181

1x per week 2x per week 3x per week

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This class serves as a transition from Mommy/Daddy and Me to the Tiny Tumblers. Parents participate when necessary. Boys & Girls Monday

2½-3 years 9:00-9:45 am

Tuesday Wednesday

9:00-9:45 am 10:00-10:45 am 9:00-9:45 am

10:00-10:45 am 11:00-11:45 am

Thursday

10:00-10:45 am 11:00-11:45 am

Friday

10:00-10:45 am

Saturday

10:00-10:45 am

$66 | $88 $104 | $138 $136 | $181

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1x per week 2x per week 3x per week

9:00-9:45 am 10:00-10:45 am 3:30-4:15 pm 4:30-5:15 pm 5:30-6:15 pm

Tuesday

9:00-9:45 am 10:00-10:45 am 3:30-4:15 pm 4:30-5:15 pm 5:30-6:15 pm

Wednesday & Thursday

9:00-9:45 am 10:00-10:45 am 11:00-11:45 am 3:30-4:15 pm 4:30-5:15 pm 5:30-6:15 pm

Saturday

9:00-9:45 am 10:00-10:45 am

$66 | $88 $104 | $138 $136 | $181

Gymventures Transitional Twos

3-4 years

1x per week 2x per week 3x per week


GIRLS CLASSES Novice—Ages 5-7

Girls will concentrate on learning basic skills in floor exercise, bars, balance beam and vault. Monday-Friday

Saturday $71 | $109 $144 $174

3:30-4:25 pm 4:30-5:25 pm 5:30-6:25 pm 9:00-9:55 am 10:00-10:55 am

$94 | $146 | $189 | $231

1x per week 2x per week 3x per week 4x per week

Novice—Ages 8+

Girls will concentrate on learning basic skills in floor exercise, bars, balance beam and vault. Schedule and fees same as Novice ages 5-7.

Level 1

A progression from our Novice program. Monday-Friday

Saturday $71 | $109 $144 $174

$94 | $146 | $189 | $231

3:30-4:25 pm 4:30-5:25 pm 5:30-6:25 pm 9:00-9:55 am 10:00-10:55 am 1x per week 2x per week 3x per week 4x per week

Level 3

Youth Tumbling

This class is designed for advanced girl gymnasts, Level 3 and above, who do not wish to compete, but want to continue learning higher level gymnastics skills.

This class is designed to teach tumbling skills primarily used in cheer and dance. Beginning through advanced skills. Girls

Monday & Wednesday 3:30-5:30 pm Tuesday & Thursday

5:30-7:30 pm

$174 | $231

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Participants will learn the basics of Rhythmic Gymnastics. Additional class times will be added based on interest. Register for this class at the main facility. Classes are held in the YMCA main facility gymnasium.

6:00-7:30 pm

Tuesday

3:30-4:25 pm 6:30-7:25 pm

$94 | $127

Monday

$71 | $94

Tuesday

This class is designed for female participants in junior high or high school to work on specific tumbling skills. 12-18 years

5 years and older

$71 | $94 $109 | $146

Monday

Teen Tumbling

Beginner Monday, Wednesday & Friday

6-12 years

Monday and/or Wednesday

4:30-5:30 pm

$94 | $127 $144 | $189

1x per week 2x per week

6:00-7:30 pm 1x per week 2x per week

Intermediate 5 years and older Monday, Wednesday & Friday $94 | $127 $144 | $189

4:30-6:00 pm 1x per week 2x per week

Level 2

Girls are introduced to more advanced skills in floor exercise, bars, balance beam and vault. Dance skills are introduced. Monday-Friday

3:30-5:00 pm

Monday-Thursday

5:30-7:00 pm

$94 | $127 $144 | $189 $185 | $248

1x per week 2x per week 3x per week

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BOYS CLASSES Boys five years and older may participate in gymnastics classes that will provide guidance and instruction on how to use the various boys’ gymnastics equipment. LEVEL 1

Boys will learn basic skills on all equipment in this introductory class. They will be taught proper body positioning and skill name recognition. The class will increase confidence, coordination and attentiveness. 5 years and older Monday

3:30-4:25 pm 4:30-5:25 pm

Tuesday

3:30-4:25 pm 4:30-5:25 pm 5:30-6:25 pm

Wednesday

3:30-4:25 pm 4:30-5:25 pm

Thursday

3:30-4:25 pm 4:30-5:25 pm

Friday

3:30-4:25 pm 4:30-5:25 pm

Saturday $71 | $109 $144 $174

9:00-9:55 am 10:00-10:55 am

$94 | $146 | $189 | $231

Level 3

Boys will learn intermediate to advanced skills on all boys’ events. 5 years and older Tuesday and/or Thursday

5:30-6:55 pm

Wednesday

3:30-4:55 pm

Friday

3:30-4:55 pm

$94 | $127 $144 | $189 $185 | $248

Non-Competitive Boys

Designed for advanced gymnasts who do not wish to compete, participants will be taught to progress to more difficult gymnastics skills. Monday & Friday $144 | $189

1x per week 2x per week 3x per week 4x per week

Level 2

Boys will learn basic and intermediate skills on floor exercise, pommel horse, rings, vault, parallel bars and high bar. 5 years and older Monday

3:30-4:25 pm

Tuesday

4:30-5:25 pm

Thursday

5:30-6:25 pm

Saturday

10:00-10:55 am

$71 | $109 $144 $174

$94 | $146 | $189 | $231

1x per week 2x per week 3x per week 4x per week

An additional fee will be charged to sessions that have a 5th day of class.

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COED CLASSES & COMPETITIVE TEAMS Competitive Teams

Coed Classes Trampoline & Tumbling

This class teaches beginning and intermediate skills on the tumble trax, trampoline and tumbling on the floor. Boys & Girls Beginner Wednesday $71 | $94 $109 | $146

6 years and older 3:30-4:25 pm 1x per week 2x per week

Parkour

An obstacle course training program teaching you to get from point A to B using fun acrobatic movements. Boys & Girls Wednesday $81 | $107

6 years and older 6:00-7:00 pm

Boys Competitive Team Level 4-10

Gymnasts must have a serious commitment to the competitive aspect of the sport. Depending upon competitive level, training will be set up for 3 to 5 days a week for a total of 6 to 20 hours a week. Students will be evaluated individually to determine their training schedule.

Contact Laura Madamba at ext. 12604 for more information.

Girls Competitive Team Level 4-10

Contact Quin Shannon at ext. 12603 for more information.

Boys Development Pre-Team

6 years and older

5-7 years

Girls Rhythmic Gymnastics Competition Team

By Invitation Only Tuesday & Thursday

3:30-5:00 pm

Contact the Gymnastics Center for more information.

$163 | $194

6 years and older

8 years and older Tuesday & Thursday

3:30-5:30 pm

$201 | $236

1x per week

An additional fee will be charged to sessions that have a 5th day of class.

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MARTIAL ARTS

Build your confidence, personal discipline, muscle strength and self-respect! Under the direction of Sensei Shane Rivera, Third Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do, our martial arts program focuses on Tae Kwon Do with Wi-Shu, Karate, Judo and boxing. Belt rankings and tournaments are included. Monthly sessions are available for youth, teens and adults.

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MARTIAL ARTS PROGRAMS Uniform may be purchased through the instructor. Sessions run monthly; schedule and fees are subject to change. There are no prorated fees for illness or vacations. Contact Cameron Greene at ext. 12581 or email at cgreene@ymca.org for more information.

Belt Exams

Karate Kids

Belt exams are held every twelve weeks. Sign-up deadline is one week before exam. 4 years and older Black belt exams Color belt exams

6:00 pm Class time

May 15 & 16 Make-up: June 2

7-12 years

August 14 & 15 Make-up: September 1 Studio 1 $35 | $46 $39 | $52 $50 | $67

Students enter Karate Kids program as a White Belt and Ninjas who have progressed through the Ninja ranks are admitted in their current belt rank. Students are expected to commit to learning the Tae Kwon Do Forms. Sparring is introduced at the intermediate level.

regular belt exam make-up exam black belt exam

Martial Arts Classes Ninjas

Students enter the Ninja program as a white belt and progress through the belt ranking system. Skills learned are progressive and students earn the honor of testing in the belt exams. Students will learn many positions and stances and will place them into Tae Kwon Do Forms.

Beginner Monday & Wednesday

4:30-5:15 pm

Tuesday & Thursday

4:30-5:15 pm

Intermediate Monday & Wednesday

5:15-6:00 pm

Tuesday & Thursday

5:15-6:00 pm

Advanced Monday & Wednesday

6:00-6:45 pm

Tuesday & Thursday

6:00-6:45 pm

Studio 1 $102 | $136

Make-Up Classes

Participants must register for make-up classes with Sensei in advance.

4-6 years Beginner Monday & Wednesday

3:00-3:30 pm

Tuesday & Thursday

3:00-3:30 pm

Intermediate Monday & Wednesday

3:30-4:00 pm

Tuesday & Thursday

3:30-4:00 pm

Advanced Monday & Wednesday

4:00-4:30 pm

Tuesday & Thursday

4:00-4:30 pm

4-12 years Ninjas & Karate Kids Friday

5:00-5:30 pm

Studio 1

Studio 1 $96 | $128 MAIN PHONE 760.942.9622

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MARTIAL ARTS PROGRAMS Teens & Adults

This class is a mixed ranked class and Sensei Rivera accepts all new students blending with current ranked teens and adults. A positive and challenging atmosphere allows students to advance to Black Belt excellence. 13 years and older All Ranks Monday & Wednesday

6:45-7:30 pm

Studio 1 $102 | $136

Family Martial Arts

This class is designed to get families involved in Martial Arts together. This introductory level class will teach your child basic Tae Kwon Do Forms while you participate and have fun too! Children come in uniform. Adults come as you are. 4-12 years Friday

3:45-4:15 pm

Studio 1 $77 | $103

Black Belt Club

The Academy of Freestyle Martial Arts introduced The AFMA Black Belt Club in Fall 2008. Sensei Rivera will challenge students to expand their skills with a monthly rotation of martial arts’ skills, weapons, forms, strength and conditioning. Upper ranked students increase skills for tournaments and showmanship. Participation may lead to AFMA Demo Team. 6 years and older (Ranking above the Yellow Belt White Stripe) Friday

4:15-5:00 pm

Studio 1 $72 | $96

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SKATE PARK

Our nationally-renowned Skate Park has been updated to include interchangeable features with concrete ramps and plaza elements. Mini Land has been expanded! It is perfect for beginners and anyone looking to increase their ability and learn new tricks. The kidney pool, sponsored by SPY, has new and improved coping for a smoother grind.

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SKATE PROGRAMS For more information, please contact Dillon Parkford at ext 12591 or dparkford@ymca.org.

Public Session Times

Unlimited Pass

Weekday Sessions

2:30-5:00 pm 5:15-7:45 pm (or dark)*

Weekend Sessions

9:00-11:30 am 11:45 am-2:15 pm 2:30-5:00 pm *March 13-October 1 only

The new Unlimited Pass is a monthly pass paid through a draft system. This allows you to enter the park as often as you would like. The pass allows you to stay in the park for multiple sessions without having to purchase each session at the registration desk. Families with more than one skater will also be eligible for additional benefits.

Skate Park Membership $50 Skate memberships are included with a YMCA Family Membership.

Single Unlimited Pass:

Session Fees

$30 | Per Month | Member

$5 $6 $8

Family Members Skate Members Non-Members

Rates are set up on a per session rate. See above for times.

Elite Skate Pass An Elite Pass allows you to buy session entrances in packs of 10. Purchase your pass at the registration desk and bring the receipt to the skate park to keep on file.

(Allows for one skater to enter the park.) $40 | Per Month | Skate Member

Full Family Unlimited Pass:

(Allows for 2 or more family members to enter the park.) $55 | Per Month | Member $74 | Per Month | Skate Member There is a one-time joining fee of $50. The first time joining fee for the Unlimited pass will be waived for current YMCA Family and Skate Park members. Visit us online at www.ymca.org/ecke for more information on the skate park and the Unlimited Pass.

$43 | 10 sessions | Member $51 | 10 sessions | Skate Member $80 | 10 sessions | Non-Member

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SKATE PROGRAMS Skate Park Requirements 6 years and up Waiver: Youth waivers must be signed by a parent or guardian in person at the Registration desk or be notarized by a notary public. Adult waivers can also be signed at the Registration Desk. All waivers can now be found online.

Lessons

Lessons begin the first week of every month. Classes are one hour a week and run for a total of four weeks. Classes cancelled due to weather or illness will be prorated and added as a credit voucher. Contact Dillon Parkford to register. Note: Prices listed are Family Member | Non-Member

Group Lessons 3-5 years 6-15 years

Pee Wee Youth

See schedules on our website for times and dates. $72 | $96

Semi-Private Lessons

Participants may create their own group lessons with up to three participants. Participants must register together. 3 years and up $95 | $127

Private Lessons 3 years and up $126 | $168 $67 | $89

One Hour Half Hour

Birthday Party Plus

Come out to the park and celebrate your birthday! See page 56 of this catalog for more information and pricing. Transportation Skate For more information and program availability, contact the YMCA at 760.942.9622. MAIN PHONE 760.942.9622

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TEENS

YMCA Teen Programs provide an exciting outlet for teens to express themselves through a variety of YMCA activities. From Junior Ambassadors to Youth & Government, Teen Programs are a great way to have fun and meet new friends.

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TEEN PROGRAMS For more information about any of our Teen Programs, please contact Zoe Lawson at ext. 12575. Jr. Ambassadors Club

A great opportunity to be a part of your YMCA! Participants will volunteer in many departments here at the Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA. A great chance to develop new skills and put leadership into practice while earning community service hours. Contact Zoe Lawson at ext. 12575 or zlawson@ymca.org for more information and to set up an orientation.

Leadership Conferences Launch your future at our Teen Leadership Conferences! Teen Conference 9th-12th Grade September 22-24

$145 | $190 Camp Marston

Middle School Conference 6th-8th Grade

$145 | $190

January 26-28

Camp Surf

Youth & Government

A life-changing program for high school students entering grades 9-12 who are interested in politics and love to debate. Participants will create a bill and gain first-hand experience with governmental procedure. Weekly meetings are held to prepare for three conferences throughout the year. Participants will travel to Fresno and to Sacramento. The year culminates in a mock legislation in Sacramento where students can walk into the Supreme Court and present their case to a judge, debate on the Senate and Assembly Chamber floors, meet current and past state politicians and hang out with nearly 4,000 teens from throughout California. Weekly meetings run September-February. Tuesdays

6:30-8:00 pm

Informational Meetings August 29 or September 5 6:00 pm Multi-Use Room Visit our website for up-to-date information and photos.

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Wellness Center

Parking Lot

Cycling Loft

Pilates Studio

Park

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East Arena

Staff Lounge

Preschool Room

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Playground Preschool Room

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Infant Center

Instructional Pool

Courtyard Mega Studio

Child Watch Showers Jucuzzi

Studio 1

Studio 3

Grass Area

Showers

Mens Locker Rm

Sauna

Sauna

Womens Locker Rm

Conf. Rm C

Cardio Room

Basketball Courts

Lobby 1

Registration

Courtesy Counter

Family Training Area

Fun Zone

Studio 2 Membership

Strength Training Center Camp Office Functional Training Center

Multi-Use Center

Workout Areas Fitness Studios Conference Rooms Program Areas

Parking Lot

Youth Center

Locker Rooms Skate Park


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