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ALWAYS HERE FOR OUR COMMUNITY Series Dates September 13 - October 30 November 1 - December 18 CANANDAIGUA FAMILY YMCA 32 NORTH MAIN STREET CANANDAIGUA, NY 14424

Member Registration August 23 October 18

Open Registration August 30 October 25


WELCOME A MESSAGE FROM THE CEO Dear YMCA Members and Friends – It is a brand new day at the Y. We are all at the center of an entire “re-branding” of the YMCA, as launched in July 2010, where 4,000 YMCA staff members came together to celebrate the nearly 160 year history of the YMCA in this country. We are now, collectively called “The Y”. That is probably what you call us every time you leave the house and say, “I’m going to the Y”, or, “I’m picking up the kids at he Y.” This is the part that is most obvious. However, the real opportunity is presented by allowing us to reintroduce ourselves to the community we serve. Perhaps you have thought of us as your club, child care center, gym, preschool, etc… Yes, we are all of those things, but what is the Y--REALLY?? We are the champions of Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility. You belong to a network that relates to people in hundreds of ways across these three platforms. Yes, we have child care and day camps. We raise funds (thanks to you and the rest of our community) so that people who cannot afford our meaningful programs can still send their children. Everyone who contributes helps us to nurture and develop the leaders of tomorrow. Please join us as we celebrate our new way of communicating our message. What we do, will not change. How we present it…will. Thank you for being a part of a great organization and for helping us to serve the community.

Laurie O’Shaughnessy Executive Director/CEO

YMCA FULL-TIME STAFF Laurie O’Shaughnessy, Executive Director/CEO laurie@canandaigua-ymca.org Michele Albrecht, Youth/Family Director malbrecht@canandaigua-ymca.org Marty Breiner, Quality Cleaner Kari Buch, Associate Executive Director kbuch@canandaigua-ymca.org Ellie Burnett, Member Service Associate eburnett@canandaigua-ymca.org David Chrysler, Maintenance Assistant Tim Edwards, Maintenance Supervisor tedwards@canandaigua-ymca.org Todd Freelove, Child Care/Teen Director tfreelove@canandaigua-ymca.org Melissa Gage, Health and Wellness Director mgage@canandaigua-ymca.org Sharon Joslyn, Finance Director sjoslyn@canandaigua-ymca.org Kaitlyn Sennett, Aquatics Director ksennett@canandaigua-ymca.org YMCA BOARD OF DIRECTORS Bill Fuge, President/CVO Alan Lupton II, Vice President Dan Pennise, Treasurer Ben Sliwka, Secretary Willie Simmons, Immediate Past President Nancy Alexander Stephen Cole Lindsey Harter Gail Herman Jennifer Kelley Bob Locke Amy Principato Nancy Sheridan Debbie Cole-Wenderlich Tom Wood

Rick Brown Sharon Donovan Dan Hemming Perry Hicks Peter Lijewski Janet Mamula Terry Rockwell Don Snyder John Wetherwax

ABOUT THE CANANDAIGUA FAMILY YMCA The Y is a diverse organization of men, women and children joined together by a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility. While our programs and facilities are based on the needs and interests of our community, every Y has one thing in common: our people. The volunteers, staff, members and donors of the Y are all united by a deep commitment to strengthening the communities we serve. Join us – we could use someone like you.

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GENERAL INFORMATION 2010 MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP RATES Effective 9/1/2010

HOURS OF OPERATION Effective : September 13, 2010 - May 29, 2011

Membership Category

Monthly Passport Joining Fee Fee Fee

Family

$70.25

$91.00

$75

$58.25

$82.00

$75

Older Couple (62+)

$56.50

$82.00

$75

Older Adult

$42.50

$54.50

$75

Adult (23 - 61)

$51.75

$60.50

$75

Young Adult (18 - 22)

$32.50

N/A

$30

Youth (through grade 12)

$15.75

N/A

n/a

2 adults in the same household with children

Individual Parent

Hours are reduced slightly during summer months.

Monday - Friday Saturday - Sunday

5:30 am - 9:30pm 7:30 am - 5:30pm

Please Note: Locker rooms remain open 15 minutes past closing time given above.

1 adult in the same household with children

The Canandaigua Family YMCA is partnering with the YMCA of Greater Rochester to offer passport memberships. This membership allows you to use our Canandaigua facility as well as each branch of the Rochester Association. PAYMENT OPTIONS Annual Payment - renewal yearly Automated Monthly Payment - via bank draft or credit card. First payment due up front.  Choose the 1st or 15th of the month for bank withdrawal  1st of the month for credit cards  Cancel anytime with 30 days written notice  Changes to draft information require 30 days written notice JOINING FEE Provides a source of funds for enhancing membership services. This fee in non-refundable. A lapse in membership of 30 days or more requires payment of the joiners fee. SERVICE FEES A $20 fee will be charged for returned drafts, checks and credit card charges. The fee covers bank fees incurred by the YMCA and administrative time. MEMBERSHIP DUES/DAY PASSES Covers day to day operational expenses. These include insurance, building upkeep, contract fees, staff, expendable equipment, supplies, etc. CELL PHONE POLICY All cell phone use is restricted to the lobby.

MEMBERSHIP CARDS All members are responsible for scanning their bar coded membership card each time they enter the YMCA. This is for security purposes and to gather vital statistics on our facility usage. REPLACEMENT CARDS $2.00 will be charged to replace cards. YMCA MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS Cardio/Resistance Machines/Free Weights Full Gymnasium with Running Track Swimming Pool Locker Rooms Sauna (Age 19 & up) 2 Racquetball Courts Group Fitness Classes Family Center Child Watch Privileges to book Birthday Parties Priority registration for programs Reduced rates for programs FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM The Canandaigua Family YMCA will turn no one away due to the inability to pay, where need is demonstrated. Visit the Welcome Center for a Financial Assistance Program Application. Financial Assistance for children and families is made possible through the Caring for Kids Campaign. PROGRAM FEES These fees pay direct expenses relating to programs. Members pay a much lower fee, as many of the expenses are already paid through their membership dues. Members pay first amount listed. DAY PASS POLICY Guests are welcome to visit the YMCA. All guests MUST present photo ID and pay a day pass rate or present a guest pass in order to be admitted to the YMCA. Youth (through grade 12) $ 5.00 Adult (18 and older) $10.00 Fitness Class $10.00 Family Unit (same household) $15.00 3


GENERAL INFORMATION SESSION/CLASS SCHEDULE The YMCA makes every effort to offer scheduled classes for the full 7 week sessions. However, weather and other unforeseen events may cause the YMCA to cancel a class. Each program is guaranteed to have 6 classes. If fewer than 6 classes are held, a make up class or credit will be issued only for the amount missed. If a participant has a medical excuse, a credit or refund may be issued. Classes not held due to holidays or inclement weather are not refundable. Please submit your request for a credit or refund in writing to the Associate Executive Director. LOCKER/VALUABLE SAFETY In all locker rooms you may bring your own lock and remove it before you leave. New token lockers are available in the vending machine area of the lobby. Tokens are available at no charge at the Welcome Center. The YMCA is not responsible for items left in the locker rooms (locked or unlocked). MEDICAL INFORMATION & SAFETY The participant assumes responsibility for any injury that may be incurred at the YMCA. The YMCA does not cover medical expenses for those with or without their own insurance. SPECIAL NEEDS INFORMATION Our YMCA has made strides to offer a user friendly facility for those with physical limitations. Our new locker rooms are on the same level as the pool and gymnasium. If you would like further assistance getting in and around our building please call us at 394-6866 for assistance. MEDICAL RELEASE/PHYSICAL THERAPY Information forms are available for members transitioning from rehabilitative/therapy venues to Wellness Center Equipment. Incoming participants from rehabilitative services or with special needs should contact the Fitness Director for recommendations of adaptations available at this time. PLEASE RECYCLE Recycling bins are available throughout our facility. Please recycle. Paper may be recycled at the Welcome Center.

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MEMBER/GUEST CODE OF CONDUCT The YMCA is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all members and guests. Individuals must act appropriately and respect the rights and dignity of others. Causes for dismissal without reimbursement include but are not limited to the following...        

Spitting, use of tobacco, alcohol or illegal drugs. Angry or vulgar language including swearing, name calling or shouting. Physical contact with another person in an angry or threatening way. Any demonstration of sexual activity or sexual contact with another person. Harassment or intimidation by words, gestures, body language, stalking or any other menacing behavior. Behavior which intends to, or results in theft or destruction of property. Carrying or concealing any weapons or devices that may be used as weapons. Promoting any business, event or activity without written permission of the YMCA.

WELLNESS CENTER (Weights/Cardio/Stretch)     

Excessive dropping of weights is prohibited. All participants must change from street shoes to appropriate workout footwear. shoes with open toe are prohibited. For health reasons all participants must clean any equipment when they are finished. Minimum Age - 16 years MEMBERS, ages 13 - 15 may use these areas if they have successfully completed the Canandaigua YMCA Teen Orientation Program.

MEMBER ORIENTATION This single one hour session will introduce you to the cardio and resistance circuit machines. Learn how to use the equipment safely and efficiently for maximum results. By Appointment Complimentary


SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Giving back and providing support to our neighbors

OUR MISSION The mission of the Canandaigua Family YMCA is to put Christian Principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. OUR GOAL Financial assistance is based on ability to pay. It is the policy of the Canandaigua Family YMCA that no person be denied membership or program participation by reason of inability to pay fees. Funds made available for financial assistance are provided through the United Way and the YMCA’s annual Caring for Kids Campaign. FINANCIAL SUPPORT CARING FOR KIDS CAMPAIGN At the YMCA, one of our most important goals has always been to enrich the lives of kids in our community. But when some are left out, it leaves us all a bit poorer. As a person with vested interest in the future of your community, you can help these kids grow into responsible, successful adults. YMCA activities help children develop valuable skills, gain confidence and build selfesteem. By contributing to the YMCA Caring For Kids Campaign, you can help us teach these young people such important values as caring, honesty, responsibility and respect. PROGRAMS SUPPORTED BY CARING FOR KIDS INCLUDE School Age Child Care FREE Teen Center (afterschool) Swim Lessons Youth Sports Preschool Sports Canandaigua Aquatics/YMCA Swim Team Preschool Memberships Vacation Fun Clubs Summer Camps MILITARY FAMILY OUTREACH The YMCA, partnering with the U.S. Department of Defense, now offers free military outreach memberships to eligible military families. The commitment and sacrifice you make for our county is why we are proud to serve you. Please see a Welcome Center Staff for more information or visit www.militaryonesource.com.

HEALTHY INSURANCE OPTIONS MVP HEALTH CARE BENEFITS: • TriVantage and MVP Gold are plans offered by MVP Health Care. • SilverSneakers® is the nation’s leading exercise program designed exclusively for older adults and is available at no additional cost (beyond any monthly premium) to eligible Medicare health plan and group retiree members. Ask a member service representative if your health plan is eligible. • Members of TriVantage Active Lifestyles Plan receive up to $300 per year per subscriber toward a YMCA membership. • Members of TriVantage Family Focus Plan receive up to $300 per year per subscriber for YMCA Swimming Lessons or Lifeguard Training. • TriVantage members receive $50 HealthDollars to spend with the YMCA for health, wellness or fitness programs. For more information about MVP Health Care programs and benefits, visit www.mvphealthcare.com or call 325-3113. The SilverSneakers® Program is also offered through Humana, Essence, Secure Horizons and Well Care. Please consult a YMCA Welcome Center Staff to determine whether or not your plan provides this coverage. EXCELLUS BLUECROSS BLUESHIELD Benefits: • Blue Healthy Choices subscribers with the Fit & Healthy Option are eligible for up to $300 per calendar year for a YMCA membership or toddler gym & swim programs.* • Blue Healthy Choices subscribers with the Healthy Family Option are eligible for up to $100 per calendar year for a YMCA membership or toddler gym & swim programs.* • Healthy Blue subscribers can earn HealthyRewards dividends by participating in health & wellness programs at the YMCA.** Medicare Blue Choice (Value, Platinum, Optimum and Plan 201) subscribers are eligible for $650 per calendar year for a YMCA membership through the Go Getters Program.*** * These Excellus BCBS programs require participants to submit claim forms for reimbursement. Please visit the YMCA member service center to request a receipt. ** Healthy Blue subscribers must follow registration instructions to receive HealthyRewards dividends (visit www.excellusbcbs.com) ***Medicare Blue Choice subscribers receive a debit card to be used toward membership and/or program fees. For more information about Excellus BlueCross BlueShield programs and benefits, visit www.excellusbcbs.com or call 1-800-671-6081.

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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Giving back and providing support to our neighbors

COMMUNITY OFFERINGS BASIC DOG OBEDIENCE September 14th - October 19th For a dog and owner with no previous class experience. Please bring a 6 ft leash, snacks and rabies certificate. T 7 - 8 pm $75/$85

COMMUNITY CPR September 25th 10 am - 2 pm (Full Course)$45/$85 September 27th 6 - 9 pm (Recertification) $35/$75 October 5th 10 am-2 pm (Full Course) $45/$85 FIRST AID October 4th 6 - 9 pm (Full Course)

$35/$75

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Nurturing the potential of every child and teen CHILD CARE CHILD CARE CHILD WATCH

BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

Ages 6 weeks and up

School Age Child Care is a registered child care program through the New York State Office of Children and Family Services. The program serves children in K-5th grade. We have both before and after school programs in Canandaigua, Honeoye (am only), Livonia, Naples (pm only) and Bloomfield. BEFORE SCHOOL CARE Morning Care - RIGHT in your child’s school. Canandaigua Prim/Elem 7:00 am (*new time) Livonia Primary 7:00 am Bloomfield Elementary 7:00 am Honeoye Elementary 7:00 am Monthly Installments: Part Time: $55 Full Time: $98 Yearly Rates Part Time: $550 Full Time: $980 AFTER SCHOOL CARE YMCA Kids University (At the Y - Members Only), Canandaigua Primary & Elementary, Livonia Primary & Intermediate, Naples Central Schools, & Bloomfield Elementary. School Dismissal until 6:00 pm - includes 1/2 DAYS Monthly Installments Part Time: $102 Full Time: $192 Yearly Rates Part Time: $1020 Full Time: $1920 $25 Registration Fee* due at time of registration. $35 Registration Fee* for 2 or more children. *Required for either AM, PM or Both Financial Assistance is available. Fees are based on 180 days of school - divided into 10 equal monthly payments.

Children can have fun in a group setting while parents enjoy a workout. This is a free program, for up to 2 hours/day, for full-facility family and individual parent members. Authorization forms must be completed and returned to the Child Watch coordinator. Our friendly staff will care for and ensure the safety of your child. Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30 am – 8 pm Friday 8:30 am - 5 pm Saturday 8:00 am - 12:00 pm The Family Center is available for older children Monday - Thursday from 5:15 - 8:15 pm. DROP N SHOP Your child may attend this program for any 3 hour block during regular scheduled Child Watch Hours. Members ONLY $10 for 1st child and $5 per additional child PARENTS NIGHT OUT Reconnect, relax and enjoy a night out while your children have fun the Y! 1st Saturday of each month (Oct 2, Nov 6, Dec 4) 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm $10 per child members/$15 per child non members additional children $5 each

VACATION FUN CLUB DAYS

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When school is closed for weather or a holiday and you still have to report to work, what will you do with your son or daughter? The Canandaigua Family YMCA has the answer for you. Vacation Fun Club is for students in grades K-5 when school is not in session or closed for an emergency. The hours are 7:00am to 6:00pm at the Canandaigua Family YMCA, 32 North Main Street. Spots fill up quickly, so don’t be left out, register today.


YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Nurturing the potential of every child and teen EDUCATION & LEADERSHIP EDUCATION & LEADERSHIP PRESCHOOL Learn through play and discovery. 3 and 4 year olds swim each week. 2’s Friday 9:30 am – 11:00 am $100 members/$135 non members (this runs Sept 17 – Dec 17) 3’s Tues/Thur 9:00 am – 11:30 am $90 members/$120 non members 4’s Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00 am – 11:30 am $120 members/$150 non members 4’s (UPK) Mon – Fri 12:15 pm – 2:45 pm $145 members/$175 non members

PRESCHOOL ENRICHMENT SPORT-N-SPLASH (3 - 5 years) Have fun in our family center and pool! M 10:15 am – 11:30 am $25/$40 FIRST TIME FUN (6 months - 5 years) Activities to engage infants and toddlers in small and large motor skills and a chance for the parents to meet others. T 9:45 am – 10:30 am $7/$14 LEARN–N–PLAY SPORTS (3 - 5 years) T 10:30 am - 11:00 am $20/$35 MOMMY AND ME YOGA For moms with children 3 - 5 years old. W 10:30 am – 11:00 am $7/$14 ALPHABET SOUP (3 - 5 years) Letters, songs, crafts and activities. Th 9:30 am – 10:30 am $10/$20 MAKE IT TAKE IT (3 - 5 years) Messy Art! Children will explore with all sorts of art mediums. F 11:15 am – 12:00 pm $20/$35

TEEN LEADERS CLUB Teens gain leadership skills in communication, problem solving, planning and decision making, and cultural competency, then practice these skills through creating and carrying out service projects in their respective communities. This year we look forward to attending YMCA Teen Rally’s located throughout the Northeast region. Leaders Club meets on the 1st Wednesday of each month from 5 pm to 7 pm in our Teen Center.

AFTER SCHOOL TEEN CENTER The Canandaigua Family YMCA believes the values and skills learned early on are vital building blocks for life. Because of the Y, more young people in neighborhoods around the nation are taking a greater interest in learning and making smarter lifestyle choices. We offer a variety of programs for teens, all designed to address the social, emotional and physical needs of teens. The Canandaigua Family YMCA teen programs offer a safe place to socialize, exposure to positive role models, and leadership opportunities to help them tomorrow. At the Y, teens learn values and positive behaviors, and can explore their unique talents and interests, helping them realize their potential. That makes for confident teens today and contributing and engaged adults tomorrow. School Dismissal - 8 pm (*new longer hours!) Registration required to attend - available at the Welcome Center.

TURBO TEENS Get off the couch and have some fun with friends in the pool! This class is about fun and fitness. Water workouts are great for all fitness levels and help increase self-confidence. Take the bus from the middle school to the Y with a friend and get in on the action. T/TH 3:45-4:40pm $10/$20

HOMESCHOOL ENRICHMENT For Homeschool Students K - 12 Please join us if your children are ages 5 and up (need to be five by January 1, 2011). Let the Y cover your Music, Art and PE requirements this school year! Put “Canandaigua YMCA Homeschool Program” on your IHIP. BONUS - Throughout the year look for special activities that will cover other NYS requirements including: Bike safety, highway safety & traffic regulations, fire safety and humane treatment of animals. (Times and dates to be announced.) MUSIC - Certified music teacher and Kindermusik teacher Mrs. Woodard will be joining us this year to explore music through rhythm, movement and creativity. PE - Coach Tim (A PE education student) is also joining our homeschool team to bring us a year of life sports, physical fitness and team sports with an emphasis on team building. ART - Certified teacher Mrs. Bagley will be returning again this year to teach “Artists Throughout History”. There is lots to learn about many famous artists and then plenty of time to apply what has been learned with hands on projects. Miss Candy, Miss Dawn and Miss Debi will all return as well. They will each guide one of the three age groups through their afternoon of fun and learning.

Enjoy some well deserved mom (or dad) time after you drop your kids off on Thursdays 12:00- 3:30 (time may vary slightly) Fall session 9/16 - 12/16 (12 classes) Spring session 1/13 - 4/7 (12 classes) There will be an hour of family swim time (3:30-4:30) in the smaller pool after pick up to end your day if you wish! Cost per session $100 1st student- members/$120 1st student - non members additional students of the same family - $75 per student members /$95 per student - non members Monthly payment plans and scholarships are available.

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Nurturing the potential of every child and teen EDUCATION & LEADERSHIP ARTS & HUMANITIES DANCE PRESCHOOL TINY TOTS This class is designed for young children of the ages 3 - 4 years. It is a combination class of ballet, tap, creative movement and basic tumbling. The student will learn basic steps, terminology, dance history, basic anatomy, all while having fun. M 4:00 – 4:50 pm T 10:00 – 10:50 am F 10:00 – 10:50 am Sa 9:30 – 10:20 am $30/$50 PRIMARY TINY TOTS This class is designed for young children of the ages 5 – 6 years. It is a combination class of ballet, tap, creative movement and basic tumbling. The student will learn basic steps, terminology, dance history, basic anatomy, all at a higher level than the preschool tiny tots, all while having fun. M 5:00 – 6:00 pm T 4:00 – 5:00 pm S 10:30 – 11:30 am $30/$50 BALLET I/II This class is designed for young children of the ages 7 - 10 with little or no dance background. This is also the next level for graduating primary tiny tots. The student will learn steps, terminology, dance history, anatomy of movement, basic choreography and performing. All this while having fun. T 5:00 – 6:00 pm $37/$57 JAZZ/TAP I/II This class is designed for young children of the ages 7 - 10 with little or no dance background. This is also the next level for graduating primary tiny tots. The student will learn steps, terminology, dance history, anatomy of movement, basic choreography and performing. All this while having fun. T 6:00 – 7:00 pm $37/$57

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JUNIOR DANCE CO. BALLET (instructor’s approval) Students, ages 11 – 14, must be approved by the dance instructor, Miss Bernie. Students must have a dance background. The students will learn more complicated steps, terminology, dance history, anatomy of movement, basic choreography and performing. All this while having fun. Th 5:30 – 6:30 pm $40/$60 JUNIOR DANCE CO. JAZZ (instructor’s approval) Students, ages 11 – 14, must be approved by the dance instructor, Miss Bernie. Students must have a dance background. The students will learn more complicated steps, terminology, dance history, anatomy of movement, basic choreography and performing. All this while having fun. Th 6:30 – 7:30 pm $40/$60 JUNIOR DANCE CO. TAP (instructor’s approval) Students, ages 11 – 14, must be approved by the dance instructor, Miss Bernie. Students must have a dance background. The students will learn more complicated steps, terminology, dance history, anatomy of movement, basic choreography and performing. All this while having fun.

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7:30 – 8:00 pm

$40/$60 SENIOR DANCE CO. BALLET/POINTE (instructor’s approval) Students at this level must be approved by the dance instructor, Miss Bernie. Students must have a dance background. Students will learn more complicated steps, terminology, dance history, anatomy of movement, advanced choreography and performing. All this while having fun. W 6:00 – 7:30 pm $45/$65 SENIOR DANCE CO. JAZZ (instructor’s approval) W 7:30 – 8:30 pm $45/$65


YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Nurturing the potential of every child and teen SWIM, SPORT & PLAY SWIM, SPORT & PLAY YOUTH SPORTS PROGRAMS YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL The 2010 YMCA Flag Football program is sanctioned by the National Football League Flag, and is open to all youth ages 5 - 8. The program will emphasize putting 'fun' in fundamentals, sportsmanship, team work, valuable lessons that can be utilized both on and off the field, and physical fitness. The program will foster an atmosphere of learning, and participation by student-athletes, as well as parents. Registration fee includes an NFL Flag Jersey! Teams and coaches to be determined by interest and registrations. S 11 am - 12:30 pm $25/$40 Elementary School Field (Conner of Gibson & Pearl) TAE KWON DO Kids Class ages 4 – 13 M/W 4:45 - 5:30 pm $45/$65 per person per month

YOUTH NIGHT (Grades 3 - 8) Play basketball, soccer, football, swim and socialize! F 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm $12 /$24 $7 drop in rate for members or non members *Children may not be left for program until 6:45. $1.00 buys a slice of pizza and a drink. SPECIAL YOUTH NIGHTS (Kindergarten - Grade 2) Younger siblings or friends can come too! Oct 29th & Dec 17th Free if older sibling in program/$5 drop in rate for all others

RECREATION GYM

PUNT, PASS AND KICK Friday, September 24th 5:30 pm Children 8 - 15 as of 12/31/2010 FREE Upper Baker Park Must wear sneakers, no cleats allowed (NFL Rule). Copy of your birth certificate is required. COMPETITIVE SWIMMING Canandaigua Aquatics YMCA Swim Team is open to all youth ages 5 - 17 of varying skill levels. Team members are eligible to participate in both YMCA and USS meets. Potential swim team members must be able to swim 25 yards of front crawl and back stroke. For more information, please visit the web-site at http://www.canandaiguaymcaswimteam.com Cost/Rates: Annual Membership (September ‘10-August ‘11) Red Group: $345.00 White/Bronze Group: $425.00 Silver Group: $495.00 Gold Group: $575.00 TEEN PERSONAL TRAINING (Ages 13 - 15) Recommended for all teens who have completed the Wellness Center Orientation. Individual training includes (2) Two-hour sessions of personal training for a total of (4) hours. Date and time to be setup by the trainer. $60 Individual Training $35 per student Group Training 2-4 students TURBO TEENS Get off the couch and have some fun with friends in the pool! This class is about fun and fitness. Water workouts are great for all fitness levels and help increase self-confidence. Take the bus from the middle school to the Y with a friend and get in on the action. T/TH 3:45 - 4:40 pm $10/$20

YMCA AFTERSCHOOL TWEEN TIME 8 – 12 year olds stay active! Join us for rotating activities, having fun and being active all at the same time. Prizes will be awarded each week for attendance leading up to a large prize at the end. Examples: Kickball Dodgeball Kan-Jam Extreme Frisbee Floor Hockey Volleyball Basketball Flag or Touch Football Hula Hoop Contest/Limbo/Dancing M/W 3:45 – 4:15 pm $7/$15

HEALTHY LIVING FENCING FOR BEGINNERS (Co-ed ages 10 - adult) The sport of fencing is exciting, challenging and FUN! Improve fitness and coordination, develop mental skills and make new friends as you learn the basics of Olympic Style fencing. Classes are co-ed. Fencing can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Men, women, teens and younger children are welcome. Please wear sneakers and full-length jogging/sweatpants. All fencing equipment is provided. T

7 - 8 pm

$55/$70

OPEN FENCING EPEE (Co-ed ages 10 to adult) Electric strips available for free fencing, bouting, self-directed exercises, and individual lessons. This session is exclusively for Sabre. Electrical Equipment is limited. First come, first serve basis. T

7- 8 pm

$10/$12 for single day $55/$70 per series

OPEN FENCING SABRE (Co-ed ages 13 to adult) Electric strips available for free fencing, bouting, self-directed exercises, and individual lessons.. This session is exclusively for Sabre. Electrical Equipment is limited. First come, first serve basis. T

8 - 9 pm

$10/$12 for single day $55/$70 per series

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

Nurturing the potential of every child and teen SWIM, SPORTS & PLAY SWIM LESSONS Parent/Child Lesson (Ages 6-36 months) This class will help your child become comfortable in the water while teaching parents how to keep young children safe around water. Guardian is in water with the child. Child must be registered for the class.

SKIPS for children (and a parent) ages 6-36 months. Children engage in songs and safety practices with their parent. Class is designed for parent and child to enjoy the water together. Swim diapers or plastic pants are required for the children. M 9:30 - 10:00 AM $35/$65 T 6:05 - 6:35 PM $35/$65 Th 6:15 - 6:45 PM $35/$65 Sat 9:00 - 9:30 AM $35/$65 Preschool Lessons (Ages 3-5 years only) Preschool classes are designed to build confidence and endurance, teach water safety, as well as water sports and games while allowing children to progress through the steps of learning how to swim. It is expected that a child will repeat a certain level multiple times until they are developmentally ready to move on. Parents are not in the water with child and are asked to remain outside the pool area to view lesson.

PRE-PIKE for children & a parent (ages 33 months - 6 years) This class serves as a transition from a parent directed to teacher directed class. M 9:35 - 9:30 AM $35/$65 W 3:30-4:00 PM $35/$65 Th 9:00 - 9:30 AM $35/$65 Th 5:00 - 5:30 PM $35/$65 Sat 9:35 - 10:05 or 10:45 - 11:15 AM $35/$65 PIKE (3-5 years) Water adjustment skills, going from front to back, face in water & blowing bubbles. Teacher directed class with small ratio of student to leader. M 10:10 - 10:40 AM $35/$65 T 5:30 - 6:00 or 6:05 - 6:35 PM $35/$65 W 4:05 - 4:35 PM $35/$65 Th 9:00 - 9:30 AM or 5:35 - 6:05 PM $35/$65 Sat 9:00 – 9:35 or 10:10 - 10:40 AM $35/$65 Sat 11:00 - 11:30AM $35/$65 EEL (3-5 years) Children gain endurance by swimming on front, back and side. A greater comfort level with rhythmic breathing is emphasized. M 9:35 - 10:05 AM $35/$65 W 4:35 - 5:05 PM $35/$65 Th 9:35– 10:05AM or 6:10 - 6:40 PM $35/$65 Sat 9:35 - 10:05 AM $35/$65 RAY (3-5 years) Children learn techniques of swimming without depending upon float belts. Endurance and self-reliance are increased. T 5:30 - 6:00 PM $35/$65 Th 9:00 - 9:35 AM $35/$65 Sat 10:10 - 10:40 AM $35/$65

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Youth Lessons (Ages 6-14 years only) Children must be 6 years of age prior to enrolling in the youth levels. Youth lessons will provide beginning water adjustments through advanced stroke development accompanied by skills in water safety, personal safety and an appreciation of water sports and games.

TADPOLE (6 yrs & up) - Class for the beginner who has little or no water experience. Water adjustment including blowing bubbles, front and back float and paddling on front, back and sides will be taught. Float belts will be used. T 5:00 - 5:45 PM $31/$61 Sat 9:30 -10:10 AM $31/$61 POLLIWOG (6 yrs & up) For those who are a little more comfortable moving through the water and putting their faces in the water. Children should be comfortable with 1 or 2 bubbles only as they gain endurance and confidence as they work more with no bubbles on their front and back. Float belts will be used. T 5:00 - 5:40 PM $31/$61 W 3:30 - 4:10 PM $31/$61 Th 5:00 - 5:40 PM $31/$61 Sat 9:30 -10:10 AM $31/$61 GUPPY (6 yrs & up) Completion of Polliwog level is recommended. Class for beginners who are comfortable in deeper water. Introduction to front and back crawl, sidestroke, breast stroke and elementary backstroke. Rhythmic breathing & kneeling dives are also Introduced. Float belts will not be used. T 5:45 - 6:25 PM $31/$61 W 4:15 - 4:55 PM $31/$61 Th 5:45 - 6:25 PM $31/$61 Sat 10:15 - 10:55 AM $31/$61 MINNOW (6 yrs & up) Completion of Guppy level is recommended. Class for swimmers who have been introduced to the five basic strokes, and are ready to develop those strokes. Rotary breathing and standing dives are introduced. T 3:30 - 4:10 PM $31/$61 Th 5:00 - 5:40 PM $31/$61 Sat 11:00 - 11:40 AM $31/$61 FISH (6 yrs & up) Completion of Minnow level is recommended. Class for swimmers who continue to develop the five strokes learned in Guppy and Minnow and who are ready for basic introduction to butterfly. Open turns and surface dives are introduced. T 5:45 - 6:25 PM $31/$61 Sat 11:00 AM - 11:40 PM $31/$61 FLYING FISH (6 yrs & up) Completion of the Fish level is recommended. Class is for advanced swimmers who have developed the five basic strokes and are ready to develop the butterfly stroke. Flip turns are introduced for the crawl strokes. W 5:00 - 5:40 PM $31/$61 Sat 11:40 AM - 12:20 PM $31/$61 INTERSWIM (3 - 15 years) For children who need a one-on-one program within the preschool or school age levels. By appointment. 7 x 30 minute sessions $60/$100


HEALTHY LIVING

Improving the nation’s health and well-being FAMILY TIME

FAMILY TIME

BIRTHDAY PARTY Parties are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday afternoons or during school breaks. Special arrangements can be made for other times.

FAMILY CENTER Family play time in our 3rd Floor Family Center. T/W/TH 10:30 – 11:30 am W 1:30 – 2:30 pm M/T/W/TH 5:15 – 8:15 pm

POOL PACKAGE 1 hour in pool 45 minutes in party room $95 members $125 non members

JUMP IT OUT Inflatables in the gym for energy outlet! Open to all ages, children must be supervised by an adult T 10:30 am – 12:00 pm NC/$5 per visit

(any swimmer needing a bubble on their back will need an adult in water with them)

BOUNCE HOUSE (Inflatable) PACKAGE 1 hour 15 minutes in gym with inflatable of your choice 45 minutes in a party room $120 members $150 non members **may add another inflatable for $30 each FAMILY CENTER PACKAGE 2 hours in Family Center, includes party room $110 members $140 non members COMBO PACKAGE Choice of 2 activities (pool, family center, teen center, inflatable) for 45 minutes each 45 minutes in a party room Total time is 2 hours 30 minutes $140 members $170 non members TEEN CENTER PACKAGE 2 hours in teen center, all game tables included, must bring your own gaming system to use the big screen tv’s $110 members $140 non members AFTER HOURS BOUNCE (Inflatables) PACKAGE 6:00 - 8:00 pm on Saturday nights Exclusive use of all 3 inflatables and gym space, includes party room $150 members $180 non members

FAMILY FITNESS MOMMY AND ME YOGA For moms with children 3 - 5 years old. W 10:30 am – 11:00 am $7/$14

TAE KWON DO Family Class (ages 4+ ) S 9:30 – 11:30 am $25/$45 per person per month

Family Center

FAMILY DINNER AT WEGMANS CAFÉ Monday, September 27th 5:30 – 6:30 pm Join us to enjoy a family dinner together. Learn how the YMCA and Wegmans can help your family make dinner time together a success. Wegmans will feature their $6 meals or you can chose from a variety of items they offer. Please register at the Welcome Center. FAMILY CHALLENGE NIGHT Saturday, October 16th 5:30 – 7:30 pm Families will compete against other families in games such as crab soccer, relays, swimming games, and more. Healthy snacks provided to keep you moving. NC/$10 FAMILY SKATE NIGHT Saturday, October 30th 6:00 - 8:00 pm Skate with the whole family in our gymnasium. $4/$6 per skate rental NYC TRIP Join us for a trip to NYC on a charter bus. Leave the YMCA at 4:00 am on Thursday Nov 11th. Spend the day shopping, going to Central Park, having lunch, the sky is the limit. We will leave NYC at 7:00 pm with an approximate return time of 1:00 am. All ages welcome. All participants under 21 must have a supervising adult. $50 per person. Registration deadline by Oct 15. FAMILY FUN FALL FESTIVAL & FOOD DRIVE Saturday, November 20th 5:30 - 7:30 pm A night of games and activities to support local food pantries. $5 per YMCA Families / $10 per non-member families $1 off per food item donation with maximum of $3 donation. FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT - PAJAMA PARTY Saturday, December 18th 6:15 pm Decorate a pillow case for a $5 donation to the YMCA Caring for Kids Campaign. Movie to begin after craft. Please pre-register at the Welcome Center. 11


HEALTHY LIVING

Improving the nation’s health and well-being GROUP INTERESTS

HEALTH, WELL-BEING & FITNESS

LIFE-LONG LEARNING

WATER ACTIVITIES

SOUP N SALAD LUNCH September 21, 2010, Tuesday Instead of a “soup nazi” we have the Soup King David Munding back with two delicious as well as nutritious soups for your enjoyment. Tossed salad and rolls accompany your lunch. Our annual September Senior gathering is funded by our YMCA for your enjoyment.

AQUATONE A Stretch and strengthen your whole body with no impact on joints. Increase endurance, balance, mobility, cardio, and improve posture with this shallow water class! Water shoes recommended. M/W/F 11:00 am - Noon $30/$60

Time: 11:15 am – 12:15 pm Cost: None Sign-up: by Thursday, September 16th at the Welcome Desk

AQUATONE B Aquatone A with a greater focus on cadio and some deep water exercise to stretch, and be energized! Water shoes recommended. T/TH 9:00-10:00 am $15/$30

“HIDDEN IN PLAIN SITE: SLAVE QUILTS AND THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD” October 13, 2010, Wednesday AOA Sue Howard will give us an overview of this fascinating piece of our American history. Lunch is “A healthier way to eat”, Spinach Quiche

RISE-N-CISE Start your day off energized with a total body workout in shallow and deep water. Water shoes are highly recommended. Moderate to high level of exercise. M/W/F 8:00 - 9:00 am $30/$60

Time: 12:15 – 1:15 pm Cost: $2:00 Sign-up and payment: due by Friday, October 8th at the Welcome Desk SENIOR MEAL OF SHARING November 18, 2010, Thursday Our Thanksgiving meal together: Bring “A Dish To Pass” Time: 11:15 am – 12:15 pm Cost: None, except your dish Sign-up: Tuesday, November 16th at the Welcome Desk ANNUAL HOLIDAY COFFEE December17, 2010, Friday A gift for the holiday to our YMCA members from the Active Older Adults. A little festive cheer to kick off the festive weeks. Contributions of goodies needed. ACUPUNCTURE January 19, 2011, Wednesday What you always wanted to know about ACUPUNCTURE “A powerful alternative to traditional methods” Speaker: Ralph Wuertele, M.S. L.Ac; Acupuncture, Thompson Mind & Body Center Time: 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm Lunch: “A healthier way to eat”, TBA Cost: TBA

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KICKED UP! - WET CARDIO Knocking it out in the water? Yes! A challenging upbeat water workout that combines kickboxing choreography with high energy rebounding drills. Put your suit on and your dukes up for a fun and commanding water workout. Expect to sweat!!! M/W 6:30 - 7:15 pm $25/$50 S 8:00 - 8:45 am AQUACIZE + Total body workout in deep and shallow water. Includes core and strength training with full cardio workout. The last half hour focuses on core and strength. Moderate to a high level of exercise. Water shoes recommended. Tu/Th 10:30 AM - 12:00 pm $30/$60 AQUA SCUTTLE Instructed deep water exercise for the fitness enthusiast who’s looking for a total body workout with high-resistance and zero-impact. Great for cross training as well! Includes cardiovascular and strength plus a core muscle workout. Moderate to high level of exercise. M/W/F 10:30 AM - 11:30 am $30/$60 H2YOGA Come relax and work your core muscle groups. Unwind while doing yoga in the pool. Great cool down after Kicked up! M/W 7:15-8:00 pm $15/$30 COACHED MASTERS SWIMMING Prepare for a triathlon, competitive swimming or to swim for fitness. All adults with basic swimming ability welcome, regardless of level. Swimming is a highly efficient cardio workout with no equipment necessary. Program runs from September 13th to December! M/TH 8:30-9:30 pm @ the Academy Pool $40/$80 SilverSneakers® SilverSplash Activate your aqua exercise urge for variety! SilverSplash® offers LOTS of fun and shallow water moves to improve agility, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. No swimming ability required. This class may require preregistration as space is limited. M/Tu/Th 1:30 - 2:15 PM


HEALTHY LIVING

Improving the nation’s health and well-being HEALTH, WELL-BEING & FITNESS HEALTH, WELL-BEING & FITNESS GROUP CLASSES

PERSONAL FITNESS

TAE KWON DO Adults Class ages 11+ M 7:00 – 8:00 pm $25/$45 per person per month

Studio 1

MODERN/CONTEMPORARY DANCE This class is for teens 15 years of age and adults only. Younger students must be approved by the instructor, Miss Bernie. This class is for the more advanced student. Students will learn different styles and techniques of modern, such as Horton, Graham, Cunningham, and Limon, to name a few. Improvisation and Mind, Body, and Spirit will be studied to improve student’s creativity. M 6:15 – 7:30 pm $37/$57 ADULT TAP This class is for older teens and adults who want to join the YMCA Tap Company. Students will learn how to tap dance and perform for the community. Come join the fun!! Great exercise, too. T 7:00 – 8:00 pm $30/$50 AQUATIC PERSONAL TRAINING PERSONAL FITNESS The following classes are by appointment only. Please contact Kaitlyn Sennett, Aquatics Director for more information. WATER REHABILITATION EXERCISE Designed specifically for the individual. Classes focus on joint exercise: cervical, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle and spine. This program is useful for pre-operative and post-operative athletic injury or trauma injury persons. 8 Week Program Assessment

$120 (payable in 2 installments) $10

TRIATHALON TRAINING Stroke mechanics, racing techniques, and stroke efficiency. Learn to set your own workouts. Good for open water technique building for triathlons. 7 - 30 minute sessions

$100/$140

AQUA PERSONAL TRAINING For people who want a gentler water based workout. Assessment 2 - 1 Hour Sessions 5 - 1 Hour Sessions 7 - 1 Hour Sessions

$35 $70 $150 $180

PERSONAL TRAINING Our Certified Personal Trainers are skilled at understanding clients' needs and translating those needs to exercise programs that deliver measurable results. Research shows that exercise and nutrition, work but with a personal trainer by your side to answer questions and motivate, results are virtually guaranteed. Why Hire a Personal Trainer? Our job is to keep you motivated, educated and accountable. Knowing how to exercise correctly is the key to anyone's program. Trainers are not an expense, but an investment in your health and well being. Proper exercise selection, form and technique are crucial if you want to succeed long term. If you have a specific illness, injury or condition, working with an experienced trainer can help you discover ways to train that will not further impede your progress by exacerbating your illness or injury. Together as a team, the two of you will be able to accomplish the lifestyle changes that you are trying to obtain. Personal Training: 2-1 hour sessions $70 5-1 hour sessions $150 10-1 hour sessions $250 Small Group Training: (2-3 people) 2-1 hour sessions $45 5-1 hour sessions $100 10-1 hour sessions $175 FIT QUEST A personalized 8 week routine for new or current exercisers. This structured approach will jump start your fit quest with four one on one sessions with your trainer (with the expectation that you will also have three independent workouts per week). This program helps you stay on track with guidance from our personal training staff. By Appointment $50 Members Only BODY COMPOSITION Stay on track or start out fresh and reach your goals. This is a quick and easy method used by our personal training staff to track your body fat percentage and lean muscle mass. By Appointment Complimentary

PRIVATE LESSONS (13 and up) Learn to swim or enhance your skills. One-on-one lessons, or bring a friend! 7 x 30 minute sessions $70/$110

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HEALTHY LIVING

Improving the nation’s health and well-being HEALTH, WELL-BEING & FITNESS GROUP EXERCISE CLASS SCHEDULE MONDAY 5:45–6:15am 5:45–6:30am 7:45-8:45am 9:00–0:00am 9:00-9:30 9:30-10:30am 9:30-10:15 10:00–11:00am 11:00–11:45am 5:30-6:30pm 5:30–6:30pm 6:00–6:45pm 6:30–7:00pm

THURSDAY

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room  Body Shop Abs – Gym 

Lori

Yogalates- Studio 1

Cheryl

Tai Chi – Studio 1 

John

Ultimate Abs- Gym

Cheryl

Lower Body Blast- Gym

Alex

Stephanie Laura

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room  Yoga Stretch – Studio 1  MSROM – Gym

Betty

Betty

Advanced Step Blast- Studio 1 

Stephanie

ZUMBA® – Gym 

Donna Aimee

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room 

Ocean Motion-Gym

Donna

TUESDAY 5:45–6:30am

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room

5:45–6:30am

Sunrise Surprise – Studio 1 

Lori

7:00-7:45am 7:45-8:30am 8:30–9:30am 8:45–9:45am 8:45–9:45am

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room  Classic Pilates-Studio 1 

Patty

Silver Sneakers® CARDIO – Gym 

Rebecca

9:00 –10:10am

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room  

Cheryl

10:00-11:00am 12:15–1:15pm 4:30–5:30pm 5:30– 6:15pm 5:30 – 6:45pm 5:45 – 6:45pm 6:45–7:30pm

Gentle Yoga – Studio 1

Patty 

Intermediate Yoga – Studio 1 

Build-A-Body – Studio 1

MSROM – Gym

Aimee

Betty Patty

Rebecca 

Rebecca 

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room 

Step & Sculpt – Studio1

Sandy

Kick Boxing – Gym

Todd Rebecca

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room

Stephanie

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room  Sunrise Surprise – Studio 1 

Aimee

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room  Classic Pilates-Studio 1 

Patty

Intermediate Yoga- Studio 2 

Betty

Build-A-Body – Studio 1

Lori Patty Patty

Silver Sneakers® Cardio – Gym

Rebecca

Cycle Reebok– Cycle Room 

Cheryl

Gentle Yoga – Studio 1

Betty

MSROM – Gym

Rebecca

Yogalates – Studio 1

Rebecca

Turbo Kick – Studio 1

Rebecca 

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room ZUMBA® – Gym 

Todd Donna

Ocean Motion – Gym

Donna

FRIDAY 5:45-6:30am 5:45–6:30am 8:45–9:30am 9:00-9:30am 9:30-10:15am 9:30–10:30am 5:30-6:45pm

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room  Body Shop Abs/sport intv –Gym

8:15–9:30am 8:15–9:30am 9:00-9:45am 9:30–10:30am 10:35-11:00am 9:45-10:45am

Yoga for Fitness-Studio 1

9:00-9:45am

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room 

Lori

9:00–10:00am 1:00-2:00pm

Yoga- Studio 1 

Karen

ZUMBA – Studio 1 

Erin

Betty

Yogalates – Studio 1

5:45–6:30am 5:45–6:30am 7:00-7:45am 7:45–8:30am 8:30–9:30am 8:45–9:45am 8:45 –9:45am 9:00–10:10am 10:00–11:00am 12:15–1:15pm 4:30 –5:30pm 5:45 –6:45pm 5:30 – 6:15pm 5:30 – 6:30pm 6:30-7:00pm

Cardio Walk –Track

Alex Joy

Ultimate Abs- Studio 1

Cheryl

Yogalates- Studio 1 Total Body Blast – Gym

Lori

Cheryl 

Jill Sandy

Step & Sculpt- Studio 1 

SATURDAY 

Step Blast- Gym

Beth Stephanie

Cycle Reebok- Cycle Room  Total Body Fit-Studio 1 

Laura

Intro to TurboKick- Studio 1 

Rebecca

ZUMBA – Gym

Rebecca Donna

SUNDAY

WEDNESDAY 5:45–6:30am

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room

5:45–6:30am

Body Shop Abs – Gym

9:00–10:00am

Tai Chi – Studio 1

9:00-9:30am

Ultimate Abs- Gym

9:30–10:30am 9:30-10:15 am 5:30 - 6:30 pm

Total Body Fit – Gym

Lower Body Blast - Gym 

Steph

5:30 - 6:45 pm 6:00 - 6:45 pm 7:00 - 8:00 pm

Yoga for fitness - Studio 1

Beth

Lori Alex

®

John Cheryl 

Cycle Reebok – Cycle Room

Rebecca 

Laura

Cycle Reebok

Aimee

ZUMBA® – Studio 1 

Erin

A great place to start. All fitness levels All fitness levels welcome Intermediate/Advanced Fitness levels suggested Due to equipment limitations, please register for this class.

ALL CLASSES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE OR CANCELLATION CLASSES WITH LESS THAN (3) PARTICIPANTS (AVERAGE) MAY BE DROPPED. Minimum participant age is 15. CYCLE CLASSES REQUIRE PREREGISTRATION AND PAYMENT OF CLASS FEE.

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ALL OTHER CLASSES ARE INCLUDED IN THE COST OF MEMBERSHIP. NON-MEMBER DROP-IN FEE IS $10.00 PER CLASS


HEALTH, WELL-BEING & FITNESS GROUP EXERCISE CLASS DESCRIPTION ADVANCED STEP BLAST: This step aerobics class uses advanced step movements and challenging choreography. Blast portion is a sculpting session targeting upper body and abdominals. BODY SHOP/ABS: This fast paced 30 minute strength training class using light weights with minimal rest in between sets produces a calorie burning cardio effect while training your muscles for both endurance and strength. Abs class is a quick and effective 15 minute focused “class” to hit all areas of your abdominal/core areas that will burn fat and tone your midsection. From sit-ups to Pilates moves, you'll find everything you need to flatten your stomach and get the “6 pack” you’ve always wanted! BUILD-A-BODY: Compliment your cardio workouts with this compact and focused class concentrating on strength training. Exercise to tone, maintain or build your muscles. Learn a variety of safe and effective lifting techniques to “build” your body according to your liking. CARDIO (Silver Sneakers® ): Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper body strength work with hand held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a ball is alternated with low impact aerobic choreography. A chair is offered for support, stretching and relaxation exercises. CARDIO WALK: Stay on track and keep track as you walk the gym track in an instructor guided workout that offers accountability and motivation. CLASSIC PILATES: Pilates movements developed to increase flexibility while building core strength. CYCLE REEBOK: High energy indoor cycle classes resembling “road” riding with sit/stand positions to climb hills, sprint flats and in between. Routines resemble road riding conditions and will get and keep you in shape for your outdoor rides. Requires registration and a $1 members/$10 non-member fee per class. GENTLE YOGA: Traditional yoga poses and slow stretching with emphasis on breathing techniques, meditation and relaxation. INTERMEDIATE YOGA: An emphasis on raising the heart rate with flowing standing postures (Vinyasa) and a segment including yoga moves focused on core strengthening and ending with deep stretching and relaxation. KICKBOXING: A high intensity interval workout utilizing well defined movements that include kicks and punches focusing on core strength and support. LOWER BODY BLAST: This class starts with a cardio warm up of step aerobics followed by strengthening exercises that tome the lower body and abdominals. MSROM (Silver Sneakers® ): Move through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength of movement and skills required during activities for daily living. Hand held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a ball are offered for resistance and a chair for seated and or standing support. OCEAN MOTION: This sculpting class set to the rhythmic sounds of ocean waves uses a combination of floor exercises and standing lunges and squats to tone and redefine your abs, legs and butt. Ends with a 5 minutes meditation. Good for the body, mind and soul. Follows Zumba for a cardio/strength workout combined. SPORT INTERVAL: A high intensity exercise session using a step to improve your level of aerobic/anaerobic fitness utilizing high intensity periods of repetitive moves interspersed with rest/recovery periods. Class end with a short weight/ab routine. STEP & SCULPT: Work out to specially pop rock music to create a fun workout starting with basic step aerobics which transitions in to isolation exercises designed to tone and sculpt your body. Floor work, abdominal exercise and stretching complete this total body workout. SUNRISE SURPRISE: Wake up your muscles with this early morning 45 minute strength training class. Start with a warmup, then on to upper and lower body strength training using a variety of equipment, ending with an ab workout and stretching. TAI CHI/QI GONG: An ancient form of exercise that is often called “medication in motion”. These slow moving exercises will increase flexibility, mobility and balance promoting overall health and well being. Qi-gong is a Chinese healing art that decreases stress and improves healthy vitality energizing the body. TOTAL BOD Y FIT: Strengthen your core muscles and increase your strength/flexibility as you work a set of conditioning exercises using large Resist-A-Balls, resistance bands and weights. Challenge your total body with this complete workout. TURBO KICK: Created by fitness expert Chalene Johnson, Turbo Jam® is now at our YMCA. Turbo Kick is a fast paced cardio kickboxing class. You will burn massive calories while punching, kicking and twisting to fun music. ULTIMATE ABS: Focus on developing “ultimate” core muscle strength through exercise that targets ab/back muscles. Class concludes with a flexibility stretch cool-down YOGA FOR FITNESS: Traditional yoga moves adapted for “fitness” classes to learn and practice standing /floor yoga moves. A flow pattern of strength movements originating from the core will build your strength and endurance while increasing your flexibility and balance. YOGALATES: Combine the best of Yoga and Pilates moves to increase your flexibility while strengthening your core. Appropriate and beneficial for all levels of exercisers and a great complement to your other workouts. YOGASTRETCH (Silver Sneakers®): Designed to challenge you physically and mentally with a variety of simple and safe yoga exercises that you will do at your own pace. Using a chair for support, you’ll increase flexibility, build endurance and learn how to relax and think more clearly. ZUMBA: Experience an absolute blast of calorie burning, body energizing, awe-inspiring movements to hypnotic Latin rhythms. This routine features interval fast/slow rhythms and resistance training to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Come join the party and get fit while having FUN!!!

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Canandaigua Family YMCA 32 North Main Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424 585.394.6866 www.canandaigua-ymca.org

NON PROFIT U.S. POSTAGE PAID PERMIT NO. 64 Canandaigua, NY

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