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WINTER PROGRAM PROGRAM GUIDE GUIDE WINTER JANUARY-MARCH January-March EVERETTFAMILY FAMILYYMCA YMCA EVERETT


EVERETT FAMILY YMCA

Message from the President

New year, new you. If you’re like me, the new year brings a myriad of openings for new opportunities and challenges. At the YMCA we’re here to help you meet those challenges. For more than 116 years, your Everett Family YMCA has provided enriching programs for the entire family. This winter, we invite you to volunteer for our youth sports or swim lessons program, explore how our preschool program prepare students for early learning and kindergarten readiness, or advocate for the YMCA through our Annual Campaign entitled, “The Y . For a Better Us .” ™

2720 Rockefeller Ave. Everett, WA 98201 P 425 258 9211 F 425 259 2328 FACILITY HOURS Monday - Friday 5 am - 9 pm Saturday 8 am - 6 pm Sunday Noon - 5 pm CLOSURES (download our app to get all updates) January 1 New Year’s Day

We also encourage you to try a variety of wellness programs designed to provide new found energy and strength. As you can see, your YMCA has something for everyone. At the YMCA, you can become engaged with and involved in a community that has served the greater Everett area for well over a century. Welcome to the Everett Family YMCA; for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. Yours in good health and happiness in 2017, Ted Wenta Senior Vice President of Operations

STAFF MEMBERS

Kristy Kentch, Member Services Director ext 1133 kkentch@ymca-snoco.org Member Services ext 1100 or 1130 Liane Ha’i, Director of Youth Development & Social Responsibility lha’i@ymca-snoco.org ext 1142 Michelle Pitzer, Child Care & Family Program Director mpitzer@ymca-snoco.org ext 1160 Danelle McGill, Membership Billing dmcgill@ymca-snoco.org ext 1114 Sarah Kessinger, Child Care Billing skessinger@ymca-snoco.org ext 1121 Gael Gebow Senior Program Director, Aquatics & Wellness ggebow@ymca-snoco.org ext 1103 Tina Burton, Swim Lesson Coordinator cburton@ymca-snoco.org ext 1119 Ted Wenta, Senior Vice President of Operations twenta@ymca-snoco.org ext 1117 Jessica Zylstra, Wellness Coaching ext 1143 jzylstra@ymca-snoco.org Liz Richards, Aquatics Coordinator ext 1136 erichards@ymca-snoco.org

WHAT’S INSIDE MEMBERSHIP ……....…..………………3 WINTER AT A GLANCE…………………..4 GENERAL INFORMATION ………………5 CHILD CARE ………………………………7 TEEN PROGRAMS …………………….8 YOUTH SPORTS ……………………….9 WATER ACTIVITIES ……………………9 GENERAL WATER FITNESS……...…..10 ……………….……....12 SWIM LESSONS EVERETT FAMILY YMCA | WINTER 2017 2

POOL SCHEDULE…………………13 HEALTHY LIVING………………...14 DIABETES PREVENTION………..15 FAMILY TIME……………………...16 GROUP EXERCISE………………...17 PERSONAL WELLNESS…………...18 GROUP EXERCISE………………...19 GYM SCHEDULE…………………...21 SOCIAL SERVICES/VOLUNTEER..22 YMCA-SNOCO.ORG


MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION NOW IT’S EASIER THAN EVER TO JOIN THE Y! Membership in the Y is a special thing. Be a part of a leading nonprofit organization for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The YMCA of Snohomish County is a membership organization and anyone can join. So, with simple monthly dues, you have no contracts or minimum stays to worry about and no sales pitches to endure. Just quality, healthy programs that your whole family can enjoy.

MEMBERSHIP TYPES FACILITY MEMBERSHIP Get full access to fitness centers at all six YMCAs in Snohomish County with a Facility Membership. Choose from a wide menu of free group exercise classes, enjoy lap and recreational swimming, and receive a free wellness orientation when you join. And as a facility member, you’ll be eligible for priority registration and reduced fees on specialty classes and programs for your whole family. PROGRAM MEMBERSHIP If you’re not already a Y Facility Member and want to participate in programs like summer camps, youth sports, swimming lessons and child care, you’ll need an annual Program Membership. You’ll receive the same great level of quality and caring for which the Y is known, but without access to wellness centers and other amenities offered through a full Facility Membership. COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP Belonging is a philosophy at the heart of the Y. Everyone in the community is considered a free Community Member and is welcome to participate in key community events and programs such as fun runs, health fairs, and community education. MY Y IS NOW EVERY Y IN WASHINGTON We want to encourage members to use the Y as often as they can. Sometimes, it’s more convenient for members to use a Y in a different location when travelling, near a workplace, or in another region. Now, full facility/full privilege YMCA members can use other Y facilities throughout the state. See website for program details. CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP As part of the YMCA’s corporate membership plan, employees will enjoy the benefits of belonging to Snohomish County’s largest and most respected health, wellness, and human service organization. For more information about corporate membership, please contact the Member Services Director. MEMBERSHIP FOR ALL We believe everyone deserves a Y experience, so the YMCA of Snohomish County offers financial assistance to individuals and families who might otherwise not be able to afford membership or program fees. Ask a staff member about financial assistance.

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FACILITY MEMBERSHIP RATES Membership

Monthly Dues

Join Fee

Family 2

$99

$100

Family 1

$79

$100

Couple

$90

$100

Active Older Adults (65+)

$56

$75

Adult (30-64)

$63

$75

Young Adult (19-29)

$40

$50

Youth (0-18)

$19

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PROGRAM MEMBERSHIP RATES Membership

Annual Dues

Family

$50

Individual

$25

DAY PASS RATES Type

Daily Fee

Youth (0-18)

$5

Adult (19+)

$15

Active Older Adult (65+)

$12

Family

$25

Day passes are available with a valid photo I.D.

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WINTER AT A GLANCE WHAT CAN YOUR CHILD DO AT THE EVERETT Y THIS WINTER? These programs are included in your Facility Membership

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GENERAL INFORMATION OUR MISSION To inspire, nurture, and strengthen culturally vibrant communities through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. MEMBERSHIP CARD Your membership card is valuable and important. A valid membership card or photo ID is required every time you enter the Y. You can also create a digital card to scan at the branch with our mobile app. GUESTS Your membership includes 12 complimentary guest passes per year please use them! Each pass, stored electronically on your membership account, is good for one redemption at any branch of the YMCA of Snohomish County, and admits one person or one family to join you at the Y. At busy times, the Y reserves the right to limit guest usage. All guests must present photo identification and adhere to facility guidelines. A guest may use Y facilities up to three times in one calendar year with a member. Thereafter, a day pass or membership must be purchased.

FINANCIAL AID Unable to afford the full cost of YMCA memberships and programs? Apply confidentially for financial assistance, forms are located in the lobby and are also available on our website. Member Services staff are available assist you with your request.

Cancelling a program 1 week prior to first day of the program start date=100% full refund less a minimum of a $5 service fee may apply

Cancelling a program after the program start date = refunds will be prorated less a minimum of a $5 service fee may apply

Cancelling a program half-way or more after the program start date = no refund.

TALK TO US This is your Y. Please make your concerns and comments known! Member suggestion cards are available throughout the facility and at Member Services. We pledge to acknowledge each comment and respond appropriately. If you prefer to email or telephone your comment, please contact the Membership Director. GET STARTED An easy first step to getting started at the Y is to contact Member Services for a free wellness connection within your first 30 days of membership. A trained Y professional will meet with you to discuss your goals, answer any questions you may have, and recommend appropriate wellness programs for you. FACILITY GUIDELINES • Ages 6 and under must have direct supervision at all times. • Ages 7-11 must be accompanied by a supervising individual who

remains in the building. PAYMENT OPTIONS Bank draft and credit card payments are a convenient way to pay membership fees and ensure your membership is current. New membership activation requires a one-month payment of membership dues and pro-rated monthly fees at time of enrollment as well as banking account information or a credit card. If your banking or credit card information changes, please let us know at least 15 days before your draft, or you may be charged a $30 NSF fee for nonpayment. LEAVE OF ABSENCE: Members may have their membership held in abeyance once per calendar year upon 15 days advance written notice if membership dues are current. A minimum abeyance of 60 days and a maximum abeyance of 120 days is permitted. Membership will be automatically activated after a term of abeyance expires. There is a $7 fee.

• Ages 12 & 13 are not required to be accompanied by a

supervising individual but are subject to age restrictions for specific areas. • Ages 14 and older are considered adults only for the purpose of

use of the facilities and programs. ELECTRONIC USAGE GUIDELINES Due to the advances in mobile and video technology, and for the privacy and protection of all our members, the YMCA of Snohomish County asks that members, participants, and guests adhere to the following guidelines. • Use of electronic devices is not permitted - at any time - in Y

locker rooms and youth program areas. • As a courtesy to other members, please set phones to silent while

PROGRAM REFUND GUIDELINES The following guidelines are for programs that do not have required deposits (which are non-refundable). Special restrictions apply to Camp, Child Care, Membership and other programs that are clearly stated in their brochures and registrations. Program Directors have the final say to make any allowances other than the following:

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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Jeans and non-workout attire are not permitted in workout areas.

Director is not permitted on Y premises. *Please see Senior Program Director regarding photo policy in pool area during swim lessons.

Excessive use of fragrance products.

FOOD AND BEVERAGES No food or drink other than water is permitted in the pool, workout, and gym areas.

Shirts or workout tops.

Eye guards are required in racquetball courts.

Proper swim attire is required in the pool and spa areas.

• Taking photos or video without permission from the Executive

SMOKE-FREE ENVIRONMENT In keeping with Y’s health and wellness advocacy, smoking is not permitted on Y’s facility or grounds. All YMCA’s of Snohomish County properties are smoke-free environments.

Required in workout areas  Closed-toe athletic shoes.

LOCKERS Lockers are available for day use by members and guests. You must bring your own lock and remove it at the end of each visit. Items left overnight will be removed from the locker room and placed in the lost and found. Always secure your belongings. We recommend that you not bring valuables into the facility; the Y is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Security lockers for small items are available at no cost. PARKING Parking is available in the lot on the corner of Everett Avenue and Rockefeller Avenue for a maximum of two hours at no charge. Cars will be towed from the Armory and Central Lutheran parking lot at all times. RACQUETBALL COURT RENTALS Courts may be reserved up to a day in advance by calling Member Services or in person. Reservations are encouraged to guarantee your desired time. There is a one hour reservation limit per person during peak usage times. Racquets, balls, and eye protection can be checked out with your membership card. ATTIRE As a family organization, the YMCA of Snohomish County encourages members and their guests to maintain an appearance that is not disruptive, distracting, nor offensive in any regard and to wear attire that does not present health or safety concerns. Accordingly, Y staff may restrict appearance and attire with special consideration for those specific issues. These guidelines are meant for example purposes and may not be inclusive of all expectations. Not permitted  Clothing and jewelry that carry sexual, vulgar, or offensive messages or references, including pictures of the use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and gang affiliation.

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT At the Y, we believe every child has potential, and we’re here to nurture that potential. From youth sports to academic support and leadership development, the Y helps bring out the best in kids.

Y PALS WATER PLAY Our Y Pals staff offer children a safe and structured aquatic program while you enjoy the Y. Please bring your child in their swimsuit at the designated times. Children may swim for up to one hour. Space is limited, other drop-in programs available during this time if full.

CHILD CARE & EDUCATION

Ages 3-12 Mondays and Wednesday 6-7:30 pm Free Facility Member Privilege

CHILD WATCH Parents, enjoy a break during your workout knowing your child is having a blast with us! Relax and enjoy some “me time” while your child is enjoying fun, active and structured play for up to two hours while you use the facility. Mornings Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-1:30 pm Saturdays, 9 am-Noon Evenings Monday-Thursday, 4-8:30 pm Friday, 4-7 pm Ages 6 weeks-5 years Free Facility Member Privilege. Last drop-off time is 30 minutes before Child Watch closes.

ADVENTURE ZONE Twist, slide, stretch and jump your way to fitness at the huge climbing toy! Adventure Zone Staff will lead games, songs, and activities to keep everyone active and busy for up to two hours while you use the Y. Mornings Saturdays, 9 am-Noon Evenings Monday-Thursday, 4-8:30 pm Friday, 4-7 pm Ages 6-10 Free Facility Member Privilege; last drop-off time is 30 minutes before Adventure Zone closes. KID’S GYM An exciting movement-oriented program! The host will lead your child in songs, active games, and seasonal crafts. You may drop your child off in the Adventure Zone for up to two hours while you use the Y facility. Monday-Friday, 9-11 am Ages 3-5

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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Ages 2-5 years 6:30 am-6:30 pm Children's activities are guided by a theme-based curriculum which is designed to foster all areas of your child's development. These include creative art, STEM, literature, small and gross motor activities, cooking, and dramatic play. We off a structured, consistent routine so that children can feel secure and thrive. Registration: Call us for a tour prior to registering. Visit our website or stop by the Welcome Center at our Everett Family YMCA branch for pricing and registration forms. Financial assistance is available and DSHS accepted.

SCHOOL AGE LICENSED CHILD CARE Before & After School Care With a focus on safety, health, social growth and academic enhancement, YMCA before and after school programs serve children Kindergarten through 5th grade with a variety of programmatic and activity options to explore and develop their interests and talents. Our School Age programs serve children enrolled in North Everett area elementary schools during their outof-school times from 6:30 am-6:30 pm. On-site programs are located at Whittier and Jackson. These programs are also accessible to students enrolled in the following school via transportation provided daily: Hawthorne, Madison, Emerson View Ridge, Garfield, Lowell Registration: Call us for a tour prior to registering. Visit our website or stop by the Welcome Center at our Everett Family YMCA branch for pricing and registration forms. Financial assistance is available and DSHS accepted.

Mondays-Sports Play Tuesdays-Crafts Wednesdays-Games Galore Thursdays-Crafts Friday-Tumbling

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TEEN PROGRAMS TEEN PROGRAMS DATE NIGHT COUNSELOR Earn volunteer credit for school and Y-Credit to use on High School Programs while providing valuable volunteer service. Help by planning and presenting activities, snacks and games to 6-12 year olds at the Y. Volunteers earn “Y bucks” good for future programing purchases. September 10 “Autumn Leaves & Apples” October 8 “Harvest Fun” November 12 “Thanksgiving Turkeys” December 10 “Holiday Delights” 5-10 pm Grades 7-12 GO CLUB Join the hype around Pokémon Go and get out there to catch them all with friends and staff. We’ll start at the Everett Y and collect what we can around downtown Everett. Ages 10-15. Free for youth. Contact Karshaya James at kjames@ymca-snoco.org. Fridays 2-3 pm in the Teen Tech Center

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER AKA Teen Tech Center, is the perfect place to chill with your friends or maybe get some help with some homework. Our doors are open for you to enjoy a game of pool, foosball, ping-pong, computers and Xbox. Snacks are on-site for purchase. Age 10-18 Monday-Friday Drop in open M-Th, 3-6:30 pm Friday, 1-6 pm Early release and non-school days (M-F) 1-5 pm Free Facility Member Privilege. Sign-in required.

Everett YMCA – High School MAP: Workshops are held on Saturdays in the Everett Conference Room or Teen Center, noon-3 pm. College and Career Field Trip days vary, at least one per month. Open for all Everett students in High School throughout the Everett Public School district Price: Free. Registration Required. Contact: Dak Riek, My Achievers Program Lead for Middle School driek@ymca-snoco.org or Karshaya James, My Achievers Program Lead for High School kjames@ymca-snoco. TEEN MEMBERSHIPS Did You Know?

Teens and children ages 10-17 on the free lunch program at their school can get a YMCA membership for only $17/year! Reduced lunch participants can receive a membership for only $34/year.

MLK DAY OF SERVICE: A DAY ON NOT A DAY OFF Join others around the country as we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in a day of service and giving back to our community. Teens throughout Snohomish County come together on this day to help out on various service projects. Open to teens in grads 6-12. Qualifies for community service hours for school. Contact Liane Ha’I at LHai@ymca -snoco.org or Darwin Paet at dpaet@ymca-snoco.org to register. TEEN DATING VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM In partnership with Domestic Violence Services Snohomish County, we are bringing a workshop for both teens and parents of teens on what healthy dating relationships look like and what it doesn’t look like. Please join us for a very informative night. Light refreshments will be served. Located in the Everett YMCA Conference Room. Date: February 1 Time: 6-8 pm Fee: Free and open to the public

TWEEN & TEEN REC The 60’s gym is open just for you to play a pick-up game of soccer or basketball with your friends or parents! Monday-Friday 4-5:15 pm Grades 5-12 MY ACHIEVERS PROGRAM (MAP) Teens are supported in a setting and work towards achieving high education and career goals with a social justice platform. We provide opportunities for college and career exploration through field trips and workshops. FREE. Registration required. Site Locations and Meeting Days

Evergreen Middle School: Monday & Wednesday, 2:10-3:15 pm. Meets in the Choir room afterschool. Transportation home provided by the school.

Contact Liane at 425 374 5742 or lhai@ymca-snoco.org with Teen Program questions.

North Middle School: In partnership AVID during the school week

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SWIM, SPORTS & PLAY Every child can participate in our recreational sports programs, which aims to build basic skills, develop confidence in our youth, and introduces kids to team sports. Our league is supported by parent volunteers and Y staff. SWIM, SPORTS & PLAY: YOUTH SPORTS WINTER YOUTH SPORTS Ages 3 years-9 years. Our youth sports programs are aimed at building basic skills and developing confidence in our youth. Your child will learn team-building skills, hand-eye coordination, gross motor skills and make new friends! Parents are encouraged to participate. Winter A: January 7-February 11. Indoor Soccer. Ages 3-9. $41 FM/$64 PM Winter B: March-April. Multi-Sport, ages 3-9. $33 FM/$53 PM

SWIM, SPORTS & PLAY: WATER AQUATICS WINTER SWIM LESSONS Choose from 12 levels of group instruction during these four/fiveweek sessions. Find a time and level that is right for you with the chart on page 12. Registration closes the Thursday prior to the start date. Ages 6 months-12 years. Winter A: January 2-February 4 Winter B: February 6-March 11 Winter C: March 14-April 15 Once per week: $17.50 Facility Member/$35 Program Member Twice per week: $35 Facility Member/$70 Program Member PRIVATE/SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS Get one-on-one help from our coaches as you develop your swimming skills. Cut the cost by joining with a friend of similar ability and create a semi-private lesson.

SPECIAL NEEDS AQUATIC PLAY (SNAP) SNAP is a group lesson built to fit the needs of your swimmer. This program is a great option for youth with Asperger's, Autism, sensory integration issues, hearing or visual impairments, or individual needs. Instructors modify skills to fit class needs using space, sound, visual aids, and touch. Parent should come prepared to swim with their child the first day. Winter A: January 2-February 4 Winter B: February 6-March 11 Winter C: March 14-April 15 Once per week: $17.50 Facility Member/$35 Program Member Twice per week: $35 Facility Member/$70 Program Member Fridays, 3 pm, 3:30 pm OR Saturdays, 8:55 am Ages 5-16 CREATE A CLASS Can’t find a class time that fits your needs? Get three of your friends together and we’ll design a class just for you! Availability of class times vary, inquire at Member Services. Ages 6 months-adult Winter A: January 2-February 4 Winter B: February 6-March 11 Winter C: March 14-April 15 Once per week: $17.50 Facility Member/$35 Program Member

Twice per week: $35 Facility Member/$70 Program Member LAP SWIM There is always a lane open for you! If you are looking for a quieter time to swim, visit Member Services for suggestions or check out our pool schedules. **Monday-Thursday, 5 am-8:30 pm Friday, 5 am-8 pm Saturday, 8 am-5:30 pm Sunday , 12-4:30 pm Contact Gael Gebow at ggebow@ymca-snoco.org with questions.

Times and Dates Vary All Ages 4 half-hour lessons Private: $80 Facility Member / $110 Program Member Semi-Private $30 Facility Member / $46 Program Member

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AQUATICS ADULT SWIM LESSONS (16+)

GENERAL WATER FITNESS

ADULT 1 SWIM LESSONS For adults who don't feel at ease in the water or who have never participated in swim lessons, this is the class for you! Non-swimmers are taught basic swimming skills and water safety. Ages 16+

These classes are a free Facility Member Privilege. Pick up a schedule or check the online app.

Mondays 6:30-7 pm OR Saturdays 11:15-11:45 am Winter A: January 2-February 4 Winter B: February 6-March 11 Winter C: March 14-April 15 Once per week: $17.50 Facility Member/$35 Program Member

Twice per week: $35 Facility Member/$70 Program Member ADULT 2 SWIM LESSONS Make your stroke more efficient, fast and powerful. Intermediate/ Advanced level swimmers work on developing strokes and endurance. Emphasis is placed on stroke mechanics and technique. This is a good lead into a Tri-Club level. Ages 16+ Winter A: January 2-February 4 Winter B: February 6-March 11 Winter C: March 14-April 15 Once per week: $26.25 Facility Member/$52.50 Program Member Wednesdays, 6:30-7:15 pm OR Saturdays, 11:50 am-12:35 pm

ARTHRITIS WATER FITNESS 101 Relax joints and stiffness with this recreational water class designed to promote functional endurance, flexibility and strength. Ideal for those recovering from an injury or joint stressors, the water temperature is maintained at a pleasant 86-89 degrees!

TRI-FITNESS SWIM Bored with the regular lap swimming but trying to get stronger for your triathlon or just need some motivation? Follow our weekly workouts proven to help you get stronger in the water. Join us every week and accomplish your goals quicker, easier and most importantly with support. Contact Gael Gebow at ggebow@ymca-snoco.org if interested and for days/times. WATER FITNESS 101 Have you wanted to use the pool for aerobic fitness but do not know how to swim? Improve your strength, toning, mobility, flexibility and cardiovascular fitness with a different kind of workout. Non-swimmers welcome!

PARENT/CHILD SWIM LESSONS

ADULT CREATE A CLASS Can’t find a class time that fits your needs? Get three of your friends together and we’ll design a class just for you! Availability of class times vary, inquire at Member Services. Winter A: January 2-February 4 Winter B: February 6-March 11 Winter C: March 14-April 15 Once per week: $17.50 Facility Member/$35 Program Member Twice per week: $35 Facility Member/$70 Program Member **NOTE: Most lap lanes are reserved for swim team 2:30-4 pm Monday– Thursday.

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SWIM LEVEL PROGRESSION SKIPPER (6-36 MONTHS) This parent-and-me class focuses on water adjustment through imitation of parent and being comfortable in the water. Infants and toddlers will learn to blow bubbles, balance in the water, kick while being towed, and personal safety. Children will use PFD/Puddle Jumper, a Coast Guard approved Type 5 lifejacket to develop balance and independent movement in the water. PARENT PIKE (2 ½-4 YEARS OLD) Parent Pike students learn to put their face in the water, bob with bubbles, willingly release from the wall/paddle away/paddle back to the wall, front float and back float for 10 seconds, and paddle stroke 5 yards while wearing an IFD, all while developing self-confidence in the pool. Parent Pike students will learn to paddle on front, back and side.

PRE-SCHOOL SWIM LESSONS (3-5 YEARS OLD) PIKE Pike students learn to put their face in the water, will learn to bob with bubbles, willingly release from the wall/paddle away/paddle back to the wall, front and back float for 10 seconds, and paddle stroke 5 yards while wearing an IFD, all while developing self-confidence in the pool.

Pike students will learn to paddle on front, back and side. EEL Eels will learn to push off the wall/swim 5 feet away/swim back and grab the wall, front and back float for 20 seconds, and jump into the pool with an IFD/paddle on front 10 yards/turn/kick back 10 yards. Students will also learn to swim 15 feet without an IFD on front and back while being introduced to the crawl stroke and backstroke. RAY/STAR Ray/Star students will learn to float on front and back for 30 seconds, tread water for 30 seconds, jump in the deep end/swim 5 feet/back float for 10 seconds/return to the wall, bob 10 times in deeper water, and jump into the deep end then swim 15 feet. Rays/Stars will also learn front crawl with rotary breathing, breaststroke, side stroke with scissor kick, backstroke with straight arms, elementary backstroke with glide, be introduced to the butterfly stroke, and extending distances and explore the main pool.

POLLIWOG Polliwogs will be able to walk or swim away from the wall/turn around/reach and grab the wall, front and back float for 30 seconds without an IFD, jump in and return to wall without assistance, jump in deep water with an IFD/swim 10 yards on front/kick on back 10 yards, all while gaining confidence in the pool. Polliwogs will also learn to front paddle with face in the water, back paddle with horizontal body position, and side paddle with ear in the water. GUPPY Guppies will learn to front and back float for 1 minute without an IFD, tread water for 30 seconds without an IFD, and perform 10 bobs in deep water. Guppies will also learn to front crawl with rotary breathing, basic breaststroke with rhythmic breathing, side alternating stroke, back crawl with straight arms, and basic elementary backstroke. MINNOW Minnows will learn to tread water for 1 minute with effective kick/ circle kick and bob 10 times in deep water. Minnows also focus on front crawl with side breathing/arms glide front/open turns, breaststroke with rhythmic breathing/glide/ symmetrical whip kick, basic sidestroke with scissor kick, back crawl with opposite straight arm, and elementary backstroke with glide/ symmetrical whip kick. FISH/FLYING FISH Fish/Flying Fish will also learn crawl stroke with side breathing and flip turns, breaststroke with pull-breath-kick-glide rhythm and open turns, elementary backstroke with glide, backstroke with body roll/bent arm pull/flip turns, sidestroke with scissor kick/glide, and basic butterfly stroke. Swim 50 yards. Fish/Flying Fish will learn to do flip turns for front and back crawl, float 6 minutes with minimum movement on front or back, tread water for 3 minutes using a combination of kicks, scull head-first and feet-first (45 feet each), head-first and feet-first surface dive (down 6-8 feet). Swim 100 yards. SHARK Pre-swim team students work to preform the crawl stroke, back crawl, and breast stroke for 100 yards with starts and turns. They are introduced to overarm sidestroke, inverted breaststroke, and trudgen crawl stroke, swimming them for 50 yards with starts and turns. Swimmers learn to take their own heart rate and swim in their target heart range. 200 yard medley is introduced.

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SWIM LESSON SCHEDULE WINTER SWIM LESSONS 2017 CLASS

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MONDAYS

TUESDAYS

WEDNESDAYS

THURSDAYS

FRIDAYS

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SKIPPER (SHRIMP/SKIPPERS)

6 to 30 mos

4:45 pm

4:45 pm

9:30 am

PARENT PIKE

30-48 mos

4:45 pm

4:45 pm

9:30 am

PIKE

3-5 years

4:45 pm, 5:20 pm

4:45 pm, 5:20 pm

EEL

3-5 years

4:10 pm, 5:20 pm

4:10 pm, 5:20 pm

10:05 am 10:40 am

RAY/STAR

4-6 years

4:10 pm

4:10 pm

10:40 am

STARFISH

4-6 years

SPECIAL NEEDS

5-16 years

POLLIWOG

6-12 years

4:10 pm, 5:20 pm

GUPPY

6-12 years

MINNOWS

9:30 am, 10:40 am

10:05 am 3 pm, 3:30 pm

8:55 am

4:10 pm, 5:20 pm

10:05 am 11:15 am

4:10 pm, 5:55 pm

4:10 pm, 5:55 pm

9:30 am

6-12 years

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4:10 pm,

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6-12 years

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FLYING FISH

6-12 years

4:45 pm

4:45 pm

8:55 am

SHARK

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6:30 pm

ADULT 1

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6:30 pm

ADULT 2

16+

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11:15 am 6:30 pm

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YMCA DAYCARE SWIM LESSONS PRIVATE DAYCARE SWIM

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3 pm, 3:30 pm 3:30 pm

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POOL SCHEDULES MAIN POOL MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Recreational Swim 5-8:30 pm

Recreational Swim 5 am-8:30 pm

Recreational Swim 5-8:30 pm

Recreational Swim 5-8:30 pm

Recreational Swim 5-8:30 pm

Recreational Swim 8 am-5:30 pm

Water Fitness 8:30-9:30 am

Tri Club Noon-1:30 pm

Water Fitness 8:30-9:30 am

Tri Club Noon-1:30 pm

Water Fitness 8:30-9:30 am

MAS 2:30-3 pm

MAS 2:30-3 pm

MAS 2:30-3 pm

MAS 2:30-3 pm

HS Swim 2:30-4 pm

HS Swim 2:30-4 pm

HS Swim 2:30-4 pm

HS Swim 2:30-4 pm

Swim Lessons 4-7 pm

Swim Lessons 4-6 pm

Swim Lessons 4-7 pm

Swim Lessons 4-6 pm

Water Fitness 5:30-6:30 pm

Water Fitness 5:30-6:30 pm

Water Fitness 5:30-6:30 pm

Water Fitness 5:30-6:30 pm

Adult 2 Lessons 6:30-7:15 pm

Pool Closes at 8 pm

Adult 1 Lessons 6:30-7 pm

SUNDAY

Women 2 Women 9:30-11:30 am (2nd/4th Sundays)*

HS Swim 2:30-4 pm

Recreational Swim Noon-4 pm

**Pool Party 7-8:30pm 1st Friday of the month

Lap Swim is available unless a class is in progress. Recreational Swim is always open, except during Water Fitness

INSTRUCTIONAL POOL MONDAY

TUESDAY

Arthritis Exercise 9-10 am

The Instructional Pool is only open during scheduled events.

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

Arthritis Exercise 9-10 am Child Care Swim 10-11 am

Child Care Swim 10-Noon

ECE Swim 3-4 pm

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Arthritis Exercise 9-10 am

Swim Lessons 8:55-12:35 pm

Child Care Swim 10-11 am

SNAP 8:55-9:35 am

ECE Swim 3-4 pm

Family Swim 1-3 pm

MAS 2:30-3 pm

MAS 2:30-3 pm

MAS 2:30-3 pm

MAS 2:30-3 pm

Private Daycare Swim Lessons 3:30-4 pm

Swim Lessons 4:10-5:50 pm

Private Daycare Swim Lessons 3:30-4 pm

Swim Lessons 4:10-5:50 pm

SNAP 3-4 pm

Family Swim 6-8 pm

Family Swim 5-7 pm

Swim Lessons 4:10-6:30 pm Y Pals (age 3-12) 6-7:30 pm

Family Swim 1-3 pm

Swim Lessons 1:50-7 pm Family Swim 6-8 pm

Y Pals (age 3-12) 6-7:30 pm

POOL SCHEDULE DESCRIPTIONS RECREATION SWIM All children who have not passed the swim test must have an adult accompany them in the water. FAMILY SWIM Children must have a supervising adult in the water. SPECIAL NEEDS AQUATIC PLAY (SNAP) This program is a great option for youth with Asperger's, Autism, sensory integration issues, hearing or visual impairments, or individual needs.

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Y PALS Kids ages 3-12 may swim with Y staff supervision while you work out for an hour. Ratio of 6:1, sign your child in/out with staff. Entry is firstcome, first-serve basis. Children may swim for 1 hour. WOMEN TO WOMEN Muslim women are invited to use the pool exclusively on the second and fourth Sundays of the month. 9:30-11:30 am on 2nd/4th Sundays. **POOL PARTY First Friday of every month will have family fun featuring the Key Log! Pool will close at 6:30 pm and reopen for Family swim from 7–8:30 pm.

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HEALTHY LIVING LIVESTRONG® AT THE YMCA

LOSE WEIGHT, FEEL GREAT! Receive expert coaching, continuous support, and a full facility YMCA membership. in

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LIVESTRONG at the YMCA is a small-group program developed and established in partnership with the LIVESTRONG Foundation, to assist those who are living with, through or beyond cancer to strengthen their spirit, mind, and body. Primary goals of the program include increased strength, cardio vascular endurance, and flexibility while improving energy levels, which will enhance functional ability to do everyday tasks. Recent research from the Yale Cancer Center and Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Institute confirmed that LIVESTRONG at the YMCA participants experience improved fitness and quality of life as well as significant decreases in cancer-related fatigue. DETAILS: Ages 18+ 12-week program with two 90-minute sessions per week FREE for members and non-members

This is a $665 value!

Space is Limited! To Enroll for This Fall’s Session Contact: Lynnette Monpas, lmonpas@ymca-snoco.org

Space is Limited! Register at your branch Welcome Center Contact: Lynnette Monpas, lmonpas@ymca-snoco.org

ACT! (ACTIVELY CHANGING TOGETHER) ACT! is a nutrition, activity, and self-improvement program for youth ages 8-11 and teens ages 12-14 and their parents. This is a community-based program for youth who are overweight or at risk of becoming overweight. A YMCA Health & Well-Being Team teaches fun ways to be active, eat well, and create healthy lifestyles for the whole family. To be involved in ACT!, one adult family member or guardian must participate. DETAILS: 12-week program, with one 90-minute class per week FREE for members and non-members Space is Limited! To Enroll for This Fall’s Session, Contact Lynnette Monpas, lmonpas@ymca-snoco.org

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HEALTHY LIVING WHAT IS PREDIABETES?

YMCA’S DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM.

Prediabetes is a condition in which individuals have blood glucose levels that are higher than normal, but not high enough to be classified as diabetes. People with prediabetes are at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.

If you are at high risk for type 2 diabetes, the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program can help you adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles that will help you reduce your chances of developing diabetes.

An estimated one in three U.S. adults has prediabetes, yet just 11% of those with prediabetes know they have it. Prediabetes increases the risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

Risk for developing type 2 diabetes may be reduced or eliminated by weight loss, healthier eating, and increased physical activity.

The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program helps those at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles by eating healthier, increasing physical activity and losing a modest amount of weight in order to reduce their chances of developing the disease. Research by the National Institutes of Health has proven that programs like the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program can reduce the number of cases of type 2 diabetes by 58%.

PROGRAM GOALS:

Reduce body weight by 7%

Increase physical activity to 150 minutes per week

DETAILS: In a classroom setting, a trained lifestyle coach will facilitate a small group of participants in learning about healthier eating, physical activity and other behavior changes. The year-long program consists of 25 sessions over the course of one year. The group will meet every week for 16 weeks, followed by three bi-weekly classes, then six months of follow-up with one session per month. WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? In order to qualify for the program, you must be at least18 years old, overweight (BMI > 25)* and at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes indicated by a confirmatory blood value†, prediabetes determined by clinical diagnosis of Gestational Diabetes (GDM) during previous pregnancy, or a qualifying risk score. TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY, AND TO ENROLL, CONTACT: Andrea Weiler 360 453 2190 *Asian individual(s) BMI > 22 †Individuals who have already been diagnosed with either type 1 or type 2

diabetes do not qualify for this program.

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HEALTHY LIVING Achieving and maintaining wellness is a task that’s never finished. That’s why a healthy lifestyle is so important. We’re here to help you regardless of your starting point with a variety of classes and supports to keep you healthy in spirit, mind and body! FAMILY TIME FAMILY SWIM Enjoy time together swimming and playing in our warm Instructional Pool. Adult members and their children may also swim in the Main Pool during Recreation Swim times. Children must be accompanied by an adult in the water. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-8 pm Fridays 5-7 pm Saturdays and Sundays 1-3 pm

DATE NIGHT We provide your family with the opportunity to thrive with some quality adult-only time! Drop your children off with us for a delightful evening of guided play in the Adventure Zone and a swim (ages 6+). A nutritious meal is included with registration. Saturdays, once a month, 5-10 pm. September 10 “Autumn Leaves & Apples” October 8 “Harvest Fun” November 12 “Thanksgiving Turkeys” December 10 “Holiday Delights” Ages 6 weeks to 12 years 1 Child: $30 Facility Member/$40 Program Member $10 for each additional child

Free Facility Member Privilege!

NEW!! AFTER HOUR POOL PARTY FRIDAYS! Join us the first Friday of every month for 1 ½ hours of family fun featuring the Key Log! Pool will close at 6:30 pm and reopen for Family swim from 7 – 8:30 pm. BIRTHDAY PARTIES Celebrate your next party with us! Whether you choose an Adventure Zone Party, Pool Party, Teen Party, or Sports Party, our Y hosts will make sure your party is a memorable one. All you have to do is invite your friends, bring the cake, sit back and relax knowing the Y has thought of everything else. The Y will provide all the rooms, utensils, drinks, decorations, party favors and fun!! FREE gift for Birthday boy or girl included! All ages $200 Facility Member/$250 Program Member Contact Michelle Pitzer at 425 374 5760 or mpitzer@ymca-snoco.org

Contact Michelle Pitzer with questions about our youth development programs: mpitzer@ymca-snoco.org

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HEALTHY LIVING HEALTH, WELL-BEING & FITNESS MASSAGE THERAPY Linda Beilfus, licensed massage therapist since 1989, can help you feel relaxed and rejuvenated for your overall health. Massage therapy relieves tension, stress and chronic pain. Gift certificates available at Member Services. Nonmembers welcome. Massage Types Offered Swedish Massage Deep Tissue Reiki Hot Stone Therapy Aromatherapy Hot Towels Sports Massage Reflexology 30 minutes-$30 45 minutes-$45 60 minutes-$55 90 minutes-$80 To schedule an appointment call 425 374 5722 SILVERSNEAKERS® The SilverSneakers® Fitness Program is an innovative health, exercise and wellness program helping older adults live healthy, active lifestyles. Check with your insurance to see if you qualify for the program and register today at the SilverSneakers® website or visit Member Services.

SENIOR LUNCH & LEARN SERIES Starting on Wednesday December 14, we will be offering a "Lunch and Learn" series 1 time per month on various topics relating to you. The series will meet on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1:30-3:30 pm. You are welcome to bring a sack lunch with you. Some of the topics will be: Kidney Health, Dealing with Alzheimer’s, Downsizing and Decluttering. Meet in the chapel on first floor. Registration required. December Topic: Kidney Health and healthy diet Upcoming dates: December18 (registration opens December 2) January 18 February 15 Free to all community members. Contact Gael Gebow at ggebow@ymca-snoco.org.

OPTUM : AT YOUR BEST At Your Best is a custom wellness solution for seniors that is now available at the Everett YMCA. It includes a special monthly membership rate, in-market events, online resources, and one-on-one wellness coaching. Plan holders of an AARP® Medicare Supplement Plan insured by United Health Care Insurance Company in participating states can use this program. Call 1 866 275 5599 or go online to JoinAtYourBest.com to get started. MOBILEFIT As a member you have access to using our brand new workout companion Mobilefit. The Mobilefit app will empower you to stay with your exercise routine by giving you unique communication link with your coach. Instantly see the goals you have set together. Access the custom workout that they designed for you. And every time you log a workout your coach will see exactly what you did, so they can encourage you and continually tailor their advice to keep moving you forward. EVERETT Y CLASS PASS Purchase 10 visits to any class for the amazing price of $100. This is a perfect way to find out if the Y is for you before purchasing the membership. All Group Exercise classes are included free with a YMCA membership. STRENGTH TRAIN TOGETHER This 1 hour of power will blast all your muscles with a high-rep weight training workout. Using an adjustable barbell, weight plates, and body weight, Strength Train Together combines squats, lunges, presses, and curls with functional integrated exercises. Dynamic music and a motivating group atmosphere will get your heart rate up, make you sweat, and push you to a personal best! POWER UP!

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HEALTHY LIVING ADULT SPORTS & RECREATION WINTER TRI-CLUB Join us for a mini triathlon every Sunday beginning at 7:30am. This includes a 40 minute swim, 40 minute Spin and a run/walk/crawl outdoors. Each week you will start with either the swim or the bike depending on participation and space. If you are preparing for your first ever tri or even an Ironman, this is for you! We build strength, endurance, stamina and confidence but most importantly we build community and support. Contact Gael Gebow at ggebow@ymcasnoco.org for more information.

Dates: January 8-February 26; Spring dates are March 5-30. Registration: For members-December 10-January 1, 2017, program members December 17; Spring registration for members is February 1 -28, program members February 8. Cost: $30 member, $60 program participant. Childcare is included in this cost. ADULT SWIM PROGRAM Adult Fitness Swim is an hour long class designed to help swimmers improve their Speed, endurance, strength, and technique. Through a balanced program that includes drills, demonstrations, personalized feedback, and a varied workout you will improve your front crawl, breast stroke, back crawl, flip turns, pull-outs, and streamlining. This class is designed for those that want to get more out of their swim workout, whether they are focusing on general fitness, or training for a race. We tailor the instruction to your current level of swimming. Participants should be able to swim a minimum of one lap using two of the three strokes listed above prior to registering for this class.

LOG ROLLING CHALLENGE (Adults only!) Key Log Rolling is a low impact activity with high rewards for all ages and sizes. Stepping back and forth on a spinning Key Log improves balance, footwork, core strength, and cardiovascular endurance. A log rolling match consists of 2 people on one log, each person trying to be the last one standing! Stay tuned for upcoming session dates. WALLYBALL DROP-IN Are you interested in giving wallyball a try? Come to our drop-in times! Players use the court walls and their hands to volley the ball over the net in this hybrid game. 4th floor courts. Thursdays, Noon-1 pm Beginner level COURT RESERVATIONS AND SERVICES Racquetball, Wallyball, Pickle ball and Squash courts are available for use. Reservations are recommended 24 hours in advance. Visit the Welcome Center for more information. CO-ED OPEN GYM VOLLEYBALL Jump, set, and spike your way to fitness while enjoying the camaraderie of others who enjoy intermediate to advanced play. Meet in the Main Gym. Free for facility members, nonmembers can purchase a punch card for 8 visits for $25. Thursdays 6:15-9 pm Ages 16+ Free Facility Member Privilege

Starts January 4 RESOLUTION RUN & DIP Begin 2017 by washing off 2016! Meet new friends and bring old friends for a four-mile out and back run starting at Lundeen Beach, followed by an icy dip into Lake Stevens. We will provide hot chocolate and treats to heat you back up after your plunge! When: Sunday, January 1 at 9 am Location: Lundeen Park, Lake Stevens (South of Lundeen Parkway at 99th Avenue NE) Cost: Free Community Event! Contact: Gael Gebow ggebow@ymca-snoco.org This is not a closed course so please use caution and walker rules. The complete run is approximately 4 miles but you may turn around at any point Y IRONMAN CHALLENGE During the month of February, challenge yourself to complete the Ironman Challenge. That’s 27 extra days to finish! Anyone can do an Ironman. · Swim 2.4 miles · Bike 112 miles · Run 26.2 miles - that’s right, a marathon Challenge your friends, or just have fun doing your very own EVERETT FAMILY YMCA | WINTER 2017 18 Ironman! Use the equivalency chart to track your progress in miles on your tracking sheet. Pick up your tracking sheet at Member Services. Go ahead, you can do it! Registration opens Jan 3

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GROUP EXERCISE Schedule is subject to change with 2 weeks notice and is updated the first of every month. Please check YMCA of Snohomish County mobile app or pick up the most current copy from the lobby. GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES These classes are free to Facility Members and those with a day pass or Class Pass. BARRE Where ballet meets Pilates and Yoga. Barre focuses on a unique combination of dynamic movement and isometric holds, in sequences to strategically transform the body and develop long term postural benefits. CIRCUIT TRAINING This combines high-intensity aerobics and resistance training in an easy to follow format, targeting fat loss, muscle building and heart fitness. CORE BLASTER Increase stability and balance by targeting the muscles and the abs and the other major muscle groups by using a variety of techniques. CORE CONDITIONING The act of strengthening the muscles of the abdominals and torso. This type of format will tone and condition the abs, improve lower back pain and help the body move properly in exercise and everyday movement. CYCLE CIRCUIT Intervals of group cycling mixed with circuit style training focusing on core, strength and endurance. CYCLE/CORE Combines Cycling and Core Training in one fast-paced workout: the final 15 minutes of class is a burst of core-strength training. CYCLE YO! Combine the art of Yoga with the skill and intensity of cycling for the ultimate mind, body and spirit experience. DUTCH KICKBOXING A combination of both Muay Thai and Japanese Kickboxing to create the Dutch version of the kickboxing art. Dutch Thai Kickboxing classes will offer you the opportunity to train with intensity in a dynamic method of training, while getting overall conditioning, fitness and confidence. It focuses on improving form, speed, and agility. HIIT High intensity interval training, this class alternates periods of short intense anaerobic exercise with less-intense recovery periods. These short, intense workouts provide improved athletic capacity and conditioning. LAUGHING YOGA Anyone can laugh for no reason without relaying on humor or jokes and one can feel the benefits on the very first session. A combination

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of deep breathing exercises from yoga and laughing, with childlike playfulness, will oxygenate your brain and make you feel healthy and energetic. MIXXEDFIT® MixxedFit® is a people inspired dance fitness program that is a mix of explosive dancing and boot camp toning. In MixxedFit® you dance to today’s hits and yesterday’s favorites with repetitive and easy to learn choreography that all ages and fitness levels can follow PILATES Focus on improving strength and flexibility for the total body through exercises that enhance your posture and core strength. Exercises are performed with intense focus on spinal alignment, core muscle engagement and proper breathing techniques. SILVERSNEAKERS® CIRCUIT Ideal for exercisers looking for injury rehab and active older adults. Provides low impact cardio activity, basic, but effective strength exercises and gentle flexibility moves. SILVER SNEAKERS Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscle strength, range of movement and activities for daily living. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a SilverSneakers ball are offered for resistance. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. This class can be adapted by the student depending on their fitness level and abilities. It is suitable for beginning to intermediate skill levels. STRENGTH TRAIN TOGETHER Blast all your muscles with a high-rep weight training workout. Using an adjustable barbell, weight plates, and body weight, this workout combines squats, lunges, presses, and curls, with functional integrated exercises. Dynamic music and a motivating group atmosphere will get your heart rate up! WATER FITNESS Low impact, great work out in the water! Ages 14+ YOGA Incorporates static and dynamic flexibility movements using yoga postures to reduce stress and improve strength and posture. ZUMBA® A fusion of Latin and International dance themes creates a dynamic, exciting, effective fitness system. Zumba® uses the principles of interval and resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning and total body toning. ZUMBA TONING® The same dynamic music rhythms as Zumba®. The challenge of adding resistance by using Zumba Toning Sticks (or light weights), helps you focus on specific muscle groups, so you (and your muscles) stay engaged.

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GROUP EXERCISE Meet Our Wellness Coaches RIGHT START Sign up for your complimentary 3 visits Amy: I design programs that help the client feel, move, and perform better. I love to work with people who need sports injury/post rehab support with your personal wellness coach. With and those looking to improve functional movement form and improve strength for their sporting activities. Certifications: ACE (American Council the support of your coach you can on Exercise) personal trainer, ACE group exercise instructor, certificate in discover how to get started on a wellness Sports Medicine and Human Performance (Univesity of Washington). plan that and finally learn how to be Art: Combining appropriate cardio/aerobic exercise with personalized training and proper diet is the pathway to improved health and higher healthy the right way! Sign up today at the weight quality of living. We can work together to assess your health history and set attainable goals on the road to better health. Certifications: Personal Welcome Center. Trainer Certification (NCSF). Group Exercise Instructor: indoor cycling, circuit PERSONAL TRAINING Personal training provides one on one guidance from our expert staff. They will also develop a program uniquely designed to help you achieve your personal fitness goals. Our trainers specialize in:

Weight Management and Weight Loss

Functional Training and Rehabilitation

Endurance Training

Sport Specific Performance

Our personal training team is held to the highest standards to provide you the best possible experience. Our trainers hold nationally accredited certifications and college degrees in exercise science. By Appointment

training, interval training, strength and conditioning. Silver Sneakers Certification: Classic and Cardio Circuit.

Cindy: My fitness journey began when I signed up for the Try-a-SprintTri program that offered swim instruction, coaching and group workouts. With the help of Y coaches, I learned to swim and completed my first triathlon. My adventure led me to certification and being able to give back to the community I love so much. Certifications: YMCA Group Instructor Certification.

Boyd: Whether your goals include strength training, performance training, or developing long, lean muscle mass, together we can develop a plan to help you achieve your fitness goals and find an exercise routine that inspires you. Certifications: Certified Personal Trainer, American Council on Exercise; Advanced Sports and Exercise Nutrition Advisor; Modern Army Combative Trainer Course Certification.

Age 12+ One-on-one sessions $50 Facility Member/$65 Program Member Visit welcome desk to register.

Jessica: As a coach I understand making the time and commitment is

Special Group and Multiple Session Rates

goals. I personally enjoy staying active and fit so love spreading my knowledge as well as discovering ways to help you achieve your goals.

ONE SESSION: One Person Two People Three People

$50 $75 $105

FOUR SESSIONS: One Person Two People Three People

$180 $300 $420

EIGHT SESSIONS: One Person Two People Three People

$340 $560 $780

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not that easy. A gentle nudge can help you on your way to feeling success. I am here to help you find your path and give you the nudge you need.

Silas: I love assisting members as they strive to meet their wellness

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MobileFit is the only app designed to give you constant feedback from your Wellness Coach. Receive custom-designed workouts, video updates with the latest workouts, and personalized motivational tips. Coaches will track your progress and help make modifications in real-time to keep you on track. You can also follow a program designed by your coach or trainer, or even pick from dozens of programs that fit your specific exercise preference or goal.

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MAIN GYM SUNDAY

1-3 pm Everett HS Volleyball

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

6-7:30 am Adult Basketball

6-7:30 am Adult Basketball

6-7:30 am Adult Basketball

9:30-10:20 am Silver Sneakers

9:30-10:20 am Silver Sneakers

9:30-10:20 am Silver Sneakers

9 am-noon Youth Sports

11:30 am-2 pm Open Gym Basketball

11:30 am-2 pm Open Gym Basketball

11:30 am-2 pm Open Gym Basketball

Noon-4 pm Open Gym

5-7 pm Everett HS Volleyball

6:15-9 pm Co-Ed Drop-In Volleyball

‘60s GYM MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

10:30-11:30 am ECE

10:30-11:30 am ECE

10:30-11:30 am ECE

10:30-11:30 am ECE

10:30-11:30 am ECE

11:30 am-2 pm *Adult Basketball

11:30 am-2 pm *Adult Basketball

11:30 am-2 pm *Adult Basketball

11:30 am-2 pm *Adult Basketball

11:30 am-2 pm *Adult Basketball

4-5:15 pm Tween Rec

4-5:15 pm Tween Rec

4-5:15 pm Tween Rec

4-5:15 pm Tween Rec

4-5:15 pm Tween Rec

SATURDAY

9-10 am Youth Sports

HIIT 5:30-6:30 pm 6:30-8 pm ACT

Schedule is subject to change with two weeks notice. Download our Mobile App or visit our website for the latest schedules. Gym use guidelines must be followed during all activities. *Adult basketball: This time is set-aside for our adult members (40+) to use the gym for basketball. Open Gym: A chance for fun and recreational activities, alone or with your family; basketballs are available for checkout at Member Services. Also available for members and guests at all unscheduled activity times. Drop-In Volleyball: All volleyball players ages 16+ with intermediate or advanced skill sets are welcome to join our Drop-In Volleyball every Thursday night. We are playing for fun, but registration is required prior to participation. Tween Rec: The 60s gym is open just for you to play a pick-up game of soccer or basketball with your friends or parents! Tournament Thursdays will be 3 on 3, 20minute basketball games. Bring your team and join in on the fun. Ages 10-18.

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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Giving back and supporting our neighbors is part of what makes the Y the Y. We are a community and we lend a hand where we can.

VOLUNTEERISM & GIVING

VOLUNTEER, DONATE, ADVOCATE Our movement is made up of people of all ages and from every walk of life, all working side-by-side to ensure that everyone, regardless of TOGETHER, WE CAN BUILD A BETTER US gender, income, or background, has the opportunity to live life to the fullest. Financial assistance keeps the Y available for kids and families Every day, the YMCA of Snohomish County gives our community who need us most. We count on the generosity of our members and the support it needs to learn, grow, and thrive. From advocacy to community to help people of all ages and from all walks of life be more food security, disease prevention to athletics, football to dance healthy, confident, connected, and secure. When you give to the Y, your classes, everything we do helps strengthen our neighborhood and the gift will have a meaningful, enduring impact right in your own people who live here. neighborhood. The Y’s Financial Assistance Program is supported by But keeping our neighborhoods great is a full-time job. Every contributions to our Annual Campaign and United Way. And finally, the Y day, our community faces new challenges that create a greater need could not survive without the dedication of our volunteers. From youth for the work we do. And we need your help to do it. Your gift can help tutors to committee members, teen mentors to fundraisers, board New year, new you. Ifmembers you’reto fitness instructors, volunteers lend their time, talents, and Snohomish County and everyone in it shine. like me, the new year brings a strengthen our community. energy to help For a better you. For a better community.

myriad of openings for new opportunities and challenges. VOLUNTEER, DONATE, ADVOCATE Learn more at ymca-snoco.org/ForABetterUs At the YMCA, we’re here Acrosstothe United States, more than 500,000 business leaders, help you meet those community challeng-advocates, parents, teens, and individuals who want to give SOCIAL SERVICES back and support their neighbors volunteer at the Y. In 10,000 es. For more than 115 years, ESOL CLASSES neighborhoods your Everett Family YMCA has nationwide, including Snohomish County, we have the presence The YMCA is partnering with the Seattle Goodwill to provided offer eight weeks of programsand partnerships to not just promise, but deliver positive enriching personal and social change. Y volunteers give men, women, and children English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). Goodwill’s class will build for the entire family. This winof all ages and from all walks of life the resources and support the need confidence in everyday situations, improve consumer skills, and prepare ter, we invite you to to volunteer be healthy, confident, connected and secure. students for employment or educational programs. Free child care (ages for our youth sports or swim one year and up) is provided. Class sizes will be kept small with no more program, how OF THE Y than 16 participants to a class. Although there is nolessons cost to attend, there explore VOLUNTEERS are a few requirements, including regular attendance.our preschool programs preour Boards of Directors and branch committees. • Lead pare students for early learnRaise funds to ensure the Y is accessible to all members of the • Classes are Tuesdays and Thursdays community through Annual Campaign. ing and kindergarten readiDates: January 3-March 17 The Y.™ For a better us.™

April 3-June 16 Y COMMUNITY Y Community provides free or reduced-fee activities to families in partnered emergency and transitional shelters. Activities vary from the YMCA and other locations. Register with your caseworker or the Community Coordinator. Y community programs are made available through community Annual Campaign donations. Contact Stephanie Green, Y Community Coordinator at sgreen@ymca-snoco.org or 425 346 6979. YOUTH MEMBERSHIP The Y is for everyone. Youth Memberships are available to teens who are eligible for free or reduced-price lunches at school. Turn in your Youth Membership application with: • School District letter of eligibility for the free/reduced lunch program, or from a school counselor confirming eligibility. • Payment of $17 or $34, based on free or reduced status

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• Motivate and support youth through coaching our sports teams and

teaching many of our classes. • Extend a hand to help adults who want to do more, be more or live

healthier through healthy living programs. •Participate in opportunities to give back and support neighbors through

food drives, community events and more! If you would like to donate some of your time please pick up a volunteer application. Volunteer opportunities and application can be found on our website at ymca-snoco.org. TOGETHERHOOD® Togetherhood® empowers us to plan and lead volunteer service projects that address the needs within our community. Working side by side with neighbors and community partners, Togetherhood® volunteers make new friends, improve lives and contribute to a stronger and more inclusive society. This program is designed to provide Y members with the opportunity to identify and lead projects. It is unique as members are invited to take the lead and the Y staff play a support role. If you are interested in giving back and joining our Togetherhood® team please complete the form on the reverse side or contact Gael Gebow at ggebow@ymca-snoco.org.

or call at 425 374 5703

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YMCA OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY The Y is for everyone. Financial assistance is available.

SIX BRANCHES TO SERVE YOUR NEEDS

E V E R E T T

M A R Y S V I L L E

M I L L

CARDIOVASCULAR EQUIPMENT

CIRCUIT STRENGTH/ FREE WEIGHTS

SWIMMING POOL

M O N R O E

M U K I L T E O

S T A N W O O D

GYMNASIUM

GROUP CYCLING

EVERETT FAMILY YMCA 2720 Rockefeller Avenue Everett, WA 98201 P 425 258 9211 MARYSVILLE FAMILY YMCA 6420 60th Drive Marysvillle, WA 98270 P 360 653 9622 MILL CREEK FAMILY YMCA 13723 Puget Park Drive Everett, WA 98208 P 425 337 0123 MONROE/ SKY VALLEY FAMILY YMCA 14033 Fryelands Boulevard Monroe, WA 98272 P 360 805 1879 MUKILTEO FAMILY YMCA 10601 47th Place West Mukilteo, WA 98275 P 425 493 9622 STANWOOD-CAMANO YMCA 7213 267th St. NW Stanwood, WA 98292 P 360 629 9622 YMCA OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY ASSOCIATION OFFICES 2720 Rockefeller Avenue Everett, WA 98201 P 425 258 9211 BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS 2722 Colby Ave., Ste. 415 Everett, WA 98201 P 425 252 2227

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425 258 9211

C R E E K

PILATES REFORMER RACQUETBALL/ HANDBALL/ SPORTS COURTS

INDOOR TRACK

WHIRLPOOL

DRY SAUNA

STEAM ROOM

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER

YOUTH ACTIVITIES ROOM

YOUTH FITNESS EQUIPMENT

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SKATE PARK FAMILY CHANGING AREA

CHILD WATCH/ADVENTUREZONE

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OUTDOOR PLAYGROUND


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BOOTS & BOWTIES SATURDAY, FEBURARY 11 HEALTHY A KIDS Benefit Gala for the Mill Creek® YMCA DAY SATURDAY, APRIL 30

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