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  • 1. 2010 SPRING PROGRAM GUIDE SESSION III: FEBRUARY 1 - APRIL 18, 2010 SESSION IV: APRIL 19 - JUNE 21, 2010 21 Locust Avenue, Rye, New York 10580 914-967-6363 www.ryeymca.org
  • 2. Welcome to the Rye YMCA! As you leaf through our extensive program guide, I hope you will find a broad array of programs and services to support your health and well-being goals. We have worked hard to recognize the diverse needs of our members and believe that the scope of programs offered will help adults, teens and families to grow in spirit, mind and body. With our knowledgeable, caring staff and extensive facilities, we will help you take steps toward a healthier lifestyle. We are also a community where you can connect with others, release stress, and nurture your whole self. At the Rye YMCA, our top priority is to create a place for you and your family to relax, play, and strengthen family ties. As we approach our 100th year in Rye, the YMCA remains committed to serving the communities of Rye, Harrison, Larchmont and Mamaroneck. We are driven by community need, guided by community volunteers and open to all. I would like to thank our donors and supporters for their continuing generosity during 2009 which allowed the Rye Y to provide over $250,000 in financial assistance to individuals and families in need. We are also indebted to the many volunteers who contribute thousands of hours of their time to the YMCA. This form of philanthropy and “giving back” to the community allows the Rye Y to continue its mission of providing an open and accessible environment to all, regardless of financial circumstance. Thank you for being a part of the YMCA and helping us to build strong kids, strong families and strong communities. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or suggestions for your YMCA! Gregg Howells Executive Director Mission Statement: The Rye YMCA is a family oriented community service organization which welcomes all people and promotes positive values through programs that build spirit, mind and body.
  • 3. Membership & Program Highlights The Y Roadmap to a Healthier Lifestyle Would you like to take steps toward a healthier Included in Membership: lifestyle but don't know how to get started? We The following facilities are available to all members encourage you to take a quick on-line assessment of • 6 lane Brookside Pool your health and well-being. • 4 lane Pa Cope Pool • State of the art Fitness Center with FitLinxx- new Developed by Stanford University’s Prevention members receive a fitness assessment Research Center, this personalized, confidential • Fitness Annex survey provides immediate feedback which can then • Full size Gymnasium - gymnastics, basketball, be used to discover your best route to success at the volleyball, soccer, youth sports YMCA. Take the survey today at: • Group Fitness Studio https://healthimprovement.stanford.edu/amway/ • Racquetball Court • Locker Rooms with saunas When you have your results, please contact Laura • Game Room with pool table, air hockey and more Tiedge, Senior Director of the Healthy Lifestyles, at Plus.... 967-6363, ext. 107 or by email at • Free daily aqua exercise, spinning classes and group lauratiedge@ryeymca.org. exercise classes • Free YMCA classes at the Wainwright House including Laura and her staff will help you develop a Yoga and Pilates personalized roadmap for a healthier lifestyle. This • Family Members choose from a selection of free tot consultation is available to all members at no charge. classes • Family Members enjoy free Family Gym, Swim and Dinner events plus other family activities What's New at the Rye Y Additional Benefits (extra fees may apply): Family Skate, Swim & Dinner, 1/16 - p. 11 • Member rates and priority registration for all programs Mother Daughter Jewelry Party, 3/20 - p. 12 • Personal and small group training Baby Sports (ages 2-3), p. 13 • First Steps program for new & returning exercisers Guitar Lessons (ages 5-10), p. 14 • Child Watch and Tot Drop babysitting services One-on-One Hydro Pilates, p. 25 • After School Adventures and Kindertime Olympic Games (ages 4-5), p. 33 • Summer Camp and Vacation Camps Volleyball Tournament (grades 9-12), p. 35 Dodgeball Tournament (grades 9-12), p. 35 Financial assistance available. Teen Poetry Slam (grades 9-12), p. 35 Please visit www.ryeymca.org and click on Spring Break Stowe Ski Trip (ages 12-15), p. 36 Financial Aid for details. STAY UP TO DATE WITH ALL RYE Y PROGRAMS AND EVENTS AT WWW.RYEYMCA.ORG • Click on News/Events on our top menu bar and view our calendar listings. Get Y events delivered to your browser via RSS Feed or sent to your Outlook or iCal calendar. • If you're not already receiving email communications from us, be sure to sign up for our monthly email newsletter. Click on the Sign Up for Our Email Newsletter tab on our homepage (left column) • Follow us on Twitter or view Twitter updates in the upper right column of our homepage • Click on the Facebook icon (lower right column) to become a fan of the Rye YMCA and be the first to view videos and news articles. 2
  • 4. Rye YMCA Table of Contents Rye YMCA Mission & Welcome .........................1 & 2 Board of Directors/Staff ............................................ 4 Membership Information & Rates............................. 5 We build strong kids Registration Dates .................................................... 6 strong families Registration Procedures .....................................7 & 8 strong communities. “At A Glance” Guide .........................................9 & 10 Family Activities .............................................. 11 & 12 Pre-School Gym & Music ....................................... 13 FACILITY HOURS Youth Arts & Computers ......................................... 14 Monday-Friday Dance .................................................................... 15 5:30 am-10:00 pm* . Birthday Parties ...................................................... 15 Saturday Child Watch ............................................................ 16 7:00 am-6:30 pm* . Childcare ................................................................ 17 Sunday Vacation Camps ..................................................... 18 8:00 am-6:30 pm* Pre School Gym/Swim ...................................19 & 20 *See building rules on page 43 & 44 Youth & Teen Swim ....................................... 21 & 22 Scuba and Competitive Swim ................................ 23 Adult Swim Programs ............................................. 24 Holiday Closings Private Lessons/Aquatic Personal Training............ 25 (Please note: When the Rye City Schools are CloSed for Aqua Exercise/Older Adult Swim ........................... 26 inclement weather, all youth classes are canceled. Check with Water Certification/Safety Training .................27 & 28 Y staff regarding classes on all other holidays. Gymnastics ............................................................. 29 See page 6 for Holiday Schedule information.) Gymnastics Team Training... .... ..............................30 Youth Sports/Exercise ..................................... 31 - 33 New Year's Day January 1 Karate/Adult Sports ................................................ 34 Easter Sunday April 4 Memorial Day May 31 Teen Leadership & Activities ..........................35 & 36 Independence Day July 4 Teen Fitness............................................................37 Healthy Lifestyles Program & First Steps ............. 38 Fitness/Group Exercise ..................................... 38-41 21 Locust Avenue, Rye, N.Y. 10580 Personal Training/Small Group Training ................ 39 Phone: (914) 967-6363 Wainwright House/Osborn...................................... 42 Fax: (914) 967-6398 Web site: www.ryeymca.org General Rules & Policies .............................. 43 & 44 Activate America......................................................45 Mail-In Registration Form .................................. Insert 3 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 5. Board Of Directors Administrative Staff Officers Gregg R. Howells executive director Timothy J. Clark President edward Philipp director of operations Mark doran Vice-President david Stern Chief Financial officer Katherine doyle Vice-President Sally Wright development director Pati Holmes Vice-President Robert Maxwell Facilities director lisa Murphy Vice-President Sylvia Gonzalez Human Resource director Christy Murphy Secretary Penny Cozza Fund development Associate Gene P. lynch Treasurer Barbara Hughes director of Membership Services Helen Gates director of Marketing/Strategic Initiatives Members Vera Merlino Membership Secretary James Carlson Richard lawrence Rosemarie diBuono Bookkeeper emily Cavanagh Mark Miller William R. Connors, esq. Judy Myers Valerie Griffin Accounting Associate Joseph deVita Timothy A. o'Neill lisa Tidball Associate director of Communications Carrie donahue Tim o'Toole Mariela leech Program office Assistant Karen F. Hamilton Barbara Raho Mona Hirson Sandra Samberg Patrik Jakobson Christopher Scala laura Kelleher Suzanne Kelly douglas Shanks Kevin S. Tice Program Staff Tom Swanciger Senior director of Membership & Programs Kim larsen Terry Tolley Kelly Kressler director of Family Services Kelley Worman laura Tiedge Senior director of Healthy lifestyles Melissa lewis Athletics director Trustees lou Caratelli Teen outreach director donald Bomann Robert Pearlman lucien d. Burnett, III Joseph T. Raho diana Vita Associate Health & Fitness director Nancy J. Haneman William Springer Brendan Ahearn Fitness Center director ellen M. Mello, esq. Werner e. Tietjen Charles Clute Health and Wellness Projects Coordinator Michael T. Moran Michael T. Tokarz danielle Ybarra Teen Coordinator Thomas F. Murphy elissa Cavataro Child Watch Coordinator ellen Kaplan Pre-School Gym Coordinator Honorary Trustees Kathy o'Brien Gymnastics Coordinator Viwat Sakulrat Aquatics Coordinator Kate l. loree Developmental Assets - Giving Young People What They Need To Succeed Young people today struggle to develop positive values, an ethic of civic responsibility and educational skills. Along with the Search Institute, YMCA USA and YMCA Canada, have developed a holistic, systematic approach to improving young peoples' lives that involves the entire community. Search Institute's 40 Developmental Assets are concrete, common sense, positive experiences and qualities essential to raising successful young people. These assets have the power during critical adolescent years to influence choices young people make and help them become caring, responsible adults. Visit our website: www.ryeymca.org and click on “Assets” for more information. 4 Stay Up to Date: Visit our website at: www.ryeymca.org to find out about upcoming events and special programs. Check our Twitter Alerts on the home page for last minute building and programming updates.
  • 6. Joining the Rye YMCA M Membership Types Cancellation - Draft Payments Only E A variety of membership categories are available: Family, You must provide a minimum of 30 days written Adult, Young Adult, College Away (students home for notice and return your membership card. Termination break/vacation), Youth, Senior*, Senior Family and Forms available at Member Services desk. When a M Single Parent Family. Membership I.D. Card & Photos membership is expired for 30 days or longer, the $100 joiner fee will be charged. B once issued an I.d. card, it is important to scan your card Financial Assistance at the Member Services desk each time you enter the The Rye YMCA offers financial assistance to anyone facility. There is a $5.00 fee to replace a lost card. E who cannot afford to become a member or participate in Methods of Payment programs. This is made possible through the support of 1) draft Checking - Pay as you go! Your checking account is our donors and the Y's fundraising efforts held through- R debited once per month on an on-going basis. May be canceled with 30 days written notice to the Rye YMCA. out the year. Financial aid applications are available at www.ryeymca.org and at the Member Services desk upon S A check or credit card for first month and joiner’s fee due request and are kept confidential. at signing. (See 1st month - New Member below) drafting is on-going until a 30 day written notice is given. (You Guests H must have a check with you to sign up for draft checking.) Guests may visit the Y up to 6 times per year for a fee. 2) Annual Payment Adults/Seniors $20) Youth (15 years and younger) I dues (including joiner's fee) paid in full upon joining. Renewed yearly. Payment accepted via cash, check or $5.00 per visit. The Rye YMCA reserves the right to limit the number P credit card (MasterCard, Visa or American express). of guests in the building at any given time. Guest fee can not be applied to membership fees. Refund Policy Membership dues are not refundable. Program fees may be A.W.A.Y. Guests: For Y members from other YMCA’s refunded, less a 25% processing fee. No refunds after the first 75 miles away or further there is no charge. Maximum 6 week of class. (See camp brochure for camp refund policy.) visits per calendar year. If home Y is closer than 75 miles, a $10.00 charge per visit applies. Maximum 6 visits per The Rye YMCA reserves the right to take pictures/ calendar year. See Member Services for more information. video of participants for brochures and marketing This association does not carry medical/accident purposes. If you prefer that you or your child not be insurance for members. Risks are assumed by the user. photographed, let us know in writing. MeMbership rates Draft-1st Month Draft annual renewal tYpe New Member On-going New Member rate Youth (0-17yrs) N/a N/a $235** $235 Young adult $136 $36 $532 $432 (18-22 yrs) College away N/a N/a $335 $235 adults (23+yrs) $164 $64 $868 $768 Family (2 adults $207 $107 $1384 $1284 with or without children (0-17) living in the same household) single parent Family $168 $68 $916 $816 (Only 1 adult living in household with children 17 and under) senior (62+yrs)* $152 $52 $724 $624 senior Family $185 $85 $1120 $1020 The YMCA reserves the right to change membership fees with 30 days written notice to members. 5 *to qualify for senior discount, please let us know when you turn 62! **$100 Joiner's fee waived on Youth Memberships We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 7. PROGRAM REGISTRATION Mark your CALENDAR with these important dates! registratiON & sessiON Dates sessiON iii - FebrUarY 1 - apriL 18 MeMbers NON-MeMbers rollover Week January 19 - 24 Not applicable Members currently enrolled in a class have in person only the option of continuing the class for the next session at the same day and time. Aquatics needs evaluation form switch Day January 26 from 7:30 am to 7:00 pm Not applicable Members who have “rolled over” into the in person only new session but would like to switch the day & time of their class. Mail in/Drop Off January 27 at 9:00 am January 29 at 7:30 am registration Must receive form (mail-in/drop off) by Jan. 26. Mail in and drop off not applicable Processing begins Jan. 27 at 9 am (lottery) in person only Aquatics needs evaluation form Aquatics needs evaluation form On-Line registration January 27 at 6:00 am January 29 at 6:00 am www.ryeymca.org See page 8 for details See page 8 for instructions sessiON iV - apriL 19 - JUNe 21 MeMbers NON-MeMbers rollover Week april 5 - 11 Not applicable Members currently enrolled in a class have in person only the option of continuing the class for the next session at the same day and time. Aquatics needs evaluation form switch Day april 13 from 7:30 am to 7:00 pm Not applicable Members who have “rolled over” into the in person only new session but would like to switch the day & time of their class. Mail in/Drop Off april 14 at 9:00 am april 16 at 7:30 am registration Must receive form (mail-in/drop off) by April 13. Mail in and drop off not applicable Processing begins April 14 at 9 am (lottery) in person only Aquatics needs evaluation form Aquatics needs evaluation form On-Line registration april 14 at 6:00 am april 16 at 6:00 am www.ryeymca.org See page 8 for details See page 8 for instructions sessiON V - JUNe 26 - aUgUst 21 registration: Members - June 16; (No rollover) Non-Members - June 18 We offer a limited summer session including aquatics classes and a children's concert series. Please check our website for details. PROGRAM CANCELLATION - NO REFUNDS AFTER FIRST WEEK OF CLASS Program fees will be refunded only during the first week of classes, less a 25% processing fee. We reserve the right to cancel any program that fails to meet minimum enrollment requirements and a full refund will be issued. No make-up classes will be provided if the child cannot make the required dates and times of the program. HOLIDAY SCHEDULES Please note that Youth Classes will not run on the following dates due to Holiday schedules: January 18, February 13 -19, March 29 - April 4 and May 29 - 31. Childcare is available for most of these dates. Please see Holiday Fun Club and Vacation Camps (p. 17 & 18) for further information and rates. Special schedules for the pools, group exercise and the gym are in effect during these times. (Please visit the Member Services desk or check www.ryeymca.org for the current schedule.) We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities 6
  • 8. PROGRAM REGISTRATION SNOW & INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY The Y follows the Rye City Public School district schedule. If the school is closed, our Youth classes are cancelled. If school is delayed, our Youth classes normally scheduled during the delayed period are canceled. our classes will resume as per schedule when school opens. If there is an early dismissal, our classes are canceled from that time forward. Adult programs will run if instructors are available. Please call ahead to verify class availability. Please check at www.ryeymca.org for updates and look for our alerts in the right hand column. REGISTRATION GLOSSARY OF TERMS ROLLOVER WEEK - (In Person at Member Services Desk Only) Rollover week is for Family and Youth Members currently in a class during the current session. evaluation forms for swimming classes must accompany the registration form when registering for the next session. (If your child moves up, days and times may have to change.) If your child remains in the same class day and time, your space will be held for you the entire week of Rollover. However, if you have not re-registered during Rollover Week, you will have lost your placement in the class for the next session. Any class offered free is NoT eligible for rollover. This applies to both Family members and Youth members. Anyone wishing to re-register for these classes may do so by filling out a lottery form or going on-line. Please note that rollover week is not applicable when registering for Fall Session. MEMBER REGISTRATION - MAIL IN OR ON-LINE on-line registrations begin at 6 am on day of registration. on-line registration requires a current membership at the Rye YMCA. Visit our website at www.ryeymca.org and click on the icon that reads “Register On-line for Classes” Sign up as a member and follow the instructions. Remember, Aquatics, ASA/KT and other select programs are not eligible for on-line registration. Member Registration is for members not currently registered for a class. Registration is mail in/drop off or on-line for all classes. Forms and instructions can be found in the back of this brochure. Additional copies of the registration form are available at the Member Services desk. Mail in/drop off registrations are processed through a lottery system beginning on the first day of registration at 9 am. For mail ins: • Member's best chance of securing a place in a class is to use on-line registration (when available) on the start date of registration at 6 am. • On the morning of registration, classes and programs will be found under “Current Session.” • Post cards will be mailed to confirm the availability of your class choice. OR: • Phone calls will be made to confirm the availability of your class choice. • Forms may be dropped off or mailed in up to one month in advance of registration dates. MEMBER SWITCH DAY Member Switch day is for Members who have rolled over into the new session but would like to switch the day and time of their class, if space is available. This registration is to be done in person only at the Member Services desk beginning at 7:30 am until 7:00 pm. NON-MEMBER REGISTRATION Non-Member Registration is for non-members of the YMCA who wish to participate in a specific program or class. This registration is to be done in person only at the Member Services desk beginning at 7:30 am or may use the on-line registration at 6 am on the specified non-member registration dates (page 6). FAMILY MEMBER FREE CLASSES of the free classes offered to Family Members, there is a limit of two free classes per family, per session (Additional fees will apply if more than two free classes are selected). Because of the popularity of these classes, free classes are not eligible for rollover. At the end of each session you will be required to re-register for the class through Member Registration. In addition, if your child misses more than two classes in a row without notifying the Y, the child will be dropped from the class. Visit our website at www.ryeymca.org and Sign Up For Our Email Newsletter Today! 7 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 9. ONLINE REGISTRATION Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our online procedure. If you have not used online registration before, we suggest you register on-line A.S.A.P. This will allow you to become familiar with classes and their online registration availability. Please check all BIRTHdATeS for accuracy. If birthdate is wrong, please go to Member Services immediately to correct. • Go to www.ryeymca.org and click on the icon that reads “Register on-line for classes.” • How to Sign In (if you HAVE registered online in the past) If you have used online registration before and have a user name and password, please click “Sign into Memberlink” upper right of screen. • How to Sign In (If you HAVEN’T registered online in the past) If do not have a user name and password, please click on “Register an Account” on the upper right of screen. Members, choose either Method I or II. If you do not have your member card number handy (on Id card), don’t worry, use Method II and input email, home phone and birthdate. Non-members, who have been Program Participants, must choose Method II. If you are not a member and have not participated in a Rye Y class OR if your name doesn’t appear using Method II, then click on the “Add Me” button to proceed. REMEMBER, NOT ALL CLASSES ARE AVAILABLE FOR ON-LINE REGISTRATION How to Register for Programs Branch: “All’ or “Rye YMCA” Program Session: “Current” or “Up and Coming” Department: Choose program of choice from drop down menu Keywords: Type program name i.e. “karate,” or type in class code To proceed with your registration, choose program participant name from “Buy For” drop down menu (above blue bar on right of screen). After choosing program participant name, click on “Add to Gym Bag” on upper right of screen. When you are ready to checkout, click on “View Gym Bag” on upper right of screen. Continue with checkout as prompted. MAIL-IN REGISTRATION PROCEDURES FOR MEMBERS (OR NON-MEMBERS WHO WISH TO BECOME MEMBERS CONTIGENT UPON AVAILABILITY IN CLASS) • Mail-in, drop off or fax or email registration forms up to one month PRIoR to the following dates (Potential members must include payment for membership and complete a membership card at the Member Services desk and attach to registration) Session III - drop off by January 26; Session IV - drop off by April 13 • All registrations become part of a lottery and will be processed starting at 9:00 a.m. on the dates above. • Fill out Registration Form, sign and return with a separate check or money order for each class, or clearly write your American express, Visa, or MasterCard number and name where indicated on the registration form. No cash please. • Children registering for Pre-School and Youth Swim Classes must include an evaluation form from their previous class, except for Baby Swim, Pike I and Polliwog I. • Children who have not been evaluated must receive an evaluation prior to enrolling in any swim class. Please contact 967-6363, ext. 107 for an evaluation time. • A separate registration form must be completed for each participant with first, second, third and fourth choices for classes. The more choices you provide, the better chance you have of getting into a class. • If you want 2 or more children (max 3) to be placed in the same class(es) or times, please staple registrations together and attach a note with your request. We will do our best to accommodate your wishes. • Mail-In registration doeS NoT apply to After School Adventures, Kindertime, Safety Training Courses, Youth Basketball league and Swim Team. Please contact Member Services desk for further information. • Members will be notified by phone or postcard which class the child is in or if child has been placed on an accommodation (wait) list. We will call you if a space in the class opens. If child cannot be accommodated you will receive a full refund. • If you “rolled over” from the previous session and prefer a different day or time, remember to come in on “Switch day.” (See page 7 for description and dates of Switch days) *We apologize, however, once registration form is submitted, we cannot make changes on your form. We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities 8
  • 10. “At a Glance Building Strong K and Stron Ages 6-18 months Arts & Crafts (18 mos up) ... 14 5-7 years ASA K-6 ....................................17 Baby & Me Gym class ............ 13 Ballet ......................................... 15 Child Watch .............................. 16 Cheer Bears ............................... 32 Family events ..................... 11-12 Computers................................. 14 Family Gym/Family Swim ..... 11 Birthday Parties ....................... 15 Movin & Groovin .................... 13 Family events ..................... 11-12 Musical Tots .............................. 13 Family Swim/Family Gym ..... 11 Parent/Child Swim .................. 19 Fun Club day (K-6) ................ 17 Golf enrichment ..................... 31 19-36 months Arts & Crafts ............................ 14 Guitar .........................................14 Baby Sports ............................... 13 Gymnastics.......................... 29-30 elfTennis (2-4) ......................... 32 Gymnastics Camp (6 & up) ... 18 Child Watch .............................. 16 Hip Hop dance ....................... 15 Family events ..................... 11-12 Kindertime (K)......................... 17 Family Gym/Family Swim .... 11 Private Sports extra ................ 31 Graham Clarke Playgroup ...... 13 Private Swim lessons.............. 25 Mom & Tot in Motion .......... 13 Rock Climbing .......................... 33 Musical Tots .............................. 13 Vacation Camps ................. 17-18 Parent/Child Swim .................. 19 Yoga Bears ................................ 31 Perch Gym & Swim ............... 19 Youth Karate ............................ 34 Pre Ballet (2 - 4) ....................... 15 Youth Sports....................... 32-33 Twisting Tikes .......................... 29 Youth Swim Program.............. 21 Seahorse (swim) ....................... 19 You & Me 1,2,3 Grow ............ 13 8-11 years ASA (K-6) ................................. 17 Birthday Parties ....................... 15 3-5 years Arts & Crafts ............................ 14 Golf ...........................................31 Cheer Bears ............................... 31 Family events ..................... 11-12 Child Watch .............................. 16 Family Gym/Family Swim ..... 11 elfTennis (2-4) ......................... 32 Fun Club days (K-6) .............. 19 Family Gym/Family Swim ..... 11 Guitar. ........................................14 Graham Clarke Playgroup ...... 13 Gymnastics.......................... 29-30 Gymnastics................................ 29 Private Sports extra ................ 31 Gym & Swim ............................ 20 Scuba ..........................................23 Gym Tots (ages 4 & 5) ........... 29 Physical Activity Club ............ 37 olympic Games ....................... 33 Private Swim lessons.............. 25 Pre-School Swim ...................... 20 Racquetball ................................ 33 Pre Ballet (2 - 4) ....................... 15 Rock Climbing .......................... 33 Private Swim lessons.............. 25 School Vacation Camp...... 17-18 Tumble Tots ............................ 29 Yoga Bears ................................ 31 Youth Sports............................. 32 9 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 11. e” Guide to Kids, Strong Families ng Communities Ages 8-11 Tween Yoga .............................. 31 Ages 16 & up Computers for Adults ............. 40 cont’d Youth Karate ............................ 34 cont’d Family events ..................... 11-12 Youth Swim Program........ 21-23 First Steps (18 & up) ............... 38 Fitness Assessments ................ 38 12-15 years Alexander Technique............... 39 Fitness Center & Annex ......... 38 Babysitting Instruction............ 27 Global Teens............................. 35 d.R.e.A.M Program ................ 35 Group exercise Classes .......... 41 Fitness Annex ........................... 38 Health & Fitness ................ 38-42 Gymnastics.......................... 29-30 Healthy lifestyles (21 & up) .. 38 Intro to Fitness Center ........... 37 lap Swim .................................. 24 leadership Club ...................... 35 Master Swim (18 & up)........... 24 one-on-one Yoga or Pilates 39 one-on-one Yoga/Pilates .... 39 Personal Training ..................... 39 Personal Training ..................... 39 Physical Activity Club ............ 37 Private Sports extra .................. 3 Private Sports extra ................ 31 Power Up ................................. 40 Private Swim lessons.............. 25 Private Swim lessons.............. 25 Scuba ..........................................23 Racquetball ................................ 34 Swim Instruction ............... 22-23 Safety Training Courses .......27-28 Teen Activities & Fitness.. 35-37 Small Group Training ............. 39 Teen-Afterschool drop-In ..... 36 Special events .................... 11-12 Teen Cardio/Power ................. 37 Spinning.....................................40 Teen lap Swim 13 & up......... 22 Teen Activities & Fitness 35-37 Teen Nights .............................. 36 Wainwright House Classes ..... 42 Teen Travel Adventures .......... 36 Water exercise Classes ............ 26 Teen Spinning ........................... 37 Yoga ...........................................42 Vacation Camp ................... 17-18 Video Game Class ................... 14 60 & up (Active) Older Adults Youth Karate (ages 8-15)........ 34 Aqua Flex ................................. 26 Youth Swim Program .............. 23 Computers for Adults ............. 40 Fall Proof® Course ................. 40 Fitness at the osborn ............. 42 Ages 16 & up Adult Gymnastics .................... 34 limbercize................................. 40 Adult Sports.............................. 34 older Adult Swim.................... 26 Adult Swim Instruction .... 24-26 Physically Challenged .............. 26 Alexander Technique............... 39 Wainwright House Classes ..... 42 Stand Tall...live longer .......... 40 10 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 12. F family activities & A ALL YEAR M rye y FamilieS: Looking for ways to meet other families, single parents, or families with children the same age as yours? This new and exciting group is for families to build relationships and connect with one another I through a variety of workshops, events and outings. Each month we will be offering a great way to connect with families similar to yours. Please register online or at the Member Services Desk. You will be notified by email of all upcoming family events. There is no charge to become a member of this group; however, there L may be a cost for some events. You may also contact 967-6363, ext. 115 or kellykressler@ryeymca.org Y mom'S GroUp: The Mom’s group will meet each month for lectures, evenings out, workshops, special guest speakers, cooking classes and other events. Topics and events may include “Work, Life Balance," “The Food Mood Connection," “Healthy Cooking for Your Kids," “Ladies Night Out” and much more.There is no fee to join but please register for the group online or at the Member Services Desk. You will be notified by email of all E upcoming events. You may also contact 967-6363, ext. 115 or kellykressler@ryeymca.org CODE: CA-MOM V Family Gym: Supervised time available between November 14, 2009 and April 17, 2010 for parents to spend time with their children using available equipment in gymnasium. (Check gym schedule for days & times.) All E children must be accompanied by an adult. Family Swim: Water fun for the entire family. (Check pool schedule for days & times.) Children 6 & under, N must be accompanied in the water by an adult. For children 7-12, adult may observe from the lobby. Children 13 and up may swim without an adult. swim caps required. T Family Swim For children with Special needS: sundays, 9:00-9:45 am Recreational swim for children 5-15 years old. Adult or guardian must accompany child. S JANUARY Family SKate, Swim & dinner: saturday, January 16, 3:00-6:30 pm Enjoy the afternoon as a family. Bus leaves Rye YMCA at 3:15 pm and heads to Rye Playland Ice Casino for Ice Skating. Return to the Rye YMCA at 5:30 pm for dinner. Family & Youth Members: $10 per adult, $5.00 per child; Non-Members: $20.00 per adult, $10.00 per Child includes transportation, skating, rentals and dinner. registration is required. CODE: CA-FSKA-116 (10CC) SKi BUS adVentUre: sunday, January 31 Why drive to the slopes when you can relax on a deluxe motor coach bus to take you up the mountain. Join your friends and family for a day of skiing/snowboarding, as we head up to Windham Mountain on Jan. 31. Code: TE-SKI-131-SU Member - $100; Non-Member - $125 (Fees include bus ride + lift ticket) FEBRUARY Graham clarKe in concert: saturday, February 6, 4:30-5:15 pm Free to all Family Members: $5.00 for Youth and Non-Members when accompanied by an adult. Registration not required - pay at the door the day of the event maKe yoUr own Valentine: Wednesday, February 10, 5:30-6:30 pm - ages 3-8 Come and make your own Valentines using glitter, sparkles and paint with family and friends. Free - Family Members Only. registration is required. CODE: CA-VAL – 210 (10CC) Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" 11 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 13. & events MARk yOuR cALENdAR wITh ThESE SPEcIAL EvENTS! F FEBRUARY cont'd A M KidS niGht oUt: Friday, February 26, 5:30-10:00 pm - ages 6-11 Parents, drop your kids off for a night out on the town. Kids will have dinner at the Rye YMCA and then go see a movie at the Port Chester Cinema. We provide the dinner, movie tickets and the transportation. $15 per child includes dinner, movie and transportation. $10 for 2nd and 3rd child in family. Registration is required. CODE: CA-KNO-226 (10CC) Trip is subject to change. I MARCH L SinGle parent Family Gym, Swim & dinner:Friday, March 12, 5:30-8:00 pm - ages 3 & up Attention all single parents!! Come spend the evening at the Rye YMCA meeting other single parents and their kids. A great way to network and meet other single parents. Enjoy swimming, arts and crafts and dinner. Y E Free to all Family Members: $10.00 for Youth and Non-Members: Child pays - adult free. registration is required. CODE: CA-SPFG-312 mother & daUGhter Jewelry party: Friday, March 19, 6:00-8:00 pm - ages 5 and up Moms – Enjoy the evening with your daughter at the Rye YMCA. Make beautiful necklaces, earrings or bracelets while enjoying the company of each other, and then stay for a delicious dinner. Parent must accompany child. V Free to all Family Members: pay for cost of jewelry (prices start at $15 and up) Youth and Non-Members: $10.00 per adult and $5.00 per child pLUs the cost of the jewelry E N CODE: CA-JEWL - 320- (10CC) MAY rye derBy and healthy KidS day: sunday, May 2 T S Celebrate a special day with your family and community! runners: Sign up for our 22nd annual 5 mile U.S. Track and Field sanctioned race. Families: Register for our fun 1 mile walk/run through the streets of Rye. After the races, join everyone at the Y for an afternoon of fun, food and healthy activites. Registration for both races begins in April. Watch for our flyers or visit www.ryeymca.org in April for more details. Senior health & FitneSS day: Wednesday, May 26, 9:30 am - 1:00 pm A day devoted to health and fitness for adults 60 years and older. Activities will include stretching, water exer- cises, raffles and lunch. Reservations are required and may be made by calling 967-6363, ext. 211 starting May 3. Watch for details in the events calendar at www.ryeymca.org Stay Up to Date: Visit our events calendar at www.ryeymca.org Check our Twitter Alerts for last minute updates & become a Facebook Fan. Sign Up For Our Email Newsletter Today! 12 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 14. P babY & Me gYM CLass ages 6-18 months (Non-Walkers Only) parent participation required. Co-ed MUsiCaL tOts ages 9 mos.-3 yrs. Teaches music through movement, singing and instrument R Introduces non-walking or barely walking babies to gross motor and language skills through the use of soft play equipment, music and puppets. One adult per child use. Meets in Childcare Room. Class meets once per week. tuesday or thursday CLass i E registered. ages 9-24 months with parent/adult NO rOLLOVer perMitteD 9:30-10:10 am FOr this CLass S CODE:CA-MUS-0930T or CA-MUS-0930H tuesday: 9:45-10:25 am CODE:PS-BMG-0945T CLass ii ages 2-4 years with parent/adult C Wednesday: 9:15-9:55 am CODE:PS-BMG-0915W 10:15-10:55 am thursday: 9:15-9:55 am CODE:CA-MUS-1015T or CA-MUS-1015H CODE:PS-BMG-0915H H Family: $115; Youth: $125; Non-Member: $155 Family: Free; Youth: $90; Non-Member: $135 O YOU & Me, “1,2,3, grOW” parent participation required. Co-ed O A free play experience using soft play equipment, circle time to music, puppets, bubbles and parachutes. One adult per child required. L NO rOLLOVer perMitteD FOr this CLass. ages 1-2 ages 2-3 (Walking toddlers Only) tuesday: 11:00-11:40 am Monday: 9:20-10:00 am CODE:PS-YME-1100T MOViN & grOOViN babies With G CODE:PS-YME-0920M Wednesday: 10:30-11:10 am saturday: 10:15-10:55 am CODE:PS-YME-1015S eLLeN WaterMeLON ages 9-24 months Y CODE:PS-YME-1030W Interactive songs, finger play, puppets, felt board, parachute, Family: Free; Youth: $90; Non-Member: $135 bubbles, instruments all designed to promote listening skills, language development, rhythm and motor skills. M Friday: 9:30-10:10 am MOM & tOt iN MOtiON CODE: PS-GROOVIN-0930F ages 27 months - 3 1/2 parent participation required. Co-ed Family: $115; Youth $125; Non-Member: $155 & This class involves instruction and promotes listening and finer motor skills, such as balance, eye-hand coordination, MOViN tO the beat With eLLeN jumping, galloping, etc. Children under 27 mos. will be allowed WaterMeLON at instructors discretion. One adult per child registered. ages 2-4 yrs. with parent/adult A combination of interactive songs and M NO rOLLOVer perMitteD FOr this CLass creative movement designed to promote thursday: 11:00-11:40 am language development, listening skills and CODE:PS-MTM-1100H imagination. Using instruments, rhythm U saturday: 11:00-11:40 am sticks, bubbles, scarves, balloons, and CODE: PS-MTM-1100S other surprises. Friday: 10:15-10:55 am Family: Free; Youth: $90; Non-Member: $135 CODE: PS-MOVIN-1015F S babY spOrts NeW Family: $115; Youth $125; Non-Members: $155 I ages 2-3 This class will act as an introduction to sports in a free play C setting. Parents are required to stay and play with their chldren as they explore the world of sports for the first time. tuesday: 9:30-10:15am CODE: YH-SPS-0930T Friday: 9:30-10:15am CODE: YH-SPS-0930F Family: $95; Youth: $110; Non-Member: $145 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" 13 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 15. MOMMY & Me arts & CraFts ages 18 mos. - 4 yrs. A R parent participation required. Explore painting, sewing, puppet making, print making, collage and sculpture. Develop fine motor skills, creativity T and self reliance. Maximum enrollment 12. Meets in Multipurpose room S CLass i ages 18 mos.- 2 1/2yrs Introduction to color, textures and shapes with various materials. tuesday: 10:00-10:40 am CODE:CA-MME-1000T Wednesday: 10:00-10:40 am & CODE:CA-MME-1000W thursday: 10:00-10:40 am CODE:CA-MME-1000H C Family: $100; Youth: $110; Non-Member: $145 CLass ii O ages 2-4 Create simple crafts, including holiday crafts, while exploring new mediums. gUitar LessONs at the rYe YMCa With rock island sound NeW M P tuesday: 11:00-11:40 am ages 5-10 CODE:CA-MME-1100T Has your child always wanted to learn to play the guitar? Well, now they can! Rock Island Sound is coming to the Wednesday: 11:00-11:40 am Rye Y to teach your child how to play guitar. Don’t worry CODE:CA-MME-1100W thursday: 11:00-11:40 am if you don’t have your own – Rock Island Sound can provide you with one. Maximum 8 Kids Mondays 3:50 pm – 4:50 pm U T CODE:CA-MME-1100H CODE: CA-GTAR-350M Family: $100; Youth: $110; Non-Member: $145 Family: $90; Youth: $100; Non-Member: $120 iMagiNe tOMOrrOW COMpUter E R CLass ages 4-6 This fun filled, interactive computer class is great for S young kids. Your child will learn by using different programs that are fun and educational. (Class at Rye Y) tuesday: 12:30 pm – 1:15 pm CODE: CA-COM-1230T Family: $220; Youth: $230; Non-Member: $250 ViDeO gaMe COMpUter CLass ages 7-13 This class will offer the fundamentals of game design, including creative concepts and animation. Each child will create their own simple video game at the end of the session. (Class at Rye Y) Wednesday: 4 pm – 5 pm CODE: CA- COM-0400W Family: $220; Youth: $230; Non-Member: $250 14 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 16. DaNCe CLasses Y pre baLLet & CreatiVe MOVeMeNt baLLet O ages 2-4 years ages 5-9 Children ages 2-4 will learn the basics This class will allow students to learn basic ballet positions of ballet through games and creative and creative movement. The class offers a wide range of exercises. They will learn positions, rhythm, styles and tons of fun! Ballet shoes are optional. U coordination and motor skills. Classes will be held at Wainwright house. Wednesday: 3:15-4:00 pm - Ages 5-7 (at Wainwright house) T ages 2-3 CODE: Gx-DAN-0315W Monday ages 3-4 4:00-4:45 pm - Ages 5-7 (at Wainwright house) 12:15-1:00 pm tuesday CODE: Gx-DAN-0400W H CODE: Gx-DAN-1215M 11:30 am-12:15 pm 1:00-1:45 pm CODE: Gx-DAN-1130T Friday: CODE: Gx-DAN-0100M 3:45-4:30 pm - Ages 5-9 (at rye YMCa) CODE: Gx-DAN-0345F tuesday D 10:45-11:30 am Monday Family: $105; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 CODE: Gx-DAN-1045T 1:50-2:35 pm CODE: Gx-DAN-0150M Family: $105; A Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 N hip hOp DaNCe Come and learn the latest Hip Hop dance C moves in this fun yet challenging dance class. ages 5-8 Wednesday (Class held at the Wainwright house) 4:45 pm-5:30 pm E CODE: Gx-HIP-0445W Family: $105; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 Cheerbears - ages: 4 – 8 and YOga bears - ages 3 - 6 years see page 31 & celebrate your child’s Birthday at the ymca P MeMbers only • Reservations for parties can be made no earlier than exactly two months prior to the requested date. A (Example - if you want January 15, you can start booking November 15) • Reservations in person only. Please call first to check availability. • For all parties, we require a $30.00 security deposit check for clean-up. It will be returned to you after the R party, pending clean-up. • The Rye YMCA reserves the right to pre-book the space for other Y functions. • 25% processing fee will be charged for all cancellations. T • There is a 1/2 hour set-up time allowed for all parties. All parties are held in the Multipurpose Room (MPR). spOrts partY: ages 5 & up - sunday: 5:00-6:30 pm - (5:00-6:00 in gym & 6:00-6:30 in Multipurpose Room) I First hour is in gym with youth sports instructor and last 1-1/2 hour in Multipurpose Room. (Hosts may enter MPR at 5:30 pm to set-up.) (20 Children Maximum) Members Only: $225 E pOOL partY: ages 6 & up; (all parties held in pa Cope pool) All swim party participants will be swim tested. Friday: 6:00-8:00 pm; saturday: 2:00-4:00 pm or sunday: 1:30-3:30 pm S First hour in pool with a certified lifeguard on deck and second hour in Multipurpose Room. Hosts will be given 30 minutes to set up the Multipurpose Room. See party contract for exact times. sWiM Caps reqUireD FOr aLL bathers. Non-swimmers who cannot touch bottom in the shallow end of the pool (31/2 ft.) must be accompanied in the water by an adult. (20 Children Maximum) Members Only: $200 Would you like to upgrade your Pool Party to include Scuba or Snorkeling? Call Aqua Visions at 914-381-1884 for rates,availability and other requirements. 15 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 17. ChiLD WatCh ages 6 months - 12 years 3. Walk ins for those unable to pre register. (If space is available) Family Member Rate: $9.00 per hour C The Rye YMCA Child Watch center is designed to serve the needs of Rye YMCA members when using our facilities. It is conveniently located in close proximity to the gym, Adult Member Rate: Drop off/pick up $11.00 per hour H pool, fitness center and racquet courts. Your child’s comfort and safety are our top priority. Our qualified staff can help with any questions/concerns regarding your child’s care. We strongly encourage you to be prompt when dropping off and picking up your child. Unfortunately, if your child is late for a particular time slot, we cannot credit or carry I To ensure the best supervision and safety for your child, the YMCA maintains a staff ratio of 1:5. At least two staff members will be present at all times. The number of non- over the amount of time that has elapsed. When picking up your child, a 10 minute grace period is permitted. After such time, you will be charged for an additional 1/2 hour L D slot. If someone other than the person dropping off your walking children is limited to 1 per staff. child is to pick him/her up, please leave a note detailing the Days and hours of Operation arrangements. (The individual must have a photo I.D.) This sept-June procedure will ensure your child’s safety. C Monday & Friday 8:30am-12:30pm Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 8:30am-2:00pm Monday & Wednesday 6:00pm-8:00pm Children under the age of 12 must be under direct supervision of an adult in all areas of the facility or A Tuesday & Thursday 6:00pm-8:30pm Saturday & Sunday 8:00am-12:30pm enrolled in a supervised YMCA program activity. R July & august Monday - Friday 8:00am-12:30pm Tuesday & Thursday 6:00pm-8:30pm E Saturday & Sunday 8:00am-12:00pm registration The YMCA Child Watch service is open to all members when using the facilities. Must have a current Child Watch card on file. Registration is divided into three categories: 1. program registration-A reduced fee is provided for members who need baby-sitting service to participate in any of our programs or have a regular workout schedule. This registration is non-refundable and credit will not be issued for unused time. Parents/Guardians may not leave the building while the child is in Child Watch unless using Tot Drop. Fee: Hours of class (x) 9 weeks tOt DrOp ages 6 months-12 years Family $3.00/hour per child available after 3 Child Watch visits Adult Member $5.00/hour per child A unique program offered for those Rye YMCA members who There are no refunds for expired Program Cards. need child care while they are not at the Y. You may leave your 2. random registration-For members who use our services child while you are off-site only with a reservation. You must be on an irregular basis. reserVatiONs MUst be MaDe 24 available by cell phone during your child’s time with us. hOUrs iN aDVaNCe to ensure proper coverage on the day A card must be purchased at the Front Desk for a minimum services are desired. Please notify Child Watch any time you will not utilize your reservation. if cancellation is not made of $12.00 per child per card. Reservations: Must be made a in advance, you will be charged. Parents/Guardians are not minimum of 24 hrs. in advance. Cancellations must be made to leave the building while the child is in Child Watch unless more than 24 hrs. in advance or you will be charged. using Tot Drop. Days and hours for tot Drop Fee: punch cards are sold at the Member services Desk. they may be purchased for a minimum of sept-June July & august $8.00 and are valid for one year. if the member calls Mon & Fri: 10am -12pm Mon-Fri: 9am-11:30am the morning of, the fee is $6.00 per hour, for family tues. Wed, thurs: 10 am-1:30 pm tues. & thurs: 6pm-8pm members; $8.00 per hour for adult members. Mon-thurs: 6pm-8pm sat & sun: 9am-11:30pm Family Member Rate: $4.00/hour per child sat & sun: 10am -12pm Adult Member Rate: $6.00/hour per child Maximum Time: 2 hrs per visit. Within 1 hour of Reservation $8.00/hour per child Family Member: $6/hour; adult Member: $8/hour *There are no refunds for expired Punch Cards. a.M. reservation: $10.00/hr; Walk in - $12.00/hr 16 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 18. C aFter sChOOL aDVeNtUres (asa) grade K - 6; september 10 - June 27 Children will enjoy after school programs in a safe and fun environment. Arts, crafts, games, swimming and computers are just a H few of the activities offered during this time. registration for AsA and KT begins April 1st for children currently enrolled in program. registration for new participants begins May 4. Registration takes place at Member Services Desk. You may also contact 967-6363, ext 115. I 3 days/wk: $320/mo.; 4 days/wk: $355/mo.; 5 days/wk: $365/mo. SESSION: (10CC) Tuition payable on a monthly basis. $100 non-refundable registration fee is required for registration L NOte: the YMCa WiLL prOViDe bUs traNspOrtatiON FOr bOth asa aND Kt FrOM rYe CitY sChOOLs. Kt & asa prOgraM sCheDULes are iN aCCOrDaNCe With the rYe CitY sChOOL CaLeNDar. D C A R E & C KiNDertiMe (Kt) Kindergarten; september 10 - June 27 A Designed especially for kindergarteners in the Rye City Schools to complement their formal education. This program is designed to provide children with an enriching environment that offers swimming, arts, crafts, computers, gymnastics and much more. M Monday - Friday - Kt: 12:00-3:00 pm Monday - Friday - Kt & asa:12:00-6:30 pm $320/mo. $570/mo. SESSION: (10CC) Registration begins April 1 for current ASA/KT families and May 4 for new participants at the Member Services P Desk. Tuition payable on a monthly basis. $100 non-refundable registration fee is required for registration. S sChOOL hOLiDaY FUN CLUb DaYs grades K - 6. Following the Rye City School schedule, we will open 9:00am to 4:00pm to accommodate children off from school for school closings. Extended hours available. registration is on-going and ends one week prior to date of program. Additional registrations will be accepted on a space available basis and ill be charged a $20 late fee. NO WALK - INS ACCEPTED! Look for special flyer. Fun Club Days grades K - 6 (10CC) exteNDeD Care - (10CC) JaNUarY 18 - CODe:VC-JaN-18 Option a: 8:00 am - 9:00 am - $10 Members & ASA/KT participants: $60/day; Non-member: $75/day (Extended Option b: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm - $15 hours available 8 am to 9am and 4pm to 6pm for an additional fee. Option C: aM & pM - $20 iMpOrtaNt NOtiCe: asa, Fun Club Days and Vacation Camps require registration and medical form completion. a copy of your child’s immunization record is required. also for full day programs, please pack a lunch, swim cap and towel for your child. 17 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 19. basKetbaLL VaCatiON CaMp V FebrUarY VaCatiON: 2/15-2/19 ages 5-11 time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm (1011) This 3 hour camp includes 2 hours of instruction and games followed by 1 hour of free swim in the pool! Instructors will cover A C all the fundamentals of basketball including dribbling, passing, shooting and defense. Children will be grouped according to age and skill level. registration is on-going until week prior to start date. Monday - 2/15 tuesday - 2/16 Wednesday - 2/17 thursday- 2/18 Friday- 2/19 CODE: YH-FEB-1557 (5-7) CODE: YH-FEB--1657 (5-7) CODE: YH-FEB--1581 (8-11) CODE: YH-FEB--1681 (8-11) CODE: YH-FEB--1757 (5-7) CODE: YH-FEB--1857 (5-7) CODE: YH-FEB--1781 ( 8-11) CODE: YH-FEB--1881 (8-11) CODE: YH-FEB--1957 (5-7) CODE: YH-FEB--1981 (8-11) A Members: Family $45/day; Youth $55/day; Non-member: $90/day T ages 5 & up time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm (1011) gYMNastiCs VaCatiON CaMp I Join us for gymnastics skills, drills, tumbling, and open workouts. Swimming will take place from 11:00am – 12pm Swim caps required. registration is on-going until week prior to start date. O N FebrUarY VaCatiON: 2/15-2/19 MarCh/apriL VaCatiON: 3/29-4/2 Monday - 2/15 tuesday - 2/16 Wednesday - 2/17 Monday - 3/29 tuesday - 3/30 Wednesday - 3/31 CODE: Gx-FEB-15 CODE: Gx-FEB-16 CODE: Gx-FEB-17 CODE: Gx-MAR-29 CODE: Gx-MAR-30 CODE: Gx-MAR-31 thursday- 2/18 CODE: Gx-FEB-18 Friday- 2/19 CODE: Gx-FEB-19 thursday- 4/1 CODE: Gx-APR-1 Members: Family $45/day; Youth $55/day; Non-member: $90/day Friday- 4/2 CODE: Gx-APR-2 C sOCCer VaCatiON CaMp A MarCh/apriL VaCatiON: 3/29-4/2 M ages 5-9 time: 9 :00 am - 12:00 pm (1011) This 3 hour camp includes 2 hours of instruction and games followed by 1 hour of free swim in the pool! Instructors will cover all the fundamentals of soccer including dribbling, passing, shooting and defense. Children will be grouped according to age and skill level. Registration is on-going until week prior to start date. Monday - 3/29 tuesday - 3/30 CODE: YH-MAR-2957 (5-7) CODE: YH-MAR--3057 (5-7) CODE: YH-MAR-2981 (8-11) CODE: YH-MAR--3081 (8-11) Wednesday - 3/31 thursday- 4/1 CODE: YH-MAR--3157 (5-7) CODE: YH-APR--4157 (5-7) CODE: YH-MAR--3181 ( 8-11) CODE: YH-APR-4181 (8-11) Friday- 4/2 CODE: YH-APR--4257 (5-7) CODE: YH-APR--4281 (8-11) P Members: Family $45/day; Youth $55/day; Non-member: $90/day S FUN CLUb sChOOL VaCatiON CaMp grades K - 6 Children will participate in a variety of activities, including sports, games, swimming, arts & crafts, nature,science, special events and field trips. Swim caps required. registration is on-going until week prior to start date. Additional registrations will be accepted on a space available basis and will be charged a $20 late fee. NO WALK-INS ACCEPTED! February Vacation Camp March/april Vacation Camp Feb 15 – Feb 19 March 29 - april 2 time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm February 15: CODE: VC-FEB-15 March 29: CODE: VC-MAR-29 February 16: CODE: VC-FEB-16 March 30: CODE: VC-MAR-30 February 17: CODE: VC-FEB-17 March 31: CODE: VC-MAR-31 February 18: CODE: VC-FEB-18 April 1: CODE: VC-APR-1 February 19: CODE: VC-FEB-19 April 2: CODE: VC- APR-2 Members & asa/Kt participants: $60/day; Non-member: $75/day (Extended hours available 8 am-9am and 4pm-6pm for an additional fee.) exteNDeD Care - FOr FULL DaY CaMps ONLY (10CC) Option a: 8:00 am - 9:00 am - $10 Option b: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm - $15 Option C: aM & pM - $20 teeN VaCatiON CaMps please see p. 36 & 37 for details iMpOrtaNt NOtiCe: asa, Fun Club Days and Vacation Camps require registration and medical form completion. a copy of your child’s immunization record is required. also for full day programs, please pack a lunch, swim cap and towel for your child. Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities 18
  • 20. WeLCOMe tO the rYe YMCa sWiM sChOOL! A The Swim School at the Rye YMCA is a special place for children, adults and their families. We are a comprehensive learn to swim program for all ages. We provide skilled instruction in learning to swim, stroke Q development, triathlete training and water exercise, as well as competitive swimming, scuba and private aquatic instruction. We also offer American Red Cross (ARC) safety classes, family swim, lap swim and birthday parties. U The Swim School at the Rye YMCA has over 50 active swim instructors, aquatic exercise professionals, ARC trainers, swim coaches, lifeguards and administrators. We take pride in our facility and our staff’s commitment to delivering quality programs. A The Aquatics Staff T pareNt/ChiLD CLasses MAIL-IN OR dROP OFF I REGISTRATION ONLy! pareNt/ChiLD sWiM perCh gYM & sWiM sea hOrse C 6- 36 months NO rOLLOVer perMitteD FOr these CLasses! registration 19 - 36 months (1/2 hour in gym; 1/2 hour in pool) ages 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 (1/2 hour water only) S for these classes is by lottery Parent & child participate in gym A 30 minute class for children not system and not by on-line class followed by 30 minutes of ready for group classes OR not ready registration. In-water participation swim instruction. In-water participa- to separate from parent. Parent has of parent/guardian & child required. tion of parent / guardian required. the option to start out in water and Includes water adjustment, breath attendance is required for both then slowly separate allowing the child control, balance, locomotion, and the gym and swim portions to gain confidence. water fun. Members who miss of class. absence from either Tuesday 2 free classes in a row without will count as a missed class. 10:00-10:30 am AQ-SEA-1000T notifying instructor will lose their Members who miss 2 free classes 10:35-11:05 am AQ-SEA-1035T class spot. in a row without notifying instruc- 11:05-11:35 am AQ-SEA-1105T tor, will lose their class spot. 11:35-12:05 pm AQ-SEA-1135T sKi 3:30-4:00 pm AQ-SEA-0330T 6-18 months NO rOLLOVer perMitteD FOr this CLass! Wednesday (1/2 hour water only) 3:30-4:00 pm AQ-SEA-0330W Wednesday Wednesday Thursday 10:00-10:30 am AQ-SKI-1000W 10:00-11:00 am AQ-GPC-1000W 3:30-4:00 pm AQ-SEA-0330H Thursday Thursday: Saturday 10:00-10:30 AQ-SKI-1000H 10:00-11:00 am AQ-GPC-1000H 10:00-10:30am AQ-SEA-1000S Saturday Saturday Sunday 8:30-9:00 am AQ-SKI-0830S 9:00-10:00 am AQ-GPC-0900S 11:30-12:00 pm AQ-SEA-1130U 9:30-10:30 am AQ-GPC-0930S Sunday 10:00-10:30 am AQ-SKI-1000U Family: $95; Youth: $125; Family: Free; Youth: $125 Non-Member: $200 Family: Free; Youth: $100; Non-Member: $200 Non-Member: $170 gym & swim - Ages 3-5 parents/guardians are required to stay in the lobby/viewing area during swim lessons. Half hour gym program followed by 40 minute swim instruction. In-water evaluation is required for placement in all levels except PIKE. piKe i (beginner i) piKe ii (beginner ii) eeLs (intermediate) tuesday tuesday tuesday 10:30-11:45am 10:30-11:45am 10:30-11:45am perCh AQ-GSP1-1030T AQ-GSP2-1030T AQ-GSE-1030T 19 - 36 months thursday thursday thursday (1/2 hour water only) 10:30-11:45am 10:30-11:45am 10:30-11:45am Saturday AQ-GSP1-1030H AQ-GSP2-1030H AQ-GSE-1030H 8:00-8:30 am AQ-PC-0800S saturday saturday saturday Sunday 9:45-11:15am 9:45-11:15am 9:45-11:15am 10:30-11:00 am AQ-PC-1030U AQ-GSE-0945S AQ-GSP1-0945S AQ-GSP2-0945S 11:00-11:30 am AQ-PC-1100U Family: Free; Youth: $100; raY i (intermediate ii) thursday 10:30-11:45am AQ-GSR-1030H Non-Member: $170 Family: $100 Youth: $135; Non-Member: $210 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" 19 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 21. FF PO d RO NLy! OR ION O A -IN AIL STRA T pre sChOOL sWiM sChOOL - ages 3-5 M GI RE parents/guardians are required to stay in the lobby/viewing area during swim lessons Q bathing caps required in-water evaluation is required for placement in all levels except PIKE I. U piKe i (beginner i) No swim evaluation necessary A Child cannot swim independently. He/she is apprehensive as it may be T a first-time in-water experience. This class focuses on basic swimming (paddle stroke, blowing bubbles, kicking, floating) and water safety. Monday I 1:00-1:45pm 1:50-2:35pm AQ-PIK1-0100M AQ-PIK1-0150M eeL raY C S 3:30-4:15pm AQ-PIK1-0330M Tuesday swim evaluation required swim evaluation required 10:00-10:45am AQ-PIK1-1000T Child must be able to swim inde- Child must be able to swim the 3:30-4:15pm AQ-PIK1-0330T pendently without a bubble the width of the pool without a bubble 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PIK1-0420T width of the pool using an alternat- or assistance. This class focuses Wednesday ing arm action and the flutter kick. on rotary breathing and introduces 1:00-1:45pm AQ-PIK1-0100W Child must also be comfortable in the freestyle, back crawl kick, 1:50-2:35pm AQ-PIK1-0150W deep water. While swimming, the elementary backstroke and further 3:30-4:15pm AQ-PIK1-0330W child is horizontal in the water and challenges children to progress to a Thursday able to float without the assistance kneeling dive. 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PIK1-0420H of an instructor or bubble. This class focuses on rhythmic breath- Monday Friday 1:00-1:45pm AQ-RAY-0100M 3:30-4:15pm AQ-PIK1-0330F ing, kicking, submerging, prone/ supine glides while introducing the 3:30-4:15pm AQ-RAY-0330M Saturday Tuesday 11:20-12:05pm AQ-PIK1-1120S sitting dive and elementary back- stroke arms. 10:00-10:45am AQ-RAY-1000T 12:10-12:55pm AQ-PIK1-1210S 4:20-5:05pm AQ-RAY-0420T Wednesday piKe ii (beginner ii) 1:00-1:45pm AQ-RAY-0100W Monday swim evaluation required (new) 1:00-1:45pm AQ-EEL-0100M Thursday Child can move independently 1:50-2:35pm AQ-EEL-0150M 3:30-4:15pm AQ-RAY-0330H in the water with bubble, is not 3:30-4:15pm AQ-EEL-0330M 4:20-5:05pm AQ-RAY-0420H apprehensive and is beginning 4:20-5:05pm AQ-EEL-0420M Friday paddle strokes. This class focuses Tuesday 1:00-1:45pm AQ-RAY-0100F on basic swimming (paddle stroke, 10:00-10:45am AQ-EEL-1000T 4:20-5:05pm AQ-RAY-0420F blowing bubbles, kicking, floating) 3:30-4:15pm AQ-EEL-0330T Saturday and water safety. 4:20-5:05pm AQ-EEL-0420T 10:30-11:15pm AQ-RAY-1030S Wednesday 11:20-12:05pm AQ-RAY-1120S Monday 1:00-1:45pm AQ-EEL-0100W 1:00-1:45pm AQ-PIK2-0100M 1:50-2:35pm AQ-PIK2-0150M 1:50-2:35pm AQ-EEL-0150W starFish 3:30-4:15pm AQ-EEL-0330W 3:30-4:15pm AQ-PIK2-0330M swim evaluation required Thursday 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PIK2-0420M Child must successfully demonstrate 3:30-4:15pm AQ-EEL-0330H Tuesday all skills required at the ray level. 4:20-5:05pm AQ-EEL-0420H 10:00-10:45am AQ-PIK2-1000T This class solidifies the child's skills Friday 3:30-4:15pm AQ-PIK2-0330T in rotary breathing, elementary 1:00-1:45pm AQ-EEL-0100F 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PIK2-0420T backstroke, front crawl, introduces 3:30-4:15pm AQ-EEL-0330F Wednesday back crawl and breaststroke kick. 4:20-5:05pm AQ-EEL-0420F 1:00-1:45pm AQ-PIK2-0100W Saturday Monday 1:50-2:35pm AQ-PIK2-0150W 11:20-12:05pm AQ-EEL-1120S 4:20-5:05pm AQ-STR-0420M 3:30-4:15pm AQ-PIK2-0330W 12:10-12:55pm AQ-EEL-1210S Friday Thursday 3:30-4:15pm AQ-PIK2-0330H 3:30-4:15pm AQ-STR-0330F 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PIK2-0420H Saturday Friday 12:10-12:55pm AQ-STR-1210S 1:00-1:45pm AQ-PIK2-0100F 3:30-4:15pm AQ-PIK2-0330F Fees: Family Members: $95; Youth Member: $125 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PIK2-0420F Saturday Non-Members: $200 11:20-12:05pm AQ-PIK2-1120S please note: Classes are subject to cancellation due to insufficient enrollment. 12:10-12:55pm AQ-PIK2-1210S 20 session iV schedule may change. please check website for updates. We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 22. F OF OP ! dR ONLy A OR ION IL-I N AT YOUth sWiM sChOOL - ages 6 & up MA GISTR R E parents/guardians are required to stay in the lobby/viewing area during swim lessons Q bathing caps required - In-water evaluation is required for placement in all levels except POLLIWOG I pOLLiWOg i (beginner i) gUppY i (advanced beginner) Minnow, cont. U No swim evaluation Necessary swim evaluation required Monday Child cannot swim independently. Child is able to complete 15 yards 4:20-5:05pm AQ-MIN-0420M He/She is apprehensive as it may front crawl with over arm recovery 5:10-5:55pm AQ-MIN-0510M A be a first-time in-water experience. and rotary breathing. Class is Tuesday This class focuses on basic focused on improving front crawl, 5:10-5:55pm AQ-MIN-0510T T swimming (paddle stroke, blowing backstroke basics and building Wednesday bubbles, kicking, floating) and water endurance. 4:20-5:05pm AQ-MIN-0420W Friday I safety. Monday 5:10-5:55pm AQ-MIN-0510F Monday 5:10-5:55 AQ-GU1-0510M Saturday C 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PO1-0420M Tuesday 1:00-1:45pm AQ-MIN-0100S Tuesday 5:10-5:55pm AQ-GU1-0510T 5:10-5:55pm AQ-PO1-0510T Wednesday Fish (intermediate ii) S Wednesday 4:20-5:05pm AQ-GU1-0420W 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PO1-0420W 5:10-5:55pm AQ-GU1-0510W swim evaluation required 5:10-5:55pm AQ-PO1-0510W Thursday Child must be able to complete 100 Thursday 5:10-5:55pm AQ-GU1-0510H yards of front crawl, back crawl, 5:10-5:55pm AQ-PO1-0510H Friday breast stroke and tread water Friday 5:10-5:55pm AQ-GU1-0510F for 2 minutes. Class introduces 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PO1-0420F Saturday the dolphin kick and focuses on 5:10-5:55pm AQ-PO1-0510F 1:00-1:45pm AQ-GU1-0100S building endurance and continued Saturday refinement of front & back crawl, breast stroke, competitive starts 1:00-1:45pm AQ-PO1-0100S gUppY ii and turns. swim evaluation required pOLLiWOg ii (beginner ii) Child is able to complete 25 yards swim evaluation required Monday front crawl with over arm recovery and 5:10-5:55pm AQ-FSH-0510M Child can swim independently with rotary breathing. Class is focused on out bubble, is not apprehensive and Wednesday improving front crawl skills. The class 4:20-5:05pm AQ-FSH-0420W is beginning paddle strokes. This introduces the elementary backstroke class focuses on basic swimming Friday and standing dive. 5:10-5:55pm AQ-FSH-0510F (front crawl, breath mechanics, kicking, floating) and water safety. Monday Saturday 4:20-5:05pm AQ-GUP-0420M 1:00-1:45pm AQ-FSH-0100S Monday 5:10-5:55pm AQ-GUP-0510M 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PO2-0420M Tuesday FLYiNg Fish/sharK 5:10-5:50pm AQ-PO2-0510M 5:10-5:55pm AQ-GUP-0510T (advanced i & ii) Tuesday Wednesday swim evaluation required 5:10-5:50pm AQ-PO2-0510T 4:20-5:05pm AQ-GUP-0420W Child must be able to swim 150 Wednesday Thursday yards of front crawl, back crawl and 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PO2-0420W 5:10-5:55pm AQ-GUP-0510H breaststroke with the appropriate 5:10-5:50pm AQ-PO2-0510W Friday starts and flip turns, complete 25 Thursday 4:20-5:05pm AQ-GUP-0420F yards of the dolphin kick and tread 5:10-5:50pm AQ-PO2-0510H 5:10-5:55pm AQ-GUP-0510F water for 3 minutes. This class Friday Saturday focuses on stroke development, 4:20-5:05pm AQ-PO2-0420F 1:00-1:45pm AQ-GUP-0100S coordination of the butterfly stroke 5:10-5:50pm AQ-PO2-0510F and endurance swimming. The Saturday MiNNOW (intermediate) individual medley is introduced at 1:00-1:45pm AQ-PO2-0100S swim evaluation required this level. Child is able to complete 50 yards of front crawl and back crawl and tread water for one minute. Class FLYiNg Fish (advanced) is focused on continuing to improve swim evaluation required back and front crawl skills, the Monday elementary backstroke and standing 5:10-5:55pm AQ-FLY-0510M dive. The class introduces breast Wednesday stroke, racing starts and flip turns. 5:10-5:55pm AQ-FLY-0510W sharK (advanced ii) Fees: Family Members: $95; Youth Members: $125; swim evaluation required Friday Non Members: $200 5:10-5:55pm AQ-SHK-0510F please note: Classes are subject to cancellation due to insufficient enrollment. session iV schedule may change. please check website for updates. 21 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 23. A MAIL-IN OR dROP OFF MAIL-IN OR dROP OFF REGISTRATION ONLy! YOUth & teeN aqUatiCs REGISTRATION ONLy! YOUth & teeN sWiM LessONs Youth: 10-12 teens: 13-17 YOUth FreestYLe/baCKstrOKe strOKe CLiNiC Q Have you always wanted to learn to swim or improve your strokes? JUST DO IT!!! These 9-week classes are geared to various swimming abilities. Bring swim suit, goggles and bathing ages 11-17 This stroke clinic is geared towards competitive age-group U A swimmers with basic knowledge of and ability in freestyle cap. in water evaluation is required for class placement. and backstroke. The clinic will feature extensive stroke technique instruction in freestyle and backstroke, as well T beginner: This class is for the non-swimmer seeking to as stroke specific turns. Proper mechanics, increased achieve comfort and movement in the water. Students efficiency and speed is emphasized. in water evaluation is I will learn basic balance in the water, changing positions required for class placement. please call the aquatics from front to back, front and back float, side stroke and Department, x108, to schedule an evaluation. elementary backstroke. Front crawl is introduced. prerequisites: Prior swim team experience is strongly intermediate: This class further develops the front crawl, deep-water skills, treading water and survival float. Back crawl is introduced. advised. Participants should have basic knowledge of and ability in freestyle, backstroke and should be familiar with swimming turns. Please wear competitive swim suit, C advanced:This class further develops endurance, improves freestyle and backstroke technique, and introduces breaststroke, butterfly, diving and flip turns. goggles and bathing cap. tuesday: 4:20-5:05 pm CODE: AQ-FBC-0420T S Family: $160 Youth: $185 Non-Member: $210 YOUth - ages 10-12 beginner YOUth breaststrOKe/ saturday: 12:10-12:55pm bUtterFLY strOKe CLiNiC CODE: AQ-YSB-1210S ages 11-17 This stroke clinic is geared towards competitive age- intermediate: group swimmers with strong knowledge of and ability in tuesday: 4:20-5:05pm breaststroke and butterfly. The clinic will feature extensive CODE: AQ-YSI-0420T stroke technique instruction in breaststroke and butterfly, saturday: 12:10-12:55pm as well as stroke specific turns. Proper mechanics and CODE: AQ-YSI-1210S increased efficiency is emphasized to achieve greater speed and reduce opportunities for injury. advanced: Prerequisites: iN Water eVaLUatiON is reqUireD thursday: 4:20-5:05pm aND MUst be sCheDULeD With the aqUatiCs CODE AQ-YSA-0420H DepartMeNt (ext. 108). prior competitive swim team experience is strongly advised. Participants should have saturday: 1:00-1:45pm knowledge of and ability in breaststroke and butterfly and CODE: AQ-YSA-0100S should be familiar with swimming turns. Please wear com- petitive swimsuit, goggles and bathing cap. teeN - ages 13-17 beginner thursday: 4:20-5:05 pm CODE: AQ-BFLY-0420H saturday: 12:10-12:55pm Family: $160 Youth: $185 Non-Member: $210 CODE: AQ-TSB-1210S intermediate gUarD start saturday: 12:10-12:55pm ages 11-14 CODE: AQ-TSI-1210S Program is designed for youth to gain aquatic and leadership knowledge in addition to positive attitudes advanced and skills for future successful completion of the saturday: 1:00-1:45pm American Red Cross Lifeguard Training course. Learning CODE: AQ-TSA-0100S objectives focus on prevention, fitness, response, leadership and professionalism. The Guard start Family: $115; Youth: $140; Non-Member: $165 program does not give participants the information and skills they need to be certified as a lifeguard. YOUth Lap sWiM Class meets once per week for nine weeks ages 10-12 - brookside pool (45 minute class). Must be able to swim laps. see pool schedule for specific prerequisite: Swim front crawl for 25 yards continuously while breathing to the front or side. Tread water for one times. parent must be present and observe from the lobby. minute using arms and legs. Submerge and swim a distance of ten feet underwater. Skills evaluation will teeN Lap sWiM occur on the first day of the program. ages 13-15 - brookside pool Wednesday 5:10-5:55 pm. Teens must be able to swim laps. See pool schedule for CODE: AQ-GST-0510W specific times. Family: $95; Youth: $125; Non-Member: $160 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities 22
  • 24. YOUth/teeN COMpetitiVe aqUatiCs, triathLON & sCUba A WaVe rYeDers spriNg sWiM teaM rye YMCa pre teaM Q ages 5-18 The Rye YMCA Wave Ryeders is offering a Spring Swim Team for current Wave Ryeder swimmers, and for ages 5-10 - sessions iii & iV This developmental Pre-Team is designed to be a bridge to participation on a competitive swim team. Participants U qualified newcomers as space allows. This is a tremendous opportunity for swimmers to stay must be able to swim 50 yards of continuous freestyle and backstroke with good form. Emphasis will be placed on building stamina and racing, competitive starts and turns, A in shape and prepare for summer swimming. Additional time spent in the water only enhances a swimmer’s and the rules of competitive swimming. Breaststroke and butterfly will be introduced and refined to meet the T performance and preparation going into the next requirements of competitive swimming. This is a TWO season of competitive swimming, so please consider SESSION program. Participants must complete a stroke evaluation prior to registration. I taking advantage of this special opportunity. Once we reach maximum registration, we will not take additional tuesday & thursday: 3:30-4:15 pm swimmers. This applies to both current and new C CODE: AQ-PRE-0330T (1011) swimmers. Family: $225 Youth: $250 Non-Member: $275 S trYOUt is reqUireD FOr NeW sWiMMers! Tryouts will be held on the following days/times: April 6, 7, 8, 12 & 13 from 6:00-7:00 pm YOUth triathLON preparatiON ages 12-16 Triathlon is not just for adults! Get into shape and have a practice schedule: april 19— June 18, 2009 great time along the way. Participants will have coached 10& Unders – Monday-Thursday – 6:00-7:00 pm sessions in swimming, spinning, running and strength 11& Olders – Monday-Thursday – 7:00-8:00 pm training. This 9-week class will culminate with an indoor triathlon. Swim evaluation required. Current swimmers: $275 per swimmer ($250 for siblings) prerequisites: Participants should be comfortable in the 10& Under —AQ-SWT-SPR-CURRENT-10 water and be able to swim 2 continuous freestyle lengths 11& Older — AQ-SWT-SPR-CURRENT-11 of the pool using rotary breathing. Bathing cap and goggles required for swim sessions. NeW swimmers (Members): $300 (No sibling discount) Mail-in or drop off registration only. NeW swimmers (Non-Member):$350 (No sibling discount) 10&Under —AQ-SWT-SPR-NEW-10 tuesdays & thursdays: 11&older —AQ-SWT-SPR-NEW-11 3:30-4:15 pm Cycle, Run or Strength Training 4:20-5:05 pm Swimming CODE: AQ-YTRI-0330T Family: $285; Youth: $310; Non-Member: $335 sCUba ages 10 and older There's a whole new world waiting for you to explore underwater. Instruction provided by the dive professionals at Aqua Visions Scuba, Ltd. Upon successful completion, participants recieve PADI certification. For details, registration and fees, contact Aqua Visions Scuba, Ltd at: 381-1884 or visit their website:www.aquavisions.biz Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" 23 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 25. A aDULt sWiM iNstrUCtiON FreestYLe With FLOW ages 18 and up Have you always wanted to learn to swim or improve your Are you tired of struggling through each lap you swim? This Q strokes? JUST DO IT!!! These 9-week classes are geared clinic is designed for adult swimmers who wish to improve to various swimming abilities. Bring swim suit, goggles and their freestyle technique for increased fitness and greater bathing cap. confidence and satisfaction in the water. Freestyle with Flow beginner: This class is for the non-swimmer who wishes to conquer their fear of water, and achieve comfort and movement is also ideal for Triathletes and Masters swimmers. The clinic offers a uniquely effective swim sequence, which will help you become more efficient and relaxed in the water as you U A in the water. You will learn how to be at ease and calm in the water. You will learn how to put your face in the water HAPPILY, learn balanced body position and proper freestyle mechanics. and float on your front and back with balance. You will learn how This teaching method has already transformed thousands of T to get air, and move from here to there in the water. You will learn swimmers who now experience ease and flow with each lap how to let the deep water hold you up, and will jump into the deep they swim. Class sections limited to 6 swimmers. I end if you are ready! Once you are comfortable and in control in water, you will begin to learn basic front crawl (freestyle). prerequisites: Participants should be comfortable in the tuesday water and be able to swim 2 continuous lengths of the pool. C 7:00-8:00 am AQ-ASB-0700T Bring swimsuit, goggles and bathing cap. If you currently use fins, please bring them to class. advanced beginner: This class is for adults who are comfortable in deep water. The class teaches the front crawl, treading water and survival float. thursday tuesday - 6:00-7:00 am tuesday - 1:15-2:15 pm AQ-FWF-0600T AQ-FWF-0115T S 7:00-8:00 am AQ-ASAB-0700H Member: $300 Non-Member: $350 intermediate: This class further develops the front crawl, treading water and survival float. Back crawl is introduced. Monday 7:00-8:00 am AQ-ASI-0700M advanced: This class further develops endurance, improves freestyle and backstroke technique, and introduces new strokes and turns. Emphasis is on building endurance for longer distance swims. Participants in the advanced class can opt for swimming one day per week or register for both days. Wednesday 7:00-8:00 am AQ-ASA-0700W Friday 7:00-8:00am AQ-ASA-0700F Member: $160; Non-Member: $210 aDVaNCeD FreestYLe With FLOW Wednesday & Friday ages 18 and up 7:00-8:00 am AQ-ASA-2DAYS-0700W This class is for graduates of Freestyle with Flow, or those who have completed a Total Immersion™ Freestyle Work- Member: $290 Non-Member: $360 shop. This clinic will teach you the most efficient way to swim faster. We begin by assessing and refining your advanced Classes in pa Cope pool. drill execution. We then move on to refining your whole- stroke swimming with attention to: seamless breathing while Masters sWiMMiNg prOgraM maintaining a solid “catch”; connecting your stroke to the ages 18 and up power of core-body rotation; and putting it all together at Training will include stroke technique, interval higher speeds. training, building speed, endurance and competition. All swimmers are welcome. You do not have to be fast or want prerequisites: Participants must have completed Free- to compete. Swimmers will be grouped according to their style with Flow or a Total Immersion™ Freestyle Workshop. level and goals (fitness, swimming ability, triathlete, etc.) Please wear competitive swimsuit, goggles and bathing cap. thursday: 1:15-2:15 pm AQ-AFWF-0115H requirements: thursday: 6:00-7:00 am AQ-AFWF-0600H • All participants must be 18 years of age or older Member: $300 Non-Member: $350 • Ability to swim 20 laps (500 yards) continuous freestyle at a moderate speed with rapid recovery time. . Wednesday & Friday: 5:30-7:00 am Lap sWiM ages 16 & up - Co-ed CODE: AQ-MSP-AM-FEB (1011) Morning, afternoon and evening hours available. AQ-MSP-AM-APR (1011) Schedule available at Member Service Desk or Members Only: $100 at www.ryeymca.org swim caps required. swimmers will be required to join the Us Masters swimming Association (www.UsMs.org). Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" 24 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 26. A eNDUraNCe/triathLON sWiM praCtiCe ages 18 & up Level 1 prep Class: for swimmers who have not participated in the Endurance/Triathlon Q A coached, endurance-oriented freestyle practice designed to give you the skills needed for longer distance swimming. Practice will focus on Swim Practice. increasing efficiency, pacing and stroke mechanics, while building fitness tuesday: 8:00-9:15 pm - AQ-ENDUR1-0800T Level 2 prep Class: for swimmers who have U and endurance. Prerequisites: Participants should be comfortable in the water and be able to swim 200 yards (8 lengths) with ease (not speed) completed the Level 1 Prep Class. using rotary breathing. Bathing cap and goggles required. thursday: 8:00-9:30 pm - AQ-ENDUR2-0800H A Member: $100; Non-Member: $125 T priVate aqUatiC iNstrUCtiON I Request forms must be submitted for all private aquatic programs. No voicemail please. Forms at Member Service Desk or at www.ryeymca.org (click on aquatics tab) C priVate sWiM LessONs One on one instruction from 3 years old through adult (all swimming abilities). Each lesson is 1/2 hour in seMi-priVate LessONs (MaxiMUM tWO partiCipaNts OF siMiLar age aND abiLitY) S length. Lessons can be arranged back to back for a pLease NOte that YOU MUst prOViDe the one-hour session if desired. seCOND partiCipaNt Member: $40 per half hour, 4-sessions: $150; Member: $30 per half hour per person 6-sessions: $225; 8-sessions; $285 4-sessions: $115; 6-sessions: $165; 8-sessions: $215 Non-Member (adults only): $50 per half hour, Non-Member: (adults only):$40 per half hour per person 4-sessions: $190; 6-sessions: $280; 8-sessions; $360 4-sessions: $150; 6-sessions: $225; 8-sessions: $285 aqUatiC persONaL traiNiNg sWiM strOKe CheCK Up Video stroke analysis ages 12 & up Co-ed Have you ever had your stroke videotaped and analyzed by a swim coach? Improve your swimming technique with our underwater digital video camera analysis. You will get a breakdown of your stroke mechanics and recommendations for improvement. Above water video will also be shot for a complete picture of your stroke. Video feedback and analysis are essential elements in any swimmer’s plan for long-term stroke improvement. If you would like to train smarter and swim more efficiently, video stroke analysis is for you! $95 for a private 60-minute session aqUa exerCise persONaL traiNiNg: ONe-ON-ONe hYDrO piLates: NeW Aquatic training offers advantages one cannot achieve on dry land, regardless of the participant's condition. By Certified Hydro-Pilates instructors are available on an combining low-impact aerobics and strength training with individual basis for members interested in non-impact the buoyancy of the water, exercisers obtain cardiovascular strengthening and stretching movements in the pool. and muscle toning benefits without straining joints and Pilates in the water helps develop trunk stabilization, muscles. enhances muscle strength, helps correct posture and relieves stress. These exercises initiate movement from Aquatic exercise is great for people with joint pain or the abdominals, lower back, hip and buttocks and flow undergoing rehabilitation, but also wonderfully effective outward to the extremities. The postures and movements for healthy adults and athletes seeking a training edge. are adaptable for anyone. Trainers design personalized programs to help participants Membership required. ages 16 & up achieve their fitness goals. Membership required. ages 16 & up 1 session: $73; 3 sessions: $210; 5 sessions: $348; 10 sessions: $665 1 session: $ 73; 3 sessions: $210; 5 sessions: $348; 10 sessions: $665 please note: pre-payment and a minimum of 8 hours cancellation notice is required for private and semi-private lessons. otherwise, payment for lesson is non-refundable and cannot be applied to future lessons. Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" 25 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 27. aqUa exerCise CLasses A Q ages 16 & up Co-ed Water exercise is safe, effective and fun for all ages and abilities, from the basic beginner to the professional athlete. Buoyancy creates a reduced impact exercise alternative that is easy on the joints, while the water’s resistance challenges the U muscles. Water lends itself to a well-balanced workout that improves all major components of physical fitness; aerobic training, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and body composition. All classes are co-ed. please visit www.ryeymca.org or stop by the Member services Desk for a schedule of classes. Classes are available for all members ages 16 & up. FREE aqUaCiZe: A total body workout using shallow water segments with deep end A T activities to build cardiovascular endurance and enhance muscle tone and flexibility. aqUa-JOg: A deep water class using floatation belts. Easy on the joints. This class incorporates a warm-up, an aerobic workout, toning and cool down. Participants use water resistant equipment to tone and build body strength I aqUa-JOg eNDUraNCe: For the water exercise enthusiast who is looking for a little more. This one and one half hour class follows the a same idea as our C S traditional Aqua Jog only each segment lasts longer to increase endurance and build strength. Deep h2O rUNNiNg: A class that combines jogging, running, and race walking intervals combined with overall water exercises to target aerobic conditioning with strength training. An excellent alternative to outdoor running for those interested in maintaining their running condition without the pounding of the pavement. This workout contains a mix of both interval runs and endurance runs. Water aerObiCs: A complete body workout that will test your endurance. Water resistance is used to develop your muscle tone, flexibility, cardiovascular fitness and general well-being. Concentrating on both upper and lower body, exercises are taught at a quicker pace to burn calories and increase endurance high iMpaCt Water aerObiCs: Similar to our regular water exercise class, but taught at a higher pace with an increased intensity. Feet tend to leave the ground more often creating the necessary impact to strengthen bones and maintain bone density as well as build muscle tone and increase endurance levels. phYsiCaLLY ChaLLeNgeD: The Rye Association for the Handicapped and the Rye YMCA work together to provide this adult exercise and swimming program for the physically challenged and for those with permanent physical disabilities. For more information, please contact: Rye Handicapped Association at 967-3529 preNataL Water exerCise: During pregnancy, water exercise serves as the most wonderful option to keep your body in shape. Water workout is less stressful on the body and minimizes the risk of injury. It causes less abdominal heaviness and enhances your blood flow. Exercising in water also helps to tone your lower back and abdominal muscles. Join our mid-morning exercise class, meet other moms and stay in shape for both you and your baby. Monday & Wednesday: 10am-10:45am CODE: AQ--PRENATAL-1000M tuesday & thursday: 7:00-7:45pm (session iV only) CODE: AQ--PRENATAL-0700T Members are Free but must register. Non-Member: $75 OLDer aDULt sWiM aqUa FLex OpeN sWiM 62+ only – Co-ed 62+ only – Co-ed A shallow water class for the active older adult. Enjoy a dip in the pool! Exercises include range of motion, strengthening, balance, Monday & Wednesday: 2:40-3:10 pm* coordination and low aerobic work. Develop muscle tone Free for all 62+ and flexibility without harsh pounding on your joints. No membership required; must sign in Everyone works at their own pace. at the front desk. Monday & Friday: 11:00-11:45 am tuesday & thursday: 2:35-3:10 pm* CODE: AQ-FLx-1100M Members Only. tuesday & thursday: 10:00-10:45aM *time will vary during special vacation weeks. CODE: AQ-FLx-1000T Member: Free but must register; Non-Member: $65 26 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 28. A aMeriCaN reD CrOss CLasses specific dates for all classes tba. LiFegUarD traiNiNg reVieW M Prerequisities: Current LGT or equivalent and CPR- Watch for special flyers or check website. FPR. Participants must bring current lifeguard & CPR-FPR certification cards and pocket mask to class. Note: E Renews LGT & First Aid Certification Only, Not CPR-FPR. babYsitter traiNiNg 17 hOUr COUrse CODE: SAF-LGTREV (1011) DATE TBA. R ages 11-15 This course will help participants develop skills necessary to care for infants and children of all ages. Concentration Family & Youth Member: $225; Non-Member: $275 I is in 5 areas: leadership, safety and safe play, basic care, first aid and professionalism. Skills learned are: feeding and C changing infants and children, dealing with emergencies and LiFegUarD traiNiNg seeking babysitting jobs. (Maximum 10 students) 6 hOUrs ages 15 (upon completion of course) & up CODE: SAF-BST (1011) DATE TBA. A pre-requisite: Family & Youth Member: $80; Non-Member: $90 In the beginning of the course, there will be a Pre-course N Session, in which you will be required to pass a skills iNFaNt & ChiLD Cpr test. The skills you must perform are as follows: This course is designed for those who care for children and teaches how to recognize and care for breathing and cardiac 1. Swim 300 yards continuously, using these strokes in R emergencies in children less than 12 yrs of age. the following order: (Maximum 10 students) • 100 yards of front crawl (a.k.a. freestyle) using E 4.5 hOUr COUrse CODE: SAF-ICC (1011) DATE TBA. rhythmic breathing and a stabilizing, propellant kick. Rhythmic breathing can be performed either by breathing to the side or to the front. D Family & Youth Member: $80; Non-Member: $90 Cpr/aeD FOr the prOFessiONaL • 100 yards of breaststroke • 100 yards of either front crawl using rhythmic resCUer reVieW breathing or breaststroke. These 100 yards may C Demonstrate all skills: Adult, Infant & Child CPR, Rescue Breathing, 2 person CPR and use of AED. Successfully be a mixture of front crawl and breaststroke. R complete written exam with a minimum score of 80%. (This is not a timed event. Prospective students Prerequisites: Valid CPR-FPR Certification. You must bring must show only that they can swim 300 yards using the strokes above without stopping). O a CPR-FPR text book and pocket mask to class. (Maximum 10 students) 5 HOUR COURSE 2. Swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, S CODE: SAF-CPR (1011) DATE TBA. surface dive to a depth of 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10 pound object, return to surface, and swim 20 Family & Youth Member: $80; Non-Member: $90 yards back to the starting point with the object and S exit the water without using a ladder or steps, within 1 minute, 40 seconds. When returning to the starting point, you must hold the 10 pound object with both hands and must keep your face above water. if you do not pass this pre-course testing (above), you will receive a refund less a 25% processing fee. Description: This course is for those who have never taken an American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course before, or for those who have an expired Lifeguard Training card. Prepares candidates with the necessary skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies at a pool. This course includes training in Lifeguard Skills and First-Aid (certificate is good for 3 years) and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer. (certificate is good for 1 year). this course does not include Waterfront training. CODe: saF-Lgt (1011) Date tba. please bring a copy of birth Certificate to register. Family & Youth Member: $375; Non-Member: $425 27 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 29. Important notIce for students briDge tO WaterFrONt LiFegUarDiNg A M ages 15 and up of all amerIcan red cross This course teaches students the skills needed to recognize lIfeguard, waterfront emergencies at a waterfront (beach and lake). Students E must possess current certifications in lifeguarding and CPR/ lIfeguard and health AED. The first part of the class is a challenge in lifeguard and safety courses training. (See lifeguard training prerequisite swim test). (cpr, fIrst aId, etc.) The second part consists of students swimming 550 yds continuously, a timed swim carrying a 10lb brick the length R I 1. Refunds are not given after first week of class. of the pool, and an underwater swim test to retrieve objects. Registrants are subject to a 25% processing fee if: Students will receive a three-year certification in waterfront C • A request for refund is submitted after class lifeguarding and first aid. The course does NOT include begins CPR/AED for the professional rescuer. • If student is unable to complete requisite A CODE: SAF-LGW-REV (1011) Date tba. swim test. Family & Youth Member: $250 2. No refunds for any failure due to attendance or Non-Member:$300 inability to meet course requirements. 3. There are NO make up classes. Students must attend all classes. No exceptions. This is Red Cross ChaLLeNge reCertiFiCatiON COUrses N R policy. ages 15 and up The purpose of these courses is to renew base level certifications only. All responsibility rests solely on the WaterFrONt LiFegUarD traiNiNg ages 15 (upon completion of course) & up individual to pre-read any required text and master all skills. This is not a review course. Courses are offered between September and June and all students must E prerequisites in the beginning of the course, there will be a Pre-course Session in which you will be required to pass a skills test. The contact the Aquatics Department to set up a scheduled time to demonstrate skills and take written exam. Date tba D skills you must perform are as follows: • Swim 550 yards (about 500 meters) continuously using front crawl and breast stroke. • Starting in the water, swim 20 yards using front crawl or aDULt Cpr with aeD CODe: saF-ChL-aDLt iNFaNt/ChiLD Cpr saF-ChL-iNFt C R Member: $45 Member: $45 breaststroke, surface dive 7–10 feet, retrieve a Non-Member: $50 Non-Member: $50 10-pound object, return to the surface, swim 20 yards back O Cpr/aeD prOF. resCUer* LiFegUarD traiNiNg to the starting point with the object and exit the water without CODe: saF-ChL-resC saF-ChL-LiFe using a ladder or steps, within 1 minute, 40 seconds. Member: $50 Member: $135 • Swim 5 yards, submerge and retrieve three dive rings placed 5 yards apart in 4–7 feet of water, resurface and swim 5 yards to the side of the pool. Non-Member: $55 basiC Water resCUe Non-Member: $145 WaterFrONt S • If you do not pass this pre-course testing, you will receive S & First aiD LiFegUarDiNg CODe: saF-ba-Wr saF-ChL-WFt a refund less a 25% processing fee. Member: $135 Member: $45 Non-Member: $50 Non-Member: $145 purpose To teach participants the knowledge and skills needed to *Participants must bring pocket mask to class. prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies both in a pool and at a waterfront environment. The course content and activities prepare participants to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent drownings and injuries. students must bring mask and fins to class. This course includes training in Lifeguard Skills (pool and waterfront) and First Aid (Certificate is good for 3 years) and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer (certificate is good for one year). CODE: SAF-WFT (1011) DATE TBA. please bring a copy of birth Certificate to register. Family & Youth Member: $400; Non-Member: $450 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" 28 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 30. G From pre-school to high school, beginning to advanced, we have a developmental gymnastics program that is age-appropriate for everyone! Y all gymnastics in gymnasium 2 M tWistiNg tiKes ages 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 (as of sept.) Co-ed Introducing young tikes to the sport of gymnastics! Learn prOgressiVe gYMNastiCs girls progressive gymnastics N the fundamentals necessary for vault, bars, beam, and floor. Learn progressive gymnastics skills on each individual Work on balance, movement, and hand-eye coordination in apparatus, including balance beam, uneven bars, floor a fun and safe environment (Instructor/Child ratio 1:5). exercise, and vault (Instructor/Child Ratio 1:7). All lead A instructors are USA Gymnastics Safety Certified and trained Monday: 1:00-1:40 pm in Infant Child CPR. Gx-TIK-0100M (Without parent, must be potty- S rOLLers (No Gymnastics Experience) trained; no pull-ups) ages 5-8 Mon: 3:30-4:30 pm CODE: Gx-ROL-0330M tues: 4:00-5:00 pm CODE: Gx-ROL-0400T T Friday: 10:45-11:25 pm Gx-TIK-1045F (With parent, potty-trained not sWiNgers (Must Have Gymnastics Experience) Must I required) be able to perform forward roll and backward roll on the floor ages 5-6 Wed: 5:00-6:00 pm CODE: Gx-SWI-0500W Family: $100; Youth: $110; C ages 7-up Wed: 6:00-7:00 pm CODE: Gx-SWI-0600W Non-Member: $150 Kippers (Must Have Gymnastics Experience) Must be S tUMbLe tOts ages 3 1/2 - 4 1/2 (as of sept.) Co-ed able to perform bridge, cartwheel, handstand on the floor ages 5-6 ages 7-9 Fri: 3:30-4:30 pm CODE: Gx-KIP-0330F Fri: 4:30-5:30 pm CODE: Gx-KIP-0430F Learn basic movement, group dynamics, and beginning FLYers i & ii gymnastics (Instructor/Child Ratio 1:5). (Must Have Gymnastics Experience) Must be able to perform bridge kickover, handstand to a bridge, handstand- Monday: 10:15-10:55 am Gx-TOT-1015M forward roll on floor. 1:45 2:25 pm Gx-TOT-0145M ages 8 & Up tues: 6:15-7:15 pm CODE: Gx-FLY-0615T tuesday: 1:00-1:40 pm Gx-TOT-0100T Fee: Family: $140; Youth: $155; Non-Member: $200 Wednesday: 1:00-1:40 pm Gx-TOT-0100W Friday: 10:00-10:40 pm Gx-TOT-1000F Friday: 1:00-1:40 pm Gx-TOT-0100F Family: $100; Youth: $110; Non-Member: $150 gYM tOts ages 4-5 (as of sept.) Co-ed Introduction to YMCA progressive gymnastics program. Classes include movement, exploration, balance and confidence. Children introduced to bars, beams, vault, and tumbling (Instructor/Child Ratio 1:5). boys progressive gymnastics Monday: 11:00-11:40 am Gx-GTS-1100M Introduction to the sport of men’s gymnastics, tuesday: 1:45-2:25 pm Gx-GTS-0145T including vault, bars, rings, and floor exercise. Develop strength and confidence useful to any sport. Wednesday: 1:45-2:25 pm Gx-GTS-0145W thursday: 1:00-1:40 pm Gx-GTS-0100H tWisters Level 1 & Level 2 No Gymnastics Experience Friday: 1:45-2:25pm Gx-GTS-0145F ages 5 & Up Friday: 3:30-4:30 pm CODE: Gx-TWI-0330F Family: $100; Youth: $110; Non-Member: $150 Family: $140; Youth: $155; Non-Member: $200 Cheerbears – ages: 4 – 8 and YOga bears – ages: 3 - 6 years Co-ed - see page 31 29 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 31. gYMNastiCs OpeN WOrKOUt! 7 & Up Come and take part in our open workout program, it will aDULt gYMNastiCs ages 18 & up Co-ed G Y be held once a month. You will have a chance to work see page 34 on all four Olympic events, plus Tumble Trac, and Mini Trampoline instruction. Gymnastics experience required. gYMNastiCs VaCatiON CaMp and Cheer VaCatiON CaMp February March april gx-Feb-11 gx-Mar-25 gx-apr-15 Dedember 28-31. see page 18. M N May gx-MaY-13 time: 6:30-7:30 pm A all four classes code: gx-Open-gym Fee: $20 per class or $70.00 for all 4 S girLs pre-teaM - 5 & Up girLs gYMNastiCs teaM, LeVeL 4-8 - 6 & Up (invitation or tryout Only, Membership required) (invitation or tryout Only, Membership required) For more information, contact 967-6363, ext. 300 For more information, contact 967-6363, ext. 300 T I C S teaM gYMNastiC DaNCe teChNiqUe gYMNastiCs CLiNiC streNgth traiNiNg ages 6 & up Open to gymnastic team, pre-team & talent group June 1 - June 26 Members only. Mon: 4:30-6:30pm tues: 3:30-5:30pm; thurs: 3:30-5:30pm Friday: 4:30-5:30 pm Indepth coaching of all 4 Olympic events plus a focus on CODE: Gx-DANCE-TEAM tumbling using the Tumbl Trak and mini trampoline. This Family/Youth Members: $65 per session clinic is excellent for current and future gymnastics team members. Gymnastic experience necessary. Family: $210; Youth: $270; Non-Member: $310 taLeNt grOUp by invitation or try-outs only - ages 8 & up This group is designed for advanced gymnasts, that do not want to participate on a competitive level. Participation in this group is by invitation or try-outs only. Continue your gymnastics skills with your friends in a fun and safe environment. Work on routines and advanced gymnastics. tuesday: 3:30 - 5:00 pm, sept. to May CODE: Gx-TALENT (1011) Family: $500; Youth: $510; Non-Member: $550 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" 30 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 32. Y YOUTH exeRciSe tWeeN YOga ages 9-12 Cheerbears This class will feature stretching postures, breathing ages: 4-8 Co-ed techniques, meditation and cooperative yoga games that O The CheerBears Program, a nationally known program, includes: Cheer, Chants, Tumbling, Pom Routines, and Stunting. This class is a great introduction for future will promote health and well being. . Wednesday: 4:00 – 5:00 pm U cheerleaders! Gx-TWEEN-0400W ages 4 – 5 (Class held in Y racquetball court) Family: $100; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 Wednesday: 10:15 - 11:00 am Gx-CHEER-1015W YOUTH SPORTS T ages 5 – 8 (Class held in Y racquetball court) Monday: 4:30 – 5:15 pm Gx-CHEER-0430M H Family: $140; Youth: $155; Non-Member: $195 YOga bears E ages: 3-6 years Co-ed The Yoga Bears creative approach to yoga can be very helpful for children whose bodies are still developing. X The use of animated poses and basic stretching exercises promote strength, flexibility, coordination and body awareness. Breathing and visualization E techniques teach kids how to focus, relax and develop self-control. R Kids will improve concentration and focus, stimulate their imagination and help to release energy in a fun, safe environment. Using interactive games and C animated postures, kids learn about animals, nature and basic anatomy through yoga. priVate spOrts extra I One on one sports instruction for ages 3 and up to adult. rye YMCa racquetball Court Improve eye/hand coordination, soccer/basketball skills, or ages: 3-4 locomotor movements. Each lesson is 1/2 hour in length. S Friday: 1:45 - 2:25 pm ages: 4-5 Gx-YOGA-0145F Lessons can be arranged back to back for a one-hour session if desired. Contact Athletic Director at ext 300. E Tuesday: 10:15 -11:00 am Gx-YOGA-1015T Member: $70 per half hour CODE: YH-PRI-LESS ages: 5-6 Non-Member: $85 per half hour Tuesday: 3:30 – 4:15 pm Gx-YOGA-0330T & Mamaroneck Location Westchester squash Court 628 Fayette avenue, Mamaroneck please Note: 24 hour cancellation notice is required for private and semi-private lessons. Otherwise, payment for class is non-refundable and not for use on future classes. S ages 3-4 Wednesday: 10:30 - 11:10 am Gx-YOGA-1030W gOLF eNriChMeNt at the rye YMCa P ages 4-5 Play fun and interactive golf games with Total Golf Wednesday: 11:15 - 11:55 am Gx-YOGA-1115W Adventures! TGA introduces students to the lifelong game of golf through a Golf Enrichment program. No need to bring O Family: $140; Youth: $155; Non-Member: $195 clubs. TGA provides all necessary equipment. Children will play games while learning fundamental and advanced techniques, rules and etiquette, and gain an understanding R phYsiCaL aCtiVitY CLUb (paC) a One-on-One personalized approach to of the parts of the golf course. TGA will give students achievement awards to honor their accomplishments as T Nutrition & Fitness for ages 10 - 14 they demonstrate safety and success throughout the 9 see page 37 week session. Enrollment is limited to 15 students. S K-3rd grade - Co-ed Monday 3:30 - 4:30 pm CODE: YH-GOL-0330M is your child 12 or older? please see teen 4th-8th grade - Co-ed Fitness, page 37 for more exercise classes. Monday 4:30 - 5:30 pm CODE: YH-GOL-0430M Family: $200; Youth: $215; Non-Member: $280 31 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 33. Y All of our Youth Sports classes focus on the YMCA core values: Honesty, Respect, Responsibility and Caring. NeW O babY spOrts aLL-spOrts age: 2-3 – Co-ed ages 5-7, Co-ed This class will act as an introduction to sports in a free play Enjoy and learn a variety of sports such as kickball, setting. Parents are required to stay and play with their volleyball, tee-ball, football, soccer and dodge-ball. This children as they explore the world of sports for the first time. tuesday- 9:30-10:15 am CODE: YH-SPS-0930T class focuses on the fundamentals of each sport offered including teamwork and good sportsmanship. tuesday: 3:30-4:30 pm CODE: YH-AS-0330T U T Friday- 9:30-10:15 am CODE: YH-SPS-0930F thursday: 3:30-4:30 pm CODE: YH-AS-0330H Family: $95; Youth: $110; Non-Member: $145 Family: $100; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 spOrts saMpLer KiDDY bOOt CaMp ages: 4-5 – Co-ed H age: 3 – Co-ed This physical fitness based class incorporates gym This fun filled class is designed to introduce three year olds style games and organized sports. Children will work on S to the concept of sports while focusing on the basics of increasing stamina, agility and speed. movement and motor skills. The activities will stimulate their minds and bodies. P rye YMCa gym tuesday- 10:45-11:30 am CODE: YH-KBC-1045T Monday- 10:30-11:15 am CODE: YH-SPS-1030M Wednesday- 10:30-11:15 am CODE: YH-KBC-1030W O tuesday- 10:45-11:30 am CODE: YH-SPS-1045T Friday- 10:30-11:15 am CODE: YH-KBC-1030F thursday- 10:45-11:30 am CODE: YH-SPS-1045H Family: $95; Youth: $110; Non-Member: $145 R Family: $95; Youth: $110; Non-Member: $145 eLFteNNis rOOKies age 4 - Co-ed This class focuses on the basic concepts needed for ages 2-4 – Co-ed We are teaming up with Elftennis in Mamaroneck to T S offer a tennis program for kids ages 2 to 4. Classes basketball, soccer, tee-ball, kickball and football. Participants feature entertaining drills and games with small learn to play together in a structured class setting with various groups of no more than 6 kids per instructor in a non- obstacles and games. The class provides a foundation for competitive environment. children's growth and enjoyment in a variety of sports. all Classes held in Mamaroneck Monday- 9:30-10:15 am CODE: YH-RKS-0930M Westchester squash Court* tuesday- 1:15-2:00 pm CODE: YH-RKS-0115T thursday- 1:15-2:00 pm CODE: YH-RKS-0115H age 2 Monday- 9:00-9:55 am CODE:YH-TEN-0900M age 3-4 Monday-10:00-10:55 am CODE:YH-TEN-1000M Family: $95; Youth: $110; Non-Member: $145 age 3-4 Monday -11:00-11:55 am CODE:YH-TEN-1100M Family: $100; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 aLL-stars ages 4-5 – Co-ed The class focuses on improving basic motor skills needed for an array of sports and games. Children learn the basics of basketball, soccer, tee-ball, football and kickball through different drills, obstacles and games. rye YMCa gym Monday- 1:15-2:15 pm CODE:: YH-ALS-0115M Wednesday- 1:15-2:15 pm CODE:: YH-ALS-0115W thursday- 9:30-10:30 am CODE:: YH-ALS-0930H Friday- 1:15-2:15 pm CODE:: YH-ALS-0115F Family: $100; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 *Mamaroneck Location! We are now offering ELFTENNIS at the Westchester Squash Court located at 628 Fayette Avenue, Mamaroneck. 32 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 34. Y OLYMpiC gaMes ages 4-5 NeW This class will act as an introduction to Olympic Event rOCK CLiMbiNg LittLe rOCKers O sports and games. Participants will have the opportunity ages 6-7, Co-ed - the rock Club, New rochelle to play several sports and games they may not have tried, In addition to teaching the fundamentals of climbing, this including volleyball, long jump, hurling, shuffleboard and class promotes self-confidence, coordination and balance, teamwork, problem solving skills and much more. U more. Wednesday - 4:00-5:00 pm tuesday: 9:30-10:15 am CODE: YH-OG-930T CODE: YH-LR-0400W Friday: 9:30-10:15 pm CODE: YH-OG-930F Family: $200; Youth: $225; Non-Member: $270 T Family: $95; Youth: $110; Non-Member: $145 rOCK stars ages 8-11, Co-ed - the rock Club, New rochelle H YOUth basKetbaLL In addition to teaching the fundamentals of climbing, this This class focuses on the basic skills of dribbling, shooting class promotes self-confidence, coordination and balance, and passing in a structured class setting. Provides a teamwork, problem solving skills and much more. foundation for growth and the opportunity to further the Wednesday - 5:15-6:15 pm enjoyment of basketball. CODE: YH-RS-0515W S ages 5-7 Family: $200; Youth: $225; Non-Member: $270 Monday: 3:30-4:30 pm CODE: YH-YBB-0330M Wednesday: 3:30-4:30 pm CODE: YH-YBB-0330W P The following classes take place at the Midland school, Midland Avenue, rye - session 4 only. ages 8-11 O Monday: 4:45-5:45 pm CODE: YH-YBB-0445M Wednesday: 4:45-5:45 pm CODE: YH-YBB-0445W YOUth sOCCer ages 5-7, Co-ed - session 4 Only - Midland school R Family: $100; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 This class focuses on the basic soccer skills of dribbling, shooting and goal tending while working in a structured class setting. Provides a foundation for growth and the opportunity to T further the enjoyment of soccer. tuesday- 3:30-4:30 pm S CODE: YH-YSC-0330T Family: $100; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 FLag FOOtbaLL ages 5-7, Co-ed - Midland school session 4 Only This class focuses on basic skills such as passing, blocking, kicking and running for flag football in a structured class setting. Provides a foundation for growth and the opportunity to further the enjoyment of flag football Wednesday: 3:30-4:30 pm YOUth raCqUetbaLL CODE: YH-FF-0330W ages 8-11 - Co-ed Increase hand/eye coordination and racquet skills. This is an Family: $100; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 intermediate semi-competitive program for boys and girls. racquetball Court thursday: 3:30-4:30 pm CODE: YH-YRB-0330H YOUth tee-baLL ages 5-7, Co-ed - Midland school Family: $100; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 session 4 Only This class focuses on the basic baseball skills of hitting and iNDOOr YOUth sOCCer fielding in a structured class setting. Provides a foundation ages 8-11, Co-ed for growth and the opportunity to further the enjoyment of This class focuses on the basic soccer skills of dribbling, baseball. shooting and goal tending while in a structured class setting. thursday: 3:30-4:30 pm Provides a foundation for growth and the opportunity to further CODE: YH-TB-0330H the enjoyment of soccer. Family: $100; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 tuesday: 4:45-5:45 pm CODE: YH-ISC-0445T All of our Youth Sports classes focus Family: $100; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 on the YMCA core values: Honesty, Respect, Responsibility and Caring 33 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 35. KARATE SPORTS FOR ADULTS K YOUth Karate ages 5-15 - Co-ed aDULt gYMNastiCs ages 18 & up A R USA GOJU style karate taught by black belt instructor. Co-ed Courses designed to enhance self-esteem, self-confidence, The class and self-discipline. requires no prior gymnastics A experience and begins with pre-Karate a group warmup/stretch, then proceeds with basic ages 5-7 Co-ed T tumbling skills on the floor Younger participants receive an orientation to and tumble track. Students karate training habits. learn handstands, rolls, E thursday: 6:00-6:45 pm CODE: YH-KRT-0600H cartwheels, round-offs, handsprings and saltos. saturday: 9:30-10:15 am CODE: YH-KRT-0930S Monday : 6:30-7:30 pm saturday: 10:20-11:05 am CODE: YH-KRT-1020S CODE: Gx-ADULT-0630M & Member: $100; Family: $100; Youth: $115; Non-Member: $150 Non-Member: $150 A raCqUetbaLL Court reservations are accepted two days in advance via phone or in D person for members only. (1/2 hour per person) 1 hour max. Please call ahead to cancel. We strongly recommend eye protection. OpeN aDULt basKetbaLL Times available for young adult and adult members to U L participate. See gym schedule for days and times. ADULT LEAGUES ages 18 & up Co-ed T S aDULt sOCCer Men's soccer - session iii & iV YOUth/teeN Karate The men’s adult soccer games take place every P ages 8-15, Co-ed Thursday. Games are 5 on 5, teams are formed each Participants will develop their style and skills week and games take place in the gymnasium. progressions. thursday: 8:00-10:00 pm O . CODE: AS-ASL-0800H thursday: 7:00-8:30 pm CODE: YH-KRT-0700H R saturday: 11:10 am-12:40 pm CODE: YH-KRT-1110S Member: Free; Non-Member: $80 session T Family: $110; Youth: $130; Non-Member: $170 aDULt CO-eD VOLLeYbaLL session iii & iV - ages 18 & up aDULt Karate S The league is dedicated to giving adults an opportunity ages 16 & up to participate in organized team sports while having fun, USA GOJU style karate, taught by a black belt instructor. Courses meeting new people, and getting fit. This is a coed league designed to enhance self-esteem, self-confidence, and self- and each team will be allowed to carry up to 8 players max. discipline. There will be a 7-week season and playoffs for all teams. tuesday: 6:00-8:00 pm T-shirts for the Championship Team. CODE: AS-KRT-0600T Wednesday: 8:00-10:00 pm CODE: AS-VOLLY-0800W Member: Free; Non-Member: $115/per session Member: Free; Non-Member: $80 session 34 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 36. T Teen Leadership Programs teeN LeaDers CLUb r.Y.e. (rYe’s YOUth eNgageD) (grades 6-12) E RYE is a program where teens can get involved by volunteering (grades 9-12) in various service projects including many YMCA events, This leadership group, run by and for the teens here at without the commitment of attending meetings and applying the Rye Y meet twice a month to create positive change for leaders club positions. RYE is the place for teens looking to E and implement new creative ideas which enhance the fulfill volunteer hours for graduation and beyond. RYE members quality of teen programs. As the “Teen Ambassadors” for will be informed of upcoming volunteer opportunities throughout the Rye Y, Leaders will participate in a variety of YMCA the school year. events, regional teen rallies and fundraising efforts. N In addition, Teen Leaders are given the opportunity to create personal portfolios to aid them in their pursuit of jobs, scholarships, and college acceptance. Teen Y bUCK$ (grades 6-12) Y Buck$ is a program where teens are rewarded for volunteer S Leaders can look forward to a rewarding year of service and fun. New Teen Leaders are chosen based service in any YMCA program, event or club such as Healthy on personal interviews and desire to make a positive Kids Day, Rye Derby and Teen Leaders meetings/eents. Y difference in their community. Buck$ are redeemable to use for items such as: teen program fees, Leaders Club Rallies, teen club merchandise and Teen Y gLObaL teeNs Travel Adventures during the school year. (grades 9-12) Y Buck$ are valid from 9/10/09 – 6/25/10. Y Buck$ cannot be carried over to the following school year and cannot be used In collaboration with YMCA International, Global for summer camp programs. Teens is a youth development program with a special emphasis on service learning and the development ViDeO gaMe COMpUter CLass of leadership skills and cultural competence. ages 7-13 - Learn how to create a video game! The purpose of the program is to challenge each See page 14 for details. participant to develop a stronger sense of self- confidence, independence and cooperation, as well as to deepen his/her appreciation for the diversity Teen Drop In Events and interdependence among the world’s people. The program is not just an opportunity to travel, but also VOLLeYbaLL tOUrNaMeNt an opportunity for leadership development, personal NeW (grades 9-12) growth, new cultural experiences and increased Teams should arrive by 7:00 pm to sign in. Tournament may international understanding. be divided between grades 9 & 10 and 11 & 12. Single players will be allowed to make up teams provided a minimum of 4 JUNiOr LeaDers players can be created. (grades 6-8) Prizes will be awarded to the winning teams in each division. This leadership group is designed for middle school Call (914) 967-6363 ext. 152 for more information students who want to make a positive impact in the Friday, February 26 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm Rye community, meet new friends and participate in a variety of service projects. The Junior Leaders meet rye YMCa gym twice a month to plan meaningful and fulfilling activities $5 per person with 4-6 persons on a team while introducing students to the ideals of leadership and service. DODgebaLL tOUrNaMeNt NeW (grades 9-12) D.r.e.a.M Teams should arrive by 7:00 pm to sign in. Tournament may Diversity, right nutrition, exercise, activity be divided between grades 9 & 10 and 11 & 12. Single players and Mobility will be allowed to make up teams provided provided a team (grades 6 – 8) of five can be created* Prizes will be awarded to the winning This GIRLS ONLY program will get your teens talking, teams in each division. moving and shaking. Over the course of nine weeks, Call (914) 967-6363 ext. 152 for more information D.R.E.A.M. members will be involved in age appropriate Friday, March 19 from 7:00 - 10:00 pm exercises, activities and discussions, promoting healthy rye YMCa gym habits and attitudes, for better overall health and well $5 per person or $25 per team of 5 participants being. Topics will include: balanced nutrition, engaging exercise classes, celebrating diversity, pop culture (and its influence on body image) and general issues facing teeN pOetrY sLaM NeW adolescent females in today’s society. (grades 9-12) Friday afternoons, from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Poets must submit their material 1 week prior to the event 4/16/10 - 6/8/10. Creativity and appropriateness is highly encouraged Free to Members. No registration necessary. Call (914) 967-6363 ext. 152 for more information Friday, april 16, from 7:00 – 10:00 pm For more information about Teen programs, please rye YMCa gym call Lou Caratelli at 967-6363, ext 301 $5 per each person attending 35 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 37. teeN aCCess CarD (t.a.C.) (grades 6-12) The Rye YMCA Teen Access Card is designed for teens Teen Travel Adventures T who are not full YMCA members, to take part in a variety of programs and activities at a reduced rate. Programs and activities where the Teen Access Card can be used include: WiNter CaMp- FrOst VaLLeY YMCa 2/15-2/17; Mid-Winter recess (ages 11-14) E E Come spend three exciting, action-packed teen nights, after-school drop-in and day trips on days in the Catskills with new and old friends. no-school days. Experience the magic of one of the best YMCA camps *the teen access Card is valid for only the programs in the world February 15-17, 2010. Winter Camp and activities mentioned, from 9//09-6/10 means winter activities - if there's snow, we'll ski the Neversink Trail and tube the Dining Hall hill. No snow? No problem! We'll have hikes, games, campfires, ice N teeN aFter-sChOOL DrOp-iNs S fishing and ice-skating. (september 8 – June 25) grades 6-12 The Rye YMCA Teen Services Department offers oppor- Winter Camp is a three-day/two night event. Campers tunities for teens to strengthen their spirit, mind and body live in heated cabins, enjoy hot meals and snacks in the through programs that emphasize camaraderie, leadership dining hall, and follow all the familiar camp routines. and physical activity. Teens can access the Teen Lounge, *Must bring your own x-country skis and ice skates for game room and when available the gymnasium, swimming participation in those activities. Due to cabin space, pool and fitness annex everyday after school. Teens can registration is limited to 10 males & 10 females! also get information on leadership clubs, service opportuni- Registration ends 1-week prior to date of trip. ties, potential travel experiences and special teen events throughout the year. Code: TE-FVY-215M; Session (1011) Monday – Friday 2:30 pm-6:00 pm. Family/Youth Member $300; Non-Member $350 Open on early dismissal school days. Family/Youth Member: Free teen access Member: $2.00 per day spriNg breaK sKi trip, NeW stOWe Vt FriDaY teeN Night 3/29- 4/1 (ages 12-15) (september 18– June 11) (grades 9-12) With Spring Break coming early this year, there’s The Rye YMCA is open for basketball, swimming (swim sure to be plenty of snow left on the slopes! We’ll ski/ caps required), working out, video games, or socializing board all day and hang at the Round Hearth Lodge with your friends in the Teen Lounge. Teens can also try all night! As "Vermont's Most Famous Ski Dorm", the their hand in air hockey, pool, ping-pong or foosball in the Round Hearth at Stowe has earned local and national Game Room. Tournaments involving basketball, dodge ball recognition as one of the country's premier youth and video games are a sample of monthly activities that lodging facilities! Join us as we say goodbye to winter will be held throughout the year. Ideas for new activities by in style! teens are welcomed and encouraged. Most Friday evenings 7:00 pm-10:00 pm (Check www.ryeymca.org for dates) highlights include: •Two Days of Skiing/Snowboarding at legendary Stowe, Family/Youth Member: Free •DJ Dance & Karaoke Nights teen access Member: $5.00 •Chill in Stowe’s THREE biggest outdoor hot tubs •Billiards Parlor, Game Room, & Big Screen TV •ALL YOU CAN EAT! -- including cookies on arrival, satUrDaY teeN Night breakfasts, dinners, cocoa & munchies (september 19– June 12) (grades 6-8) The Rye YMCA is open for basketball, swimming (swim •Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Treats caps required), video games, or socializing with your friends in the Teen Lounge. Middle School teens can also Equipment Rentals and Lessons are available at an try their hand in air hockey, pool, ping-pong or foosball in additional cost. Price includes: 3 nights lodging, 5 the Game Room. Tournaments involving basketball, dodge meals (3 breakfasts and 2 dinners), 2 day lift tickets and ball and video games are a sample of monthly activities round trip transportation. Space is limited. that will be held throughout the year. Dances, band nights and other special events will take place on select Saturday Session (1011) Code: TE-SPRING-10 evenings. Ideas for new activities/events are welcomed and Family/Youth Member: $550; Non-Member: $600 encouraged. Most saturday evenings 7:00 pm-10:00 pm (Check www.ryeymca.org for dates) Call 967-6363 ext. 301 for more information Family/Youth Member: Free; $5.00 for special event nights; teen access Member: $5.00. 36 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 38. Teen Health & Fitness T the teen Fitness passport Card and teen Fitness Center Usage E The Fitness Center is available to Teens 16+ years. Teens 14-16 who complete the following pre-requisites are given a waiver to this rule, called the Teen Passport Card. This card allows those teens under 16 to: • Use the Fitness Center on their own any day Sunday through Saturday 3:00 pm-5:00 pm E • Use the Fitness Center with an accompanying adult (21+) at any other time • Participate in Group exercise classes. In order to earn their own Teen Passport Card, teens must complete one of the following, guaranteeing their competence, N adherence to safety and knowledge of equipment. • Teen Intro to the y Fitness Center, Workouts and Healthy lifestyles Class (formerly "Intro to Strength Training Class For Teens") CODES: YH-STR-0330M and YH-STR-0330T See this page for description. F • Teen Fitness Camps: Summer Day Camp (any 2 week session qualifies for Passport Card) or the February Vacation Week camp for those participants 14-16. I • 10 full hour sessions one-on one Personal Training or semi-Private Personal Training for those participants 14-16. Pay at Member Service Desk & fill out Trainer request form in Fitness Center. T Teen fiTness N february Camp ages 13-16 - February 15-19 Teens - will participate in cardiovascular workouts, E fitness games, strength training, special group classes and swim training with certified personal trainers, physical education Majors and sports S Nutrition specialists. teens work on personal goals such as getting better at sports, firming up and finding out more about health & fitness. participants S teeN iNtrO tO the Y FitNess CeNter, WOrKOUts & heaLthY must be able to swim one lap in the pool, and run continuously for 5 minutes. Caring, honesty, respect and responsibility are taught by example. LiFestYLes ages 14-16 Co-ed 9:30 am - 1:30 pm - Monday through Friday In the Fitness Center, teens can learn proper exercise CODe: aF-s&F-presiDeNts techniques on the cardiovascular, resistance machines Family & Youth Member: $210; Non-Member $300 and free weights. The emphasis is on safety and learning a healthy lifestyle. Upon completion, students will be completely confident and comfortable with the Fitness teeN CarDiO/pOWer/streNgth Center and will qualify for a Teen Fitness Passport Card ages 12-16 Co-ed (see box above) . Choose one 10 class session below: Improve your speed, agility and abdominal strength. Class includes a fun cardio workout, strength work and "Abs." Monday & Wednesday: 3:30-4:30 pm for 10 classes tuesday and thursday: 3:30-4:15 pm Feb. 1- March 10 CODE: AF-STR-0330Ma CODE: AF-KICK-0330T Feb. 22 - March 24 CODE: AF-STR-0330Mb Family: $125; Youth: $140; Non-Member: $175 March 22 - april 28 CODE: AF-STR-0330Mc april 26 - May 27 CODE: AF-STR-0330Md phYsiCaL aCtiVitY CLUb - (paC) Family: $135; Youth: $145; Non-Member: $175 A one-on-one Personalized Approach to nutrition & Fitness - Co-ed, Ages 10-14 A personalized 12 week healthy life style program focused on teeN spiNNiNg increasing physical activity and good nutritional practices to ages 12-16 Co-ed establish and maintain healthy weight. A personal coach guides An indoor cycling experience set to music in our each participant to achieve healthy lifestyle goals. This program spinning studio. Builds cardiovascular capacity strength and enduance and is great training for the off-season is one-on-one and the 12 weeks can begin at any time. To school athlete. schedule your first session and register, please call 967-6363, tuesday: 3:30-4:15pm ext 206 CODE: AF-SPN-0330T Family & Youth Member: $95; Non-Member: $150 Family: $55 Youth: $60; Non-Member: $90 Includes 12-week access to the facilities. (Less than 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.))) 37 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 39. H E A FitNess CeNter FitNess aNNex L ages 16 & up Co-ed Our Fitness Center is equipped with cardiovascular ages 8 & up Co-ed Our Fitness Annex is located on the first floor and features a T H machines, free weights, circuit machines and stability balls. strength circuit and 10 cardio machines. The Annex serves Our staff will instruct you on proper use of the equipment several functions: At certain times of the day, it takes over- and facility. An orientation for both the cardiovascular and flow adult members from the main Fitness Center. At other resistance equipment is included with your membership times, it is open to Teen use. It is also open at set times for and is strongly encouraged. See Fitness Center for more those 8 years and over accompanied by an adult (Family Time). & information or to make an appointment. There is always staff monitoring the Annex use. Check the FitNess CeNter hOUrs are the saMe as Facility hours. website for day and times of operations. healthy Lifestyles program ages 21 and up Want the benefits of a healthier lifestyle? You can make it happen! The YMCA Healthy Lifestyles Program is a F 10-month, scientifically-tested program the YMCA has developed in collaboration with the Stanford University I T Prevention Research Center. Its methods are proven effective in facilitating life-long behavior change related to health, physical activity and nutrition. In a group setting, you will be inspired to change your own behaviors as you work with others who have common experiences, goals and struggles. Groups N E provide accountability and a powerful incentive to affect change.Throughout your journey, you will receive positive reinforcement, gain self-acceptance and increase your S confidence. Groups formed throughout the year. For more information contact Laura tiedge, Senior Director of Healthy Lifestyles, at ext. 107. FitNess MeasUriNg CODE: AF-HLP (1011) DATE TBA Member: $199; Non-Member: $250 S ages 16 and up If you are a current exerciser or have returned to First steps exercise after a hiatus, you might want to have baseline ages 18 and up data in order to track your progress on your journey Our first steps program is a great way for members who to your fitness goals. Make an appointment for these are new to exercise (or who have taken a very long break measurements in the Fitness Center. from exercise) to get started in improving their health Package includes: body composition assessment through fitness. It allows them to create a lifestyle change (percentage body fat), resting heart rate, blood pressure, that incorporates physical activity in graduated increments. flexibility, core (abdominal) strength and endurance Members work with specially selected wellness coaches components. Your results will be printed for you at the end who help them to become comfortable first in the Annex of the session (duration: approx. 1 hour). and eventually in the Fitness center. Wellness coaches Member: 1st session free within first 3 months of will introduce members to a complete cardio, flexibility and membership strength training program one step at a time! A 12 week $25 additional sessions moving forward. program, members who participate in First Steps will meet Body composition alone: $8 Non-member: N/a with their coach every two weeks as they gradually progress Member: 1st session free within first 3 mos. of membership to a more fit lifestyle. $25 for additional sessions moving forward For more info. contact Brendan Ahearn at 967-6363, ext. 207 body composition alone: $8 Non-Member: N/a CODE: AF-FSTP (1011) Member: $ 75; Non-Member: N/a 38 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 40. H persONaL traiNiNg Members 12 & up Co-ed Certified Personal Trainers are available to design and ONe-ON-ONe piLates Or ONe-ON-ONe YOga iNstrUCtiON ages 12-adult E instruct an exercise program to suit your individual goals Certified Yoga and Pilates Mat Science instructors are and needs. Additional fee required. Each session is one available on an individual basis for members interested in hour. sessions are good for 6 months after purchase experiencing these disciplines in more depth or progressing and are not refundable. Membership required. You must A to a higher level. Individualized programs are also suitable cancel 24 hours in advance or you will be charged for for beginners or as an introduction to these exercise modes. the session. Sessions are 45 minutes. Membership required. You must 1 session $ 73 cancel 24 hours in advance or you will be charged for the L 3 session $210 session. 5 sessions $348 10 sessions $665 1 session: $70 3 sessions: $210 10 sessions: $665 T introductory 3-pack purchased within 14 days sessions are good for 6 months after purchase and are of joining: $179 not refundable. Stretch your dollar by taking 1/2 hour sessions, doubling your number of sessions. Ask your trainer if this is appropriate for you. H ONe-ON-ONe aLexaNDer teChNiqUe Ages 12 & up Co-Ed Improve your posture, your breathing and your well-being through this “re-learning of movement” methodology. You will & look and feel healthier and more in control. Sessions are one hour. Taught by Joy Jacobson, certified ASAT Instructor. sessions are good for 6 months from purchase and are not refundable. F CODE: AF-1ALx-1011 Member & Non-Member: I 1 session $81 3 sessions $229 T seMi-priVate persONaL traiNiNg NUtritiON & FitNess paCKages - “Expect A New You!” N please note that you must provide the second participant For those members 18+ who want to experience real change, Personal training for 2 participants simultaneously. Perfect these nutrition counseling-combined-with fitness coaching options for 2 friends with similar goals, 2 busy teen friends who are offered: want to earn their Teen Fitness Passport but have no after E school time, or 2 Senior exercise pals who want to learn more. Each session is one hour. sessions are good for 6 months after purchase and 24 hour cancellation policy Option 1 is a 12 week nutrition program only & includes: •Individualized nutrition analysis •Realistic goal setting S is in effect. •Scientific tracking of progress Membership required. •11 one-on-one follow up sessions with Nutrition Specialist Co-ed. ages 12-adult •Exercise orientation OR restructuring of current program 1 session: $42 per participant S (full $84 due at registration) 3 sessions: $117 per participant (full $234 due at registration) This option is appropriate for those new to exercise or those with an already established workout regimen. CODE: AF-OPT1-ADULT (1011) 10 sessions: $370 per participant all-inclusive price for 12 weeks: Member: $359 (full $740 due at registration) Non-Member: $406 sMaLL grOUp Option 2 is a nutrition program with 18 personal training sessions & includes: persONaL traiNiNg •First 4 features of Option 1 Members 16 & up •Twice weekly 45 minute personal training session for the first 6 weeks Groups of 3-6 people will be formed with the trainer of •1 session weekly for the last 6 weeks your choice. The trainer will customize a workout program designed to fit the group’s needs. This is a great way to have affordable training, get results, and meet new people! This option is appropriate for those seeking maximum results The groups meet twice a week for three weeks. in the time allotted. Particularly good for those seeking to build SESSION: 1011 CODE: AF-PT muscle mass or with a large % of body fat to lose. Registration allowed 1 week prior CODE: AF-OPT2-ADULT (1011) to start of each session. all-inclusive price for 12 weeks; Member: $806; For details, please call 967-6363, Non-Member: $910 ext. 207 or check www.ryeymca.org *Initial interview required before starting either option. Call $99 per 3-week session ext 206 for appointment. Membership required 39 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 41. spiNNiNg ages 16 & up Co-ed An indoor cycling experience set to music for all fitness levels. iNtrO tO COMpUters FOr aDULts H E Great for body fat reduction and increasing cardio respiratory ages 18 & up capacity. See website for class schedule. A great class for adults learning to use Members only - Free. the computer. Classes will include how to A use Word, PowerPoint, Access, Excel and pOWer Up Windows operating system. ages 16+ Women only tuesdays 7:30 pm-9:00 pm L Working with weights helps to maximize your metabolism, keep CODE: CA-COM-730T fat off and can also slow the bone density loss associated with aging in some people. This is not a class to build visible muscle Member: $135 Non-Member: $250 T but rather a class with a certified instructor to tone and to gain strength in both your upper and lower body. Learn how to work with weights properly. Limited to 8 participants. Monday & Wednesday mornings: 10:45-11:45 am CODE: AF-POWER-1045M Member: $155; Non-Member: $200 H & F I T ACTIVE OLDER ADULT LiMberCiZe N E 62+ only Co-ed at the Wainwright house rYe YMCa triathLON CLUb Warm-up then stretch out as we progress through this non- Co-ed. ages 18-adult aerobic fitness class. The primary function is to maximize Open to all Triathlon fans. This club will provide you with team camaraderie (you will choose which local “Tri’s” you want to compete in as a team) and extra knowledge for one’s flexibility while improving muscle tone by working through a complete range of motion. (No registration required) tuesday: 1:00-1:40 pm; thursday: 1:00-1:40 pm S better performance. Frequent e-mails of training tips and upcoming events, socials, informational meetings (event and sports nutrition, e.g.) and group trainings (cycling, Friday: 1:00-1:40 pm Free for all 62+; No membership required. S swims, runs). Also includes club t-shirt. 8 WeeK FaLLprOOF® COUrse triathlon Club Full Year Membership: $50 CODE: AF-TRICLUB (1011) ages 60+ Co-ed Specially developed for The Obsborn Retirement Home, this course is based on the work of Dr. Debra J. Rose and consists of & M triathLON preparatiON CLass 8 weekly classes which will help older persons develop the skills sessiON iii & iV they need to help prevent falling. Gait, Center-of Gravity, Postural, Have you always dreamed about entering a triathlon? and Multi-sensory skills will all be addressed. Each class section is limited to 4 students to insure individual attention. O Train with us this winter and be race-ready for the Spring/ Summer outdoor triathlon season. You will be working with These early afternoon classes are held in the Osborn Home swim coaches, cycling instructors and a strength/endurance Fitness Center on an on-going basis.You will be grouped trainer in a structured setting. You will also explore the according to a self-assessment after registering and given a start sports psychology of these swim-bike-run races that are becoming increasingly popular. *We strongly recommend that you train for two 9-week sessions. Participants date and time. Call ext. 206 to start your registration process. CODE: AF-FALLPF-1011 R E Member and Non-Member: $189 for the 8 weeks receive a free membership in the Y Triathlon Club (above) ages 18+ (spring iii and spring iV) Meets twice a week for 9 weeks bLOOD pressUre sCreeNiNgs: Members $286 for 9 weeks*; Non-Members: $358 for 9 weeks* Every Monday morning* a nurse from Greenwich tuesday & thursday: 7:35-9:00 pm Hospital is in residence to take your blood pressure. Code aF-triath-10 Monday* 9:00-12:00 pm (*except national holidays) The Rye YMCA is a proud participant/sponsor of the Free tO aLL! Jardin Westchester triathlon. 40 Denotes on-line registration available - sign up today @ www.ryeymca.org - Click on "register Online for Classes" We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 42. H grOUp exerCise CLasses Classes are available for all members ages 16 & up. see schedules for times and locations. (available at the Member services Desk or at www.ryeymca.org). some classes are held at Wainwright house. E grOUp aCtiVe: Activate Your Life in only one hour! Feeling fitter, stronger and more alive has never been more achievable or more enjoyable! Incorporating all elements of fitness, Group Active will increase your cardio fitness, build A your strength and improve your balance and flexibility, all in a supportive group environment, with motivating music and caring instructors. Get more out of life, Get Active! L Mix it Up- Burn calories and sculpt muscles; basic cardio patterns combined with weight exercises to challenge all levels. ZUMba- Fusion of Latin and International music-dance themes creating a dynamic, exciting effective fitness system! The routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. T pOWer MaDNess – A muscle endurance and muscle strength class using power-cut bars and weights. tOtaL abs aND sCULpt- Improve strength, endurance and balance, define muscle, burn calories and increase energy. H FreesYtLe step- For all fitness levels. A high intensity, low impact class using various arm and leg movements while stepping. Muscle toning and stretching included. piLates -Combines stretching and isometric contraction to produce a smoother, longer body silhouette. bODY bLast - A full body workout that will blast calories and tone muscles with a mix of cardio and strength training. & YOga- Postures, breathing techniques and meditation designed to develop strength, flexibility and a feeling of inner peace. YOga/piLates - A unique fusion of Yoga and Pilates, experience the best of both techniques! CirCUit CLass—A high intensity level interval class using a variety of equipment. LUNChtiMe CrUNCh- A sculpting class focusing on core muscles like abdominals and cardio. F pOWer hOUr - High intensity level interval class using a variety of equipment. CarDiO streNgth traiNiNg – Use a variety of equipment for sculpting and toning for all different levels. I tOtaL bODY piLates– Focus on mind body exercises and learn to de-stress your mind while you exercise your body. piLates FUsiON- Elements of conditioning, alignment, balance flexibility, and cardio endurance - the workout will sculpt T and strengthen your body. pOWer FLOW YOga-Combines the power and strength of sun salutations and standing postures with the supple flow N and grace of yoga. COre aND MOre- A strengthening and stretching class focused on building stability. COre express- A 30 minute abdominal and Pilates class. E Mega ZUMba Mix- Zumba with a twist! getUp aND get gOiNg- A full body workout with interval training including abdominals and weights. S express stretCh- A 30 minute stretch and relaxation class. pUMp it Up- A classic group exercise class that takes cardio to the next level with hip-shaking music. S CarDiO COMbO- A cardiovascular combination that involves weights and abdominals. sWeat aND sCULpt- A mix of cardio and resistance training with abdominal work. grOUp pOWer - This 60 minute barbell program strengthens all your major muscles in an inspiring, motivating, group environment. Coming soon! Member: Free; Non-Member: N/a pOWer YOga With MiChaeL DaY iN MaMarONeCK ages 18 & up - Co-ed - session iii Located at Harbor Island Park in Mamaroneck, this 9 week class is a collaboration between the Rye Y and Mam'k Village Recreation Dept. Power Yoga is an active, fitness based variation of Vinyasa Yoga, appropriate for all levels. tuesday & thursday mornings: 10:00-11:00 am CODE: AAF-Power Yoga-1000T (1011) Member: $90; Non-Member: $180 heaLth/MeDiCaL reCOMMeNDatiONs For your own safety, we recommend that you consult with a physician prior to enrolling in an exercise class if one of the following applies to you: female over 45 years old, male over 34 years old, smoker over the age of 30, personal or family history of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes or other chronic illness, have had recent surgery, or limited by any musculoskeletal problem. The YMCA reserves the right to require a physician’s approval for participation in any activity. 41 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 43. YMCa “spirit, MiND & bODY” CLasses at the WaiNWright hOUse 260 stuyvesant avenue, rye W A YMCA members can enjoy additional group classes at the Wainwright House Yoga Center. The large exercise studio, located in a renovated carriage house, is complete with a professional sprung hardwood floor. Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere on the L.I. Sound with ample parking. A full menu of weekly classes will include some or all of the following (check flyer for final schedule). Note: all I classes taught by certified YMCA Instructors. (Proof of Membership is Required) • PILATES: N Performed on mats, this exercise methodology combines stretching and isometric contraction to to produce a smoother, longer body silhouette. Long practiced by dancers, it is a wise addition to an aerobics-only exercise regimen. • LIMBERCIzE: W 62+ only. Warm-up then stretch out as we progress through this non-aerobic fitness class. The primary function is to maximize one’s flexibility while improving muscle tone by working through a complete range of motion. R • YOGA: hatha: traditional postures, visualization and meditation; Vinyasa (“power yoga”): active, flowing postures for all levels; I ashtanga: synchronizes breath with a progressive posture series which detoxifies muscles and organs; gentle: Basic yoga postures, stretch for all levels restorative: Using postures to help still and soothe the mind G Kundalini: The most ancient form; breath-generated • ADDITIONAL GROuP CLASSES: schedules available at the rye YMCa or by visiting our website at www.ryeymca.org. Click on "Wainwright" under schedules. ages 16 and up Co-ed Member: Free H Wainwright Member: (15% discount) single class=$15.00; 10 class card (60 days)=$135; T 20 class card (90 days)=$260; Monthly unlimited=$150 Non-Member: single class=$18; 10 class card (60 days)=$165; 20 class card (90 days)=$315; Monthly unlimited=$175 & FitNess at the OsbOrN 101 Theall Road, Rye O S Water exerCise CLass Rye YMCA members 65+ may attend the following Active Water exercise set to music. Gentle stretching and moderate Older Adult programs at the Osborn. aerobic activity. B Monday: 10:15-11:00 am Members intending to participate at the Osborn must Wednesday: 10:15-11:00 am first call the Rye YMCA Fitness Director at ext 206 at the Friday: 10:15-11:00 am beginning of each calendar year. Limit 45. stretCh CLass tai Chi Practiced through a series of slow, smooth movements, this O R A class designed to improve overall flexibility and balance. The mind-body form of exercise improves concentration, balance instructor provides the class with stretches that exercise every and strength. Ideal for all adults, but especially older adults. major muscle group of the body. Participants will leave relaxed thursday: 11:30-12:00 pm N and refreshed. tuesday: 9:30-10:15 am; 10:30-11:15 am p.a.C.e. People with Arthritis Can Exercise thursday: 9:30-10:15 am; 10:30-11:15 am PACE, a group recreational activity designed by the Arthritis saturday: 9:30-10:00 am; 10:15-11:00 am Foundation specifically for people with arthritis. Includes range of motion, muscle strengthening and/ or endurance exercises, body mechanics and relaxation techniques. geNtLe Chair YOga Medical Clearance Required. A series of stretching postures, breathing teachniques and tuesday: 10:30-11:00 am meditation to help develop strength, flexibility and a feeling of thursday: 10:30-11:00 am inner peace. Fridays: 1:00-2:00 pm Family/adult: Free 42 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 44. GENERAL RuLES & POLIcIES general Membership rules • When upgrading from Youth to Family, we will waive the • always scan your membership card when entering the facility. joiner's fee provided Youth membership has been in effect a minimum of 3 months. • The Rye YMCA reserves the right to take pictures/video of • Any family membership that is downgraded to a Youth or participants for brochures and marketing purposes. If you cancelled completely will pay the Youth or Program Partici- prefer that you or your child not be photographed, let us know pant rate if downgraded before the 5th week of class in each in writing. session. • When the Y closes at 10 PM, all members and guests must be out of building by 10:15 pM. Locker rooms & Locks • Lockers are available for day use by members and guests. You • When the building closes at 6:30 PM, all members and may bring your own lock and remove it at the end of each visit. guests must be out of the building by 6:45 pM. • Daily locks are available at the Member Service Desk in • Strollers are prohibited inside the building due to Fire Codes. exchange for your Membership card. Please do not leave locks on overnight. • For your safety, the Rye YMCA follows guidelines to close the • Always secure your belongings. We recommend that you not pools during lightning and thunder storms. bring valuables into the facility; the YMCA is not responsible • We recommend that you not bring valuables into the facility; for lost or stolen items. the Rye YMCA is not responsible for lost or stolen items. • Separate locker rentals are available for a yearly fee. Lockers and padlocks are available to secure your belong- • Additional locker rooms are available for boys and girls. If ings. your child is five (5) or younger, you may use either youth locker room. If they are older than five, they must use the • Cell phones and cameras are strictly prohibited in the youth locker room for their gender. At no time are children locker rooms. under sixteen allowed in our adult locker rooms. • Youth locker rooms may be used by adult members on week- Member Code of Conduct days only before 9 a.m. and after 8:30 p.m. Weekend usage The Rye YMCA is a membership organization that values caring, is not allowed. Parent may accompany their same sex child honesty, respect and responsibility. Membership is a privilege, at any time. not a right. We expect persons using the YMCA to behave in a • Special needs locker rooms have been designed for our mature and responsible way and to respect the rights and dignity members with disabilities and for those special situations that of others. Members and guests are encouraged to notify staff if require a mom to assist her son (6 and younger) or a dad to they are made to feel uncomfortable while using the YMCA. The assist his daughter (6 and younger). Moms with daughters YMCA has the right to suspend or cancel a membership if the are to use the Girls locker room. Dads with sons are to use member’s behavior or language violates a generally accepted the Boys locker room. Children ages 6 and older are to use standard of conduct. youth locker rooms. • No cellphones or cameras. Sex Offender Policy Persons found on sexual offender registry list(s) or who have Child supervision committed sexual offenses, will have membership privileges • Children under the age of 12 must be under direct denied/suspended/terminated and will not be eligible for volun- supervision of an adult in all areas of the facility or teer/employment opportunities at the Rye YMCA. enrolled in a supervised YMCa program activity. For their safety, children are not permitted in some areas of health & Medical recommendation the fitness facility. For your own safety, we recommend that you consult with a physician prior to enrolling in an exercise class if one of the pool rules following applies to you: • Street shoes are not permitted on the pool deck. • Females over 45 years old • Bathing caps must be worn by everyone (excluding SKI • Male over 34 years old and PERCH classes). Bathing caps are sold at our member • Smoker over the age of 30 services desk. • Personal or family history of heart disease • Please shower before entering the pool. • High blood pressure, diabetes or other chronic illness • Appropriate swim attire is required. (i.e. no thong, cut-off • Have had recent surgery, or limited by any shorts/pants, see through bathing suits or any other revealing musculoskeletal problem swimwear.) The YMCA reserves the right to require a physician’s approval • Parents are not allowed on the deck during swim instruction. for participation in any activity. Children will be escorted by their instructor when entering and Membership Upgrades/Downgrades exiting the pool area. • Membership upgrades/downgrades - will be honored • Parent/guardians are required to say in the lobby/viewing area throughout a 9 week session. However refunds for classes during swim lessons. will only be honored during the first week of each session. 43 We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities
  • 45. GENERAL RuLES & POLIcIES pool rules, cont. general gym rules • Diapers are not permitted in the pool. Please use special • Please be considerate of yourself and others. swimming diapers only, which are available for purchase at • anyone under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. our Member Services Desk. Diapers must fit snuggly • No food or drink in the gym (plastic water bottles are permitted). on legs & waist. • Please wear only athletic shoes on the gym floor. • No food, gum or beverages (except plastic water bottles) are • Gymnastics equipment and Gym Closet are off-limits. allowed on the pool deck. • YMCA basketballs must be checked out from the Gym • Diving from any part of the pool is strictly prohibited. Supervisor. • The pools will close during thunder and lightning. • Please refer to our gym schedule located in the lobby for • No diaper changing on pool decks. days and times of open gym. • Users must read and follow all posted rules and must follow lifeguard and staff instructions when requested. racquetball Court • Do not use the pool if you or your child has had diarrhea in • Court is reserved in 1/2 hour time slots. Max. 1 hr. per team the previous 2 weeks. • Protective eye gear is strongly recommended for those over • Assist young children in making frequent visits to the bath- 16, and required for those under 16. room to minimize accidents. • Racquets/Balls must be signed out at the Member Services Desk. • Starting blocks are only for use in the swim lesson and com- • At least one player needs to be 16 years of age. petitive swim programs. • Court may be reserved up to 2 days in advance. • Prolonged underwater swimming or breathholding is prohibited. • Pool water is not intended for rinsing. Do not rinse children Fitness rules in the pool before, during, or after diaper changes. Do not • Please allow the YMCA values of Caring, Honesty, Respect rinse hands in the pool after a trip to the bathroom or after and Responsibility to govern conduct. changing a child’s diaper. Always wash hands correctly by • For your safety and to ensure proper use of equipment, using soap and warm water. orientations are suggested before using the Fitness Center. • Please respect and help us to keep the facility clean & in Family swim good working order. Report any needed repairs to staff. • No flotation devices will be allowed. Swim bubbles will not • Everyone must sign up at the Fitness Center Desk before be supplied, however you are welcome to bring your own. using any of the cardiovascular equipment. For your convenience, swim bubbles are sold at our Member • Dress appropriately. Proper attire includes workout Services Desk. clothes & sneakers. • Family swim is for youth and adult members. Members are • The Fitness Center is a privilege for members 16 years of welcome to bring one guest six times per year (guest fee age and older. A Teen Intro to the Fitness Center class is applies). Children 6 & under must be accompanied in the water available for ages 14-16 - see Page 37 by an adult. For children 7-11 adult may observe from the • Be careful not to interfere with another’s workout by lobby. Children over the age of 12 may swim without an adult. “jumping” in front, or “loitering” on any one machine. • Swim tests are required for deep water swimming. • Please wipe down equipment when finished. Paper towels • A parent/guardian must be in the water with non-swimming and spray are available. children. A maximum ratio of 1 adult to 2 non-swimming • Store coats, bags, etc. in the lockers and cubbies provided. children will be enforced. Children wearing bubbles are not Please secure your valuables. allowed in the deep end unless accompanied by a swimming • Return weights & bars to their proper racks, and please do adult (ratio of one adult to one child). not drop weights. • A deep water test is required for all children who want to swim • All free weight lifters are required to use a spotter when in the deep end. needed, and collars. • No balls or throwing of any objects. • Use of cell phones is prohibited in the Fitness areas. • Group exercise classes are limited in size to ensure the Family gym rules safety of participants. Kindly respect this if an Instructor • No ball playing on carpeted areas. informs you that a class is filled. • No shoes on carpet. • No basketball playing permitted during family gym time. • Equipment set up should not be altered. • Stay off equipment and mats that are against the wall. • Parents must stay with and supervise children at all times. • Rough-housing is not allowed for the safety of the younger children. • Only staff is permitted in the equipment closet. • Please respect the authority of the Gym Supervisor. • Please be considerate of yourself and others. • Kindly request equipment from your Gym Supervisor. • Please use sports equipment only for its intended purpose. We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities 44
  • 46. The Rye Y's 11,000 members logged over 200,000 visits this year. Here's how we are helping to build strong kids, strong families and strong communities: Strengthening family ties during “Healthy Community Day,” September 2009 Comprehensive teen programs Community members log over Nutrition workshops and lectures provide fitness as well as body image, 110 million steps during encourage and support self esteem and confidence America on the Move Week healthy eating habits building discussions “Food and Fun” at the Y introduces kids to healthy eating and fitness habits Healthy Lifestyles and First Steps programs support and encourage members with personalized and achievable goals Signing up for the Getting strong during “The Weight Is Over,” an 8 week Senior Health and Fitness Day weight loss challenge “Group Active” classes designed to get people moving, no matter their fitness level Activate America...Helping Members Become Healthier in Spirit, Mind and Body 45
  • 47. This is why... I'm at the Rye Y Summer camp 2009 having fun building confidence sharing smiles connecting 46
  • 48. RYE YMCA - MEMBERS ONLY MAIL-IN/dROp-Off REGISTRATION fORM (Please print clearly) NAME OF MEMbEr/PArticiPANt:_______________________________________________________ birtH DAtE:_______________________MALE__FEMALE__tYPE OF MEMbErSHiP_____________ PArENt/GUArDiAN:__________________________________________________________________ ADDrESS:_____________________________________citY_____________ZiP__________________ PHONE: DAY________________________EVE______________________cELL___________________ cLASS cHOicE #1 cHOicE #2 cHOicE #3 cHOicE #4 FEE cLASS NAME:________________________________________________________________________ cODE:______________________________________________________________________________ AND Or Or Or cLASS NAME:________________________________________________________________________ cODE:______________________________________________________________________________ AND Or Or Or cLASS NAME:________________________________________________________________________ cODE:______________________________________________________________________________ AND Or Or Or cLASS NAME:________________________________________________________________________ cODE:______________________________________________________________________________ Or Or Or ************************************************************************************** SWIM EVALUATION MUST BE INCLUdEd OR AppLICATION WILL NOT BE pROCESSEd (No evaluation needed for Baby Swim, pike I or polliwog I) A SEpARATE CHECK IS NEEdEd fOR EACH CLASS SENd fORM ANd pAYMENT TO: RYE YMCA, 21 LOCUST AVENUE, RYE, NY 10580 i give permission for the rye YMcA to charge my AMEX_____ViSA_____MAStErcArD___FOr tHE tOtAL AMOUNt OF cLASSES rEGiStErED AbOVE. AMOUNt $_________________ i would like to contribute to the annual Strong Kids campaign to help others in need enjoy our services and programs. Please add $__________to my registration charge (or include a separate check). crEDit cArD #_ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ EXP. DAtE: __________ PriNt NAME ON cArD: ____________________________________ SiGNAtUrE:__________________________________________ FOr OFFicE USE ONLY: StAFF NAME: _________________DAtE:_________________tYPE OF PAYMENt:_______________ rEcEiPt #:_______________________
  • 49. ONLINE REGISTRATION Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with our online procedure. If you have not used online registration before, we suggest you register on-line A.S.A.P. This will allow you to become familiar with classes and their online registration availability. Please check all BIRTHDATES for accuracy. If birthdate is wrong, please go to Member Services immediately to correct. • Go to www.ryeymca.org and click on the icon that reads “Register on-line for classes.” • How to Sign In (if you HAVE registered online in the past) If you have used online registration before and have a user name and password, please click “Sign into MemberLink” upper right of screen. • How to Sign In (If you HAVEN’T registered online in the past) If do not have a user name and password, please click on “Register an Account” on the upper right of screen. Members, choose either Method I or II. If you do not have your member card number handy (on ID card), don’t worry, use Method II and input email, home phone and birthdate. Non-members, who have been Program Participants, must choose Method II. If you are not a member and have not participated in a Rye Y class OR if your name doesn’t appear using Method II, then click on the “Add Me” button to proceed. REMEMBER, NOT ALL CLASSES ARE AVAILABLE FOR ON-LINE REGISTRATION How to Register for Programs Branch: “All’ or “Rye YMCA” Program Session: “Current” or “Up and Coming” Department: Choose program of choice from drop down menu Keywords: Type program name i.e. “karate,” or type in class code To proceed with your registration, choose program participant name from “Buy For” drop down menu (above blue bar on right of screen). After choosing program participant name, click on “Add to Gym Bag” on upper right of screen. When you are ready to checkout, click on “View Gym Bag” on upper right of screen. Continue with checkout as prompted. MAIL-IN REGISTRATION PROCEDURES FOR MEMBERS (OR NON-MEMBERS wHO wISH TO BECOME MEMBERS CONTIGENT UPON AVAILABILITY IN CLASS) • Mail-in, drop off or fax or email registration forms up to one month PRIoR to the following dates (Potential members must include payment for membership and complete a membership card at the Member Services Desk and attach to registration) Session III - Drop off by January 27 ; Session IV - Drop off by April 14 • All registrations become part of a lottery and will be processed starting at 9:00 a.m. on the dates above. • Fill out Registration Form, sign and return with a separate check or money order for each class, or clearly write your American Express, Visa, or MasterCard number and name where indicated on the registration form. No cash please. • Children registering for Pre-School and Youth Swim Classes must include an evaluation form from their previous class, except for Baby Swim, Pike I and Polliwog I. • Children who have not been evaluated must receive an evaluation prior to enrolling in any swim class. Please contact 967-6363, ext. 107 for an evaluation time. • A separate registration form must be completed for each participant with first, second, third and fourth choices for classes. The more choices you provide, the better chance you have of getting into a class. • If you want 2 or more children (max 3) to be placed in the same class(es) or times, please staple registrations together and attach a note with your request. We will do our best to accommodate your wishes. • Mail-In registration DoES NoT apply to After School Adventures, Kindertime, Safety Training Courses, Youth Basketball League and Swim Team. Please contact Member Services Desk for further information. • Members will be notified by phone or postcard which class the child is in or if child has been placed on an accommodation (wait) list. We will call you if a space in the class opens. If child cannot be accommodated you will receive a full refund. • If you “rolled over” from the previous session and prefer a different day or time, remember to come in on “Switch Day.” (See page 7 for description and dates of Switch Days) *We apologize, however, once registration form is submitted, we cannot make changes on your form.
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