Guideto YMCA Programs

Guideto YMCA Programs

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Guide to YMCA Programs

Cypress Creek Family YMCA • • January-March 2009

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YMCA locations



Aldine - Greenspoint 832.484.9622

10960 North Fwy, Houston, TX 77037

Alief 281.495.9100

7850 Howell-Sugarland Rd.,

Houston, TX 77083






Baytown 281.427.1797

201 YMCA Dr., Baytown, TX 77521

Clay Road 713.467.9622

10655 Clay Rd., Houston, TX 77041-8755

Conroe 936.441.9622

10245 Owen Dr., Conroe, TX 77304

Outside Conroe & Houston 936.756.9345

Cossaboom 713.643.4396

7903 S. Loop E., Houston, TX 77012

Cypress Creek 281.469.1481

19915 S.H. 249, Houston, TX 77070














Downtown 713.659.8501

1600 Louisiana, Houston, TX 77002

E. Montgomery

County Extension 281.689.2655

16401 First St., Splendora, TX 77372

Edgar A. Smith 281.486.9622

14650 Hwy 3, Webster, TX 77598

Fort Bend FAMILY 281.499.9622

4433 Cartwright Rd.,

Missouri City, TX 77459

Galveston Family 409.763.4607

3920 Ave L, Galveston, TX 77550

Huntsville 936.295.8009

291 Hwy 75 N., Huntsville, TX 77320

Ymca International

Services 713.339.9015

6300 Westpark, Ste 600,

Houston, TX 77057

Katy 281.392.5055

22807 Westheimer Pkwy, Katy, TX 77494

Lake Houston 281.360.2500

2420 W. Lake Houston Pkwy,

Kingwood, TX 77339

Langham Creek 281.859.6143

16725 Longenbaugh, Houston, TX 77095

Liberty County 936.257.2888

512 North Main, Dayton, TX 77535

M.D. Anderson 713.697.0648

705 Cavalcade, Houston, TX 77009

Magnolia/TombaLL 281.356.4077

36725 FM 1774, Magnolia, TX 77355

21 N. Harris County 281.444.3550 31 Thelma Ley Anderson

17125 Ella Blvd.,

Family 281.585.3112

Houston, TX 77090

3201 S. Hwy 35, Alvin, TX 77511

22 Northeast 713.633.0530 32 Trotter Family 713.781.1061

7901 Tidwell Rd. @ N. Wayside,

Houston, TX 77028

1331 Augusta Dr.,

Houston, TX 77057

23 Northwest 713.869.3378

1234 West 34th St.,

33 Upper Kirby Ext. 713.522.9622

3015 Richmond Ave. Ste 110,

Houston, TX 77018

Houston, TX 77098

24 Perry Family 281.338.9622

1700 League City Pkwy W.,

34 Vic Coppinger

2700 YMCA Dr.,


League City, TX 77573

Pearland, TX 77581

25 San Jacinto 713.473.9441 35 Weekley Family 713.664.9622

1716 Jasmine,

Pasadena, TX 77503

7101 Stella Link Blvd,

Houston, TX 77025

26 S. Central 713.748.5405 36 Wendel D. Ley 281.458.7777

5220 Scott Street, Suite #105,

Houston, TX 77004

15055 Wallisville Rd.,

Houston, TX 77049

27 S. Montgomery County at

Shadowbend 281.367.9622

6145 Shadowbend,

The Woodlands, TX 77381



28 S. Montgomery COUNty at

Branch Crossing 281.367.9622

8100 Ashlane Way,

The Woodlands, TX 77382 39



T.W. Davis 281.341.0791

911 Thompson Hwy,

Richmond, TX 77469

Texas Medical Center

Child Care 713.747.2173

5614 H. Mark Crosswell, Jr. St.,

Houston, TX 77021


West Orem 713.726.1606

5801 W. Orem Dr.,

Houston, TX 77045

Westland 713.771.8333

10402 Fondren Rd.,

Houston, TX 77096

Camp Cullen 713.758.9275

460 Cullen Loop, Ste A,

Trinity, TX 75862

Camp Hamman

Ranch 888.749.7449

5825 FM 470, Bandera, TX 78003

41 Camp Pine Tree 281.353.6229

709 Riley-Fuzzell Rd,

Spring, TX 77373


Center Information

cypress creek family YMCA

19915 S.H. 249

Houston, TX 77070

Phone 281.469.1481

Fax 281.469.3809

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Table of Contents

Membership....................................... 4-5

Aquatics............................................ 6-7

Youth Sports.......................................8

Day Camp / Teen Camp.......................9

Infant & Toddler Programs.........10

Youth & Teen Programs........... 11-13

Adventure Guides............................14

Youth Strength training..............15

Homeschool classes.......................16

Adult wellness classes............ 17-19

Afterschool programs..................20

A Path to a healthier you!.......... 21

Group exercise classes...................22

Partners campaign..........................23

active older adults.................. 24-25

youth fitness.....................................26



Facility Hours






Child Watch Hours






Holiday Hours


New Year’s Eve - Dec 31

New Year’s Day - Jan 1

Martin Luther King Jr.

Day - Jan 19

Good Friday - April 10

Easter Sunday - April 12

















Mission Statement - Our mission is to put

Judeo-Christian principles into practice

through programs that build healthy

spirit, mind and body for all.

The YMCA is challenging people,

especially children and teens, to accept

and demonstrate positive values. The

5 core values of the YMCA of Greater

Houston are emphasized in all programs:

Respect, Responsibility, Honesty, Caring

and Faith. Through our programs and

the modeling of these values, the YMCA

continues to meet the needs of our everchanging


Financial Statement - We strive to turn

no one away due to inability to pay.




Jeff K. Peterson

Center Executive Director

Carrie Gaskamp

Associate Executive Director

Elizabeth Green

Active Older Adults

Amy McMeekin


Christina Fortunato

Child Watch

Corey Calcote

Community Programs

Karen Behrend

Health & Wellness, Informal Ed.

Milinda Grice

Health & Wellness

Stacey Morella

Marketing & Communications

Johnna Holloman

Member Services

Paula Menard

Office Director

Melanie Thompson

Outreach/Day Camp

Chris Butsch

Teens/Parent Child

Lisa Norwood

Wellness Advisor

Debbie Egger

YMCA AfterSchool Childcare

Nathan Jones

Youth Sports

Martha Strathouse

Youth Wellness

The YMCA believes that we all need

a place to belong. When you become

a member of the YMCA, you will

find programs and activities for every

member of the family. The YMCA offers

memberships to families, as well as great

membership options for individuals,

single-parent families, seniors and youth.

All options feature easy payment plans

and no contracts.

The Citywide option lets members

participate at any YMCA in the Greater

Houston Area. These memberships

include full use of the facility,

complimentary group exercise classes,

reduced fees on programs and more.

The YMCA is a membership organization

and therefore all participants must be

members. You have 2 options in your

membership to the YMCA:

Facility Membership - Designed for those

individuals or families who wish to have

full facility use. A monthly membership

is paid to the YMCA. Facility members

are also eligible for reduced fees on


Program Membership - Designed for

those who want to participate in

programs or activities but do not have

full facility use. A yearly program

membership fee of $30/family is charged

in addition to the fees of our programs

and is renewable on an annual basis.

How to Register for YMCA Programs

• Online

• Walk-in

Open Doors Scholarship Program - The

YMCA is community-based and believes

that its programs and services should be

available to everyone regardless of age,

background, ability or income. That’s

why the YMCA offers an OPEN DOORS

program, a sliding fee scale that is

designed to fit your individual financial





2009 Center Board Members

Jim Schier, Chairman

Dan Brooks

Curtis Brown

Fay Cade

Chris Collins

George Dodge

Sean Easton

Richard Hairston

Andy Katsafanas

Denise Kelm

Alan Lindsay

Dave Martin

Ken Odom

Michael Pfisterer

Robert Ramsey

Scott Starling

Bob Tyer

Jim Vossler

Honorary Board Members:

Dr. Ted Piliszek



Are you interested in signing your

child up for Summer Day Camp,

Summer Specialty Camps, or Summer

Swim Lessons? Don’t miss out on your

opportunity. Registration for summer

programs begins:

March 7 - YMCA Facility Members

March 21 - YMCA Program Members

YMCA ... building strong kids, strong

families and strong communities.

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Special Events

Healthy Kids Day:

Saturday, April 18

Join us for our 1st Annual Healthy Kids Day

5K Run and Walk. After the run, join us for

fun free festivities celebrating YMCA Healthy

Kids Day from 9am-12pm.

Guest Policy - In order to promote the

best facility to our members, we offer

limited use of the facility by guests.

YMCA Facility Members may bring one

guest per membership (one individual

or one family) at a time to utilize the

YMCA facility. Each guest is limited

to 3 trial visits per calendar year.

Guest use is limited to non-prime time

facility hours.

• Guests are required to sign a waiver

of liability and show a photo ID at

the time of facility usage.

• Guests under the age of 18 must have

a parent or legal guardian present to

sign the waiver of liability. If a parent

or guardian is not present, the

underage guest must be accompanied

by an adult YMCA member (age 18 or

over) who will assume liability by

signing for the parent.

Out-of-Town Guests - If a YMCA Facility

Member has a guest from out-of-town,

the guest may visit the YMCA with the

member for up to 7 days per calendar

year. An “out-of-town guest” is defined

as a visitor not living within the service

area of the YMCA of Greater Houston.

AWAY Members - Always Welcome At

YMCAs, or the AWAY program, is one

that gives YMCA members from outside

of the YMCA of Greater Houston service

area access to the Cypress Creek Family

YMCA facilities when they are away

from their home. AWAY Members are

allowed up to 4 weeks (30 days within

a calendar year) without being charged

a guest fee. Once their 30 days are over,

they may be asked to temporarily join

the Cypress Creek Family YMCA.




Indoor Pool Hours

Lap Swim:

Mon/Wed: 5:00am-9:00pm

Tue/Thu: 5:00am-3:30pm*,


Fri: 5:00am-8:45pm**

Sat: 7:00am-6:45pm

Sun: 12:00pm-6:45pm

Recreational Swim:

Mon/Wed: 8:00am-10:00am,


Tue/Thu: 12:30pm-3:30pm*,


Fri: 8:00am-10:00am**, 12:30pm-8:45pm

Sat: 12:00pm-6:45pm

Sun: 12:00pm-6:45pm

*Indoor Pool will be closed Tue & Thu

3:30pm-4:30pm for maintenance.

**Pool space will be shared if swim lesson

make ups are required.

Swimming Lessons

Ages 6 months and up


(Mon/Wed, 8 lessons/session)

Session 5: Jan 5-Jan 28

Session 6: Feb 2-Feb 25

Session 8: April 6-April 29


Facility Member: $55

Program Member: $80


(Tue/Thu, 8 lessons/session)

Session 5: Jan 6-Jan 29

Session 6: Feb 3-Feb 26

Session 8: April 7-April 30


Facility Member: $55

Program Member: $80


( Mon-Thu, 4 lessons/session)

Session 7a: March 2-March 5

Session 7b: March 9-March 12

Session 7c: March 16-March 19

Session 7d: March 23-March 26


Facility Member: $30

Program Member: $45


(4 lessons/session)

Session D: Jan 3-Jan 24

Session E: Feb 7-Feb 28

Session F: March 7-March 28

Session G: April 4-May 2**

No Saturday classes April 11, the day

before Easter Sunday


Facility Member: $30

Program Member: $45

All swim lessons will be held at the Cypress

Creek Family YMCA Indoor Pool. See the

Welcome Center for a complete listing of

class schedules. Registration takes place at

the Family Activity Center.



Water Exercise Classes - The Cypress

Creek Family YMCA offers over 25 water

exercise classes each week. A variety of

classes (deep and/or shallow water) and

levels available for everyone.

Come try deep water running, H20

Combo, Twinges in the Hinges or even

Aqua Stretch & Tone class and much


We also offer lap swim workout

(masters), Begin ‘n Swim, Homeschool

PE lap swim workouts, and triathlon


Stop by the Welcome Center for a complete

schedule of classes.

Porpoise Club/Swim League

Mon/Wed, 8 lessons for each session

Session 5: Jan 5-Jan 28

Session 6: Feb 2-Feb 25

Session 7: March 2-March 25

Session 8: April 6-April 29


Facility Member: $65

Program Member: $90

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PORPOISE CLUB : Fish Level or Higher:

(Ages 6-13) This class is for anyone

desiring to improve their swimming

skills. This class is intended for those

individuals who can swim at least a 200

yd Individual Medley of front crawl, back

crawl, butterfly, and breaststroke. This

class will teach stroke refinement skills

and open turns. This is for the student

who wants more conditioning and more

of a coach-driven practice.

SWIM LEAGUE: All Levels: (Ages 6-13)

This is a developmental swim league

that will be focusing on developmental

stroke mechanics, training and

introduction to competitive rules. This

league will be using dry land exercises

as well as in-water structured workouts.

Swimmers will be asked to attend at

least 2 meets per season.

For more information please contact the

aquatics department at 281.517.3741.



of over 100 years of swim instruction, the YMCA has

established the Y Water Wise water safety initiative.

This initiative has the aggressive goal of “Eliminating”

drownings through water safety education &

awareness, and by teaching swimming skills.



Youth Sports

The YMCA believes that youth sports

programs encourage and promote

healthy and strong kids, families and

communities by placing a priority

on family involvement, healthy

competition rather than rivalry, the

value of participation over winning,

team building as well as individual

development, a positive self-image and

a sense of fair play and mutual respect

for others.

Caring adult coaches and volunteers

create an asset-rich environment in

which children learn and practice the

core values of responsibility, honesty,

respect, faith and caring. Parents are

encouraged to be more than mere

spectators by contributing their time

as volunteer coaches, team parents

and officials as well as being their

kid’s greatest fan. YMCA Youth Sports

programs are a great start to a lifetime

of fitness and values.

Call our Youth Sports Hotline at

281.517.3755 for up-to-the-minute sports.

Spring Soccer - Ages: 3-13

(As of Sep 1, 2008)

Registration: Dec 8-Jan 6


Facility Member: $60

Program Member: $80

Spring Volleyball - Ages: 7-17

(As of Sep 1, 2008)

Registration: Dec 8-Jan 6


Facility Member: $55

Program Member: $75

Spring Basketball - Ages: 6-15

(As of Sep 1, 2008)

Registration: Dec 8-Jan 6


Facility Member: $65

Program Member: $85

Mid-Spring Baseball - Ages: 3-17

(As of Sep 1, 2008)

Registration: Feb 9-March 3


Facility Member: $60

Program Member: $80

Mid-Spring Dodgeball - Ages: 6-15

(As of Sep 1, 2008)

Registration: Feb 9-March 3


Facility Member: $50

Program Member: $70


summer Youth Sports registration

beginning April 27. Don’t miss out on

Summer FUN!


Day Camp/Teen Camp

Holiday Camp - Ages: 5-15

Registration Begins:

Nov 10

Facility Members

Nov 24

Program Members

Session 1: Mon, Dec 22; Tue, Dec 23;

Fri, Dec 26

Session 2: Mon, Dec 29; Tue, Dec 30;

Fri, Jan 2

Session 3: Mon, Jan 5

(Tomball & Cy Fair ISD ONLY)

Cost: Sessions 1 & 2

Facility Member: $90

Program Member: $114

Cost: Sessions 3

Facility Member: $30

Program Member: $38

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Spring Break Camp - Ages: 5-15

Session 1: March 9-March-13

(Klein ISD)

Session 2: March 16-March 20

(Cy Fair & Tomball ISD)


Facility Member: $150

Program Member: $190



Are you interested in signing your

child up for Summer Day Camp,

Summer Specialty Camps, or Summer

Swim Lessons? Don’t miss out on

your opportunity. Registration for

summer programs begins:

March 7 - Facility Members

March 21 - Program Members


Want to work at the YMCA? Join us for our Summer Job Fair Sat., March 14, 10am-12pm






Infant & Toddler Programs

Gym ’N Play - Gym ‘N Play is a program

for you and your little one, and an

experience you will never forget. Our

wonderful Gym is a great place to climb,

slide, scoot, parachute, dance, sing and

explore on our exciting play equipment.

Our classes are led by experienced

parent-child instructors and are designed

to promote the parent-child bond while

meeting other moms and dads. There

are 4 different classes to meet the needs

of every age and developmental level.

Ages: 6-36 months

8-Week Winter Session: Jan 8-Feb 28

11-Week Spring Session: March 5-May

23 (no classes March 19, 20, 21, April


Stop by and pick up a complete schedule of

classes and fees.

YMCA healthy kids

Our AfterSchool programs are offered in

partnership with area school districts,

offering quality care after school in more than

250 locations.

Storytime/Tumble - Come join the

adventure where the theme of the day

comes from the storybook we read. Lots

of interactive skills with parent & child.

Take a trip to the zoo, tumble through

the Wild West, or roll into outer space ...

and much more.

Ages: 2-4

8-Week Winter Session: Jan 5-Feb 23

11-Week Spring Session: March 2-May

23 (no classes March 16-21, April 10-11)

Registration and classes are held in the

Family Activity Center. Stop by and pick up a

complete schedule of classes and fees.

Birthday Parties - Need a cool place to

have your Birthday Party? Why not have

it at the YMCA. We offer a variety of

birthday party options for individuals

of all ages. Princess-Ballet, Diva,

Gymnastics, Cheer, Kid ‘N Play parties

and much more. Art/Music parties

available for an additional cost per child

(limited dates). Great interactive parties

for kids turning 1 through pre-teens.

Cost: $140 (15 kids)

Call Lee-Ann @281.517.3728 or stop by the

Family Activity Center to reserve your party

date today.



Youth & Teen Programs

Dance - (Ages 2-adult) Come join us

in our NEW, state-of-the-art dance

studio (with parent viewing area),

located in the NEW Youth Center. Our

philosophy is to provide children with

the fundamental techniques of dance,

while creating a fun and nurturing

environment. Each child is able to

experience success, gain self-confidence

and most important ... have fun! Ballet,

Tap, Jazz & Hip Hop classes available.

Spring Semester Begins: Jan 5

Spring Semester Ends: With our dance

recital in May

Registration Deadline: Feb 1

Registration available in the New Youth

Center or in the Family Activity Center.

Stop by the YMCA and pick up a complete

schedule of classes and fees or go online to

Gymnastics - (Ages 2 & up) Gymnastics

encourages kids to try new things. It

builds strength, flexibility, coordination

and balance. This is a noncompetitive

program that incorporates group warmups

with small group instruction on all

Olympic events: beam, bars, vault and

springboard, and tumbling as well as

some other fun equipment (rock wall,

rings, ropes, etc.)

Students are taught progressions and

will be evaluated for advancement. Our

classes include fun-filled themes and

holiday celebrations.

8-Week Winter Session:

Jan 5-Feb 28

11-Week Spring Session:

March 2-May 23

Registration and classes are held in the

Family Activity Center. Stop by and pick up a

complete schedule of classes and fees.

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NEW! Pop Stars - (Ages 8 & up) This is

our newest performing arts class with

a taste of musical theatre. Come learn

how to train your voice to sing popular

top 40 pop music. Hip Hop dance and

routines will be taught in progression.

Students will get the opportunity to

perform at our Spring Recital in May.

Days / Times: Mondays, 6:45-7:45 pm

Session Dates: Jan 5-May 16

Classes will be held in the new Youth Center.

Cheer-Nastics - (Ages 5 & up) This NEW

Cheerleading program will cover many

aspects of cheer, tumble, gymnastics

and dance. Our classes will introduce

beginners to the sport of cheerleading

and teach basic cheers, jumps,

gymnastics, dance, and tumbling moves

in a noncompetitive environment.

Additional fee required for cheer

uniform and recital. Our spring 2009

session starts the week of Jan 5, and will

culminate with our spring recital in May.

The spring session also includes hands-on

cheer experience cheering at two YMCA

events on Saturday mornings.

Registration and classes are held in the

Family Activity Center. Stop by and pick up a

complete schedule of Cheer classes and fees.



Youth & Teen Programs

NEW! Creative Art - (Ages 3-10) Come

join the fun in our newest program as

we explore the Picasso in your special

someone. Students will follow a theme,

work their fine motor skills, and expand

their listening skills, work in groups

and experiment with crafts, murals,

sculpting, painting, clay, chalk and much

more! 3-year-old students will require

parent participation in class.

8-Week Winter Session:

Jan 5-Feb 28

11-Week Spring Session:

March 2-May 23

Registration and classes are held in the

Family Activity Center. Stop by and pick up a

complete schedule of classes and fees.

Racquetball for Kids - (Ages 9 & up) Kids,

don’t miss this opportunity to play this

really cool game. You will learn basic

rules, shot selection, technique and

much more. Monthly clinics are held on

Saturdays 12:00pm-1:00pm. Instructor

provides racquet and ball, if you don’t

have your own. Safety goggles are

required for participation in class; please

purchase before the first class. Limit 4

per session.

Kids Yoga - (Ages 7-13) Yoga is for kids,

too! Children will learn how to build

strength, flexibility and mind focus.

Beginning poses are introduced in a fun,

creative environment.

Class Day/Time: Saturdays,


Winter Session:

Jan 10-Feb 28

Spring Session:

March 7-May 2 (no class April 10)

Facility Member: $35/session

Program Member: $75/session

Registration and classes will be held in the

main building.

Tae Kwon Do - Learn how to develop

physical and mental strength. Taught by

Karl S. Baltz, Sr., 3rd-degree Black Belt,

and our staff of black belt instructors.

Ages: 7 & up/Families welcome

Registration/Sessions: Monthly

Location: Main Building

Fee associated with this program.

Developmental Tae Kwon Do - (Ages

4-6) This 40-minute class teaches the

fundamentals and techniques in a

fun, noncompetitive environment. All

students will be at the white belt level

and will progress to our belt testing

system when they turn 7.

Sessions: Run quarterly and start Jan 3,

April 1, July 1 and Oct 1

Classes: Meet once a week on various

days and times.

Babysitting Class - (Ages 11-15)

Class Days/Times: Friday, Jan 30 or

Friday, March 6, 5:00pm-9:00pm

Cost: $25 ($5 nonrefundable fee to the

YMCA when you sign up and reserve

your spot in class, and $20 payable to

Cypress Creek EMS at the time of the


Location: Family Activity Center

Fee includes pizza for a meal break. Space is

limited to 20.

NEW! Y-MUSIC - (Ages 2-10) This

45-minute class will introduce kids to the

world of creative movement and music.

This class combines various movement

activities with singing and the use of

some great musical instruments.

8-Week Winter Session:

Jan 5-Feb 28

11-Week Spring Session:

March 2-May 23

Registration and classes are held in the

Family Activity Center. Stop by and pick up

a complete Y-Music schedule of classes and



NEW! Baton Twirling - (Ages 6 & up)

Basic baton twirling techniques will be

taught with drill team style routines and

marching techniques. Great hand-eye

coordination and confidence builder.

Winter Session: Jan 5-Feb 28

Spring Session: March 2-May 23

Registration and classes are held at the

Family Activity Center. Stop by and pick up

our gymnastics schedule for a list of Baton

Twirling classes.

NEW! Fit Kids Club - (Ages 5-13)

This program gets kids MOVING

and MOTIVATED! This cutting-edge

Fitness Center is for “Generation G”

(gamers), and comes with some of the

most sought after, technology driven,

interactive fitness equipment that gets

kids “hooked” on exercise through the

utilization of gaming and scoring!

Kids not only receive individualized

attention from a certified YMCA Fit

Kid’s coach, they are given constant

motivation and general health lessons

to help them lead a healthier lifestyle.

Program includes: interactive cardio

equipment, balance equipment, strength

training equipment specially designed

with the needs of this age group in

mind. Orientations are required for

participation in the Fit Kids Club. The

most important factor is FUN!

Classes are included with a full family

membership; parents must check kids in

and out.

Fit Kids Club Hours (Ages 8-12)

Jan 5-June 6, Monday-Thursday

4:30pm-7:30 pm, Saturday 9:30am-11:00


Little Kids Club (Ages 5-7)

Jan 5-June 6, Tuesday & Thursday,

5:30 pm.

Join the Club Orientations: All kids must

go through a 1-hour orientation.

See the Welcome Center or the New Youth

Activity Center building for more information

on class times and days or call Martha at



Youth & Teen Programs

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NEW! Micro Tennis - (Ages 6-11) Micro

Tennis is a recreational program for

youth who are nontournament players

or who have never played tennis before.

It is a form of singles play, but without

traditional serving and scoring.

Teams of 3 players are grouped

according to ability level and age.

Instruction and matches will be played

on short courts at the YMCA’s NEW

Youth Center. With the guidance of

certified USPTA tennis pro Christie Borne

and staff, your child will learn basic

ground strokes and test their skills!

Registration and classes will take place in

the New Youth Activity Center. For more

information call Martha at 281.517.3739 or

Karen at 281.517.3734.

Kids Night Out - Here’s a great

opportunity for the kids to have a fun

night at the YMCA while the parents

have a fun night out.

The 3rd Saturday of every month from


(Ages 3-9, child must be potty-trained),

Participate in our Kids Night Out while

youth ages 10-15 can participate in

SNAC Saturday Night At the Creek. All

participants will get the opportunity to

participate in FUN-themed events and



Facility Member: $20, $10 each

additional child

Program Member: $30, $15 each

additional child

For more information, contact Melanie at

281.517.3713 or Christina at 281.517.3719.



Adventure Guides

Shouldn’t their

include you?

Adventure Guides

program is designed to assist the

parent and child on a journey of

discovery through fun activities.

Parent-Child/Adventure Guides - The

YMCA Adventure Guides program

assists the parent and child on a journey

of discovery. While activities with the

whole family are important, we see

tremendous value in supporting and

strengthening the ability of a father

and his child to communicate at an early

age in ways that are caring, honest,

respectful and responsible.

The Adventure Guide Program does not

have to be for just one parent and child,

but may include the entire family. Typical

activities that the Adventure Guides

take part in include games, crafts, songs,

stories, skits and outdoor pursuits, such

as camping, hiking and swimming. The

program is for school-age children.

Program Components

Father/Son or Father/Daughter pairs are

formed into groups (known as Circles),

based on school and/or neighborhood

proximity. Each Circle selects officers

and proceeds with a year of funfilled

experiences with guidance and

assistance from monthly leadership

meetings held by the YMCA Parent

Child Program Director (known as the


Circles meet 1-2 nights a month for hourlong

meetings, on nights convenient for

Dads of the Circle. Meetings are typically

rotated between members’ houses and

include various projects and activities.

Monthly Expeditions, such as camping

trips, dances and Pinewood Derby races,

that include all program participants, are

organized through the YMCA.

Registration: Going on NOW!

Facility Member, New: $55

Program Member, New: $75

Facility Member, Returning: $50

Program Member, Returning: $70

For more information on the Adventure

Guides program, contact Chris at



Youth Strength Training

Older Youth Strength Training - Level 1

(Ages 12-15) Class takes youth through

the proper etiquette, training technique,

and safety in the weight room and

cardio room, and teaches basic exercise

principles, fitness terms, muscle groups,

flexibility and much more.

A study guide/packet will be given

to each participant and a test will be

administered at the end of the 1.5-hour

course to insure that participants grasp

the concept of the responsibility that

comes with working out in our Wellness


Class Days/Times:

Mondays 5:30pm-7:00 pm or

Thursdays 4:30pm-6:00pm,

or Saturdays 10:00am-11:30 am.

Location: Registration and classes are

held in the Main Building.

Cost: Members only, $5 nonrefundable

registration fee to hold your spot in


Older Youth Strength Training - Level 2

(Ages 14-16) For those that have been

through and passed Older Youth

Strength Training -Level 1, and are ready

to move into more advanced training

techniques and free weights.

Class Day/Time: Meets once, on the 4th

Friday of each month, 5:30pm-7:15pm

Location: Registration and classes are

held in the Main Building.

Cost: Members only, $5 nonrefundable

registration fee to hold your spot in


where values are always in play.

Off Campus PE - (Grades 6-12, minimum

age 12) For those looking to earn their

Public School PE credits through the

YMCA Off-Campus Physical Education

program. Students simply sign up at

the Welcome Center and go through

an orientation with a PE Coach, which

includes fitness assessment, course

outline, and fitness program/schedule

and log-in procedures.

Must meet with their coach 3 times each

semester and participate/work out in

physical fitness activities a minimum of

5 hours per week (which will be logged

into our FitLinxx® system) to earn their

PE grade for the semester. Please sign

up for the spring semester 2009 to start

earning your spring semester PE credit


For more information or registration

and fees please call Sue Denning @





Homeschool Classes

Home School PE Lap Swim Workouts

(Ages 8-15) For home school kids who

love to swim and can swim 100 meters

continuously. Improve stroke technique

as well as get a great cardiovascular

exercise workout.

Session: Jan 13-April 30

Class Days/Times: Tuesday & Thursday,


Location: Indoor pool

Cost: Members only, $65

Registration and classes are held in the main


Home School PE Class - (Ages 5+)

Curriculum is guided by our philosophy

of everyone plays and everyone

wins. Activities/units include: indoor

(volleyball, basketball, our new microtennis)

and outdoor (soccer, baseball,

kickball) ball sports, challenge course,

fitness circuits, run club, games, relays,

jump rope, floor hockey, fun and fitness

(a taste of our group exercise classes

geared for kids), presidential fitness, and

water activities, just to name a few.

Spring Session: Jan 13-May 14

Class Days/Times: Tuesday & Thursday,

12:45pm-2:00pm (ages 5-8) and

2:15pm-3:30pm (ages 9-15)

Cost for spring session: $150 full

members and $250 program members.

Registration and classes take place at the

new Youth Center, where the instructor will

meet the kids before class. (No class March

17 & 19).

Home School PE Gymnastics - (Ages 5-9)

This class teaches the fundamentals

of gymnastics in a safe, nurturing and

fun atmosphere. Students will train

on beam, bars, vault, springboard,

trampoline, tumble and conditioning.

Gymnastics is great for developing

coordination, core strength, flexibility

and self-esteem!

12 Week Spring Session:

Feb 2-May 4 (no class March 16)


Monday 1:00pm-1:45pm (ages 5-7) or

1:45pm-2:30pm (ages 7-9)

Homeschool Micro-Tennis - (Ages 6-11)

Join our 8-week Micro Tennis class and

put some variety in your PE program.

Session I: Jan 14-March 4

Session II: March 25-May 13

Day/Time: Class meets once a week on

Wednesdays 12:30pm-1:45pm (ages 6-8),

Wednesdays 2:00pm-3:15pm (ages 8-11).

Sign up for Micro Tennis at the Family

Activity or at the Youth Activity Center. For

more Information Call Martha @

281.517.3739 or Karen @ 281.517.3734.


Adult Wellness

where values are always in play.


BodyGem® Metabolism Testing - Use

your metabolic measurement as

your new scale for weight loss. The

BodyGem® metabolism measurement

device by Healthe Tech is a handheld

portable device that measures

oxygen consumption to determine

an individual’s unique Metabolic


Metabolism accounts for as much as 75

percent of the calories an individual

burns every day, which is critical

information for personalizing any

health and wellness plan. The Cypress

Creek Family YMCA offers BodyGem®

metabolic measurements that will help

take out the guesswork, and establish an

accurate caloric budget tailored for you

so that you can successfully achieve your


See the Welcome Center for more details or

contact Sarah, our nutritionist, at sarahw@ or 281.517.3714.

Measurements offered for an additional fee.


Massage & Facials - Looking to relieve

stress and relax? Do you need to relieve

muscle tension and stiffness? Take

advantage of our massage therapy

program. Services are offered in

relaxation massage and deep tissue

massage. Women, take advantage of

our many facial techniques offered.

Set up your appointment today. See

the Welcome Center or stop by the

Women’s Center for more information

and to set up your appointment, or call


Women’s Fitness Center - The Women’s

Center has it all ... friendship, fellowship,

fitness and fun! A 37-minute circuit

workout where you’re always among

friends and expert guidance from your

helpful Women’s Center attendants.

We offer a nonintimidating workout

environment with caring staff to help

you on your way. Sign up for your free

orientation today or just stop by for a

quick cardio workout on highly selected

machines or a cup of tea or ice water.

For more information please call Milinda

at 281.517.3718 or call the Women’s

Center at 281.517.3714.


Adult Wellness

Personal Training - This will provide you

with a physiologically and scientifically

sound fitness program that is specifically

tailored to meet your needs now and as

you progress. We believe that everyone

can achieve their healthy lifestyle goals

through individualized programs that

will fit into your busy schedule. Our

philosophy is to educate and help each

individual to achieve their desired results

and maintain those results for a lifetime.

A typical personal training program


• Full fitness and postural assessment to establish your

baseline fitness level and set goals from that point

• Exercise prescription specific to your personal needs

• Motivational feedback and expert supervision as an

integral part of each training session

• Keeping you focused and on track so that you will

accomplish your personal fitness goals

Depending on the needs of each

member, our personal trainers are skilled

in improving cardiovascular fitness,

muscular fitness, athletic performance,

postural strengthening and weight

management. All trainers are certified

in CPR/AED/02 and 1st Aid and have at

least one or more national certifications.

See the Welcome Center for more

information on how to get started or

call Martha Strathouse at 281.517.3739.

Nutrition - Are you looking for a source

for nutrition information? We now

offer support for members through

our unique Nutrition Program. Sarah

Winebrenner has worked for the

State of Texas (Region IV consultant

and Aldine ISD) supplying nutrition

education to clients.

She will offer support for weight

management, healthy choices when

eating in or out, foods that are right for

you and your family, healthy recipes and/

or recipe makeovers, pantry makeovers,

as well as help you to understand

nutrition and how it relates to your


Consultation fee associated with this

program. Please email Sarah at sarahw@ or call Sarah at

281.517.3714 or see the Welcome Center

for more details.

Get Real-Get Fit - An 8-week personal

guide to real-life weight management.

This program will get you on the

right track to safely, effectively and

realistically managing your weight and

controlling your life! At the YMCA, we

believe the primary factors in real-life

weight management can be organized

into 3 key areas: self-empowerment,

activity habits and eating habits. Learn

how to develop a realistic healthy

lifestyle plan that will include all 3!

Program includes: Course materials,

book, measurements, exercise session,

small group training in all our Wellness

areas and much more!

Class meets once a week for 8 weeks.

Fee associated with this program. Please

contact Sarah at

or 281.517.3714 or stop by the Welcome

Center for more details.

Get Real-Get Fit

Session Dates Day Time

Jan 13-March 3 Tue 11:00am or 6:00pm

March 10-April 28 Tue 11:00am or 6:00pm


Adult Wellness

NEW! The Facts on Food - Join us for

some great facts and tips on proper

nutrition for women of all ages. YMCA

nutritionist, Sarah Winebrenner, will

lead the discussion and provide great

nutritional material that everyone can

understand and follow.

Class Day/Time: 3rd Tuesday of every

month from 9:30am-10:15am

Session: Begins in February

Cost: Free service for Facility Members

Location: Women’s Center

For more information, call the Milinda at


Small Group Training - Get the benefits

of personal training for a fraction of

the cost with our new “Small Group

Training” classes. Various classes will

be offered throughout the year. Each

course will be 6 sessions.

Small Group Training Sessions:

Women on Weights I - Learn the basics,

take the fear out of the weight room!

This class teaches proper use of all free

weights & pin-select machines, safe

overload, muscle balance, training

techniques, and fun with other

members. All levels, limit 4.

Women on Weights II - Progress

from Women on Weights I and learn

more advanced exercises and training

techniques. Limit 4.

Total Workout 30-30 - Learn to get a

complete cardio and strength workout

in 1 hour or less! Limit 4.

For more information on dates and times

or to register, stop by the Welcome Center

or call Lisa at 281.517.3705. Small fee


where values are always in play.

Fitness / Wellness Assessment - Have

you always wanted to know your basic

fitness measurements? Take advantage

of this member service benefit and get

a baseline measurement of your current

fitness level.

Measurement options include:

• Resting Heart Rate

• Blood Pressure

• Height/Weight

• Body Composition

• Aerobic Fitness Level

• Muscular Endurance

• Flexibility

• Strength

• Basic Body Measurement

• Postural Assessment

Call Martha at 281.517.3739 for an

individual assessment.

Bible Studies

Women’s Bible Study Series - Our topic

for the spring will be Beth Moore’s

Breaking Free.

Session: Feb 3-April 7

Day/Time: Tue, 6:00pm-8:00pm

Men’s Bible Study Group

Day/Time: Tue, 6:00am

For more information on Bible Studies please

contact Lee-Ann at 281.517.3728.

Resolution Solution 2009 - This 8-week

incentive program gets you “plugged in”

to all the services we offer at the YMCA.

Start your year off right by completing

our BINGO incentive card. Each time you

accomplish a square, have an instructor

or fitness staff sign the box.

Once you get a “black out,” turn it in for

a cool YMCA prize and the satisfaction

of knowing that you did an AWESOME

job and you are on the path to a fit and

healthy you! For more information call

Martha at 281.517.3739.




Afterschool Programs

YMCA AfterSchool Childcare - The

Cypress Creek Family YMCA offers YMCA

AfterSchool in 29 elementary schools in

the Cy-Fair, Klein, Waller and Tomball

ISDs. The program runs from school

dismissal until 6:30pm. Trained staff

provide a safe, fun and well-supervised


Contact Debbie at 281.517.3729 for more


Monthly: $185-$210

Days: Mon-Fri

Programs available for children


• Adams • Gleason • Moore

• Bang

• Hamilton • Reed

• Black • Hancock • Roberts Road

• Canyon • Hassler • Robison

Pointe • Holbrook • Rosehill

• Danish • Holleman • Theiss

• Decker Prairie • Lakewood • Tomball

• Emmott • Matzke • Willbern

• Farney • Millsap • Willowcreek

• Frazier • Mittelstadt • Yeager

Middle School Afterschool - YMCA

AfterSchool is also offered for middle

school children attending the following


• Beckendorf

• Northpointe Intermediate

• Tomball Intermediate

Children are picked up at school and

taken to the YMCA for games and


For more information on this program,

please contact Chris at 281.517.3720.

AfterSchool Cardio Funk & Hip-Hop

Dance - NEW! The Cypress Creek YMCA

is offering dance classes at select afterschool

sites. The 45-minute class includes

hip hop, street dance and cheer. Classes

will be held at select elementary schools

in Klein and Tomball. Times vary, and

more schools may be added as needed!

Children must be enrolled in the afterschool

program at the designated school

to participate in the dance classes. Limit

12 per class.

2, 6-week sessions (dates/times vary for

each school):

Session I: Jan 27-March 5

Session II: March 24-April 30

Cost per 6-week session:

Facility Member: $29

Program Member: $59

For more information call Karen at




A Path To A Healthier You!

The YMCA’s approach to exercise is

to focus on the wellness of the whole

person in spirit, mind and body.

Members of the YMCA enjoy fully

equipped wellness centers with cardio

and strength training equipment,

certified professional trainers and

coaches, and their choice of a wide

range of wellness programs. At the

YMCA, it’s all about choices.

We recognize that each person is

different, and we offer a variety of

choices and carefully designed programs

to fit your unique needs and goals.

All of our health & wellness programs

include an exercise support system

designed to teach new or returning

exercisers how to start and stick with

their exercise program ... we want you

to succeed! We offer 3 great programs

to choose from:

1. Wellness Advisor - Not sure what

program to choose, where to start,

where to go? We have highly trained

staff that can help you. Our Member

Service Director, Lisa Norwood, will help

you find a workout program that’s right

for you, based on your goals. With her

help you will learn how to:

• Kick the inactivity habit

• See the connection between short-term goals and

long-term physiological changes

• Commit to a manageable program that fits your


• Identify barriers both internal as well as external that

pull us away from exercise

• Shape your workout around the activities that you


This is a complimentary service that is

exclusive to our YMCA facility. Schedule your

Welcome Workout and Wellness orientation

by calling, Lisa at 281.517.3705.

where values are always in play.

2. Wellness Center Orientations - Sign up

for a FREE fitness orientation. Beginner

or advanced, there is a program and

a center that is right for you. Included

with each orientation is a one-on-one

time with a personal fitness coach who

will recommend a program that’s right

for you.

Program choices include:

YMCA Personal Fitness (YPF) - This 12-week

program is held in our fully equipped 1st Step Room

with expert guidance (4 one-on-one appointments)

from your YPF coach. Designed specifically for members

that are new to exercise, returning after a lengthy

absence or coming back from an injury or illness.

• Fitness Center Orientations - These are also

available for the following areas: Cardio Room, Circuit

Weight Training, Strength/Weight Room, Women’s

Center. Become oriented to our multiple lines of

strength training and cardiovascular equipment.

• FitLinxx® - FitLinxx® is a computerized interactive

fitness program that attaches directly to existing fitness

equipment, adding an extraordinary “intelligent”

dimension to your workout experience. FitLinxx® is

available in almost all of our Wellness Rooms. Why get

linked to FitLinxx®? It tracks progress, records the #

of sets/reps completed, records amount of weight you

are lifting, tracks proper range of motion and much

more! NEW ... ask us about our FitLinxx® Award Point


For more information, stop by the 1st Step

Room, the Cardio Center Desk or give us a

call at 281.517.3702.

3. Group Exercise Classes - Have you

heard of BodyPump®, Zumba®, Pilates,

Mat Science or Spinning® but have no

idea what they really are or what they

do? Are you unsure of which group

exercise class would be best for you?

Research shows that those involved in

group exercise have a higher exercise

retention rate than those that exercise

alone! Meet one-on-one with a group

fitness expert for a group exercise class

orientation to determine which class is

best for you based on your schedule,

time, class preference and goals.

Call Lynn at 281.517.3747 to set up your

complimentary appointment.



Group Exercise Classes

Our highly qualified instructors will offer

their expertise to you in 3 fully equipped

group exercise rooms. We offer the latest

classes for individuals, every fitness level

or skill level.

With over 150 free classes a week to

choose from, we guarantee to have a

class just for you! Try a Group Fitness

class today: Pilates Reformer, Step,

Spinning®, Water Exercise, BOSU®,

Lo-impact, Kickboxing, BodyPump®,

BodyCombat®, ZUMBA®, Yoga, Tai

Chi, Mat classes, Athletic classes, Muscle

Conditioning classes, Abs, Powersculpt,

and much more.

The Cypress Creek Family YMCA also

offers over 30 unique SPECIALTY

EXERCISE CLASSES and clinics for those

new to exercise as well as classes for the

fitness enthusiast looking to take their

program to the next level.

Stop by the Welcome Center Desk for

a complete listing of classes. For more

information contact Karen at 281.517.3734.

Specialty Classes - The Cypress Creek

YMCA offers a variety of unique


for those new to exercise or new to

class, as well as classes for the seasoned

fitness enthusiast looking to take his or

her program to the next level.

Try One of Our Specialty Classes:

• Begin ‘N Spin

• Spinning ® 8 Week Weight Loss Program

• Heart Rate Monitor Lecture

• Spinning®) Classes

• MS 150 Training Group

• Lap Swim Workouts

• Begin ‘N Swim

• Triathlon Club

• Racquetball Clinics and Lessons

• Self-Defense Clinic

• Boxing Clinics

• Beginner Tai Chi & Yoga Clinics

• Healthy Back

• Beginner Running Club

• Adult Classic Dance

• NY City Ballet Workout

• Friday Night Dance Classes

• Belly Dancing

• Fit For Two

• Bodypump® and Bodycombat® Technique Clinics

• Pilates Reformer Classes

• Beginner Pilates Reformer Clinics

• NEW! Posture & Pilates for Seniors

• NEW! Core Strength & Stability

• Private Specialty Class Lesson and Much More!

Stop by the Welcome Center for a complete

listing of classes. For more information

contact Karen at 281.517.3734.


Partners Campaign

Our commitment to living our charitable

mission each and every day keeps us

strong and focused. Although grounded

in our historical values, the YMCA

continues to search for and collaborate

on new solutions to our communities’

changing needs.

The YMCA remains committed to

bringing our board and staff members,

friends, facility members and donors

closer to our mission in all we do.

Advancements in new programs and

innovative solutions often come thanks

to special donors of the YMCA. Many

scholarships and program subsidies

are a result of the essential support of

individual donors, corporate entities and


where values are always in play.

YMCA Partners Campaign - With your

support, the YMCA’s annual support

effort, the Partners Campaign, ensures

that the YMCA is there for those who

need us most.

By supporting the Partners Campaign,

you ensure that everyone regardless

of their circumstances or ability to pay

can benefit from the YMCA’s valuescentered

programs. Contributions to the

Partners Campaign fund such important

initiatives as child care, camping, teen

and leadership programs, community

services, older adult programming, youth

sports and aquatics.

What’s more, dollars raised and

designated to a particular Center stay at

that location to meet that community’s

most pressing needs. When you give to

the YMCA Partners Campaign, you’re

making an investment in the future of

Houston’s children.

Through our Open Doors Program,

the YMCA strives to turn no one away

due to inability to pay. Each gift makes

a difference that can literally calm a

weary spirit, grow stronger minds, build

a healthier body, and instill a sense of


All yearlong, the dollars raised from the

Campaign help children and families

participate in values-based programs.

Now more than ever, children and

families need the YMCA’s innovative

programs and services. Won’t you

join our efforts to build strong kids,

strong families and strong communities

through your own Partners gift to keep

the YMCA available for all?

For more information, please call Carrie

Gaskamp at 281.517.3721.




Active Older Adults

We know that older adults are seeking

more than physical benefits when they

begin exercising. They also want a sense

of community and have a desire to

strengthen social ties.

The YMCA has developed several

activities to encourage and motivate

older adults to take action and get

involved. YMCA programs for older

adults strengthen the whole person.

Socializing and volunteering have

positive effects on the health of older

adults, and exercise promotes mental

agility, longevity and good health. With

that in mind, the YMCA offers fitness

programs for older adults such as water

exercise, yoga and tai chi, group exercise

classes and more.

Make new friends at the YMCA as you

join a book club or bridge club, or

attend a luncheon.

Contact Elizabeth Green, Active Older Adult

Coordinator (,

at 281. 517.3746.

Monthly Pot Luck Luncheons - On the

third Wednesday of every month, join us

for some food, fun and fellowship. The

YMCA will provide plates, utensils and

drinks. Participants bring a covered dish

to share. After each luncheon, an activity

is planned. In the spring, we will have a

BBQ cookout and an ice cream social.

Monthly Trips - Once a month the active

older adult group goes on day trips to

various places throughout the Houston

area. Places they have been in the past

include Moody Gardens, Hobby Center,

Bayou Wildlife Park, various museums

and festivals.

Transportation is provided by Harris

County Precinct 4. Precinct 4 rules state

“all individuals on the bus must be at

least 50 years of age.” All trips are an

additional cost and need to be prepaid

at the Welcome Center Desk.

Social Opportunities - Are you interested

in reading books, playing games or

playing bridge. The YMCA Book Club

meets the 2nd Monday of every month

and reviews a book chosen by the group

and the local Harris County public library

provides the books.

The YMCA Bridge Club meets every

other Tuesday afternoon. Game Day

takes place every Monday afternoon for

a variety of board games, card games

and puzzles. Ladies may become a

member of the Red Hat Society.

See the Welcome Center for more

information on dates and times.

Specialty AOA Classes

• AARP Safe Driving Course - Jan 24-25. This is

open to all ages. An eight-hour course spread over two

consecutive days.

• Beginner conversational foreign language

class(es) are offered throughout the year

• Computer classes are offered in conjunction with

the Barbara Bush Library.

• For various holidays, intergenerational craft

classes are held involving the YMCA’s older adult

members and youth.

• Pickle ball - Classes will be forming in the spring.

• Annual Pet Parade and Senior Prom

• Bake Sale - benefits the Partners Campaign. Will be

held on Feb 23.

There are numerous volunteer opportunities

for those who wish to share their time

and talents. See the Welcome Center for

information on dates, times and costs for all

AOA specialty classes.


Active Older Adults

Seniorcize - Our most popular AOA class.

An overall workout at a comfortable

pace. In addition to cardiovascular

conditioning and toning, special

emphasis is placed on balance, joint

range of motion and flexibility. Held in

Gym 1, 2 & 3.





where values are always in play.


Senior Shape Up - This very popular class

adds more muscle conditioning and core

strength with handheld weights. Held in

Gym 2 & 3.





Twinges in the Hinges - This gentle water

exercise class focuses on joint mobility

and range of motion. 15 minutes of

water walking follows. Held in the

Indoor Pool.






Twinges 2 - This class introduces deep

and shallow water exercise. The focus

is to develop endurance and improve

activities of daily living. Target groups

are those over 60 and still independent.

A fun, welcoming, water exercise class

for all. Indoor Pool.





Silver Sneakers® 1 - Have fun and

move to the music through a variety of

exercises designed to increase muscular

strength, range of movement, and

activity for daily living skills. Handheld

weights, elastic tubing with handles, and

a ball are offered for resistance, and a

chair is used for seated and/or standing

support. Held in Gym 2 & 3.





ZUMBA® Gold - This Zumba class is

designed for the Active Older Adult

or the true beginner (deconditioned)

participant. Includes gentle, low impact

cardiovascular moves to inspiring Latin

dance music. Zumba Chair workout/

toning included. Held in Gym 2 & 3.





Senior “Yo-Chi” - Gentle yoga poses and

beginner Tai Chi movement will help you

enjoy these proven activities that have

been around for centuries. Held in Room

C upstairs.





NEW! Pickle Ball - The hottest Senior

Game in town! What do you get when

you combine badminton, tennis and

ping-pong? Pickle ball! The net court

game is played on an indoor/gym short

court with short wooden paddles and

a plastic whiffle ball. It places emphasis

on coordination, control, patience and

strategy rather than speed and strength!

For all fitness levels.

See the Welcome Center for class times.

You’re never too old to try a new game!


Youth Fitness

NEW! Family Fun Nights - Come

experience a fun night out WITH your

family. These once-a-month “themed”

activities will have you laughing,

exercising and bonding with your kids!

Activities include anything from movie

night, games (some active, some not!),

exercise, karaoke, sock-hop, Western

night, holiday celebrations and more.

For more information Contact Martha at


NEW! T.E.A.M. Family Fit Program

Embark on the T.E.A.M. Family Fit

program – an 8-week program that

will provide you and your family with

the tools, information, coaching and

motivation for a lifetime of healthy


Each week, your family will “set” and

“celebrate” realistic fitness and nutrition

goals, learning to overcome obstacles

along the way. You will become stronger

individuals as well as a stronger family

because ... Together Everyone Achieves


Days/Times: Monday and Thursday,

6:30 pm

Session 1: Jan 19-March 12

Session 2: March 23-May 14

Cost: $12 per family!

For more information call Martha at


Mother-Daughter Day - Join us as we

celebrate Mother’s Day weekend with

our 2nd annual “Mother-Daughter

Day” on Saturday, May 9 from 1:00pm

to 4:00pm. This will be a very special

journey with you and your daughter

(ages 9-14).

We all want to spend quality time with

our daughters and want them to grow

up strong and healthy in mind and body,

faith and fitness, so here’s your chance

to pass along “Mother’s Wisdom”!

Spend 3 hours of “just you and me”

time exercising, relaxing, learning some

nutrition tips and praying for each other.

You will experience the following

sessions: “Mother-Daughter Pilates”

class, “Cardio can be Fun” session,

Healthy Diet and Nutrition session with

food-prep demo and healthy snacks to

keep our energy levels up, Top-Ten List

of things you and your daughter can

do together every day to deepen your

life-long bond. Join us for a feel-good,

healthy, memorable day that only you

and your daughter will share!

Cost: $20 per family

Registration: Starts April 6, space is


For more information call Martha at


Coming soon ... ”Girl Power Series”.


There are three keys to creating your healthy

family home: play every day, eat healthy and

make family time. It’s easy (and fun!) to develop

healthy habits in all three of these areas.

Play Every Day

Physical activity helps maintain healthy weight. It lowers the

risk of serious health problems, such as heart disease, cancer,

diabetes and many others.

Eat Healthy

Consume more of the better choices and less of the not-so-good

ones. Make and eat healthy foods together to strengthen family

relationships, both short and long term.

Family Time

Day-to-day windows of time spent together are

building blocks for communication and support

through life’s ups and downs. Family time is one

of the best possible investments you can make in

your child’s healthy development.

YMCA Camping

Play games, create arts and crafts, explore science and

technology, swim, participate in field trips, appreciate

nature and discover and value our many cultures.

Both day and overnight

camps available.


Non-Profit Org.

U.S. Postage


Phoenix, AZ

Permit No. 237

of the Greater Houston Area

P.O. Box 3007

Houston, Texas 77253-3007




One free one-day guest pass

expires 03.31.09

For additional information

Call 713.659.5566

or visit

Call your local Y for center restrictions.

Must be 18 years of age, or accompanied by an adult during facility use. Must show a picture ID.

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YMCA Mission: To put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy

spirit, mind and body for all. The YMCA strives to turn no one away due to inability to pay.

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