HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAMS
A free Personal Training program custom designed for your specific needs and goals is included with your membership. This Program is designed by our Certified Personal Trainers and as a Sherman Lake YMCA member you are entitled to two (2) free sessions each year.
Fitness Assessments are available for a fee to all members – we also offer a fee structure for those members wishing to meet with a Trainer each time they visit, to have their program supervised and custom edited as they progress.
Working out with a certified personal trainer is a great way to get into your best physical shape. Trainers build a program specialized to your goals; they offer motivation, accountability, and expertise!
A personal trainer can help you:
Improve your overall fitness
Learn new skills
Reach and maintain a healthy weight
Take charge of your health.
These and other general “fitness questions” can be directed to Tesi Klipsch, our Healthy Lifestyle Coach. Just e-mail your questions to email@example.com and we will give you some basic information to help you address your fitness concerns. Of course, as a member, you may access our trainer in-person and receive more specific answers and strategies to address your fitness questions.
Health Seekers Support Group
Want to learn how to make healthy lifestyle changes? Looking for effective tools for achieving weight loss or other wellness goals?
Join with others on a journey to greater health and well-being in Sherman Lake YMCA’s Health Seeker Support Group. During this 8-week wellness program, the group will have 30 minutes of discussion on topics such as Nutrition, Stress & Time Management and the Benefits of Exercise, followed by 30 minutes of meaningful movement with a Y instructor.
CPR, AED & First Aid Classes
$35 (Y-Members) $40 (Community)
This is a one day, two-hour course. Upon completion, participants will receive a 2-year Basic Life Support (CPR/AED) and First Aid certification through the American Safety and Health Institute, as well as a PDF copy of both student handbooks.
Sunday, January 13 (11am-1pm)