North Suburban YMCA Announces New Winter & Spring Programming
The North Suburban YMCA announced a new line-up of Winter/Spring offerings with classes beginning January 4, 2022. Registration is available online and in-person for members; nonmember registration begins on December 13.
With a wide variety of choices that promote health and wellness for all ages, many programs are offered both virtually and live at the Y, located at 2705 Techny Rd. in Northbrook.
The Y's winter offerings include an eclectic variety of programs that promote wellness and healthy living in fitness, sports, aquatics, children's programming, and artistic enrichment for all ages. The Y continues to offer its popular classes for the Special Needs community, Dance for ages 2 through adult, Visual Arts classes, youth development, and preschool to team Gymnastics.
The Y presents a complete wellness journey from free fitness consultations and assessments to unlimited group exercise classes such as yoga, Les Mills, cycling, cardio & strength, aqua fitness, and more. In addition, personal training and chronic disease prevention programs like Diabetes Prevention Programs and Enhanced Fitness for arthritis management are also available.
The 2022 Winter/Spring program highlights include:
• Healthier You Weight Loss Course & Accountability Circle
• Preschool basketball, Move & Play classes, and volleyball for elementary students
• YMCA Educational Series with a variety of speakers
• Smartlab classes in robotics & engineering like Amusement Park Tycoon, Video Game Design, and more
• New art classes for all ages and workshops for the whole family
• Specialized Mini-movers dance classes for ages 2+
• Classes & Programming designed for seniors
A membership to the North Suburban YMCA entitles participants to reduced pricing for classes and programs, priority registration, and access to the Y at all times. The Y also provides financial assistance and will never turn away anyone due to the inability to pay.
"We have so many exciting new choices to keep the whole family moving and healthy in mind, body and spirit," remarked Kathy Fielding, CEO of the North Suburban YMCA. "Our programs are designed to keep everyone in the community engaged and challenged, no matter their ages."
For more information, to view the full program guide, or to register online, visit www.nsymca.org or call 847-272-7250.
About the North Suburban YMCA
The North Suburban YMCA services Northbrook and 14 surrounding communities with programs and tools that help its residents become healthier, more connected, and confident, ensuring that everyone, regardless of age, income, or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive. The NSYMCA focuses on Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility and is a charitable organization, inclusive and welcoming to all in our community. Learn more at NSYMCA.org.