KEEPING HEALTHY AT HOME
The Y is continuing to develop creative ways to support your health and well-being while you are at home. We want you to stay healthy, active and engaged during this time, which is why we have made a number of tools available online. We will regularly update these resources to provide you with a consistent way to live a healthier lifestyle.
Click on the Virtual Workouts below to view.
We realize that you are eager to get back to the Y for your overall well-being – which is why we are excited to announce “Healthy Outside,” outdoor group exercise classes led by some of your favorite instructors.
Classes begin June 11, and are modified to meet the most recent set of guidelines given to fitness centers as part of the Governor’s “Stay Safe” plan.
Looking for ways to stay fit at home? Stream workouts from home for FREE!
Regular exercise is one component of a healthy lifestyle that can help reduce stress and prevent illness. While we would love to see you at the Y, we have a variety of at-home exercise options for members during this time.
CHILD CARE & SCHOOL-AGE ACTIVITIES
Strong relationships are one of the cornerstones of health and well-being. Few relationships are as important as those between adults and children when it comes to helping kids learn, grow and thrive. Here are some great activities to keep your little one's busy while at home.
LIVING ROOM DANCE PARTY!
Let’s get up and move together! We've got 3 hours and 17 minutes of music in our Living Room Dance Party Spotify playlist to keep you and your family moving. Choreograph a dance routine, play dancing Simon Says, or sing along with these family-friendly songs.
NAVIGATING YOUR MENTAL HEALTH DURING QUARANTINE
We are proud to collaborate with be nice and Executive Director Christy Buck. Learn a few signs to watch for that could be a change in mental health, how to continue human connection during social isolation, and how we can empower ourselves and others to stay healthy.
HEALTHY AT HOME TIPS
We want you to stay healthy while you are at home. Here are some tips from our Registered Dietitian.