It’s Not Just Kids Stuff
Today, older adults are more health conscious than ever before. The YMCA offers seniors the opportunity to maintain a healthy lifestyle, healthy relationships, and a positive outlook on life. Active older adults live longer and have better functional conditioning. That is why the YMCA offers water exercise, yoga, walking clubs stretching and toning classes, volunteer opportunities, and social events.
Programs include group exercise classes, social events, low impact water exercise, community education, and more! AOA Class Schedule.
SilverSneakers® Fitness, Optum At Your Best, and Silver & Fit
If you are a participating health insurance benefit member, you are entitled to full use of the Y at all six Snohomish County YMCA branches.
Sometimes we need a little extra support to start working out or changing healthy habits. Our Wellness Coaches offer 45-minute sessions to discuss goals, provide support, and coaching to help you get started. This service is included with your membership, sign up for an appointment at the Welcome Center.
Working one-on-one with one of our experienced certified trainers will give you a customized workout that meets your specific needs. Strength training is powerful in reducing the signs and symptoms of numerous diseases and chronic conditions. Sign up at the Welcome Center.
Come join the Y Steppers and dance to all styles of music and dances from different cultures and eras. The Y Steppers have lots of fun, meet new friends, and benefit from exercise that promotes balance, muscle strength and coordination. The Y Steppers perform at schools, nursing homes, fairs and theater stages to name a few. This group is open to both Members and the Community. Learn more here.
Trips, Travels & Events
Enjoy both foreign and domestic travel opportunities, as well as the many day trips (e.g. whale watching, wine tasting, museums), potlucks, picnics, special event programs, educational seminars, and more! Mark your calendars for the following programs. More information coming soon.
Workshop: Memory Loss & Fall Prevention – October 15
Workshop: Taking Control of Aging – October 23
Workshop: AAA Driver Improvement Course – October 24
Event: Veterans Day/Thanksgiving Day Program – November 8
Event: A Victorian Country Christmas Festival – December 5
Event: Christmas Potluck & Program – December 6
Event: The 5th Avenue Theatre for Mrs. Doubtfire and Lombardi’s for Dinner – December 18
Connect with members of your community! We offer groups for: grief support, crafts, scrabble & boggle, and mahjong. If you would like to share your passion, volunteer to start your own group, such as hiking, photography, walking or any other passions you may have.
Save the Date
November 12 | Tuesday | Free & Open to Members
December 10 | Tuesday | Free & Open to Members