LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA is a small-group program that helps adult cancer survivors reclaim their health and well-being following a cancer diagnosis. Through this program YMCAs are creating communities among cancer survivors and guiding them through safe physical activity, helping them build supportive relationships, and reducing stress – leading to an improved quality of life.
Session 2: June 5 – August 23
Tuesdays/Thursdays – 8:00 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.
Session 3: July 9 – September 26
Mondays/Wednesdays – 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.
Session 4: August 20 – November 8
Mondays/Thursdays – 10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.
Location: The YMCA at Schilling Farms
1185 Schilling Blvd. E, Collierville, TN 38017
Duration: 12 weeks
Cost: Free of Charge
The program consists of group exercise using cardio equipment and strength training machines, guest speakers, and more, all in a support group atmosphere. The program is open to the public and will be free of charge.
To become a part of this session participants need to be 18 years old and up. Participants with any type of cancer are welcome. They may be going through treatments or not — may even be long time cancer survivor that needs help getting back to their normal life.
Contact: Jaime Munz, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 901-850-9622
Get the personal attention, motivation, and expertise you need to achieve your health and fitness goals with the YMCA personal training. Our nationally certified YMCA personal trainers are here to serve you and help you reach your fitness goals. They have the knowledge and expertise to develop a safe and effective wellness program to best address your specific needs and interests, including strength, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility. They are hired for their passion and commitment to upholding the Y’s mission to help you reach your fullest potential.
Registration: See Wellness Center staff for personal training options and to schedule your training. Training is provided by YMCA staff trainers only with a 24–hour cancellations policy. (Members may not bring their own personal trainers).
All sessions must be used or expire one year from date of purchase.
|1 Session||5 Sessions||10 Sessions|
|30 Minutes – $25||30 Minutes – $115 ($10 Savings)||30 Minutes – $200 ($50 Savings)|
|1 Hour – $45||1 Hour – $210 ($15 Savings)||1 Hour – $400 ($50 Savings)|
|1 Session||5 Sessions||10 Sessions|
|30 Minutes – $20||30 Minutes – $90 ($10 Savings)||30 Minutes – $160 ($40 Savings)|
|1 Hour – $30||1 Hour – $135 ($15 Savings)||1 Hour – $250 ($50 Savings)|
The Youth Wellness Orientation will introduce your child to the Wellness Center and inform them on how the YMCA fits into their goals of becoming a healthier person. This will be a onetime class with both a classroom portion and a Wellness Center portion incorporated into the curriculum. Flexibility and basic nutrition are also included into the curriculum. Participants will receive a wristband at the completion of this class that will allow the 10-12 age range to use the Wellness Center and Alpha Center (excludes free weight area) under the supervision of a parent/ guardian and 13-14 age range may workout independently. Participants must be the required age at time of registration. Maximum number per class is 12 participants. There is a minimum of 4 participants in order for a class to be held.
Registration must be at least 1 business days prior to class date. All participants must wear attire appropriate for working out. Please no jeans or khaki shorts. Athletic shoes are required.
Two weeks prior to class date
Tuesdays, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Free with membership
BODYPUMP® is the original barbell class for absolutely everyone.
Instructors will show you all the moves and techniques to make your
first class safe, fun and give you strength for everyday life.
BODYPUMP gives you a total body workout that burns
calories, shapes, and tones without building bulky muscles. The
encouragement, motivation, and great music in every BODYPUMP
class will achieve the results you want and deserve!
Meet with one of our Personal Trainers to discuss your goals to become healthy. Learn the operations of the Wellness Center as well as instruction on how to use the cardio and strength training equipment with safe and proper technique. Your meeting may also include basic fitness tests as chosen by you to assess your current health level. Ask the Welcome Center about how to make your appointment.
An introduction on how to use our cardio and strength equipment with safe and proper technique. FREE for members.
Personal training can make the difference in the success of your fitness program. If you need that extra motivation and one on one attention, we are here to help. Your trainer builds an extensive health history and fitness assessment to determine your goals and then guides you through a personalized program. Prices available upon request.
Learn to play Pickleball
Pickleball is a cross between badminton and table tennis. You play with a racket and small plastic ball on a court with a low net. Rackets and balls are provided. Join our Pickleball group in the gym on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. for an introductory lesson to the game. All skill levels are welcome and no experience is necessary.
Please register at the Welcome Center in advance.
Special Needs Athletic and Aquatics Program or SNAAP offers a free safe environment for children and adults with special needs to get involved in activities that include obstacle courses, stretching, pool games, and much more. Because of much community support and volunteers, S.N.A.A.P. is free of charge to all participants.
Open to anyone in the community with a child who has special needs. Limited to 10 children per class. After the class is filled there will be a waiting list taken and families will be called as openings become available. Volunteer ratio is usually 1 to every 2 children. Parents are encouraged to watch as the children participate in the class. The classes are lead by trained staff and volunteers. Class will not be held on Fridays when schools are closed, severe weather, or holidays.
Water Based (September 1 – December 15)
45 Minutes of water exercise/play by staff and volunteers. No cotton shirts.
Land Based (January 12 – April 27)
5 minutes of guided stretching, 20 minutes of obstacle course, 15 – 20 minutes of games (parachute, relay races, Simon says, limbo, basketball, etc.), 5 minutes of cool down
Alpha Center (September 1 – December 15 & January 12 – April 27)
Children participate in strength training activities in our Alpha Center both semesters. Cardio machines- treadmill, elliptical, recombinant bike, upright bike. Strength machines- lower body rotation, upper body rotation
Open to anyone in the community with special needs. We are limited to 10 participants for the class. This hour long class is an aerobic style class with varying classes such as dance, strength training, and cardio. Classes are held in the Aerobic Room. After the class is filled there will be a waiting list taken and families will be called as openings become available. The classes are led by trained staff and volunteers.
Dates: August 16th – December 20th
For more information on getting involved contact Amber Keel email@example.com
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