Campbell County YMCA
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Campbell County YMCA
1437 S. Ft. Thomas Ave
Ft. Thomas, KY 41075

 

 

 

Phone
P. 859.781.1814
F. 859.572.3063
Hot Line. 513.362.2899
Director: Dana Ensley
Directions: Map

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5 a.m. - 10 p.m.
7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Business Hours
Monday - Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Closed
Open 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Open 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Holiday Hours
Easter
Memorial Day
Fourth of July
8 a.m. - 2 p.m., 5 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Child Watch Hours
Mon-Thurs
Friday
Saturday
5 a.m. - 9:45 p.m.
7 a.m. - 5:45 p.m.
Noon - 5:45 p.m.
Indoor Pool Hours
Monday - Friday
Saturday
Sunday


The Y is for everyone. Our programs, services and initiatives empower people to be healthier in spirit, mind and body, prepare people for employment, welcome and embrace newcomers and help foster a nationwide service ethic. And that's just the beginning!

The Y’s many different programs let you try new things, develop skills, meet new people, and show what you are capable of!  All of our programs will help you achieve and maintain health in spirit, mind, and body.


 

Race results are in from the 2015 Frostbite Run! Click here to view them.

 

  • Click here for the Campbell County YMCA January - April 2015 Activities Guide

  • Click here to download the registration form for programs

 


 

In order to keep everyone as safe as possible, the following is the Y policy for youth swimmers 16 years of age or under:

  • Youth 16 years of age and under must take a swim test.

  • All swimmers who pass the test will receive a wristband to wear each time they come to the pool.

  • The swimmer will only be required to take the test once but can re-test at any time.

 


 

FEES FOR ALL YOUTH SWIM LESSONS

One Day per Week for Eight Weeks
Preschool

Member: $35 per session
Program Participant: $75 per session

Progressive
Member:
$40 per session
Program Participant: $85 per session


Two Days per Week for Four Weeks
Preschool
Member:
$35 per session
Program Participant: $75 per session

Progressive
Members:
$40 per session
Program Participant: $85 per session

 

PARENT CHILD
Ages 6 months - 3 years
Eight - 30 minute class sessions

SHRIMP (6-12 MONTHS)

At 6 months of age, it is a prime time to begin water adjustment. Your child must have solid head control and be able to sit upright with support from the hands. Our goal for this class is to provide a positive parent/child experience and opportunity to build the parent/child relationship.

 

KIPPER (9-12 MONTHS)

At 9 months of age, your child should sit upright without support and stand with support from the hands. In this class, your child is beginning to learn basic water skills, such as kicking, breathing, and body control.

 

INIA (13-18 MONTHS)

At 13 months of age, your child should stand without support and walk with or without support or aid. The goal for this class is to encourage your child’s growing independence, as well as teach purposeful movements in the water with visual and verbal cues.  

 

PERCH (19-36 MONTHS)

At 19 months of age, your child should run and jump. At this stage, your child is encouraged to explore their aquatic environment and their own skills with the assistance of their parent or guardian. The goal for this level includes propelling oneself through the water and the transition to the preschool levels. 

 

ONCE PER WEEK (EIGHT WEEKS)Saturday, 10 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

 

TWICE PER WEEK (FOUR WEEKS)Tuesday/Thursday, 7 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS
Ages 3 – 5
Eight - 30 minute
class sessions

 
Pike

The beginner swimmer; children who are first being exposed to water or have a concern of getting their face wet or being submerged are best placed in this level. In these classes the instructor will work with your child to gain comfort in the water while working on basic swimming skills. 

 

ONCE PER WEEK (EIGHT WEEKS)

Saturday, 10 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Saturday, 10:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Saturday, 11 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

 

TWICE PER WEEK (FOUR WEEKS)
Tuesday/Thursday, 6 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday/Thursday, 6:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Fee: $75 per sessionYMCA Member: $35 per session

 

Eel

In this level, your child must be comfortable in the water; they will jump in the water and have no concern of getting their face wet or submerging. The instructor will work with your child to move from a vertical swim position to a horizontal swimming position. 

 

ONCE PER WEEK (EIGHT WEEKS)
Saturday, 10 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Saturday, 10:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Saturday, 11 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

 

TWICE PER WEEK (FOUR WEEKS)
Tuesday/Thursday, 6 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday/Thursday, 6:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
 

Ray

At this level, you child is able to swim independently and at least 15 feet or 5 yards, without any floatation device. In this level, we will work to improve stroke form and endurance for both front crawl and backstroke. 

 

ONCE PER WEEK (EIGHT WEEKS)
Saturday, 10:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.

 

TWICE PER WEEK (FOUR WEEKS)
Tuesday/Thursday, 6 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

 

Starfish

 

The most advanced preschool level, the Starfish is a child who can swim 75 feet or 25 yards without assistance. Your child will refine their primary strokes and begin to learn the skills for more advanced swimming strokes. 

 

ONCE PER WEEK (EIGHT WEEKS)
Saturday, 10:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.

 

TWICE PER WEEK (FOUR WEEKS)
Tuesday/Thursday, 6 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

 


 

PROGRESSIVE SWIM LESSONS
Ages 6 and up
Eight - 45 minute class sessions


Polliwog
The beginner swimmer; children who are first being exposed to water or have a concern of getting their face wet or being submerged are best placed in this level. In these classes the instructor will work with your child to gain comfort in the water while working on basic swimming skills.

ONCE PER WEEK (EIGHT WEEKS)
Saturday, 10 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

TWICE PER WEEK (FOUR WEEKS)
Tuesday/Thursday, 6 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.

 

Guppy
The advanced beginner; children who have no concern of getting their face wet or being submerged as well as can swim 75 feet or 25 yards without assistance. Your child will refine their primary strokes and begin to learn the skills for more advanced swimming strokes.

ONCE PER WEEK (EIGHT WEEKS)
Saturday, 10:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Saturday, Noon - 12:45 p.m.

 

TWICE PER WEEK (FOUR WEEKS)
Tuesday/Thursday, 6:45 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

 

Minnow

The intermediate swimmer, your child must be able to swim 50 yards on front and back without a flotation device with refined rotary breathing. We will teach your child the beginnings of sidestroke, breaststroke, and elementary backstroke as well as learn how to swim the dolphin kick. As they progress through to our Fish level, your child will be able to swim 75 yards on front and back without a flotation device with refined rotary breathing using open turns. Upon completion of the Fish level, your child will finalize their competency for sidestroke, breaststroke, and elementary backstroke as well as learn how to swim the butterfly.

  • Tuesday/Thursday at 6 p.m.

  • Saturday at noon

Fish

In this level your child must be able to swim 75 yards on front and back without a flotation device with refined rotary breathing using open turns. Your child will finalize their competency for

sidestroke, breaststroke, and elementary backstroke as well as learn how to swim the butterfly.

 

ONCE PER WEEK (EIGHT WEEKS)
Saturday, 10:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Saturday, Noon - 12:45 p.m.

 

TWICE PER WEEK (FOUR WEEKS)
Tuesday/Thursday, 6:45 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

 

Flying Fish

Your child must be able to swim front crawl and backstroke for 100 yards, elementary backstroke and side stroke 50 yards. We will finalize the butterfly as well as begin to learn junior lifeguard skills. All strokes will be refined to top performance.

ONCE PER WEEK (EIGHT WEEKS)
Saturday, Noon - 12:45 p.m.

TWICE PER WEEK (FOUR WEEKS)
Tuesday/Thursday, 6:45 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

 

Shark

At the most advanced level your child will swim all levels proficiently with an ability to use both open and flip turns. A successful 200 IM (Individual Medley) can be completed in top performance. In this final level we teach 2 retired strokes in the Trudgen Crawl and the Inverted Breaststroke.

 

ONCE PER WEEK (EIGHT WEEKS)
Saturday, Noon - 12:45 p.m.

 

TWICE PER WEEK (FOUR WEEKS)
Tuesday/Thursday, 6:45 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

 

 

OTHER AQUATIC LESSONS


Private Lessons
A personal one on one lesson with an instructor. Private lessons can be scheduled by emailing
Nicole Winkler
 or calling (859) 781-1814.


Aquatic Birthday Parties
Party includes:

  • One hour in the pool

  • One hour in the meeting room


Member Party Rate: 1-15 children $100
Non-Member Party Rate:1-15 children $125
Contact: 
Nicole Winkler

 


 

THINGS TO REMEMBER

We guarantee seven out of our eight lessons every session. If we have to cancel more than once class for any reason, a credit will be issued back to your Y account at the end of the session.

There is a holiday during a session, and we are not going to run classes, we will pro-rate the cost of that class out of the price for that session.

Lessons start on the first Monday of every month.

Lessons run for four week and eight week sessions.


Break Weeks for 2014 - no classes offered!

  • September 28 – October 4

  • December 28 - January 3, 2015

 

Members register for classes on the 10th of every month. Program participant can register for classes on the 20th of every month.

 

 

 

 


 

WATER FITNESS
 

AQUATIC ARTHRITIS

(Previously called Arthritis)Aquatic Arthritis combines 

flexibility, range-of-motion, and balance, along with strengthening and light travel for cardio vascular conditioning. This class is taught by a certified Arthritis Foundation instructor and is great for beginners and seniors.

 

SILVERSPLASH

This class utilizes shallow water moves to improve agility, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. The SilverSneakers® kickboard is used to develop strength, balance, and coordination. 

 

SHALLOW WATER VARIETY - LEVEL I

Taught in the shallow end of the pool, this very popular class is designed for the general population and offers everything from a great cardio workout to providing low-impact, muscle resistance, using a variety of exercises and equipment.

 

LAP SWIMMING

There is always a lane open for you! If you are looking for a quieter time to swim, visit the Welcome Center for suggestions or check out our pool schedules. We have morning, midday, and evening lap swim times each day of the week, and availability on the weekends.

 

SWIM TESTS

 

In order to keep everyone safe as possible, the following is the Ys policy for youth swimmers 16 of age or under:·
Youth 16 years of age and under must take a swim test.

 

· All swimmers who pass the test will receive a wristband to wear each time they come to the pool.

 

· The swimmer will only be required to take the test once but can re-test at any time.

 

LIFEGUARD COURSE

Upon completion of this course, participants will receive CPR Pro, Basic First Aid, Emergency Oxygen, and lifeguard certifications. 

Participants must be 16 years of age upon the last day of the course they are registered to complete. For more information, contact Nicole Winkler.

 

ASHI COURSE(CPR Pro, Basic First Aid, and Emergency Oxygen)
 

The ASHI course is taught as a blended class. Participants will complete an online e-Learning training prior to attending class. Class time will be spent reviewing e-Learning material, and teaching/practicing practical skills. This class serves as a pre-requisite for many YMCA jobs and classes offered. For more information, contact Nicole Winkler.

 

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

 

The Campbell/Kenton County YMCA is honored to be the exclusive School Aged Child Care provider for Kenton County and Ft. Thomas Elementary Schools. 

 

Quality child care with the Y

The SACC program is designed to meet the developmental needs of school-aged students and to support, motivate, and nurture children so that they may achieve their fullest potential all the while keeping them safe!  The program focuses on facilitating the child's sense of industry, promoting a sense of competence, creating an environment conducive to positive peer interaction, challenging children to grow in imagination, creativity, self-directed initiative and leadership, all under the guidance of nurturing and caring staff.

 

YMCA SACC Programs in Ft. Thomas Independent Schools

The Campbell County YMCA offers AfterSchool programs for Johnson, Moyer, and Woodfill Elementary Schools.   AfterSchool Programs begin at the end of the school day and run until 6:00 p.m.  The students will first “check-in” to the program, wash their hands and receive a nutritious snack. Students are then provided quiet time for completing their homework. Staff will assist students with their work and ensure that they comprehend their assignments. Once students complete their homework, they can participate in a variety of enrichment activities that are grouped into pre-planned centers. This includes arts and crafts, a science activity, literacy games, dramatic play and more. At the end of the day, students participate in a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity. This may include team games, sports or an activity from the research-based Coordinate Approach to Child Health curriculum.  For more information, please contact Becca Allen at ballen@cincinnatiymca.org or call (859) 781-1814.

 

Registration Information for AfterSchool Programs in Ft. Thomas Schools

The Campbell County YMCA is now accepting registrations for the 2014-2015 school year.  To reserve a spot for your child in any of our quality SACC programs in Ft. Thomas Schools fill out a registration form below and return it to the Campbell County YMCA.  If you have additional questions please contact Becca Allen at ballen@cincinnatiymca.org

 

Click here to download the YMCA Parent Handbook for Ft. Thomas Schools

 

Click here to download the Registration Form for Ft. Thomas Schools

 

As a reminder, your child care fees are tax deductible as a child care expense. Please be sure to keep all receipts or canceled checks, as the Y is unable to provide duplicates. We will not be able to provide end of year statements. We will be happy to give you our tax identification.

 

SACC programs will be closed on any days that these schools are closed for holidays or professional days. If you need child care on those days, you may register your child for our School Day Out program for an additional fee. School Day Out program is available for children in kindergarten through seventh grade on most school holidays at the Campbell County YMCA.

 

YMCA SACC Programs in Kenton County Schools

The Campbell/Kenton County YMCA offers BeforeSchool, ½ day Wrap-around Kindergarten, and AfterSchool programs.  YMCA School Aged Child Care programs will be offered based on each individual school’s needs, space available to house our programs, and minimum enrollment of participants.  Currently we are planning to offer these programs in your school:

 

 

 

BeforeSchool

A.M. Kindergarten

P.M. Kindergarten

AfterSchool

Beechgrove

Caywood

Ft. Wright

Kenton

Piner

 

River Ridge

Ryland

 

Hinsdale

Summit View

Taylor Mill

 

 

White’s Tower

 

 

 

 

BeforeSchool Program

BeforeSchool Programs begin between 6:30 and 7 a.m., depending on the needs of the school and families. When students arrive, staff ensures that they have completed their homework and assist with any remaining assignments. Students who have completed all of their homework are encouraged to read or participate in academic enrichment activities. There are also a variety of enrichment activity centers available for students, such as dramatic play, science, literacy/reading, math etc. Youth are then provided free time in the gym for physical activity. Some structured activities are coordinated during this time. Students are then transitioned to the school for breakfast.

 

½ Wrap-around Kindergarten Program

This program offers children the advantage of getting a full day of kindergarten, complete with curriculum, learning centers and group work. 

 

AfterSchool Program

AfterSchool Programs begin at the end of the school day and run until 6:00 p.m.  The students will first “check-in” to the program, wash their hands and receive a nutritious snack. Students are then provided quiet time for completing their homework. Staff will assist students with their work and ensure that they comprehend their assignments. Once students complete their homework, they can participate in a variety of enrichment activities that are grouped into pre-planned centers. This includes arts and crafts, a science activity, literacy games, dramatic play and more. At the end of the day, students participate in a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity. This may include team games, sports or an activity from the research-based Coordinate Approach to Child Health curriculum.

 

Registration Information for SACC in Kenton County Schools

The Campbell/Kenton County YMCA is now accepting registrations for the 2014-2015 school year.  To reserve a spot for your child in any of our quality SACC programs in Kenton County Schools fill out a registration form below and return it to the school office.  If you have additional questions please email Heather Parr.

 

Click here to download the YMCA Parent Handbook for Kenton County Schools

 

Click here to download the Registration Form for Kenton County Schools

 

Click here to download the Registration Form for White's Tower (Kindergarten ONLY)

 

As a reminder, your child care fees are tax deductible as a child care expense. Please be sure to keep all receipts or canceled checks, as the Y is unable to provide duplicates. We will not be able to provide end of year statements. We will be happy to give you our tax identification.

 

SACC programs will be closed on any days that these schools are closed for holidays or professional days. If you need child care on those days, you may register your child for our School Day Out program for an additional fee. School Day Out program is available for children in kindergarten through seventh grade on most school holidays at the Campbell County YMCA.

 

Schools Out

Grades K-7
When school is out, the Y is in for students in kindergarten through seventh grade! Before you take off work or call a babysitter, stop by the Campbell County Y to register for our all day program. The program is offered on most in-service days, school closings, and holidays.  It is only offered at the Campbell County YMCA location.  For more information, please contact Becca Allen at ballen@cincinnatiymca.org or call (859) 781-1814.

 

Advance registration for the School Day Out Program is necessary. Costs are below.

 

Member: $25 per week
Program Participant: $30 per week

DAYTON YMCA TEEN CENTER

 

Sixth Grade through Twelfth Grade

 

The Teen Center is a safe after school hang out for middle and high school students; grades six through twelve. The center contains a tech lab, art lab, snack bar, study, and several sports and gaming 

equipment. 
 

Activities include: fooseball, billiards, homework help, girls and guys nights, video games, music, ping pong, arts and crafts, yoga, and much more. Dinner is served to participants every night free of charge. The center is a safe place for tweens and teens of Northern Kentucky to hang out, have fun, and learn. We are located at 625 Second Avenue.

Check us out on Facebook: Facebook.com/justine.ryan.9

For more information, email Justine Ryan.


 

DANCE

YOUTH BALLET
 

This class offers fun, playful dance based activities to help improve cardiovascular fitness and flexibility in our youth and children.

 

YOUTH DANCE FITNESS
 

(Previously called Youth Hip Hop)This class offers fun, playful dance based activities to help improve cardiovascular fitness in our youth and children.

 

YOUTH IRISH DANCE
 

Youth will learn and practice the art of Irish Dance. For more information, email Monica at hildy492002@yahoo.com.

 

 

PROGRESSIVE GYMNASTICS CLASSES

Based on the national YMCA gymnastics program, our gymnastics program is designed to teach gymnastics skills in a progressive manner, so participants feel success along the way and are ready for new skills at the appropriate time. Consequently, specific skills must be achieved before students move to the next level. Due to the difficulty of certain skills, children will not always move on after one session of instruction. Classes are for all ages. If you have any questions about classes, please email Kelly Simpson.

PRESCHOOL GYMNASTICS

Tumblers
Ages 3 - 5  (Must be Potty Trained)
Emphasis on developing strength, flexibility, balance and coordination through swinging, rotating and jumping on the floor, bars beam and vault at the beginning level.

  • Monday and Wednesday 5:15 p.m. - 6 p.m. and 6 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.

 

Member:$32 per session
Program Participant: $82 per session

 

SCHOOL AGE GYMNASTICS


TUMBLE WITH ME

Ages: 18 months - 3 years
Class combines gymnastics equipment, creative movement activities, games and songs to develop gross motor skills and coordination. Mondays, 7 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Fee: $41
YMCA Member: $16

ROLLERS
 

Ages: 3-4 
Focuses on learning body positions and pre-gymnastics skills through activities and games (parent observation).
Mondays and Wednesdays 5:45 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Fee: $82 YMCA Member: $32
 

TUMBLERS
 

Ages: 5-6
Focuses on learning body positions, proper stretching, and basic gymnastic skills through age appropriate activities (Parent observation). 
Fee: $82 YMCA Member: $32

 

KIPPERS/TWISTERS
 

Ages: 6-12
Class focuses on proper technique of basic skills. Participants should have the ability to do a cartwheel, handstand, and round-off. 

Mondays and Wednesdays 5 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Fee: $120
YMCA Member: $60

NOTE: All classes except Tumble with Me will use the air track and balance beam on Wednesdays.


Gymnastics Private Lessons
Every child learns at a different rate. For the child who would like one on one time with an instructor in order to increase their ability to learn at a fasterrate, private lessons is the answer.Private lessons must be scheduled in advance with Kelly Simpson.

Half Hour Lesson
Member:
$20 per session
Program Participant: $35 per session

 

Seven Half Hour Lessons
Member:
$125 per session
Program Participant: $185 per session

 

Gymnastics Birthday Parties
Party includes:
-One hour in the meeting room
-One hour in the gymnasium with equipment and instructors

Member Party Rates:
1-10 Children $100; 10-20 Children $125

Non-Member  Party Rates: 
1-10 Children $125; 1-20 Children $150

Email Kelly Simpson for more information.              

 


 

HEALTH AND FITNESS

AOA CARDIO AND STRENGTH
(Previously called Senior Fit and Flex)
Designed for the Active Older Adult wanting a cardiovascular program and low impact strengthening exercises using various equipment to help improve overall strength and endurance.

 

BODY SCUPLT

(Previously called Muscle Conditioning)

Consists of a variety of strength exercises using many different types of equipment to help with toning, weight loss and overall strength. Each class is different to help keep the body guessing. The class may use different workout formats such as accumulator, tabata, ladders and pyramids.

 

BOOT CAMP

Boot Camp is a high energy, super toning, fast burning workout using military strength and stamina training movements. If you want to get into shape quickly and 

effectively and have fun while doing it, then Boot Camp is for you!

 

BORN TO MOVE™
Created by and for young people, Born To Move® draws from the disciplines of martial arts, hip hop, sports conditioning, plyometrics, dance and yoga and is lead by a trained instructor who can pick from a constantly updated toolbox of tracks to keep things interesting.

 

CARDIO AND STRENGTH TRAINING
(Previously called Cardio Strength)

Consists of a variety of cardiovascular and/or strength exercises using many different types of equipment to increase your cardio and strength endurance. Each class is different to help keep the body guessing. The class may use different workout formats such as accumulator, tabata, ladders and pyramids.

CYCLE

(Previously called Cycling)
Cycle is a fast way to burn calories and increase your cardio fitness. Instructors will create a wonderful ride with flats, hills, climbs, lifts and sprints all to the beat of the music. 

 

DANCE FITNESS

(Previously called Hip Hop)
A fun and energetic way to help improve cardiovascular fitness while dancing the time away with friend. Instructors will lead through a variety of dance movements and fitness techniques for added toning benefits.

 

KICKBOXING

A fun cardio workout incorporating boxing/martial arts style moves, including carious punches and kicks: along with other “ring” style drills, bob and weave, shuffles, jump rope, etc.

 

R.I.P.P.E.D.
The One Stop Body Shock™ is a “Plateau Proof Fitness Formula” that helps you to create continuity, consistency and challenge in each and every R.I.P.P.E.D. class. It is Plateau Proof, because each component of the workout provides a uniquely different emphasis or system response, so your body never gets accustomed to the constantly changing format.

SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC

Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement and activities for a daily living. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a SilverSneakers® ball are offered for resistance. A chair is available if needed for seated or standing support.

 

TAI CHI

Practiced as a graceful, low impact form of exercise to help reduce stress by putting minimal pressure on muscles and joints, and aiding with a variety of other health conditions. Tai Chi works on a series of movements performed in a slow, focused manner and accompanied by deep breathing.

 

YOGA

Yoga classes will focus on the basic posses, correct alignment, breath work and movement. Modifications will be offered throughout class allowing for beginners and more experienced participants to increase flexibility and strength.

 

ZUMBA®

This class is a fusion of Latin and International music combined with beginner to more advanced dance moves to create a dynamic and effective workout; add in laughter, energy and sweat and you’ve got ZUMBA®!

 

Advanced 50 Minute Classes
Get a few of your friends together and work out as a group. There is a minimum of three and maximum of five participants so the trainer can pay close attention to form. The cost is only $8 per person. Call or email Nick Heiss at (859) 781-1814 or nheiss@cincinnatiymca.org.

 


 

WELLNESS CENTER PROGRAMS


Wellness Orientation
Our wellness staff will help you determine the right path you need to take to a healthier lifestyle.  This may include the use of ActivTrax which is a web-based system that prints out your weight training routines.

Member: Free
 

Teen Fit Program
Teens, ages 12 - 15, who want to work out in the Fitness Center, must successfully complete our FREE teen strength class. Call to schedule this three hour class. Completion of the class will allow the teen access to our Cybex vr3 strenght machines as well as all cardiovascular equipment.
 

Personal Training

A YMCA nationally certified personal trainer can help you meet any of your health and wellness goals in a one-on-one or small group atmosphere. Our personal trainers use their expertise and resources to help you exercise safely, efficiently, and stay motivated in order to achieve success. 

 

One-on-One Training
30-minute session: $30
One-hour session: $50

 

Buddy Training
30-minute session: $50
One-hour session: $70


Group Training
30-minute session: $70
One-hour session: $90

 

NON-MEMBER PRICING:

One-on-One Training

30-minute session: $39

One-hour session: $65

 

Buddy Training

30-minute session: $65

One-hour session: $91

 

Group Training

30-minute session: $91

One-hour session: $117*15% savings for a three session package and 20% savings for a six session package.  

 


 

SPORTS

 

WINTER BASKETBALL 

 

Ages: 3-7
Registration Deadline: December 16
Practice and games on Saturdays. Team selections made at the Welcome Desk.
First Game: January 10
Last Game: February 21
Fee: $88 YMCA Member: $44

 

SPRING SOCCER
 

Ages: 3,4-5, 6-7
Registration Deadline: March 11
Practice day and time picked at the Welcome Desk. Games held on Saturdays.
First Game: April 4
Last Game: May 23
Fee: $88 YMCA Member: $44

 

Click here to download a registration form for Soccer at Campbell County YMCA
Click here to download a registration form for Soccer at Kenton County YMCA

For more information email Becky Fiscus, or call (859)781-1814

 

 


YOUTH PROGRAMS


Fit and Fun
Games and fitness for 3-5 year olds 

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:45 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.

Member: FREE
Program Participant: $32 per session

 

Fit and Fun Jr.
Games and Fitness for your 2-3 year olds

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12:15 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.

Member: FREE
Program Participant: $32 per session

 


Boy Scout Troop 437
Are you a young man who likes science? The Y is partnering to host a new boy scout troop that combines what you love about scouting and we do it with science, technology, and an engineering focus. Our mission is to encourage youth with many interests and abilities to learn, grow, and experience activities that will inspire them to do their best in scouting and in life.  For more information, visit the website http://troop437/weebly.com, www.facebook.com/STEMTroopKY, or email stemtroopky@yahoo.com.

 




Dayton YMCA Teen Center
A community service branch through the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati and supervised by Campbell County YMCA.  The Dayton YMCA Teen Center embraces the Y’S mission to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. The teen center hosts afterschool activities for kids and teens ages 10 and older. The center contains a Tech Lab, Art Lab, Snack Bar, Study, and several sports and gaming equipment. Activities include: homework help, girls and guys nights, xbox games, ping pong, basketball, football, arts and crafts, yoga, and much more. The center is a safe place for the teens of Dayton Kentucky to hang out, have fun, and learn. We are located at 625 2nd Avenue in Dayton, KY.

For more information or to get a schedule, email Justine Ryan.

 

 

  • FREE ActivTrax

  • Small Group Specialty Training Program-TRX Suspension Training

  • Health and Fitness Center

  • 25 Yard Indoor Swimming Pool

  • Outdoor Pools

  • Gymnasium

  • Racquetball Courts

  • Child Care Programs

  • Personal Training

  • FREE Child Watch

  • FREE 12 week Fitness Program

  • FREE Fitness Classes

  • FREE Yoga & Pilates Classes

  • FREE Group Cycling

  • FREE Cybex & Cardio Orientation

  • Discounts on Programs and Classes

  • Registration Priority on Programs

  • Sauna

  • Party/ Meeting Rooms

  • Locker Rooms

  • FREE Parking

  • FREE Wi-Fi

Join The Y

 

 

With the Y, you're not just a member of a gym - you're part of a cause. With a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, improving health and well-being, and giving back and supporting our neighbors, your membership gives you and your community the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive.

 

We are a cause with a mission to helping you achieve a balance of spirit, mind, and body. We do that by encouraging good health and fostering connections with new and old friends through sports, fun, and shared interests.

 

Joining is easy:

 

Schedule a tour or request membership information.

Visit your nearest Y to sign up.


YMCA membership is an amazing value:

 

  • No annual contracts to sign
  • Member Satisfaction Pledge with a money back guarantee
  • Free group exercise classes
  • Free child care while you make use of the Y (Must have family membership to qualify)
  • Reduced rates and priority registration on programs and classes, including day camps, sports, swim lessons, before and after school, child care, specialty training classes, and a savings of $90 for a week of camp at YMCA Camp Ernst 
  • Online registration for most programs
  • Access to indoor and outdoor swimming pools, water parks, and splash pads where you can participate in a variety of water programs such as swim lessons, water group exercise classes, or simply just some fun in the sun
  • AWAY program to use your membership at other Ys across the country and around the world
  • Guest pass program for your friends and family to experience the Y
  • Member Referral Program 
  • Y Rewards
  • Throughout its history, the Y has been a strong leader in international cooperation. To that end, the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati has established a formal partnership with the YMCA of Mexico City. Should you find yourself planning a trip to Mexico, bring along your YMCA membership card for a complimentary visit to the outstanding facilities of the Mexico City YMCA!  Likewise, current members of the Mexico City YMCA are welcome at any of our YMCA of Greater Cincinnati branches.

 

 

The YMCA has several membership types for you to choose.

 

  • Teen - Ages 13-17
     
  • Young Adult - Ages 18-29
     
  • Individual Adult – Ages 30-64
     
  • Two Adult Household – Two adults, ages 18-64, living in the same household
     
  • One Adult Family – Includes single, or legally separated person, and any dependent children under age 24 living at the same address
     
  • Family/Household – Two adults and any dependent children under age 24 living at the same address.  Additional adults, ages 19 and over living at the same address may be added to your membership for an additional $20 per month per adult
     
  • Senior Individual Adult – Age 65 or older
     
  • Senior Family/Household – Same as Family/Household where either adult is age 65 or over
     
  • Military - Veterans, active duty military personnel, and their immediate families are eligible for a special rate. See our Military Membership page [link to page] for more information.
     

$50 in program gift certificates is given at the time of joining and can be used on programs.

 

 

Everyone is Welcome

 


Our utmost goal is to make the Y and all we offer accessible and available to the entire Greater Cincinnati community! Each year, we raise money among staff, community partners, members, and volunteers so that we can provide services to those who could not otherwise afford it.


No one is ever turned away. From membership to youth sports, summer camp to swim lessons, and so much more, the Y is here to support you in your mental, physical, and spiritual growth. You can rest assured that the Y will guide you in having a healthy and happy life.


If you are in need of financial assistance to participate in the Y’s programs and services, please visit your local branch and fill out an application.

 



Payment Options

 

  • Monthly draft or credit card. Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted
  • Monthly draft on the first or 16th
  • Draft from your checking account or credit card
  • Annual payment in full
  • Change your payment method at any time by calling or stopping in at your local Y

 

 

Stop by or call your local Y to set up an appointment with one of our membership staff to help you get started today!

 

 

 

With a focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, Y volunteers give men, women and children of all ages and from all walks of life the resources and support they need to be healthy, confident, connected and secure.

Volunteers of the Y:

  • Join our branch board and committees

  • Raise funds to ensure the Y is accessible to all members of the community

  • Coach our sports teams and teach many of our classes

  • Motivate and support youth in building the character strengths, skills and relationships that lead to positive behaviors, better health, smart life choices, and the pursuit of higher education and goals through the Y tutoring and mentoring programs

  • Extend a hand to help adults who want to do more, be more or live healthier

  • Advocate for the Y’s efforts to influence policies and initiatives that positively impact societal issues of importance to the nation, and your community

  • Participate in opportunities to give back and support neighbors

We invite you to take an active role in strengthening your community by sharing your time, talents and energies with us as a Y volunteer.  

To become a Y volunteer, click here.

 

Dana Ensley
Executive Director
densley@cincinnatiymca.org

Todd Hensel
Member Experience Director & Aquatics Director
thensel@cincinnatiymca.org

Julie Viltrakis
Membership Coordinator
jviltrakis@cincinnatiymca.org

Heather Parr
Family Life Director, Campbell and Kenton County
hparr@cincinnatiymca.org

Nicole Winkler
Swim Lesson Coordinator
nwinkler@cincinnatiymca.org

Rebecca Fiscus
Sports Coordinator
rfiscus@cincinnatymca.org

Nick Heiss
Fitness Coordinator
nheiss@cincinnatiymca.org

Justine Ryan
21st Century Director, Dayton & Bellevue
jryan@cincinnatiymca.org

Becca Allen
Family Life Assistant Driector
ballen@cincinnatiymca.org

Ann Ahlers-Stahl
21st Century Director, Whites Tower & Ryland Heights
astahl@cincinnatiymca.org

Melissa Willis
Office Manager
mwillis@cincinnatiymca.org

Molly Russell
21st Century Director, Bellevue
mrussell@cincinnatiymca.org

Stefanie Cravin
21st Century Director, Lincoln
scravin@cincinnatiymca.org