Community Mental Health Initiative

As mental health is rapidly becoming a leading issue across our nation, the YMCA is at the forefront of a critical initiative designed to address mental health issues called the Community Mental Health Initiative. The Community Mental Health Initiative is designed to educate the community on mental illness through workshops, educational seminars, resource material and…

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Diabetes Education

FSPY offers a Diabetes Education/Exercise Series.  Each class will have a half hour of Diabetes education, followed by a half hour of exercise.  Classes are taught by a Registered Dietician/Personal Trainer.  Topics will include the Basics of Diabetes care, as well as the relationship of diet and exercise to blood sugar, weight control and meal…

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Diabetes Prevention Program

Measurable Progress. Unlimited Support. A lot can happen in one year. Did you know that losing a modest amount of weight and increasing physical activity could help you prevent or delay Type II diabetes. Participants work together in small groups led by a certifies coach to learn how to incorporate healthier eating and moderate physical…

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Enhance Fitness

Enhance® Fitness is a physical activity program compromised of a 3 60-minute classes per week. The classes are designed to safely increase participants’ fitness levels through aerobic and strength training. Enhance® Fitness has been proven to increase participants’ strength, balance, flexibility, general activity level, and independence when they attend on a regular basis. This class…

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LIVESTRONG at the YMCA

LIVESTRONG at the YMCA® supports cancer survivors and their families through its no-cost program that provides opportunities to engage in physical and social activities focused on strengthening the whole person. The 12-week, research-based program partners cancer survivors and YMCA staff trained in cancer care to achieve goals such as building muscle mass and strength; increasing…

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Moving for Better Balance

This evidence based program endorsed by the Center For Disease Control will help adults who wish to reduce their fall risk by improving their balance, strength, mobility and confidence in performing daily activities. For more information, contact Donna Peart at dpeart@fspymca.org or (908) 889-8880.

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