The Y @ UPMC Hamot offers classes and programs at different times. Remember, as a UPMC Hamot member, you have reciprocal membership More >>
JUST TRI IT is a 12 week training program to inspire people to get healthy and fit. This program is open to all levels (novice to advanced) and provides participants the opportunity to train for a triathlon in a fun, challenging and non-intimidating environment.
Program Includes: Training Schedule, Saturday Training Class (7am-8am) and monthly seminars on nutrition, injury prevention and triathlon fundamentals.
Registration Begins December 1st, 2015
Program Begins Week of January 11th, 2016
Non Member Challenge Only Fee: $50
Non Member 12 Week Access to DTY, Class and Challenge: $150
All participants will also receive a t-shirt.
For more information, please contact Monica Olesnanik at 877-3716 or email@example.com
View Schedule for: Downtown Y
Sporties for Shorties is a new spin on a classic program at the Eastside Family Y. Formerly, Mighty Mites, Sporties for Shorties is a 10-week class which offers lessons in sports such as soccer, basketball, floor hockey and t-ball and includes a weekly swim lesson. Cost is $25 for members and $75 for non-members. Click here for current schedule.
View Schedule for: Eastside Y
Youth Floor Hockey & Basketball Sign-Ups
For many people, the transition to survivorship serves as strong motivation to make positive lifestyle change. Although cultivating healthy habits is a good idea for anyone, it is survivors are often at higher risk for developing other health problems as a result of their cancer treatment. Healthy behaviors can help survivors regain or build strength, reduce the severity of side effects, reduce the risk of developing secondary cancers or other health issues, and enjoy life more.
The journey at the Regional Cancer Center incorporates a focus on mind-body-spirit well-being from the day you walk through the doors. They are committed to integrating wellness components into your care and treatment. They want you to feel empowered and to regain a sense of control over your cancer.
Research shows that by integrating physical activity, proper nutrition and mind-body-spirit awareness, you can feel better and reduce the side effects of cancer treatment such as nausea, depression, anxiety, fatigue and weight gain.
In keeping with RCC’s mission of providing comprehensive care with a commitment to optimal quality of life for patients and families, RCC has partnered with the Glenwood Park Y to offer supportive, holistic classes in a nurturing and spacious environment.
The classes will be taught by expert fitness professionals and will be offered to cancer survivors and caregivers only, completely free of charge.
Click here for a complete list of classes included within the Wellness for Life program.
View Schedule for: Glenwood Y
Pickle Ball Open Gym
Co-Ed Youth Soccer Registration Now Open
Open to the community