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Virtual YMCA

Keeping with the Y while you're at home

Virtual YMCA

Our YMCA staff is working hard to create fun activity ideas for your children, including crafts, games, recipes, and even ways to stay active. We’ll update this page often with new ideas and resources, so please keep checking back!


YMCA Virtual Check-In

It's so important to stick to your regular routine as much as possible while at home. Wake up and go to bed as you usually would, eat at regular meal times, and continue working out with the Y! Scan in everyday and get your workout in at home. This is especially crucial for our insurance based members, be sure to check in everyday and utilize our fitness videos and tutorials!

If you have more than one Y member in your household, you can each "scan in" individually by filling out your own form with your own separate bar code each day.

Scan In


Stay Health-Y Scan Challenge!

It is important now, more than ever, that we continue to come together as a Y movement to remain connected and foster a sense of community. With that being said, our wellness team has created an all-new, virtual scan challenge, Stay Health-Y, for members to keep moving and be active in ways that may have never been thought of before while at home.

Here's how it works:

  • This scan challenge will run for 21 days from 3/30-4/20.
  • Participants will fill out a new web form to scan in and log points each day.
  • One minute of activity is equivalent to one point.
  • Track and complete at least 400 minutes of activity on a web form page throughout the course of 21 days (3/30-4/20) - that's only 20 minutes per day! 
  • Compete with Y members to see who can rack up the most points and scans - the individual with the most scans and points at the end of the 30 days wins!

What you need to know:

  • You will need to click the link below to scan in and log your points each day.
  • You will need submit a NEW web form EVERY DAY to scan in and track your activity and points.
  • Participants can only scan in once a day. Keep in mind that if you do not scan in, your points will not count for that specific day as backlogging will not be allowed.

Scan In/Points Log

Group Exercise Class Videos

It is imperative to stay active as physical activity may help flush bacteria out of the lungs and airways. This may reduce your chance of getting a cold, flu, or other illness.

All of our original videos are also available to view on our YouTube ChannelSubscribe to our channel to easily watch our videos on any smart TV! 

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Stay Connected

As we navigate our way through this difficult time together, we want to be here for you to make sure you know how you can stay connected to us, friends, family and other members!

Stay connected with members!

Missing your favorite Group Exercise instructors, coaches and swim instructors? Join these groups on Facebook and stay connected!

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Healthy Habits for the Whole Family

Fight stress, stay calm, eat healthy and be active. These are the tops ways to keep laughing and stay healthy while you're at home!

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How to Practice Mindfulness at Home

Mindfulness, or the ability to be present and composed when confronting the challenges of our busy lives, can benefit anyone of any age. Practicing mindfulness can help relieve stress and anxiety in children, while promoting happiness, writes the New York Times. New research also suggests that mindfulness can boost learning skills in early childhood, such as attentiveness, memory, ability to focus, problem solving and behavior.

The YMCA provides several ways families can help kids use mindfulness at home.

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Indoor Play & Activities 

It’s recommended that children ages 6 and older get at least an hour of physical activity each day, and play is one way kids can stay active and healthy! Here are some creative ways to make indoor play fun and engaging, including fun recipes and ideas for in the kitchen.

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Learning for All Ages

There is always something new to learn, check out these resources for some amazing and interesting new content! 

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STEAM Learning at Home

Children are learning about Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math, or STEAM for short, from the day they are born, by exploring their surroundings to understanding cause-and-effect relationships. Learning and practicing STEAM fosters a child’s ingenuity and creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. It also helps to build their resiliency and self-confidence.

Supporting STEAM doesn't mean your child has to build robots in their bedroom. Here are some easy ways to involve these concepts in everyday activities and interactions.

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OUR MISSION: Strengthen community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility

When you donate to the Y, you help provide opportunities for everyone to learn, grow and thrive. We will use your gift to nurture children and teens, improve community health and well-being, and support those in need.