BECOME YOUR BEST SELF
Being healthy means more than simply being physically active. It’s about maintaining a balanced spirit, mind and body. The Y is a place where you can work toward that balance by challenging yourself to learn a new skill or hobby, fostering connections with friends, or bringing your loved ones closer together through our many family-centered activities. At the Y, it’s not about the activity you choose as much as it is about the benefits of living healthier on the inside as well as the outside. For more information, contact Brett Van Pelt at 252-972-9622 x.245 or email@example.com
Our Wellness Department is located on the 2nd floor of our facility and offers state of the art, updated cardio & strength equipment, a walking track, group exercise classes, free weights and fosters an atmosphere that helps you feel comfortable. This department includes the following programs/services:
As a New Y Member, we would like the opportunity to connect with you and help you meet your personal, health & wellness needs/goals. Your coach will get you started and give you the tools to keep going. We will help you identify and overcome your exercise challenges.
HELPING YOU REACH YOUR GOALS
Personal Training offers you a one-on-one experience to become your best self. Our trainers will give you that individual attention you need, a personalized program tailored to individual goals and structured, safe and effective workouts. All trainers are certified by nationally accredited fitness associations. They have experience working with a wide range of clients.
- Single Session: $40/hr
- Five Sessions: $175
- Ten Sessions: $300
- Consultation: $40/hr
- Single Session: $50/hr
- Five Sessions: $225
- Ten Sessions: $350
- Consultation: $50/hr
Teens In Training (T-N-T)
BUILD STRENGTH & CONFIDENCE
This program motivates youth and teens in a non-competitive atmosphere to become their personal best. They will learn the proper ways to work out and how to eat healthier to produce the best result for their bodies.
10-14 years old
$10 per participant (open to members & non-members)
MODIFIED MOVES MAXIMUM RESULTS
Enhance®Fitness is geared toward older adults of all fitness levels. If you have a chronic condition, such as arthritis, you may be able to gain more strength and independence. You will feel energized physically, mentally and socially- and be surrounded by people who care. Participants move at their most comfortable pace and are never pushed to do more than they can handle. Each class is taught by a certified instructor and focuses on cardiovascular endurance, strength, flexibility, and balance. 16-week program sessions.
Diabetes Awareness Program
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR HEALTH
The Harrison Family YMCA and Nash County Health Department invite the community to join us in learning more about managing diabetes. Taught by Diabetes Lifestyle Coaches from the Nash County Health Department Jerome Garner and Latesha Barnes-Staton
Med Instead of Meds
SIMPLE, DELICIOUS, AND SATISFYING
The Med Instead of Meds class series will help you Go Med by exploring 7 simple steps to eating the Med Way. Learn Med tips, life hacks, and recipes that will help you eat the Med Way every day. Great Tasting and good for you! This simple, delicious, and satisfying Med Way of eating will keep you coming back for more.
Kidney Smart Classes
Kidney Health Begins with Kidney Smart®
Take control of your kidney health. Attend a no-cost Kidney Smart® class and get your questions answered by certified kidney care educators.
Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program
TAKE ACTION TO IMPROVE HEART HEALTH
The American Heart Association’s Check. Change. Control evidence-based program curriculum. If you are living with high blood pressure, taking action to keep it well-controlled will minimize your risk for complications like stroke, heart attack, and even death. High blood pressure, which makes the heart work harder than it should with each beat, is especially dangerous because it often has no warning signs and usually lasts a lifetime once it develops. The simple process of checking and recording your blood pressure at least twice a month over a period of four months has been shown to lower blood pressure in many people with high blood pressure. This forms the basis for the YMCA’s Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program, an evidence-based program that features personalized support as you develop the habit of routinely self-monitoring your blood pressure, tips for maintaining your cardiovascular health, and nutrition education.
SESSION DATES: January 6th - April 27th
Power Your Pulse Exercise Challenge
POWER YOUR PULSE
February 1, 2020 to March 31, 2020
The “Power Your Pulse” 60-day Challenge is a challenge to keep members pushing forward on their health journey after the New Years’ Resolutions wear off, as well as an opportunity to get more involved with what our cause-driven organization has to offer. Check out the tasks and prizes!