At the Y, kids can learn to dance, play a sport, develop their skills, make new friends, and become empowered in youth programs.

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The next eight-week session of classes begins the week of January 2, 2020. Registration opens for YMCA members on December 14, and for community members on December 21.

Sports & Swim

Basketball Instructional and Clinics

Youth Instructional Basketball

Learn the necessary skills to take your game to the next level- passing, dribbling and shooting drills that will make you a true player. Learn how to play defense and command your offense. Individual assessments will take place first day of class. This class is appropriate for beginner and intermediate players.

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Basketball Clinic

Through the youth basketball clinics, players will broaden their individual skills of passing, dribbling, and shooting. Children will gain a deeper understanding and knowledge of basketball by actively participating with teammates in game situations.

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Basketball Private/Semi-Private Coaching

Have your child work 1-on-1 with a highly experienced basketball coach to enhance their game and bring it to the next level. Through high energy drills, their dribbling, passing, and shooting skills will strengthen and improve their game! Private and Semi-Private Coaching sessions are available to be scheduled whenever open gym is listed on the schedule.

For more information or to schedule sessions prior to booking please contact Jessica Diaz at 212-912-2322 or diazj@ymcanyc.org.

Private Coaching

Number of 60-Minute Sessions Member 60 Mins Community
1 session $60 $90
5 Pack $265 $420
10 Pack $495 $760

 

Semi-Private Coaching

Number of 60-Minute Sessions Member 60 Mins Community
1 session $95 $150
5 Pack $420 $685
10 Pack $800 $1,220
Tumbling

Ages 3-12

This program teaches basic floor fundamentals of gymnastics.

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Karate

Ages 4-13

While training in the world-renowned traditional Japanese martial art of Seido Karate, participants will learn basic punches, strikes, blocks, and kicks, while also gaining focus, strength, and coordination. Led by Senpai Joan Tang, 1st degree black belt.

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Swim Lessons

We offer swim classes for infants, kids, teenagers, and adults. Find a class that’s right for you.

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Dance

Ballet for Preschool

Ages 3-4

Children learn basic dance vocabulary and technique through ballet and creative dance.

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Basic Ballet Level I

Ages 5-7

Classical ballet with barre and center work that develops strength, body alignment, flexibility and musicality.

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Isadora Duncan Modern Dance Beginners

Ages 3-9

One of the most exciting classes a young dancer can take. Rhythmic, joyous and playful! A lyrical, free-flowing and musical form of modern dance.

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Early Childhood Parent/Child Programs

Let's Get Ready (Ages 18 Months-2.5 Years)

This program offers a rich and supportive learning environment for toddlers. Social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth is fostered through a balanced, developmentally based program. Participants are involved in circle time, group activities including songs playing instruments, parachute play, puppets, bubbles and group games. Caregivers are required to stay in the facility for the duration of the classes.

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Ready, Set, Math & Read (Ages 2.5-5.5)

This program gives participants the opportunity to set the stage for success in school and in life. Ready, Set, Math & Read is a content-rich program that supports active learning and promotes children’s progress in all developmental areas. Children learn best when they are actively involved in learning projects. Learning projects include creating a classroom garden and their own story books. Caregivers are required to stay in the facility for the duration of the classes.

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Ready, Set, Science (Ages 2.5-5)

Let your child explore the natural world through science experiments and nature based learning projects. This class will get your child excited about learning while developing their social skills in a classroom setting It’s never too early to raise consciousness about environmental issues. Caregivers are required to stay in the facility for the duration of the classes.

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