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Berkeley Heights YMCA Offers Mother’s Day Personal Training Specials and More!

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As women age, metabolism slows down and it is important to become more conscientious of how we take care of our bodies. Have mom join us at the Y to receive the motivation and support she needs to become stronger and healthier today! Give mom the gift of fitness with the Berkeley Heights YMCA Personal Training Specials:  3 - one hour sessions for $187; 5 – one hour sessions for $310; 10 – one hour sessions for $625.  Limit 20 sessions per person.  Special rates are good May 1st-May 14th.  Please visit https://www.thesay.org/special-offers or contact Lisa McQuilkin at (908)464-8373 X2026 or lisa.mcquilkin@thesay.org.

The benefits of the personal training specials are enormous:  one- on-one customized training, maximizing your workout; getting the results you want! It’s also a perfect way to train and enhance your performance for the Summit Area YMCA Mother’s Day 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, May 14, 2017!  To register, please visit https://www.thesay.org/5k?utm_source=slideshow&utm_medium=website.  

The Summit Area YMCA is committed to promoting, encouraging, and motivating moms to not only lead healthy lives, but to help nurture their children.   We offer a wide range of Parent/Child classes such as  Tunes and Tots, our  music class where kids ages 1-5 can explore  instruments, sing, dance and much more at the Berkeley Heights YMCA running  Wednesdays April 26-June 14 at 11:30 AM -12:15 PM.   Cost is $86 members/$125 nonmembers.  To register, please visit https://www.thesay.org/Schedules/Session/2321691/April-26-2017 or contact Francesca Garrard at (908)464-8373 or Francesca.garrad@thesay.org.  

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The Summit YMCA will be offering Wiggle, Giggle, Rhyme class geared toward toddlers with their parent/caregiver.  Activities include free play in the gym, circle time, a weekly themed-related craft and interactive story time.  Class is being offered on Wednesdays April 26-June 14 at 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM.  Cost is $85 members/$125 nonmembers.  To register, please visit https://www.thesay.org/Schedules/Session/2319393/April-26-2017 or contact Maria Marinaccio at (908)272-3330 or maria.marinaccio@thesay.org.

As a non-profit, the Summit Area YMCA’s mission is to support families by building a strong community through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. Better individuals make for a better community, a better us.

The Summit Area YMCA is one of area’s leading 501c3 organizations. Through the generosity of our members, donors, and partners, our programs and services are open to all regardless of financial circumstance. To strengthen your community and provide others with the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive, make your tax-deductible donation today at www.theSAY.org/give.

 

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