Youth Sports and Leagues
The Y is the starting point for many youth to learn about becoming and staying active, and developing healthy habits they’ll carry with them throughout their lives. And the benefits are far greater than just physical health. Whether it’s gaining the confidence that comes from learning a sport or building the positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork, participating in sports at the Y is about building the whole child, from the inside out.
Jul 24, 2016, 10:57 AM
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I began my career at the Y in October 2006 working in the Fitness Center as a Fitness Coach. My journey in Healthy Living Fitness allowed me the privilege of serving in many different roles and has given me unique perspective as a Senior Leader. In January of 2014 , I took a step out of my comfort zone as Director of Healthy Living Fitness and accepted the role of Senior Director of HL, shifting to my current home of Aquatics and Ability Programs. My journey as taught me that I believe in the Y 's mission to serve the community, positively impacting our members one person at a time.
I have a B.A. in Behavioral Science with concentration in Psychology from Messiah College, Harrisburg, PA and have earned the Y- USA Team Leader and Listen First Training certificates. I'm also a certified in Advanced Health & Fitness Specialist, ACE, Certified Personal Trainer and American Red Cross CPR, AED & First Aid Responder.
Working for the Y is a family affair! All three of my children are currently working for a Y in different capacities- my son is working at the Brandywine YMCA Association as the Director of Digital Communication, my elder daughter works as a POUND and Zumba instructor as well as a Fitness Coach and my youngest daughter works as a lifeguard, swim instructor and in membership as a WOW representative. Someday we may just start our own YMCA!
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Cheetah Track Club (grades 3-8) - EXTENDED SEASON
Cross County (5 to 14 yrs)
Learn Lacrosse (4 to 12 yrs)
NFL Flag Football (5 to 15 yrs)
NFL Flag Football - teen league (13 to 15 yrs)
Fall Soccer Leagues (3 to 11 yrs)
Youth Sports - Parent/Child
Kinder Sports (4 to 6 yrs)
Preschool Sports (3 to 4 yrs)
Private Basketball Lessons
Tennis Programs at Doylestown Tennis Club (6 to 17 yrs)
Youth sports/fitness - FREE to members
Family Yoga (all ages)
All ages, with a parent or caregiver (required). Free with family membership. Potential member fees apply if child or parent is not a member. Studio A.
Gaga and Games (6 to 12 yrs)
Kids Yoga (6 to 12 yrs)
Focus on learning breathing techniques to help calm and center. Kids also learn poses to help with balance, strength and flexibility.
Pickup Sports (8-12 yrs))
Power Play - Youth Cardio Fitness (4 to 12 yrs)
Have fun using a variety of equipment to increase heart rate while listening to popular music. Plyo jumps, push-ups, planks, and more! Physically challenging but highly fun!
Pre-Teen Dodgeball (8 to 12 yrs)
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Youth Programs - Free for Members - Warminster
All Sorts of Sports (6 to 12 years)
Play a new sport each week.
Butterfly Dance (3 to 5 years)
Games in the Park (4+ yrs)
Nature Kids Club (3 to 7 yrs)
Princess Ballet (3 to 6 yrs)
Super Hero Training (6 to 12 yrs)
Youth Sports & Activity (3 - 12 yrs)
Basketball Skills and Drills
Cheerleading (7 to 13 yrs)
Kinder Sports (5 to 6 yrs)
Introduction to Sports - Parent/Child (1 to 3 yrs)
Pee Wee Sports (3 to 4 yrs)
Team Sports (6 to 12 yrs)
Young Striders Track & Field Club (5 to 12 yrs)