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5:00 AM-7:55 AM Mapleton YMCA No Instructor

Description: Lanes are available for lap swimming for adults 18+. We encourage all swimmers to work together and share lanes by splitting or circling during peak times.

5:00 AM-9:00 AM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Pool

Description: A portion of the pool is available for recreational or fitness swimming. You may play, water walk, exercise, dive or simply splash around. No lap swimming in this area.

5:00 AM-6:00 AM Arapahoe YMCA No Instructor
Room: Gym

Description: Gymnasium is open to members and drop in customers. Non-scuff shoes required. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Free for members. Non-members can attend with guest fee.

5:30 AM-6:50 AM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Carlston Ice Arena

Description: Requirements: Age 8-Adult Figure Skaters who perform waltz jump and subsequent figure skating discipline skills and higher. Please see the Ice Office regarding the specialized skating session. Must check in at the front desk and sign the book in the ice office. Members must pay for "seasonal" ice membership.

5:45 AM-6:45 AM Arapahoe YMCA Kisa H.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: BODYPUMP™ is for anyone looking to get lean, toned and fit – fast. Using light to moderate weights with lots of repetition, BODYPUMP™ gives you a total body workout. It will burn up to 590 calories*. Instructors will coach you through the scientifically proven moves and techniques pumping out encouragement, motivation and great music – helping you achieve much more than on your own! You’ll leave the class feeling challenged and motivated, ready to come back for more.

6:00 AM-7:00 AM Arapahoe YMCA Jerry H.
Room: Gym

Description: This is a challenging, highly structured, athletic-based class with no choreography involved. The class incorporates plyometric training and physical military moves.

6:00 AM-7:30 AM Mapleton YMCA YMCA Staff
Room: Pool

Description: Masters at the Y was developed to attract a wide range of swimmers - from long-time competitors to adults who are just getting their feet wet. The program caters to those who want to improve swimming technique and take advantage of swimming's fitness benefits, including lap swimmers, triathletes, those who wish to compete and those who are just looking for an excellent workout. During Masters Swim at the Y, participants will enjoy skill- and technique-based instruction to help improve ease and efficiency in the water. Masters Swim Classes are taught by YMCA of Northern Colorado swim coaches. The YMCA of Northern Colorado Master's Swim is a member of the United States Masters Swim, creating opportunities for competition, technique coaching and other membership perks. Each coach is USA Swimming certified and Y-USA certified. The YMCA Masters Swim Program is for adults 18 and over. You have to registered USMS member to participate in events.

6:00 AM-7:00 AM Mapleton YMCA Eli B.
Room: Weight Room

Description: Design with multiple stations covering exercises for improving overall strength, balance and core stability. Emphasis is placed on correct posture and movement patterns and while it is a reasonably fast paced class, movements are adapted to suit both beginners and advanced participants. Body weight, TRX and free weights are all utilized.

6:30 AM-7:15 AM Mapleton YMCA Candace C.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: Anything goes in this class. You will use a variety of different props (balls, bands, BOSU, dumb bells) to keep your heart rate up, build strength, and challenge every muscle group.

7:00 AM-6:00 PM Ed & Ruth Lehman YMCA YMCA Staff
Room: North Gym

Description:

7:00 AM-6:30 PM Mapleton YMCA No Instructor
Room: Gym

Description: The space is reserved for YMCA youth sports programming and is closed to members and guests during this time.

7:00 AM-9:00 AM Arapahoe YMCA No Instructor
Room: Gym

Description: Gymnasium is open to members and drop in customers. Non-scuff shoes required. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Free for members. Non-members can attend with guest fee.

7:00 AM-8:15 AM Arapahoe YMCA No Instructor
Room: Carlston Ice Arena

Description: This feature is reserved only for Goalies who wish to participate in Adult Pick-Up Hockey. Starting March 1st we will no longer be accepting reservations over the phone. All registrations must be done on the website or app. Signup opens 24 hours before session. Max: 2 Goalies and 20 players. *Goalies must cancel on app* if they will not make the game, or face suspension of pick-up privileges. Must be present to check in for your spot on drop-in sessions. MUST BE 18 YEARS OLD. 1) Go to ymcabv.org or on the ymcabv app and click the session you which to register for. 2) Then click the little cog wheel to reserve your spot 3) you will receive a confirmation email with your place in line. 4) If you cannot or will not make your session, please cancel at least an hour ahead of time so the next Goalie on the wait list may be added.

7:00 AM-8:15 AM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Carlston Ice Arena

Description: Drop in early morning or over the lunch hour for a game of hockey. Novice, intermediate and advanced levels of play are available. Reserve your spot at ymcabv.org/schedules or on the YMCA of Boulder Valley app. Reservations open 24 hours before start time. Free for members. Regular guest fees for non-members is $20 (goalies skate free). Max: 2 Goalies and 20 players. Players *must cancel on app* if they will not make the game, or face suspension of pick-up privileges. Must be present to check in for your spot on drop-in sessions - no phone check-ins will be allowed and you may not check anyone else in. Check in must be done by start of game time or you forfeit your place in line. If you have not checked in by then your spot will be given to an individual on the wait list. MUST BE 18 YEARS OLD. FULL EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED.

7:25 AM-8:25 AM Mapleton YMCA Vidya L.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: This class focuses on muscular conditioning, posture and over balance with the use of various equipment to enhance overall structural training.

7:30 AM-8:45 AM Arapahoe YMCA Dennis T.
Room: Spirit, Mind, Body Studio

Description: Yoga builds a strong body, mind and spirit. This class incorporates Yoga postures, breathing exercises and a mind focus to improve balance, strength and flexibility. Yoga props are offered to safely perform exercises. Restorative breathing exercises and final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity.

8:00 AM-10:55 AM Mapleton YMCA No Instructor

Description: A portion of the pool is available for recreational or fitness swimming. You may play, water walk, exercise, dive or simply splash around. No lap swimming in this area.

8:00 AM-10:55 AM Mapleton YMCA No Instructor

Description: At least two lanes are available for lap swim.

8:30 AM-9:30 AM Arapahoe YMCA Kirk A.
Room: East Gym

Description: Born in the US Navy SEALS, TRX® Suspension Training is a method of leveraged bodyweight exercise. Perform hundreds of exercises that build power, strength, flexibility, balance, mobility and prevent injuries.

8:30 AM-9:30 AM Arapahoe YMCA Amanda S.
Room: Pilates Reformer Studio

Description: These classes celebrate the rhythms of higher level reformer sequences. Admittance into Level 2 will be at the instructor's descretion and may vary from instructor to instructor. If you are new to Level 3, schedule a brief interview or assessment with the instructor before attending class. With permission from the instructor, you may also observe a class to see if it is the right level for you. Reservation is required for this class. Level 3 practioners: - show proficiency in Level 2 classes - show proficiency in spinal articulation - show proficiency in breathwork - can easily incorporate cues or adjustments given in class -can easily flow through sequences Exercises may in clude (but are not limited to) full expressions or variations on: Jackknife, Long Back Stretch, Thigh Stretch, Corkscrew, Snake, Twist, Tendon Stretch, Star, Splits, Control Front/Back.

8:30 AM-9:30 AM Arapahoe YMCA Kate
Room: Carlston Ice Arena

Description: Aerobics on ice! This class combines music and skating moves to develop cardiovascular fitness while toning lower body and improving balance and flexibility. Check the Arapahoe Y ice schedule for class.

8:30 AM-9:30 AM Arapahoe YMCA Kristen B.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: Tone and strengthen muscle using lunges, squats, crunches, balls, resistance tubes, dumbbells and more in this workout. You will get a full body exercise leaving no muscles out.

9:00 AM-10:15 AM Arapahoe YMCA Juli C.
Room: Cycle Studio

Description: 45-minutes indoor cycle classes simulate outdoor riding with sprinting, hill climbing and other techniques. Followed by 15-minutes for core.

9:00 AM-10:30 AM Arapahoe YMCA Dennis T.
Room: Spirit, Mind, Body Studio

Description: Yoga builds a strong body, mind and spirit. This class incorporates Yoga postures, breathing exercises and a mind focus to improve balance, strength and flexibility. Yoga props are offered to safely perform exercises. Restorative breathing exercises and final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity.

9:30 AM-10:25 AM Mapleton YMCA Wendy R.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: A fun, full-body workout for active older adults to enhance strength, flexibility, balance, and posture. This hour-long routine includes weight lifting, stretching, mat exercises, and gentle yoga in a non-stop flow with an enthusiastic, friendly class.

9:30 AM-10:25 AM Mapleton YMCA Heather R.
Room: Carol J. Grever S.M.B Studio

Description: This is a conditioning program that improves muscle control, flexibility, coordination, strength and tone. Based on proper breathing, good posture and intense concentration. Exercises are performed on a mat.

9:30 AM-10:30 AM Mapleton YMCA Lisa M.
Room: Pilates Reformer Studio

Description: These classe continue to guide you on your journey in Pilates. The pace will be quicker, and there will be less cuding than found in Level 1 exercises. New choreographies and exercises will be incorporated to provide a vigorous workout. Range of motheio and stamina will increase as the instructors find more and more ways to challenge you. Reservation required. Level 2 practioners: - show proficiency in Level 1 exercises - know the reformer springs for each exercise - can confidently mobilize or stabilize - can safely modify exercises - can perform exercises that require kneeling or standing on the reformer - are learning more complex sequencing and organization of the body - are competent at enhancing movement with breath Exercises may include (but are not limited to) full expressions or variations on Rowing, Teaser, Coordination, Chest Expansion, Back Stroke, Swan, Breast Stroke, Semi Cirsle, Climb a Tree

9:30 AM-10:30 AM Arapahoe YMCA Kerri M.
Room: East Gym

Description: Have you ever thought about joining a boot camp class but weren’t quite sure you could do it? This beginner boot camp class is a great place to start as it will ease you into running, push-ups, abdominal work and all the drills associated with a boot camp class. We will also show you a myriad of modifications so that you can fearlessly attend any boot camp class and know how to take care of your body.

9:30 AM-10:30 AM Arapahoe YMCA Kirk A.
Room: East Gym

Description: Design with multiple stations covering exercises for improving overall strength, balance and core stability. Emphasis is placed on correct posture and movement patterns and while it is a reasonably fast paced class, movements are adapted to suit both beginners and advanced participants. Body weight, TRX and free weights are all utilized.

9:35 AM-10:25 AM Arapahoe YMCA Sherri S.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: This cardio-Latin fusion class features aerobic interval training to maximize fat burning and total body toning, all to incredible music with moves that are easy to learn!

10:00 AM-11:20 AM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Carlston Ice Arena

Description: No sticks, pucks, or other paraphernalia allowed on the ice during recreational skating times.

10:00 AM-6:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Pool

Description: The baby pool is open and available for use for children under 8 years old. All non-swimming children must have a parent within arms' reach.

10:20 AM-8:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Pool

Description: Two red lanes will be in for Adult Lap Swim.

10:20 AM-8:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA No Instructor
Room: Pool

Description: Note: The high dive and deep-end slide open on a rotating schedule.

10:30 AM-11:25 AM Mapleton YMCA Kathryn
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: Workout with a fusion of music and zest! Dance to hip hop, Latin, African, Bollywood and more.

10:30 AM-11:45 AM Mapleton YMCA Deanna S
Room: Carol J. Grever S.M.B Studio

Description: This class is for those who have been diagnosed with cancer and are currently in treatment or recovery. Students must complete a health questionnaire (available at the front desk or at carypaulyoga.com) before their first class. Yoga for Cancer Care is gentler than most yoga classes and is customized to the needs of the student. We work on strengthening the immune system, working through scar tissue, building strength and working with the various side effects of cancer treatments.

10:30 AM-11:30 AM Arapahoe YMCA Terry S.
Room: Pilates Reformer Studio

Description: These classe continue to guide you on your journey in Pilates. The pace will be quicker, and there will be less cuding than found in Level 1 exercises. New choreographies and exercises will be incorporated to provide a vigorous workout. Range of motheio and stamina will increase as the instructors find more and more ways to challenge you. Reservation required. Level 2 practioners: - show proficiency in Level 1 exercises - know the reformer springs for each exercise - can confidently mobilize or stabilize - can safely modify exercises - can perform exercises that require kneeling or standing on the reformer - are learning more complex sequencing and organization of the body - are competent at enhancing movement with breath Exercises may include (but are not limited to) full expressions or variations on Rowing, Teaser, Coordination, Chest Expansion, Back Stroke, Swan, Breast Stroke, Semi Cirsle, Climb a Tree

10:45 AM-11:45 AM Mapleton YMCA Heather R.
Room: Pilates Reformer Studio

Description: These classes build upon the skills learned in Fundamentals. More exercises are added to your repertoire to challenge both your brain and the weay you organize the body to move. Reservation required. In this class, Level practiioners: -Understand the Reformer Spring values and how they are used in exercises -Are comfortable with spinal ariticulation - Can control the equipment, including the closing of the carriage - Use breathwork appropriate for movement - Are honing thier skills in moving the body with precision - Are beginning to crate flow in their transitions in between exercises Exercises may include (but are not limited to) full expressions or variations on: Pulling Straps, Long Stretch Series, Short Box Series, Knee Stretch, Stomach Massage, Short Spine)

10:45 AM-11:45 AM Arapahoe YMCA Peggy M.
Room: Spirit, Mind, Body Studio

Description: A fall prevention program that uses the principles and movements of Tai Chi to help older adults improve their balance, mobility and increase their confidence in doing everyday activities. Taught by a YMCA Certified Instructor, you will learn low impact postures and movements along with stretching and breathing exercises.

11:00 AM-11:55 AM Arapahoe YMCA Wendy H.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper-body strength work with hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a SilverSneakers ball is alternated with low-impact aerobic choreography. A chair is used for standing support, stretching and relaxation exercises.

11:00 AM-1:30 PM Mapleton YMCA No Instructor

Description: Lanes are available for lap swimming for adults 18+. We encourage all swimmers to work together and share lanes by splitting or circling during peak times.

11:30 AM-12:25 PM Mapleton YMCA Heather B.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: BODYPUMP™ is for anyone looking to get lean, toned and fit – fast. Using light to moderate weights with lots of repetition, BODYPUMP™ gives you a total body workout. It will burn up to 590 calories*. Instructors will coach you through the scientifically proven moves and techniques pumping out encouragement, motivation and great music – helping you achieve much more than on your own! You’ll leave the class feeling challenged and motivated, ready to come back for more.

11:30 AM-1:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Carlston Ice Arena

Description: 25 person max. MUST SIGN IN AND CHECK IN AT FRONT DESK TO ATTEND (Coaches and players.) Slapshots are NOT allowed during Stick and Puck. Full ice scrimmages are not allowed during stick and puck. Helmets (HECC certified) are required; full equipment is strongly recommended.

12:00 PM-1:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA Suzannah L.
Room: Spirit, Mind, Body Studio

Description: This is a conditioning program that improves muscle control, flexibility, coordination, strength and tone. Based on proper breathing, good posture and intense concentration. Exercises are performed on a mat.

12:00 PM-1:00 PM Mapleton YMCA Amy T.
Room: Carol J. Grever S.M.B Studio

Description: Develop strength, flexibility, and coordination with an emphasis on achieving greater mental awareness, self-confidence, and calmness.

12:00 PM-1:00 PM Mapleton YMCA Heather R.
Room: Pilates Reformer Studio

Description: These classes celebrate the rhythms of higher level reformer sequences. Admittance into Level 2 will be at the instructor's descretion and may vary from instructor to instructor. If you are new to Level 3, schedule a brief interview or assessment with the instructor before attending class. With permission from the instructor, you may also observe a class to see if it is the right level for you. Reservation is required for this class. Level 3 practioners: - show proficiency in Level 2 classes - show proficiency in spinal articulation - show proficiency in breathwork - can easily incorporate cues or adjustments given in class -can easily flow through sequences Exercises may in clude (but are not limited to) full expressions or variations on: Jackknife, Long Back Stretch, Thigh Stretch, Corkscrew, Snake, Twist, Tendon Stretch, Star, Splits, Control Front/Back.

12:00 PM-4:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA YMCA Staff
Room: East Gym

Description: East side of the gymnasium is open to members and drop in customers. Non-scuff shoes required. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Free for members. Non-members can attend with guest fee.

12:00 PM-4:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA YMCA Staff
Room: West Gym

Description:

12:00 PM-8:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA No Instructor

Description: A portion of the pool is available for recreational or fitness swimming. You may play, water walk, exercise, dive or simply splash around. No lap swimming in this area.

12:30 PM-1:30 PM Mapleton YMCA Christine M.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: This cardio-Latin fusion class features aerobic interval training to maximize fat burning and total body toning, all to incredible music with moves that are easy to learn!

1:00 PM-1:15 PM Arapahoe YMCA Suzannah L.
Room: Spirit, Mind, Body Studio

Description: To help you add some meditation to your program, we offer 15-minute meditation time slots. Join in as you begin, finish or take a break from your workout.

1:15 PM-2:30 PM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Carlston Ice Arena

Description: No sticks, pucks, or other paraphernalia allowed on the ice during recreational skating times.

1:30 PM-2:30 PM Arapahoe YMCA Peggy M.
Room: Spirit, Mind, Body Studio

Description: In this class you will focus on the fundamentals of alignment, refining your technique and building a strong foundation with both postures and breath work. This class is perfect for those new to yoga, individuals healing from injury or illness, or those looking for a more gentle class.

1:35 PM-3:55 PM Mapleton YMCA No Instructor

Description: A portion of the pool is available for recreational or fitness swimming. You may play, water walk, exercise, dive or simply splash around. No lap swimming in this area.

1:35 PM-3:55 PM Mapleton YMCA No Instructor

Description: At least two lanes are available for lap swim.

2:15 PM-3:15 PM Mapleton YMCA Wendy R.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper-body strength work with hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a SilverSneakers ball is alternated with low-impact aerobic choreography. A chair is used for standing support, stretching and relaxation exercises.

2:45 PM-5:15 PM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Carlston Ice Arena

Description: Requirements: Age 8-Adult Figure Skaters who perform waltz jump and subsequent figure skating discipline skills and higher. Please see the Ice Office regarding the specialized skating session. Must check in at the front desk and sign the book in the ice office. Members must pay for "seasonal" ice membership.

3:30 PM-7:30 PM Arapahoe YMCA No Instructor
Room: Gym

Description: Gymnasium is open to members and drop in customers. Non-scuff shoes required. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Free for members. Non-members can attend with guest fee.

4:30 PM-5:30 PM Arapahoe YMCA Sasha V.
Room: Pilates Reformer Studio

Description: These classe continue to guide you on your journey in Pilates. The pace will be quicker, and there will be less cuding than found in Level 1 exercises. New choreographies and exercises will be incorporated to provide a vigorous workout. Range of motheio and stamina will increase as the instructors find more and more ways to challenge you. Reservation required. Level 2 practioners: - show proficiency in Level 1 exercises - know the reformer springs for each exercise - can confidently mobilize or stabilize - can safely modify exercises - can perform exercises that require kneeling or standing on the reformer - are learning more complex sequencing and organization of the body - are competent at enhancing movement with breath Exercises may include (but are not limited to) full expressions or variations on Rowing, Teaser, Coordination, Chest Expansion, Back Stroke, Swan, Breast Stroke, Semi Cirsle, Climb a Tree

5:00 PM-5:30 PM Arapahoe YMCA Krystal L.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) This class includes plyometric drills, strength, power, resistance and abs/core training moves.

5:00 PM-5:55 PM Mapleton YMCA Emi M.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: This cardio-Latin fusion class features aerobic interval training to maximize fat burning and total body toning, all to incredible music with moves that are easy to learn!

5:30 PM-6:25 PM Arapahoe YMCA Terry S.
Room: Spirit, Mind, Body Studio

Description: Fused elements of Pilates and Yoga for a balanced strength and flexibility workout.

5:30 PM-6:30 PM Mapleton YMCA Emily D.
Room: Gym

Description: Plyometric, agility, strength and cardio conditioning to help you enhance your performance on the slopes, field, or court.

5:30 PM-6:30 PM Arapahoe YMCA Bob B.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: Plyometric, agility, strength and cardio conditioning to help you enhance your performance on the slopes, field, or court.

5:30 PM-6:30 PM Mapleton YMCA Laura S.

Description: Excellent for strength training and increasing endurance without the impact of land. This is a medium-impact class that targets range of motion, core stabilization, balance and flexibility. Class uses both shallow and deep end of the pool, however ability to swim is not necessary. Each pool fitness class time is unique, so please try them all to see which one fits your schedule and ability.

5:30 PM-7:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Carlston Ice Arena

Description:

5:35 PM-6:35 PM Arapahoe YMCA Sasha V.
Room: Pilates Reformer Studio

Description: These classes build upon the skills learned in Fundamentals. More exercises are added to your repertoire to challenge both your brain and the weay you organize the body to move. Reservation required. In this class, Level practiioners: -Understand the Reformer Spring values and how they are used in exercises -Are comfortable with spinal ariticulation - Can control the equipment, including the closing of the carriage - Use breathwork appropriate for movement - Are honing thier skills in moving the body with precision - Are beginning to crate flow in their transitions in between exercises Exercises may include (but are not limited to) full expressions or variations on: Pulling Straps, Long Stretch Series, Short Box Series, Knee Stretch, Stomach Massage, Short Spine)

5:45 PM-6:45 PM Arapahoe YMCA Krystal L.
Room: Cycle Studio

Description: Indoor cycle classes simulate outdoor riding with sprinting, hill climbing and other techniques.

6:00 PM-8:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: West Gym

Description: Space is unavailable to members and non-members during this time.

6:00 PM-7:30 PM Mapleton YMCA Padma
Room: Carol J. Grever S.M.B Studio

Description: This highly reflective practice includes postures, breathing and meditation.

6:00 PM-7:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA No Instructor
Room: Pool

Description: A portion of the pool is closed for diving lessons.

6:00 PM-7:00 PM Mapleton YMCA Tiffany
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: Come try a muscle strength and endurance workout like you’ve never felt before. Use a 3 pound barbell that you can add any weight to for an intense full body workout.

6:30 PM-9:45 PM Mapleton YMCA No Instructor

Description: At least two lanes are available for lap swim.

6:35 PM-7:35 PM Arapahoe YMCA Kirk A.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: This circuit style class incorporates a wide variety of exercise equipment and movement. Get weekly assignments that will help you learn self-management skills that lead to adopting a healthy lifestyle, goal setting, how to overcome barriers to reaching fitness goals, and how to use technology as a motivator. Each class is 45 minutes of exercise and 15 minutes of discussion. No more than 8-12 people in class.

6:45 PM-7:45 PM Arapahoe YMCA Bob B.
Room: Pilates Reformer Studio

Description: These classes celebrate the rhythms of higher level reformer sequences. Admittance into Level 2 will be at the instructor's descretion and may vary from instructor to instructor. If you are new to Level 3, schedule a brief interview or assessment with the instructor before attending class. With permission from the instructor, you may also observe a class to see if it is the right level for you. Reservation is required for this class. Level 3 practioners: - show proficiency in Level 2 classes - show proficiency in spinal articulation - show proficiency in breathwork - can easily incorporate cues or adjustments given in class -can easily flow through sequences Exercises may in clude (but are not limited to) full expressions or variations on: Jackknife, Long Back Stretch, Thigh Stretch, Corkscrew, Snake, Twist, Tendon Stretch, Star, Splits, Control Front/Back.

7:00 PM-8:00 PM Arapahoe YMCA Cori E.

Description: A dance fitness class performed in the water! Exercises will focus on toning arms and legs as well as core strength. The class is fun, energizing and can make you forget that you are working out. No dance experience required.

7:15 PM-9:15 PM Mapleton YMCA Andy G.
Room: Group Exercise Studio

Description: The naginata is a traditional Japanese sword-like pole weapon, similar to the European glaive or halberd. While originally a weapon of war, the naginata now has both a form appropriate for modern competitive sport as well as a wooden form (somewhat less lethal than the original steel one) for the safe study of the ancient forms. The martial art discipline Atarashi Naginata is more than mastery of the weapon; respect, discipline and proper state of mind are just as important as physical development.

7:15 PM-8:45 PM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Carlston Ice Arena

Description: The 5280 Synchro Club will be using two lanes for practice.

9:00 PM-11:45 PM Arapahoe YMCA None
Room: Carlston Ice Arena

Description: Ice rink and locker rooms are designated for YMCA adult hockey leagues. Seasonal registration required. A no checking hockey league for adults, 18 years and older, of all levels. There are 12 regular season games followed by a post-season playoff series with up to three games. Each team has a chance to earn free ice time at the end of each season based on their sportsmanship during the season.