- New Welcome Center (front desk) to provide better service to members.
- New social gathering areas to connect with old friends and make new ones.
- Improved wellness amenities with the addition of a new indoor cycling studio.
- Addition of family locker rooms to provide a convenient place for the family to change.
- Upgraded men’s locker rooms and new women’s locker rooms with larger saunas and steam rooms.
- Addition of environmentally friendly features such as specially designed landscaping and energy efficient windows to provide natural light throughout the facility and save on electricity use.
- Child Development programs for kids grade K-5.
- After school Teen fitness, youth sports leagues and mentoring programs.
- Summer and Specialty Camp programs.
- Adult sports leagues and group fitness classes.
- Aquatics programs, including swim lessons, water aerobics and lap swim.
- Safe Start, a survival swimming program for infants.
- Volunteer opportunities in coaching, fundraising, boards and local committees.
- Coach Approach, our new program being introduced to keep members active and adhere to a regular exercise routine, done at home or at the Y, that is manageable, realistic and customized to your needs.
About the YThe YMCA of Central Florida is one of the area’s largest nonprofits committed to strengthening the local communities it serves. It is a diverse organization of men, women and children joined by a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility. Each day 25,000 Central Florida residents are impacted by the Y when a mentor inspires a child, individuals make healthy choices and a community comes together for common good. In 2010, this YMCA Association of over 1,600 employees across 6 Florida counties impacted over 225,000 residents and invested, during a down economy, $10.2 million in its local communities through neighborhood improvement projects. Also, this Y provided $9.2 million in financial assistance to children and families that resulted in lasting personal and social change. CONTACT: Amanda Forbes, APR 407-849-0100 [email protected]