Achievers, Leaders Club, Girl Focus are some of the many life skills prep programs we offer. Learn valuable skills in financial literacy, social communications, handling your emotional health, preparing for college, learning about modern technology, and much more.
The Summit YMCA and Berkeley Heights YMCA are now offering LIVESTRONG at the YMCA, a free twelve-week, small group exercise and recovery program designed for adult cancer survivors.
In an effort to empower those living with Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders, the Summit Area YMCA now offers exercise classes that help individuals manage their quality of life, coordination, range of motion, flexibility, and more.
Children, youth and adults have fun, stay active, learn skills, explore a passion for a sport they love when they participate in our sports classes, leagues and clinics.
Whether it's parents night out, fitness fun or a holiday themed party, the Summit Area YMCA offers a variety of fun and educational special events for all ages!
We believe in the importance of water safety and that everyone should be comfortable in and around water. Anyone can learn to swim at any age at the Summit YMCA!
Achievers, FiTEENess, Teen Chef & Volunteens are some of the many great programs we offer our young adults! Learn valuable skills in financial literacy, social communications, handling your emotional health, preparing for college, learning about modern technology, and much more.
The Summit Area YMCA is pleased to be part of Healthy U, a statewide initiative to introduce the award winning CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) curriculum aimed at addressing the childhood obesity in the afterschool setting.
Directed by nationally certified trainers, this program will meet 2x a week for 12 weeks to focus on cardiovascular exercise, build muscle strength and work on flexibility in a small group non-medically supervised setting. The program is open to anyone wishing to improve or maintain cardiovascular health, whether or not they have had a cardiac event.
Also known as “The Silent Killer”, high blood pressure puts you at risk for heart disease and stroke, which are leading causes of death in the United States. Research shows that monitoring your blood pressure at least twice a month over four months may lower blood pressure in people with high blood pressure. Join the Y’s Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program and work with a trained Healthy Heart Ambassador who will coach and encourage you throughout the 4 month program.