Health & Wellness
Group Wellness Classes
Ages: 14 and up
Group Wellness offers a wide variety of classes designed to meet all wellness levels. See Wellness Studio Schedule for Classes and Times.
Tone & Go
AIM Level 1
AIM Level 2
Program participants – Guest Fee permits access to Group Wellness Classes
BODY COMPOSITION TESTING
By appointment ONLY
This program is great for individuals looking to monitor their progress. Measure your height, weight, BMI and body fat % during your initial appointment and again six weeks later to see your progress.
Members $57• Program Participants $88
Personal Trainers are available at all three Y locations for youth, teens and adult members. Let us design a wellness program that will work for you and your goals! Our certified personal trainers will work to help you achieve your goals. Call for your appointment now!
Wellness Center Orientation
This program is great for new members that need just a little help or help finding their way around. Appointments can be made in the appointment book at the Welcome Center. Members Only
Mondays and Fridays 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. (Laura)
Wednesday 5:00 – 6:00 p.m (Gwynne)
Saturday 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. (Jessica)
Zumba is a mixture of body-sculpting moves and easy to follow dance steps with a Latin flair. Designed to strengthen, tone and improve balance and coordination.
SPINNING® Indoor Cycling Program
When: Morning, Evening, Weekend Classes
Class Schedules available at the Welcome Center Desk or online HERE!
Get fit with our nationally certified Spinning instructors! Reserved a bike up to 24 hours in advance by calling the Welcome Center Desk at (401)539-2306. Members Only
PACE (People with Arthritis Can Exercise)
When: Monday and Thursday
Times: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program
The Arcadia Y together with the Arthritis Foundation and the Rhode Island Department of Health Arthritis Action Program is proud to offer the PACE Program (People With Arthritis Can Exercise). The Arthritis Foundation specifically designed PACE for people with arthritis. This fun interactive program utilizes general recreational exercises and Personal Training activities to promote joint range of motion, flexibility, muscle strength and coordination. The program is structured to accommodate varying fitness levels. Adults with arthritis who can walk (use of assisted devices permitted), or move from a wheel chair to a straight back chair, are able to participate in these programs. Instructors are certified to teach the PACE program by the Arthritis Foundation and are CPR certified. As with any program, check with your physician before you begin.