Child Watch is a drop-in program for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years. Child Watch is held at our indoor play area and is overseen by Y staff.
Our Child Watch staff is fully background checked, fingerprinted, and CPR/First Aid trained! We've got the best team in town.
Child Watch is a free service to members and guests of the Pueblo Y.
Drop in today!
Corporate Cup at the YMCA of Pueblo is a community competition between local organizations and businesses, promoting fitness, health, and wellness in the workplace. This is our 30th year, so get signed up and make your business or organization better than ever!
We've partnered with Richard Martinez of the Pueblo Dance Company to bring dance lessons to dancers of all skill levels. You can sign up as just one person or as a couple.
We have two sessions coming up:
First 6 week session: Jan 12, 19, 26, Feb2, 9, 16
6:00p-6:50p Ballroom Cha-Cha I - Now is your chance to learn this fun Latin ballroom dance. No Partner Required.
7:00p-7:50p West Coast Swing I - West Coast Swing is a great swing dance that can be done to a various genre of music. This session will teach you the basic six count patterns. No partner required..
Second 6 week session: Mar 9, 16, 23, 30 Apr 6, 13
6:00p-6:50p Ballroom Cha-Cha II - A continuation of Ballroom Cha-Cha I. Learn more fun patterns to spice up your Latin Ballroom dancing. No partner required.
7:00p-7:50p West Coast Swing II - A continuation of West Coast Swing II. In this session you will learn the basic eight count patterns. No partner required.
Singles: $30 Y member / $45 non member
Couple: $60 Y member / $90 non member
Committing to new habits can be a challenge. If you show up more often to the Y, you’ll be more likely to make exercise, socializing, and playtime part of your routine. Join the Frequent Y’er program and let us help encourage your
How it works:
Participate in at least 12 YMCA programs and activities in one month, and you’ll be entered to win membership prizes and more! Complete a card for 3 consecutive months and earn a T shirt! Included activities are swimming, group fitness, wellness coaching in our strength area, gym sports, climbing, social activities, and more! Have a staff member sign off on your card each time you participate (one activity counted per day).
Y members age 18 and older can participate in the program.
Just come in and get a card at the Y!
We know that staying healthy involves more than working out. Our programs and services focus on the entire family's health, while providing a variety of fitness and wellness programs to serve a person's unique needs.
At the Y, we provide educational programs to promote healthier decisions so you can know the best ways to stay fit. We offer the latest fitness classes, personalized training programs, sports leagues for all ages and so much more.
The MEND Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire children, families and adults to lead and sustain fitter, healthier and happier lives. Our focus is on changing the behaviors that cause overweight and obesity through our MEND 7-13 Program. The Pueblo Y is a proud partner of MEND. Learn how you may be eligible for this FREE program!
Sports are naturally fun for children and adults. At the Y we are as interested in developing character as we are in developing healthy athletes. The Pueblo Y has youth leagues for basketball, flag football, soccer, and volleyball. We do not conduct tryouts and our coaches stress good sportsmanship and skills development over winning. During the season team members receive equal practice time and will play at least one half of every game. In addition to learning the fundamentals of sports and inclusion in games, your kids will also learn the Y’s four core values: caring, honesty, respect and responsibility - winning strategies for in and out of the game!
The Y - Everybody plays... everybody wins!
The YMCA of Pueblo offers training and certifications for health and safety such as CPR, Swim Instructor and lifeguarding. Courses are taught by accredited professionals.
Swim Instructor Training
This course provides participants with the basic knowledge and skills to teach YMCA swim lessons to parent-child pairs, preschoolers, youth and adults. It includes both land and pool sessions, lesson planning, teaching methodology, class organization, class components and skills for the YMCA progressive program. The course also covers the Y's expectations for instructors and outlines their responsibilities for teaching YMCA Aquatics classes that are student centered, values oriented and safe and effective in teaching aquatic skills.
Included in the course is the YMCA Instructor Safety Assistant Module. YMCA Instructor Safety Assistant (YISA), which will be taught by YSL trainers and will replace the YASA prerequisite. The YISA course focuses on how an instructor can assist and help a lifeguard in the event of an emergency in the pool area. It will teach lifeguards who are also swim instructors what role to play during an emergency while they are teaching rather than guarding. YISA is the fifth module within the YSL instructor course and helps reinforce aquatic safety, streamline the training system and decrease the required training hours.
April 23/24 5:00pm-9:00pm @ the Y, April 25th 8:00am-6:00pm @ the Y
April 26th 9:00am-6:00pm @ CSU-Pueblo student recreation facility.
Dates and times are subject to change. Must attend all classes to complete the course.
For more information and registration please contact Lacy Schalamon (719) 543-5151 ext. 401 or at email@example.com
CPR PRO/AED/First Aid
The purpose of the American Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers course is to teach those with a duty to act (professional rescuers and health care providers) the knowledge and skills needed to respond appropriately to breathing and cardiac emergencies until more advanced medical personnel take over. This includes the use of an automated external defi brillator (AED) to care for a victim experiencing cardiac arrest. To successfully complete the course, you must attend the entire course, participate in all skill sessions and scenarios, demonstrate competency in all required skills and scenarios, and pass the fi nal written exam with a minimum grade of 80 percent. Some skill sessions require strenuous physical activity. Please wear comfortable clothing and avoid wearing dangling jewelry or jewelry with sharp edges. If you have a medical condition or disability or if you have any questions regarding your ability to participate fully in this course, discuss this with your health care provider and the local Red Cross chapter before you start the course. Before attending the fi rst class, please be sure you have read the attached document, Health Precautions and Guidelines During Training. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers certificate.
Saturday April 25th 12:00pm-5:00pm @ the Y
Saturday May 16th 12:00pm-5:00pm @ the Y
Saturday August 22nd 12:00pm-5:00pm @ the Y
Saturday October 24th 12:00pm-5:00pm @ the Y
Saturday December 19th 12:00pm-5:00pm @ the Y
Dates and times are subject to change.
For more information please contact Camille Arnold (719) 543-5151 ext. 323 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
The YMCA of Pueblo Turkey Trot run / walk is for the entire community, and is the best way to get ready for the big meal with your friends and family! November 27th, 2014. The Turkey Trot is as much about community, fun, and family as it is about fitness, running, and of course...the race!