YMCA AT THE ATHENAEUM HOURS
PLAY & LEARN HOURS
Ready to take your yoga practice to the next level? Try one (or all) of our new monthly Yoga workshops.
In this month’s workshop in preparation for the upcoming holidays, we are zoning in on: breathing techniques, poses that promote stress reduction, and relaxation techniques. This will be taught by candlelight and we will likely spend some extra time in poses like Child’s pose and Savasana. This will be a 4 part series throughout the holiday season designed for new students and experienced yogis, alike.
Join a group for a 30 minute walk to rejuvenate your spirit, mind and body. Enjoy the social and physical benefits of meeting with a group and being in motion.
We set a pace where no one is left behind and welcome all to come and find community while staying active.
This activity is FREE to Y members.
Our Youth Cooking Workshops offer your child a day of fun at the Y!
We will spend the morning learning recipes and cooking in our teaching kitchen, eat what we make for lunch, and spend the afternoon playing games in the gym, swimming and doing crafts.
While in the kitchen, we focus on basic cooking skills, kitchen safety best-practices and a specialized menu. Each participant will go home with a copy of the day’s recipes.
Child care is available both before and after class for a fee.
SPECIAL OFFER: Register for 3 classes, get fourth class 50% off! (Must call 317.715.2131 to redeem.)
Questions or dietary restrictions? Contact Mia Schulte at 317.715.2131.
Join us once again for the cutest, cuddliest event of the season, BUNNY YOGA! Enjoy a relaxing yoga class with adorable, adoptable bunnies from local rescue organization, A Critter’s Chance. You’ll hop and play for the ultimate Zen experience.
Admission is a $10 donation that is split between the YMCA at the City Market’s Annual Campaign and A Critter’s Chance. Donations to the YMCA’s Annual Campaign help children and families afford Y memberships and programs. Donations to A Critter’s Chance support their organization’s work. Funds go towards spaying/neutering and adoption costs for animals they house, including the bunnies. Space is limited so reserve your spot early!