Registraition for YWCA fall classes starts October 7, 2013

Posted: Monday, September 23, 2013

Registration for YWCA Fall Classes Starts October 7, 2013

Ridgewood, NJ—September 23, 2013—Registration for the next session of YWCA Bergen County programs starts Monday, October 7 at 8:30 a.m. Classes run from October 27 through December 21 at the YWCA’s 112 Oak Street, Ridgewood location, and members can register at, by phone, or in person.

New for Adults: Zumba® Sentao is a cardio workout that uses chair based choreography to strengthen, improve balance and stabilize the core. Prenatal Fitness features low impact cardio, strength training and stretching appropriate for expectant mothers. Chair Yoga creatively uses folding chairs, walls and yoga props to achieve the benefits of a traditional yoga class, uniting the body, mind and spirit.

New for Kids & Teens: Golf Basics for Girls is for teens (ages13-18) who dream of going to college on a sports scholarship. Synchronized Swimming (ages 7 and up) teaches synchronized swim skills and figures and prepares swimmers for competition with the YWCA Synchro Stars. Lil’ Dragons Judo (ages 4-7) and U.S.J.A. Judo (ages 5 to adult) teach self-defense as well as important life skills like self-confidence and discipline.

The YWCA offers dozens of other fitness, wellness, and enrichment programs for kids, teens, adults, and seniors, as well as American Red Cross certified swim classes for swimmers at every age and level. Drop-in child care is also available at the 112 Oak Street, Ridgewood facility. Visit or call 201-444-5600 for more information.

About YWCA Bergen County
YWCA Bergen County ( is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. We are the area’s largest provider of child care services, a recognized leader in health and fitness programs, and operator of healingSPACE, the county’s only Sexual Violence Resource Center. Celebrating nearly a century of commitment to our community, today we improve the lives of thousands of women, girls, and their families.