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Stay & Play coming to Newtown Branch April 23

stayplayROur Newtown branch is thrilled to announce that Stay & Play babysitting services will be available beginning April 23 allowing members to workout and participate in programs while we watch the kids. Members with family memberships or one adult and dependent(s) and two adults and dependent(s) membership categories, can utilize Stay & Play babysitting for their children up to two hours per day, free of charge as part of their membership.

The service is already available at our Fairless Hills, Doylestown and Warminster branches. Contact the branch for full details at 215-579-6200.

New Window Tinting at Newtown branch

sun glareRMembers are enjoying the recent improvements at our Newtown branch!  New window tinting was installed last week and provides a reduction in heat (by 79%), glare (by 86%) and sun damage and ultraviolet rays (by 99.9%). As the days get sunnier it will make working out a lot cooler! Questions? Contact Nicole at the Newtown branch.

Prediabetes and You, a Hidden Risk

stopdiabetesRTuesday, March 27, is American Diabetes Association (ADA) Alert Day®, and Central and Lower Bucks Family YMCAs want residents of Bucks County to know their risk for prediabetes and type 2 diabetes, as well as preventive steps they can take today to reduce the chances of developing the disease.


Water Safety Days

water safetyRWater Safety Days have arrived at Lower Bucks Family YMCA. Swim instructors recently taught a lesson to a local Cub Scout Troop with an in-water, swim ability test for each child too. Our instructors reviewed  general safety rules and youth had the opportunity to ask questions about being a lifeguard and aquatics professional. The activity culminated with groups drawing their own lifeguard  and describing what their lifeguard does.

Brochure Correction!

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Our Spring I brochure was inadvertently printed with an error on page 17. The pricing for Morrisville/Pennsbury School Age Child Care should read $148/week. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. 

Click HERE to view the corrected page

Veterans Wellness Program begins soon


We invite veterans of all ages and abilities and their spouses to take part in our FREE program located at our Newtown and Fairless Hills branches. Registration required.

› Click HERE for full information

Ryan's Functional Fitness Journey

Functional fitness can change your body and your workout habits. Read more, directly from member Ryan and the change in self that can take place through Functional Fitness.
The third and fourth week of my journey to a better self. “I left every workout feeling like i had poured 100% of myself in to it”
After my first two weeks of Small Group Training in functional fitness classes, I felt compelled to keep coming. I met these great people (other members and Andrea) who genuinely wanted to see me progress and who cheered me on during each workout. I had hit that point mentally where I planned on coming because I wanted to and because it was becoming a habit.
I was starting to see some progress in my form as well as some small improvements in my cardio. As my strength and cardio improved I was able to take less breaks and work a little harder. My core and balance were my two biggest weak spots when I started class, I struggled with basic lunges and even stretches that had me standing on one leg. Even a basic plank was tough for me to hold for more than 30 seconds. But as the weeks progressed my balance started to get better and my form during lunges had improved.Progress, even as little as i thought it was had finally started to show. I left every workout feeling like i had poured 100% of myself in to it while also feeling energized and motivated. Hard work and determination we’re paying off and i finally had the courage to step on the scale...7 pounds down at the end of my fourth week.
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We believe that to bring about meaningful change in individuals and communities, we must be focused and accountable. At the Y, we measure the success of our cause by how well we engage communities in our three areas of focus.