YMCA of Southwestern Indiana

For Youth Development®
For Healthy Living
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Swim, Sports & Play

Youth Aquatics

The YMCA has been teaching people how to swim for over 100 years. So why not put this experience to work for you. There is an opportunity for year round swim lessons for infants to Lifeguarding Classes. Please click here to view the current program guide for more information about YMCA Youth Aquatics Programs.

Parent/Child Aquatics

(ages 6 months – 36 months) ‚Äď The parent/child classes are designed for learning and fun for both the parents and children. Parents are given guidance on how to develop their children‚Äôs aquatic skills. Children have the chance to explore the water and build beginning swimming and water safety skills.

  • Parent/Tot (6 months ‚Äď 24 months) ‚Äď Children are introduced to an aquatic environment and begin to learn basic water safety and swimming skills. This class is not designed to teach a child how to swim.
  • Perch (24 months ‚Äď 36 months) ‚Äď Children begin moving more independently in the water with their parents guidance. This class will prepare them for Eel at the preschool level.

Preschool Children

(ages 3-5) In addition to teaching stroke mechanics and water safety, our Preschool Swim Lessons cultivate self-esteem, encourage character development and offer long-term fitness benefits.

  • Pike – A beginner class for children who have never been in the water or are fearful of the water. Children will work on building endurance, self-confidence and are introduced to skills that will progressively allow them to move without assistance. Students require an Instructional Floatation Device (IFD) and/or assistance from the instructor at all times.
  • Eels – Students are more comfortable in the water, but are still considered a beginner. Students require the use of an IFD, but are working on coordination, confidence and endurance in the water.
  • Ray – This intermediate preschool class is for swimmers who are using the Instructional Flotation Device less and less. They will improve stroke skills, personal safety and rescue skills and endurance by swimming on their front and back.
  • Starfish – Our most advanced preschool class, for the swimmer who can swim across the pool on their front and back without assistance or an IFD. This class reviews and improves stroke skills on the front, back and side. Prerequisite: RAY

Youth Swim Lessons

(ages 6 ‚Äď 12) – Youth Swim Lessons consist of instruction based on The National YMCA Program. Stroke development, personal water safety, water sports, rescue and personal growth are included. During all swim lessons, participants and instructors find opportunities to learn and demonstrate the YMCA core values, (Caring, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility and Faith).

  • Polliwog – This is our beginner level for those who are uncomfortable in the water or haven‚Äôt ever taken swim lessons. We teach basic water skills including floating and kicking. Swimmers in this level require help from an Instructional Flotation Device or assistance from their instructor at all times.
  • Guppy – We help swimmers begin to refine their personal safety skills and strokes while they increase their endurance level. We slowly introduce deeper water so that swimmers can increase their independence.
  • Minnow – Swimmers learn to perfect the front crawl and backstroke while we introduce them to the elementary backstroke and breaststroke.
  • Fish – Students will work to perfect the crawl stroke, elementary backstroke, back crawl, breaststroke and sidestroke. They are introduced to the butterfly stroke.
  • Flying Fish – At this advanced intermediate level, students work on refining their strokes and increasing endurance. Starts and turns are introduced.
  • Shark – At this advanced level, students refine their strokes and increase their endurance, as well as add the inverted breaststroke, over arm sidestroke, individual medley and trudgen crawl.

Private Swim Lessons

(Ages 3+ years)
Private and Semi-Private swim lessons are for those individuals who wish to learn to swim at their own pace, or those who want to work on their technique. Classes are designed around the needs of each participant.

Competitive Swimming

Riptides Swim Team
On the YMCA swim team, everyone is a champion. The emphasis is on having fun and doing one’s best. The team is open to all children ages 6-18. Those swimmers must be able to complete 50 yards (2 lengths of the pool) without stopping, have the ability to swim freestyle and backstroke, and complete at least an hour practice. A free trial period is available for those kids who want to try the team for a week.

Sports (Training and Leagues)

The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana offers a variety of youth and adult sports training programs and leagues.  Sports are a great way to keep your kids active and healthy while they learn the fundamentals of their favorite sports.  Our YMCA instructor coaches emphasize fundamentals, skill progression, teamwork and cooperation over winning at any cost…while also focusing on the development of good values over developing the next superstar.

Basketball and volleyball, both YMCA inventions, along with soccer, flag football, t-ball and lacrosse are popular youth programs.  The YMCA also offers a variety of martial arts and gymnastics, dance and cheer classes.

 

Youth Sports Leagues Programs

To View Program Fliers & Registration Forms Please Click HERE

Basketball

Personal Basketball Training¬†Biddy B-Ballers Basketball Clinic (3 ‚Äď 5 years old)
Year-Round Basketball Camps
Basketball Shooting Clinics
Speed, Agility & Vertical Leap Training

Volleyball

Personal Volleyball Training
Little Setters Volleyball Clinic (1st ‚Äď 3rd grade)
Year-Round Volleyball Camps
Volleyball Skills Clinics
Speed, Agility & Vertical Leap Training

Soccer

Personal Soccer Training
First Kicks Soccer Clinic (3 ‚Äď 5 years old)
Year-Round Soccer Camps
Soccer Skills Clinics
Futsal (Indoor Soccer) ‚Äď Coming soon!
Speed, Agility & Vertical Leap Training

Martial Arts

Little Dragons (4 ‚Äď 6 years old)
Taekwondo Level 1
Taekwondo Level 2
Youth/Adult Taekwondo (Downtown)

Gymnastics

Parent & Tot Gymnastics (18 months – 3 years old)
Junior Gymnastics (3 – 5 years old)
Level 1 Gymnastics
Level 2 Gymnastics
Level 3 Gymnastics
Dance
Cheerleading

T-ball Clinic

Lacrosse

- Coming Spring 2014!

For additional information, contact the YMCA Sports Department at (812) 426-6210 ext 4315 or by e-mail at sports@ymcaswin.org.  To register by phone contact the YMCA at (812) 401-YMCA, register in person at the Dunigan or Downtown YMCA, or register online by clicking the HERE


Youth Sports Leagues

At the YMCA, everybody plays and everybody wins in our youth sports leagues.  From the moment your child steps on our fields and/or our courts, our program is designed to assist them with the advancement of their individual skill level and game knowledge while enhancing their level of play in a fun, structured and edifying atmosphere.

Our YMCA instructor coaches emphasize fundamentals, skill progression, teamwork and cooperation over winning at any cost…while also focusing on the development of character values over superstardom.

We offer leagues for 3 years to 12th grade.  So select your sport, find a league, determine a level, invite a friend and register for our next league session.  For additional information, contact the YMCA Sports Department at (812) 426-6210 ext 4315 or by e-mail at sports@ymcaswin.org.  To register by phone contact the YMCA at (812) 401-YMCA, register in person at the Dunigan or Downtown YMCA, or register online by clicking HERE :

Leagues will be held at the Dunigan and Downtown YMCA locations.

Youth sports leagues offered include:

‚Ėľ Basketball

Youth Fundamentals Basketball League
For boys and girls ages 3 to 11 years old, our fundamental youth basketball league is designed to focus on player development through fundamental skill work, sportsmanship and team building concepts every time they take the floor.¬† The league is divided by ages: All-Stars (age 3-4), Rookies (ages 5-6), Winners (ages 7-8) and Champions (ages 9-12).¬† Everyone plays (automatic sub rotation)! Players will receive 8 games, a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice session, instructor coach, a t-shirt and awards. (Youth Cheerleading coincides with this league.¬† See ‚ÄúYouth Cheerleading‚ÄĚ for details!)

Locations Available
Dunigan Family YMCA

Games
Games are held at the Dunigan YMCA and are about one hour in length and are held on Saturdays.  Players receive 8 games.  Game times will vary.

Practices
Participants are invited to attend a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice training session held on Monday evening (Note:¬† The 3 & 4 year olds will only practice prior to games on Saturday and will not have a Monday night practice session).¬† Practice training sessions are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.¬†¬† Practice times:¬† 5-6 year olds (4 p.m. or 5 p.m. ‚Äď as scheduled by the director), 7-8 year olds (6 p.m.), and 9-12 years old (7 p.m.).

Registration
The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana offers year-round sessions with sessions beginning in October, January, April and July.  Registration will begin a month prior to the start of the listed sessions.   For additional information, contact the YMCA Sports Department at (812) 426-6210 ext 4315 or by e-mail at sports@ymcaswin.org.  To register by phone contact the YMCA at (812) 401-YMCA, register in person at the Dunigan or Downtown YMCA, or register online by clicking the HERE:

Volunteers
We are always looking for energetic volunteer coaches and to assist our instructor coaches during games and at practice sessions to help the YMCA build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Please contact the Senior Sports Program Director at sports@ymcaswin.org or inform the site program director if you wish to be a volunteer coach.

Recommended Equipment
Basketball shoes and shorts are required. The YMCA will provide shirts, game balls and all other equipment.

Youth Competitive Basketball League

Take your game to the next level with the YMCA Competitive Youth Basketball League.¬† Our league is designed to assist players (3rd ‚Äď 12th grade) with the evolution of their individual skill level while enhancing their level of play in a fun, competitive and structured environment.¬† Fundamentals, sportsmanship, skill progression and teamwork are emphasized.¬† Everyone plays (automatic sub rotation)! Players will receive 7 games, a single-elimination tournament (8 games only for 3rd/4th grade), a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice session, instructor coach, a t-shirt and tournament championship t-shirts for the winning team (individual awards for 3rd/4th grade only). ¬†Practices are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.

Locations Available
Downtown YMCA

Games
Games are held at the Downtown YMCA and are about one hour in length and are held on Saturday afternoon.  Players will receive 7 games and a single-elimination tournament (8 games only for 3rd/4th grade).  Game times will vary.

Practices
Participants are invited to attend a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice training session held on Tuesday evening.  Practice training sessions are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.   Practice times:  3rd-4th Grade (5:30 p.m.), 5th-6th Grade (6:30 p.m.) and 7th-9th grade / 10th-12th grade (7:30 p.m.).

Registration
The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana offers year-round sessions with sessions beginning in October, January, April and July.  Registration will begin a month prior to the start of the listed sessions.   For additional information, contact the YMCA Sports Department at (812) 426-6210 ext 4315 or by e-mail at sports@ymcaswin.org.  To register by phone contact the YMCA at (812) 401-YMCA, register in person at the Dunigan or Downtown YMCA, or register online by clicking HERE :

Volunteers
We are always looking for energetic volunteer coaches and to assist our instructor coaches during games and at practice sessions to help the YMCA build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Please contact the Senior Sports Program Director at sports@ymcaswin.org or inform the site program director if you wish to be a volunteer coach.

Recommended Equipment
Basketball shoes and shorts are required. The YMCA will provide shirts, game balls and all other equipment.


‚Ėľ Flag football

Youth Flag Football League
Our flag football youth league is designed to introduce boys and girls, (ages 3 to 11) to the fundamental elements of football in a fun, instructional and safe environment.  From the moment your child steps on the field, our program is designed to assist each player with the advancement of their individual skill level and football knowledge while enhancing their level of play in a fun and structured environment.  Everyone plays (automatic sub rotation)!

Players will receive 8 games, a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice session, coach, a football jersey and awards.  Practices are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.

Locations Available
Dunigan Family YMCA (Charis Sports Fields)

Games
Games are held at the YMCA Charis Sports Fields.  Games are about one hour in length and are held on Saturday.  Players will receive 8 games.  Game times will vary.

Practices
Participants are invited to attend a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice training session held on Thursday evening.  Practice training sessions are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.   Practice times:  3-4 year olds (5 p.m.), 5-6 year olds (5 p.m.), 7-8 year olds (6 p.m.) and 9-11 year olds (6 p.m.).

Registration
The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana offers year-round sessions with sessions beginning in late August, April and July.  Registration will begin a month prior to the start of the listed sessions.   For additional information, contact the YMCA Sports Department at (812) 426-6210 ext 4315 or by e-mail at sports@ymcaswin.org.  To register by phone contact the YMCA at (812) 401-YMCA, register in person at the Dunigan or Downtown YMCA, or register online by clicking HERE:

Volunteers
We are always looking for energetic volunteer coaches and to assist our instructor coaches during games and at practice sessions to help the YMCA build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Please contact the Senior Sports Program Director at sports@ymcaswin.org or inform the site program director if you wish to be a volunteer coach.

Recommended Equipment
Mouth guards are required to participate in the league. A jersey is provided by the YMCA as well as flags.


‚Ėľ Soccer

Youth Fundamentals Soccer League
For boys and girls ages 3 to 8 years old, our fundamental youth soccer league is designed to focus on player development through fundamental skill work, sportsmanship and team building concepts every time they take the field.  The league is divided by ages: Pee Wee (age 3-4), Kickers (ages 5-6), and Jugglers (ages 7-8).  Sportsmanship, skill progression and teamwork are emphasized.  Everyone plays (automatic sub rotation)! Players will receive 8 games, a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice session, instructor coach, a t-shirt and awards.  Practices are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.

Locations Available
Dunigan Family YMCA (Charis Sports Fields)

Games
Games are held at the YMCA Charis Sports Fields.  Games are about one hour in length and are held on Saturday.  Players will receive 8 games.  Game times will vary.

Practices
Participants are invited to attend a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice training session held on Tuesday evening.  Practice training sessions are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.   Practice times:  3-4 year olds (5:30 p.m.), 5-6 year olds (5:30 p.m.) and 7-8 year olds (6:30 p.m.).

Registration
The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana offers year-round sessions with sessions beginning in late August, April and July.  Registration will begin a month prior to the start of the listed sessions.   For additional information, contact the YMCA Sports Department at (812) 426-6210 ext 4315 or by e-mail at sports@ymcaswin.org.  To register by phone contact the YMCA at (812) 401-YMCA, register in person at the Dunigan or Downtown YMCA, or register online by clicking HERE:

Volunteers
We are always looking for energetic volunteer coaches and to assist our instructor coaches during games and at practice sessions to help the YMCA build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Please contact the Senior Sports Program Director at sports@ymcaswin.org or inform the site program director if you wish to be a volunteer coach.

Recommended Equipment
Shin guards are required to participate in the league…cleats and mouth guards are optional (regular tennis shoes recommended).  A t-shirt is provided by the YMCA.

Youth Competitive Soccer League
Kick up your skills with the YMCA Competitive Youth Soccer League.¬† Our league is designed to assist players (5th ‚Äď 8th grade) with the evolution of their individual skill level while enhancing their level of play in a fun, competitive and structured environment.¬† Fundamentals, sportsmanship, skill progression and teamwork are emphasized.¬† Everyone plays (automatic sub rotation)! Players will receive 7 games, a single-elimination tournament, a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice session, instructor coach, league t-shirt and tournament championship t-shirts for the winning team. ¬†Practices are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.

Locations Available
Dunigan Family YMCA (Charis Sports Fields)

Games
Games are held at the YMCA Charis Sports Fields.  Games are about one hour in length and are held on Saturday.  Players will receive 7 games and a single-elimination tournament.  Game times will vary.

Practices
Participants are invited to attend a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice training session held on Wednesday evening.  Practice training sessions are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.   Practice times:  5th-6th grade (5:30 p.m.) and 7th-8th grade (6:30 p.m.).

Registration
The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana offers year-round sessions with sessions beginning in late August, April and July.  Registration will begin a month prior to the start of the listed sessions.   For additional information, contact the YMCA Sports Department at (812) 426-6210 ext 4315 or by e-mail at sports@ymcaswin.org.  To register by phone contact the YMCA at (812) 401-YMCA, register in person at the Dunigan or Downtown YMCA, or register online by clicking HERE :

Volunteers
We are always looking for energetic volunteer coaches and to assist our instructor coaches during games and at practice sessions to help the YMCA build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Please contact the Senior Sports Program Director at sports@ymcaswin.org or inform the site program director if you wish to be a volunteer coach.

Recommended Equipment
Shin guards are required to participate in the league…cleats and mouth guards are optional (regular tennis shoes recommended).  A t-shirt is provided by the YMCA.


‚Ėľ T-Ball

Youth Pee Wee T-Ball
Let’s play ball!  The YMCA Pee Wee T-Ball program is designed to focus on skill development, rules of baseball, fundamentals and YMCA character values for kids 3 to 6 years old.  From the moment your child steps on the field, our program is designed to assist each player with their understanding of the game of baseball while working to assist them with the advancement of their individual skill level.  Parent involvement is crucial to run this program and parent coaches are highly encouraged.  Everyone plays! Players will receive 6 games, coach, league t-shirt and baseball cap.

Locations Available
Dunigan Family YMCA (Charis Sports Fields)

Games
Games are held at the YMCA Charis Sports Fields.  Sessions are about one hour in length and are held on Thursday.  Players will receive 6 games.  Game times will vary.

Practices
Participants will practice prior to the start of games on Thursday.

Registration
The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana offers year-round sessions with sessions beginning in late August, April and July.  Registration will begin a month prior to the start of the listed sessions.   For additional information, contact the YMCA Sports Department at (812) 426-6210 ext 4315 or by e-mail at sports@ymcaswin.org.  To register by phone contact the YMCA at (812) 401-YMCA, register in person at the Dunigan or Downtown YMCA, or register online by clicking the REGISTER BUTTON:

Volunteers
We are always looking for energetic volunteer coaches and to assist our instructor coaches during games and at practice sessions to help the YMCA build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Please contact the Senior Sports Program Director at sports@ymcaswin.org or inform the site program director if you wish to be a volunteer coach.

Recommended Equipment
A baseball glove is required to participate in the league…cleats and mouth guards are optional (regular tennis shoes recommended).  A t-shirt and baseball cap are provided by the YMCA.


‚Ėľ Cheerleading

Youth Cheerleading
Cheerleading is now at the Y!  Cheerleading (5-12 yrs old) offers the opportunity for kids to develop self reliance and self confidence on an individual level while stressing the importance of teamwork within a cheer squad.  Cheerleaders will learn basic skills, chants, cheers, jumps and experience the performance aspect of cheerleading at our Youth Fundamental Basketball games.  Participants receive a t-shirt and pom-poms.

(Youth Cheerleading coincides with the ‚ÄúYouth Fundamentals Basketball League‚ÄĚ)

Locations Available
Dunigan Family YMCA

Games/Practices
Sessions are held at the Dunigan YMCA.  Session times are about one hour in length and are held on Saturday.  Participants will cheer during the Youth Fundamentals Basketball League games.  Game/Practice times:  5-6 year olds (9:00 a.m.), 7-8 year olds (10:00 a.m.) and 9-12 year olds (11:00 a.m.).

Registration
The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana offers year-round sessions with sessions beginning in October, January, April and July.  Registration will begin a month prior to the start of the listed sessions.   For additional information, contact the YMCA Sports Department at (812) 426-6210 ext 4315 or by e-mail at sports@ymcaswin.org.  To register by phone contact the YMCA at (812) 401-YMCA, register in person at the Dunigan or Downtown YMCA, or register online by clicking HERE:

Volunteers
We are always looking for energetic volunteer coaches and to assist our instructor coaches during games and at practice sessions to help the YMCA build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Please contact the Senior Sports Program Director at sports@ymcaswin.org or inform the site program director if you wish to be a volunteer coach.

Recommended Equipment
Tennis shoes are required.  A t-shirt and pom-poms will be provided by the YMCA.


‚Ėľ Volleyball

Youth Volleyball League
Serve up your volleyball skills with the YMCA Youth Volleyball League.¬† Our league is designed to assist players (4th ‚Äď 12th grade) with the evolution of their individual skill level while enhancing their level of play in a fun, competitive and structured environment.¬† Fundamentals, sportsmanship, skill progression and teamwork are emphasized.¬† Everyone plays (automatic sub rotation)! Players will receive 7 games, a single-elimination tournament, a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice session, instructor coach, league t-shirt and tournament championship t-shirts for the winning team. ¬†Practices are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.

Locations Available
Dunigan Family YMCA

Games
Games are held at the Dunigan YMCA and are about one hour in length and are held on Saturday afternoons for 4th-6th grade / 7th-8th grade…and Sunday afternoons for JV and Varsity level players.  Players will receive 7 games and a single-elimination tournament.  Game times will vary.

Practices
Participants are invited to attend a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice training session held on Wednesday evening.  Practice training sessions are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.   Practice times:  4th-6th Grade (6:00 p.m.), 7th-9th grade (7:00 p.m.) and JV/Varsity [9th-12th grade] (8:00 p.m.).

Registration
The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana offers year-round sessions with sessions beginning in October, January, April and July.  Registration will begin a month prior to the start of the listed sessions.   For additional information, contact the YMCA Sports Department at (812) 426-6210 ext 4315 or by e-mail at sports@ymcaswin.org.  To register by phone contact the YMCA at (812) 401-YMCA, register in person at the Dunigan or Downtown YMCA, or register online by clicking HERE:

Volunteers
We are always looking for energetic volunteer coaches and to assist our instructor coaches during games and at practice sessions to help the YMCA build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Please contact the Senior Sports Program Director at sports@ymcaswin.org or inform the site program director if you wish to be a volunteer coach.

Recommended Equipment
Volleyball (or tennis) shoes and shorts are required. The YMCA will provide shirts, balls and all other equipment.


‚Ėľ Lacrosse

Youth Lacrosse League
Take your game to the next level with the YMCA Youth Lacrosse League.  Our league is designed to assist players with the evolution of their individual skill level while enhancing their level of play in a fun, competitive and structured environment.  Fundamentals, sportsmanship, skill progression and teamwork are emphasized.  Everyone plays (automatic sub rotation)!

Practices are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.

Locations Available
Dunigan Family YMCA (Charis Sports Fields)

Games
Games are held at the YMCA Charis Sports Fields.  Games are about one hour in length and will be held on Saturday.  Game times will vary.

Practices
Participants are invited to attend a weekly one-hour instructor-led practice training session.  Practice training sessions are optional but highly encouraged for skill development.   Practice times:  TBA

Registration
The YMCA of Southwestern Indiana offers year-round sessions with sessions beginning in late August, April and July.  Registration will begin a month prior to the start of the listed sessions.   For additional information, contact the YMCA Sports Department at (812) 426-6210 ext 4315 or by e-mail at sports@ymcaswin.org.  To register by phone contact the YMCA at (812) 401-YMCA, register in person at the Dunigan or Downtown YMCA, or register online by clicking HERE:

Volunteers
We are always looking for energetic volunteer coaches and to assist our instructor coaches during games and at practice sessions to help the YMCA build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities. Please contact the Senior Sports Program Director at sports@ymcaswin.org or inform the site program director if you wish to be a volunteer coach.

Recommended Equipment
Lacrosse stick, pads, gloves and mouth guard are required to participate in the league…cleats are optional (regular tennis shoes recommended).  A t-shirt is provided by the YMCA.


Please click here to view the current program guide for more information about YMCA programs.