Aikido is a unique method of self-defense derived from Japanese Bujutsu (warrior Arts). Aikido is a blend of redirecting the energy of an attacker to a different direction, thereby protecting yourself and the attacker from injury.
Basketball was created by Dr. James Naismith at a YMCA in 1891, and the tradition continues today. Youth Basketball promotes active kids, healthy competition and the Y's values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.
Flag football at the Y is a fun and safe way to learn the fundamentals of the sport without heavy contact.
Introductory classes teach age-appropriate skills and fundamentals of gymnastics/tumbling, while also developing an appreciation for the sport.
Little Tikes is an instructional program designed to introduce sports in a non-competitive and fun environment.
Improve self-confidence, self-control, concentration, coordination, reflexes, discipline, and overall health as you learn self-defense techniques. Uniforms and testing are optional for all YMCA Martial Arts Classes.
Soccer is the perfect sport to get your child active as they kick, pass and shoot their way to fun and excitement.
Our volleyball leagues are designed to develop fundamental volleyball skills while learning teamwork, strategy, and sportsmanship. Skills taught include serving, passing, setting, hitting, and the rules of the game.
T-Ball & Coach Pitch
Y teaches the fundamentals of the game with no try-outs, no getting cut, and no bench warmers. Everyone plays and everyone is part of the team.
YMCA Youth Sports is teaming up with Kansas Wesleyan University to host sports camps/clinics that will provide fundamental activities to youth from KWU and in a positive and fun learning atmosphere.