We recently found out that gyms and fitness centers will not be allowed to reopen at the beginning of Phase 4 on June 26. We are shocked and deeply saddened, but we are resilient!  We are moving forward and offering what services and facilities we can while remaining compliant with the Governor's orders. 
The YMCA is now offering Lap Swim and Outdoor Group Exercise Classes!
Click Here to reserve your Lap Lane & Click Here to reserve Group Ex Class slots!

Click Here to learn more about our PAUSED Reopening & how you can help.



The Geneva Family YMCA
399 William St.
Geneva, NY 14456

Phone: 315-789-1616
Fax: 315-789-4259


Next Session

Dates: TBA


Please Contact Program Director, Laura Snook for more information @ 315-789-1616  or   tori_13820@yahoo.com

A growing body of research, including studies by the National Cancer Institute, confirms that exercise offers tremendous benefits to cancer patients. Physical activity may reduce the risk of cancer recurrence and increase survivorship.

Exercise can help cancer survivors:
· Reduce fatigue
· Improve muscle strength
· Improve energy levels
· Improve balance
· Increase flexibility and endurance
· Enhance confidence and self-esteem
· Improve mood and overall well-being


Certified Cancer Recovery Specialists &Program Leaders:

Laura Snook & Karen Lynch

This FREE 12-week exercise and group support program focuses on improving survivor’s physical strength and endurance and empowering them to maintain a healthy, active life.  Participants will be introduced to strength training, aerobic, and flexibility training at a gradual pace as they work with our trained and certified Cancer Recovery Specialists throughout the program. 

Participants, along with nine other survivors in a small group setting, will focus on building muscle mass and strength, increasing flexibility and endurance, and improving energy levels and self-esteem.

In addition to physical benefits, the program also focuses on the emotional well-being of survivors and their families. It provides a supportive community where people impacted by cancer can connect during treatment and beyond.