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YMCA holds open houses on Oahu

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The YMCA of Honolulu is hosting an island-wide open house at seven branches on Oahu to show its renewed commitment to community-wide health. 

For people seeking a healthier lifestyle as part of their New Year's resolutions, the YMCA of Honolulu is offering a plan to help individuals achieve their health and wellness goals. 

Members who join the YMCA on January 8 will get a four-week Jumpstart Program, which includes four weeks with a certified personal wellness coach.

 According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only 15 to 20 percent of people stay with their exercise program long enough to see any health benefits.

The Jumpstart Program teaches exercisers how to stick with their health and wellness program by supporting their short and long-term goals, which may include nutrition, exercise, pain and stress management and overall healthy living.

The open house will offer group exercise classes and demonstrations, health-related vendors, family activities, prizes and a special Open House island-wide membership rate

WHEN: Saturday, January 8, 2011, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

WHERE: Central YMCA – 401 Atkinson Drive, Contact:  Eric Bautisa, 941-3344

               Kaimuki YMCA – 4835 Kilauea Avenue, Contact:  Debbie Victor, 737-5544

               Kalihi YMCA – 1335 Kalihi Street, Contact:  Steven Kranz, 848-2494

                Leeward YMCA – 94-440 Mokuola Street, Contact:  Keola Taniguchi, 671-6495

                Mililani YMCA – 95-1190 Hikikaulia Street, Contact:  Deborah Thierbach, 625-1040

                Nuuanu YMCA – 1441 Pali Highway, Contact:  Jean Riederer, 536-3556

                Windward YMCA – 1200 Kailua Road, Contact:  Ananda Chou, 261-0808

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