Weight can be misleading when used as an indicator of health. Your body is a complex structure made of different components such as water, fat and muscle. To thoroughly learn about your body and its condition, take the InBody test. In less than 30 seconds, the InBody will reveal your body fat percentage, muscle distribution, and body water balance. Watch the improvements from exercise and diet and do not let your hard work go to waste.
* Please call about specific steps that should be followed prior to your test.
Contact: Josh Klingenberg,, 509-525-8863
Ages: 14+
Times: Schedule with Wellness Staff




Program Participant


* This test is free to all members who also sign up for a FitStart

The Walla Walla YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program is a CDC approved and evidence-based lifestyle change program for preventing type 2 diabetes. This year-long program has proven to help people who have prediabetes and are at risk for type 2 diabetes, make achievable and realistic lifestyle changes and cut their risk of developing type 2 diabetes by as much as 71%. These changes include: eating healthier, increasing physical activity, and improving problem-solving and coping skills. Small groups of participants meet with a trained lifestyle coach and work toward making lifestyle changes to prevent diabetes. Sessions are weekly for 4 months, bi-weekly for 6 weeks, and monthly for 6 months. For more information, please log onto
Contact: Robert Rankin,, 509-525-8863
Location: YMCA
Ages: 18+
Dates: Ongoing


The Lose to Win program helps participants achieve their desired weight loss permanently by establishing accountability, planning and problem solving measures while receiving group support from a coach. This year-long program is led by a team of specialized weight loss trainers, lifestyle coaches and nutrition specialists. Your support team combines the latest science with motivation, yielding sustainable weight loss for you!
*This program is for participants who are currently not at a healthy weight and need assistance achieving weight loss goals. Specific requirements are needed for eligibility. Please contact Theresa Osborne for more specific information and to register.
**Spanish speaking classes are available upon request.
***This program is 1 year in length. The first 12 weeks, participants meet
1 hour per week. After that, for the next 9 months, participants meet 1hour per month.
Contact: Theresa Osborne,, 509-525-8863
Location: YMCA Board Room
Ages: 18+
Dates: Starting Wednesday, June 7th (full-year program)
Times: 9 -10 AM

Included with Membership. This program is only available to YMCA members. Please inquire at the Welcome Center about membership options.


This small group, instructor-lead class is designed for those who have experienced or are currently in challenging health situations. Heart attack, stroke, heart disease, diabetes, cancer and auto-immune illnesses are all examples of chronic conditions that we will address through exercise. This class includes a light 15-minute warm-up and 45 minutes of a supervised, individually based workout.
Contact: Theresa Osborne,, 509-525-8863
Ages: 18+
Dates: Ongoing
Days: M/W/F
Times: 7:30-8:30 AM and 10 -11AM

YMCA MemberProgram Participant
Included with membership7 visit complimentary pass with doctor referral

NOTE: Need-based medical scholarship available with doctor referral

Medical Adult Scholarships are a way for doctors to encourage preventative health care and provide patients with the skills they need to enhance their own health and recovery. Those who would like to receive a scholarship must bring in a doctor’s referral. The referred individual will be asked to come to an orientation meeting and will receive a 7-visit punch card pass to the YMCA. During this time the referred individual will meet with a qualified wellness staff person who will help create an exercise program that works within their limitations and medical concerns.
Note: To qualify for this program you must show financial need and a willingness to take part in utilizing the YMCA facility to assist you in achieving your health goals. Access to the facility will be monitored and a lack of utilization will result in the termination of the scholarship.
Note: Personas de habla español deben traer un interprete a la orientacíon. Despues de que los requisites de la oríetacíon hallan sído aprobados, por favor vengan preparados y mostrar necesídad de ayuda financier con comprobantes de ingresos.
*Please be prepared to show financial need through proof of income after orientation qualifications have been met.
Contact: Theresa Osborne,, 509-525-8863
Ages: 18+
Dates: 1st Monday of the month 6-8 PM
2nd Thursday of the month 2-4 PM
Registration: You can register by coming into the Y or by calling 509-525-8863.

Free 7-visit punch card pass to the Y with doctor referral. Scholarship amount is based on income. Joining fee is waived upon completion of the first month.

Bring you lunch and join us every second Wednesday of the month as we explore various topics in health and wellness. This lecture-based program is designed for you to learn and ask questions from some of this area’s leading experts in the field of health and wellness.
Contact: Lori Larson,, 509-525-8863
Location: Board Room
Ages: 18+
Dates: 2nd Wednesday of the month
Times: 12:10-12:55 PM

Free for Y members and open to the public