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A place where we all can connect


At the Y, we’re committed to helping you live a healthier, stronger life. That’s why we’ve partnered with YMCA360 to provide our members with a 360-degree seamless Y experience. No matter where you are, you can connect with our Y community to access the best in online fitness classes, youth sports skills, and healthy living resources.

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A New Kind of Membership

YMCA360 brings your membership full-circle. All YMCA of Greater Waukesha County members enjoy an exclusive collection of on-demand and livestream classes online, PLUS the benefits of belonging to the Y.

Access to YMCA360 is included with every membership at no additional charge. Not a member? Join online today!

Your Virtual YMCA

Experience the Y like never before! YMCA360 provides a way for members of all ages, interests, and activity levels to engage with the Y anytime, anywhere. A growing library of on-demand exercise classes and programs is accessible 24/7 on mobile devices, TV, and web. From yoga to youth sports, new content is being added weekly, so there’s something for everyone!

Frequently Asked Questions

YMCA360 is an on-demand video platform that serves you wherever you are. The virtual healthy living network brings group exercise classes, youth sports skills, well-being programming, and more to our Y community.

Yes, you need to be a YMCA member to access YMCA360. If you are a YMCA of Greater Waukesha County member, YMCA360 is included as part of your membership.

YMCA360 is included with your membership to the YMCA of Greater Waukesha County. There is no additional charge to access YMCA360 content.

No. As long as you’re a member at YMCA of Greater Waukesha County, you can access YMCA360. There is no virtual-only YMCA360 membership option.

YMCA360 is available anywhere with an internet connection by using your desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile device, or smart TV. All you need is an email address to verify your account!

If you do not have an email on your Y membership account or your email has changed, please login to your membership account and edit your profile information.


  1. Visit YMCA360.org, click the Virtual Fitness tile in our Y app, or add the YMCA360 channel to your Android TV, Apple TV, or Roku device.
  2. Click LOGIN OR SIGN-UP.
  3. Enter your zip code and click CONTINUE.
  4. Select your home branch.
  5. Enter the email address you use for your Y membership and click CONTINUE.
  6. Check the email you entered for a six-digit verification code. If you don’t see a verification code in your inbox, please check your SPAM folder or request for the verification email to be resent.
  7. Enter the verification code and click CONTINUE to access YMCA360 classes and programs.

NOTE: YMCA360 will ask you to login with your email and a verification code for each device and each web browser you use. Occassionally, your session will time out and you’ll be asked to login again. A single sign-on experience is planned to be released in the coming months.

No, you can access YMCA360 through our Y app by clicking on the Virtual Fitness tile.

If you cannot autenticate your account, please check that the email address you entered in YMCA360 is the one associated with your Y membership account. If not, either use the one on file or update your email address with the Y.

Yes! If you have an Apple TV account or Roku device, you can download YMCA360 and start watching right away.

Additional streaming channels are in development, but you can also cast content from your phone, iPad, or tablet to your TV. Click below to learn more.

YMCA360 offers a wide selection of fitness and well-being classes, including:

  1. Boomer Fitness: Boomer Boot Camp, Boomer Strength
  2. Cardio & Strength: Barre, Body Blitz, Boot Camp, Circuit, Core Conditioning, Cycling, FIERCE, Muscle Pump, Y Box
  3. Dance & Step: Belly Dancing, Cardio Dance, Hip Hop, Latin Dance, Step
  4. Kids Activities: E-Sports, Fun Fit, Kids Yoga
  5. Meditations & Tai Chi
  6. Pilates
  7. Silver Fitness: Silver Cardio, Silver Circuit, Silver Combo, Silver Strength, Silver Stretch
  8. Y Arts: Culinary Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts
  9. Yoga
  10. Youth Sports: Basketball, Football, Gymnastics, Power Sports, Soccer

To find the right fit, here are some helpful comparisons between what we offer at the Y and the classes available on YMCA360.

If you like:

  • Advanced Circuit
  • AOA Land Exercise
  • Boot Camp
  • Core-X
  • Family Boot Camp
  • Family Yoga
  • Les Mills BODYCOMBAT
  • Les Mills BODYFLOW
  • Les Mills BODYPUMP
  • Senior Stretch & Strength
  • Silversneakers Circuit
  • Silversneakers Classic
  • Triple Threat
  • ZUMBA Gold

Try YMCA360:

  • Circuit
  • Silver Circuit
  • Countdown Boot Camp
  • Core Conditioning
  • Fun Fit
  • Kids Yoga
  • Y Box
  • Power Flow
  • Muscle Pump or Body Blitz
  • Silver Stretch or Silver Strength
  • Silver Cardio
  • Silver Strength
  • Circuit or FIERCE
  • Latin Dance
  • Beginner Latin Dance

Find It Here:

  • Fitness First > Cardio & Strength
  • Boomers & Beyond > Silver Fitness
  • Fitness First > Cardio & Strength > Boot Camp
  • Fitness First > Cardio & Strength
  • Kids & Family > Kids Activities
  • Kids & Family > Kids Activities
  • Fitness First > Cardio & Strength
  • Mind & Body > Power Yoga
  • Fitness First > Cardio & Strength
  • Boomers & Beyond > Silver Fitness
  • Boomers & Beyond > Silver Fitness
  • Boomers & Beyond > Silver Fitness
  • Fitness First > Cardio & Strength
  • Fitness First > Dance & Step
  • Fitness First > Dance & Step > Latin Dance

Barre, Pilates, Tai Chi, Boomer Boot Camp, and Yoga (including Chair Yoga and Gentle Yoga) are offered in our branches, as well as on YMCA360.

Every class is unique, so the equipment you’ll need is listed with each video, along with the difficulty level, length of the class, and instructor’s name. If no equipment is listed, it may be helpful to watch the beginning of the video to determine what equipment is recommended for that class.

We also recommend having a water bottle handy to stay hydrated during your workout.

There are many classes that don’t need any equipment at all. We encourage you to explore the classes to see what ones will work for you and the equipment you have at home.

For small weights, try using items you have at home, such as canned goods.

Remember, getting up and moving is what matters most (along with having fun!). Get your heart rate up and don’t stress if you aren’t lifting your normal weight.

If you’re having buffering issues, try the following:

  • Pause the video for a few minutes
  • Quit other background programs
  • Limit the amount of devices connected to your network
  • Restart your router
  • Restart your web browser or streaming application
  • Move closer to your router

If you’re having audio issues, try to:

  1. Pause the video for a few minutes
  2. Restart your web browser or streaming application
  3. Make sure your Bluetooth is not connected to external speakers

If the video player isn’t working, please visit Wistia’s troubleshooting page for options.


YMCA360 is available any time, anywhere you have access to an internet connection by using a computer, mobile device, or smart TV. To login, you’ll use the email associated with your membership account.

Having trouble? See our FAQ below for step-by-step instructions or contact us.


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