The Albany YMCA is a great place to work out, learn new skills, and make lasting friendships. Programs promote a healthy lifestyle and enjoyment for everyone. Cardio and strength equipment including ellipticals, bikes, rowing machines, cross-trainers, stair-climbers, free weights, and more.
State-of-the-art facilities with friendly and experienced instructors devoted to helping the community reach its physical goals through partnership.
Yoga To The People operates on the principle that yoga needn't be fussy prentiouse, or trendy to be a good workout - and it's vinyasa flows ae certainly a good workout, one that will leave yousweat-drenched and satasfied, probably more so than your tipical yoga clas. The no pretension mandate extends as afr as the fees - which are entirely donation-based - and the instruction style, which accomadates yogis of all skill and fitness levels.
This Jack London Square anchor tenant lives up to its claim of world-class jazz; everyone from McCoy Tyner to John Scofield comes by at least once a year, and you can also occasionally catch rising stars and school bands in addition to big-name national acts. The acoustics are marvelous, the sushi is fresh and good, and the grilled calamari is also recommended. Tickets range from $5 for a Sunday afternoon children's matinee (with paid adult admission) to upwards of $100 for a special event. Two shows nightly.
Offers the same high caliber of talent in the genre of jazz as the Oakland original, but the state-of-the-art venue also books R&B, soul, and world-music acts.