Cedar Point Gymnastics

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  • 135 Sherwood Ave

    Cedar Point, NC 28584

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  • 252-393-7778

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I am a coach here at Cedar Point Gymnastics and I have also been a competitive gymnast here for almost 14 years. I absolutly love it here. My family and I have never had a problem with the staff or the owner. If we ever have an issue with something about the gym we go to the owner and she resolves the problem. We are like a big family her a CPG and that is one of the biggest reasons i love it here. I would never dare to go anywhere else to take gymnastics, because this is by far the most child friendly gym I personally have ever been too. I have never seen a coach just sit around and just watch the kids practice. All of our coaches here are very hands on with the kids and try to spot them on all of their skills unless we the coach feel like they have mastered the skill enough to try it by theirselves. But to get to my point I love it here and i would not want to take my own kids to another gym i would want to take them here to Cedar Point.(:

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I am a coach here at Cedar Point Gymnastics and I have also been a competitive gymnast here for almost 14 years. I absolutly love it here. My family and I have never had a problem with the staff or the owner. If we ever have an issue with something about the gym we go to the owner and she resolves the problem. We are like a big family her a CPG and that is one of the biggest reasons i love it here. I would never dare to go anywhere else to take gymnastics, because this is by far the most child friendly gym I personally have ever been too. I have never seen a coach just sit around and just watch the kids practice. All of our coaches here are very hands on with the kids and try to spot them on all of their skills unless we the coach feel like they have mastered the skill enough to try it by theirselves. But to get to my point I love it here and i would not want to take my own kids to another gym i would want to take them here to Cedar Point.(:

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I was looking on line to find the times for Cedar Points upcoming open gym when I happened upon this site. I am the mother of a team gymnast for CP gym and have found it to be a wonderful experience for her. We are in the gym alot (4 times a week/4 hours a day) and have never seen coaches sitting around and certainly NEVER heard anyone yell at a child...I am sure that if your child had to be taken off the floor, they were a safety risk to themselves or the other children and it was in the best interest of all involved. Anyway, if you are reading these reviews, I suggest you come down and do a trial. You will find great equipment and fabulous coaches just like we did and you will be glad to have your gymnast work here. We love it and could not believe we found it in our little town!! We are thrilled!

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I was looking on line to find the times for Cedar Points upcoming open gym when I happened upon this site. I am the mother of a team gymnast for CP gym and have found it to be a wonderful experience for her. We are in the gym alot (4 times a week/4 hours a day) and have never seen coaches sitting around and certainly NEVER heard anyone yell at a child...I am sure that if your child had to be taken off the floor, they were a safety risk to themselves or the other children and it was in the best interest of all involved. Anyway, if you are reading these reviews, I suggest you come down and do a trial. You will find great equipment and fabulous coaches just like we did and you will be glad to have your gymnast work here. We love it and could not believe we found it in our little town!! We are thrilled!

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My daughter is a competitive gymnast at Cedar Point, and we LOVE it here. We moved to the area last year, and have had a tremendous experience at Cedar Point. At our last gym in Virginia, the staff and coaches were extremely severe and rigid, to the point that the girls couldn't get through a single practice without crying. And this was a very highly respected gym that wins. They win because the girls are pushed to their absolute limit, but it wasn't fun. Cedar Point is wonderful. It's the perfect combination, where the girls learn AND enjoy doing it. My daughter is 7, and she loves gymnastics, she loves being on a team, and she loves Cedar Point. In comparison to Virginia, the cost is about half as much, and the gymnast-to-coach ratio is much smaller. Here, she feels loved and supported by her coaches, and her skills have blossomed because she isn't scared out on the floor. I am SO grateful to Marti and her coaching staff (we love you Candace!) for returning my daughter's joy for her sport. I cannot say enough good things about the program here. We are exceedingly happy.

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My daughter is a competitive gymnast at Cedar Point, and we LOVE it here. We moved to the area last year, and have had a tremendous experience at Cedar Point. At our last gym in Virginia, the staff and coaches were extremely severe and rigid, to the point that the girls couldn't get through a single practice without crying. And this was a very highly respected gym that wins. They win because the girls are pushed to their absolute limit, but it wasn't fun. Cedar Point is wonderful. It's the perfect combination, where the girls learn AND enjoy doing it. My daughter is 7, and she loves gymnastics, she loves being on a team, and she loves Cedar Point. In comparison to Virginia, the cost is about half as much, and the gymnast-to-coach ratio is much smaller. Here, she feels loved and supported by her coaches, and her skills have blossomed because she isn't scared out on the floor. I am SO grateful to Marti and her coaching staff (we love you Candace!) for returning my daughter's joy for her sport. I cannot say enough good things about the program here. We are exceedingly happy.

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My daughter is a competitive gymnast at Cedar Point, and we LOVE it here. We moved to the area last year, and have had a tremendous experience at Cedar Point. At our last gym in Virginia, the staff and coaches were extremely severe and rigid, to the point that the girls couldn't get through a single practice without crying. And this was a very highly respected gym that wins. They win because the girls are pushed to their absolute limit, but it wasn't fun. Cedar Point is wonderful. It's the perfect combination, where the girls learn AND enjoy doing it. My daughter is 7, and she loves gymnastics, she loves being on a team, and she loves Cedar Point. In comparison to Virginia, the cost is about half as much, and the gymnast-to-coach ratio is much smaller. Here, she feels loved and supported by her coaches, and her skills have blossomed because she isn't scared out on the floor. I am SO grateful to Marti and her coaching staff (we love you Candace!) for returning my daughter's joy for her sport. I cannot say enough good things about the program here. We are exceedingly happy.

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My daughter is a competitive gymnast at Cedar Point, and we LOVE it here. We moved to the area last year, and have had a tremendous experience at Cedar Point. At our last gym in Virginia, the staff and coaches were extremely severe and rigid, to the point that the girls couldn't get through a single practice without crying. And this was a very highly respected gym that wins. They win because the girls are pushed to their absolute limit, but it wasn't fun. Cedar Point is wonderful. It's the perfect combination, where the girls learn AND enjoy doing it. My daughter is 7, and she loves gymnastics, she loves being on a team, and she loves Cedar Point. In comparison to Virginia, the cost is about half as much, and the gymnast-to-coach ratio is much smaller. Here, she feels loved and supported by her coaches, and her skills have blossomed because she isn't scared out on the floor. I am SO grateful to Marti and her coaching staff (we love you Candace!) for returning my daughter's joy for her sport. I cannot say enough good things about the program here. We are exceedingly happy.

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Cedar Point Gymnastics Training Center is located in Cedar Point, NC. It is a gymnastics training center that is a member club of USA Gymnastics with their coaches either Professional USAG members, or working towards fulfilling their stringent requirements to become USAG members. CPGym owner Marti Feagle Johnson is in fact closing the gym for two days in August in order for ALL of her coaching staff to attend the 2009 NC State Congress (Sponsored by USA Gymnastics). There are a lot of new and exciting things happening at CPGym and it would certainly be a shame for those that miss out on all the opportunities they have to offer and that are "up and coming." My daughter has been attending for 10 months and has already progressed from "Mighty Munchkins" to becoming a member of the team - having only recently turned 5! The coaching staff has fostered a love and a passion for gymnastics that is a joy to see in my daughter. Although Mrs. Marti isn't at the gym all the time, she is aware of what goes on at all times. The gym is monitored by security cameras to ensure the safety of everyone and she makes a concerted effort to know not only all the names of the children, but the parents as well. The parents are an integral part of a gymnasts' progress. Communicate with their coaches, other parents, and Mrs. Marti. The line of communication is open and that is why so many new exciting changes are underway. Positive feedback promotes positive change......and that's exactly what's happening at CPGym. My daughter and I both are excited to be a part of that.....and in regards to CPGym being able to handle children with special needs. My daughter has ADD, one of the coaches is partially deaf and can communicate in American Sign Language, and one of the upper level team members is legally blind and is an excellent gymnast. I believe that alone is proof in itself that CPGym has very well rounded coaches and gymnasts. It's certainly made my daughter and I very happy and we're excited for what's to come in the future. Join the excitement and check out CPGym for yourself.....on August 15th from 10am - 12pm for National Gymnastics Day, or on the web at CedarPointGymnastics.com. See you there! =)

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Cedar Point Gymnastics Training Center is located in Cedar Point, NC. It is a gymnastics training center that is a member club of USA Gymnastics with their coaches either Professional USAG members, or working towards fulfilling their stringent requirements to become USAG members. CPGym owner Marti Feagle Johnson is in fact closing the gym for two days in August in order for ALL of her coaching staff to attend the 2009 NC State Congress (Sponsored by USA Gymnastics). There are a lot of new and exciting things happening at CPGym and it would certainly be a shame for those that miss out on all the opportunities they have to offer and that are "up and coming." My daughter has been attending for 10 months and has already progressed from "Mighty Munchkins" to becoming a member of the team - having only recently turned 5! The coaching staff has fostered a love and a passion for gymnastics that is a joy to see in my daughter. Although Mrs. Marti isn't at the gym all the time, she is aware of what goes on at all times. The gym is monitored by security cameras to ensure the safety of everyone and she makes a concerted effort to know not only all the names of the children, but the parents as well. The parents are an integral part of a gymnasts' progress. Communicate with their coaches, other parents, and Mrs. Marti. The line of communication is open and that is why so many new exciting changes are underway. Positive feedback promotes positive change......and that's exactly what's happening at CPGym. My daughter and I both are excited to be a part of that.....and in regards to CPGym being able to handle children with special needs. My daughter has ADD, one of the coaches is partially deaf and can communicate in American Sign Language, and one of the upper level team members is legally blind and is an excellent gymnast. I believe that alone is proof in itself that CPGym has very well rounded coaches and gymnasts. It's certainly made my daughter and I very happy and we're excited for what's to come in the future. Join the excitement and check out CPGym for yourself.....on August 15th from 10am - 12pm for National Gymnastics Day, or on the web at CedarPointGymnastics.com. See you there! =)

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Take an extra 15 to 20 minutes and drive to Jacksonville or Morehead City for gymnastics instruction. The "coaches" if you can call them that, sit and tell the kids to do something without instructing them on how to use the equipment- it's more like "get up there and do it." A parent went to Jacksonville to sign their daughter up at another gym after leaving CP and coaches at the Jax gym told her that the way that her daughter had been shown to do a backflip was wrong!! Marti (the owner) is never there and I have heard parents of the team girls talking about how they are going to competitions and not scoring high because the girls are not working on the routines for their respective levels. I think the only way that this gym stays in business is because of its location-and that some parents just don't want to be bothered with a commute. Marti is terrible about getting the word out about gym closings and functions, thinking that a flyer on the front door (along with 5 others sometimes) is going to suffice, but bet your boots if you are a day late paying tuition you will have a letter mailed to your house and in addition she leaves various other "reminders" around the gym about paying on time- that is her focus. Whether or not your child actually gets anything out of the instruction is strictly in the air.

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Take an extra 15 to 20 minutes and drive to Jacksonville or Morehead City for gymnastics instruction. The "coaches" if you can call them that, sit and tell the kids to do something without instructing them on how to use the equipment- it's more like "get up there and do it." A parent went to Jacksonville to sign their daughter up at another gym after leaving CP and coaches at the Jax gym told her that the way that her daughter had been shown to do a backflip was wrong!! Marti (the owner) is never there and I have heard parents of the team girls talking about how they are going to competitions and not scoring high because the girls are not working on the routines for their respective levels. I think the only way that this gym stays in business is because of its location-and that some parents just don't want to be bothered with a commute. Marti is terrible about getting the word out about gym closings and functions, thinking that a flyer on the front door (along with 5 others sometimes) is going to suffice, but bet your boots if you are a day late paying tuition you will have a letter mailed to your house and in addition she leaves various other "reminders" around the gym about paying on time- that is her focus. Whether or not your child actually gets anything out of the instruction is strictly in the air.

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I can't believe they have the audacity to claim they work with ADD/ADHD kids - they can't deal with kids at all! I took my 3 1/2 year old there for a trial. Before I even sat down, I heard the instructor, from all the way downstairs, yelling at my son, and before I had even finished the paperwork they handed me to fill out I saw the the instructor grabbed him by the arm and haul him back up the steps to me (leaving the rest of her class in the gym). She was clearly frustrated, and told me, in front of all the other parents, that he wasn't listening and she couldn't do anything with him. Period. She wasn't looking for a way to make it work, she wasn't looking for input, she was just simply done. After 10 whole minutes. He wasn't throwing a tantrum, he wasn't hitting anyone or anything like that, he was just wound up. I was watching, and he was attempting to do the things she was showing him, but he kept getting up and running around. HE'S 3 1/2 !!! Dealing with short attention spans is part of working with small children. I couldn't believe they made no attempt to work through it or give him time to settle in. He just completed 15 weeks of Kindermusik and did great, the instructor was wonderful, full of praise and it didn't bother her a bit when the kids (all boys between 3-4) got distracted - and they all did. It was amazing how deftly she redirected them and got them back on task. But then, she has many years of experience teaching small children, unlike the VERY young girls at Cedar Point Gymnastics. Perhaps when they grow up and have children of their own, they'll gain an understanding. Meanwhile, if your toddler/preschooler gets distracted in a strange place, gets excited around new kids, can't sit still for long periods, or can't follow directions on the first try, don't take them here.

I'm writing this in hopes of saving another parent & child from such a crushing experience. I was mortified, and my little boy was in tears because he was having fun, wanted to go back and play with his new friends, and didn't understand why they were making him leave. He kept trying to pull me back toward the gym and I didn't know how to explain to him why he couldn't go. And I still don't...

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I can't believe they have the audacity to claim they work with ADD/ADHD kids - they can't deal with kids at all! I took my 3 1/2 year old there for a trial. Before I even sat down, I heard the instructor, from all the way downstairs, yelling at my son, and before I had even finished the paperwork they handed me to fill out I saw the the instructor grabbed him by the arm and haul him back up the steps to me (leaving the rest of her class in the gym). She was clearly frustrated, and told me, in front of all the other parents, that he wasn't listening and she couldn't do anything with him. Period. She wasn't looking for a way to make it work, she wasn't looking for input, she was just simply done. After 10 whole minutes. He wasn't throwing a tantrum, he wasn't hitting anyone or anything like that, he was just wound up. I was watching, and he was attempting to do the things she was showing him, but he kept getting up and running around. HE'S 3 1/2 !!! Dealing with short attention spans is part of working with small children. I couldn't believe they made no attempt to work through it or give him time to settle in. He just completed 15 weeks of Kindermusik and did great, the instructor was wonderful, full of praise and it didn't bother her a bit when the kids (all boys between 3-4) got distracted - and they all did. It was amazing how deftly she redirected them and got them back on task. But then, she has many years of experience teaching small children, unlike the VERY young girls at Cedar Point Gymnastics. Perhaps when they grow up and have children of their own, they'll gain an understanding. Meanwhile, if your toddler/preschooler gets distracted in a strange place, gets excited around new kids, can't sit still for long periods, or can't follow directions on the first try, don't take them here.

I'm writing this in hopes of saving another parent & child from such a crushing experience. I was mortified, and my little boy was in tears because he was having fun, wanted to go back and play with his new friends, and didn't understand why they were making him leave. He kept trying to pull me back toward the gym and I didn't know how to explain to him why he couldn't go. And I still don't...

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I can't add much more than the first and third reviewer already stated. They are right on except to say the pricing is exobitant at times and the fees are completely out of line with what is usual. The instruction certainly does not warrant it.

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I can't add much more than the first and third reviewer already stated. They are right on except to say the pricing is exobitant at times and the fees are completely out of line with what is usual. The instruction certainly does not warrant it.

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I would never use this gym! The owner refuses to listen to the concerns of parents and gymnasts about the coaches. Then again she's rarely at the gym to even see what's going on with the gymnasts and coaches. The head coach has been fired repeatedly from other gyms for incompetence in the sport, yet the owner doesn't want to listen. I've been told that most of the coaches are lazy and sit off to the side while the gymnasts practice. What happened to spotting? Or is this a new trend in the world of gymnastics I'm unaware of... to allow children to try new, higher level skills without a spot and risk injury? I would be terrified to allow my child to attend this gym. There have been instances of music being played loudly while the team gymnasts are doing high level skills on the floor and other classes occuring at the same time. How is anyone supposed to hear their coach with this going on? As far as promoting positive self esteem... how would you expect a child to think positively if all they hear is negative comments? If it was possible this gym would get negative 5 stars. I've heard too many things from many of the parents at this gym to even consider taking my child there. PLEASE be aware!

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I would never use this gym! The owner refuses to listen to the concerns of parents and gymnasts about the coaches. Then again she's rarely at the gym to even see what's going on with the gymnasts and coaches. The head coach has been fired repeatedly from other gyms for incompetence in the sport, yet the owner doesn't want to listen. I've been told that most of the coaches are lazy and sit off to the side while the gymnasts practice. What happened to spotting? Or is this a new trend in the world of gymnastics I'm unaware of... to allow children to try new, higher level skills without a spot and risk injury? I would be terrified to allow my child to attend this gym. There have been instances of music being played loudly while the team gymnasts are doing high level skills on the floor and other classes occuring at the same time. How is anyone supposed to hear their coach with this going on? As far as promoting positive self esteem... how would you expect a child to think positively if all they hear is negative comments? If it was possible this gym would get negative 5 stars. I've heard too many things from many of the parents at this gym to even consider taking my child there. PLEASE be aware!

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Enrollment includes children afraid of heights, hearing impaired, Downs Syndrome, Japanese - non English speaking, ADD, ADHD, talented and non-talented.

PROS: Promoting positive self esteem while achieving full potentials in gymnastic
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Enrollment includes children afraid of heights, hearing impaired, Downs Syndrome, Japanese - non English speaking, ADD, ADHD, talented and non-talented.

PROS: Promoting positive self esteem while achieving full potentials in gymnastic
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This is a palce for children to learn basic gymnastics that will later help them compete. I was very unsatisfied with this place. they were not willing to let a deaf child join the class. They wouldn't even discuss this.
Their prices were okay. I guess that is the going rate of gymnastic lessons.

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This is a palce for children to learn basic gymnastics that will later help them compete. I was very unsatisfied with this place. they were not willing to let a deaf child join the class. They wouldn't even discuss this.
Their prices were okay. I guess that is the going rate of gymnastic lessons.

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