American School of Gymnastics

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i want to start by saying that the person complaining about the workers is completely wrong i go there and know that sometimes it seems like they have eyes in the back of their heads. the person that went in the gym is violating the rules there are mats everywhere and if your daughter was just standing there she wouldn't have gotten hurt by walking into the gym you risked distracting the children and potential for them getting hurt. a gym can be a dangerous place if young children don't know how to use the equipment so they need to have an organized party. whoever wrote TY spelt it wrong. you cant expect to go to a birthday party that has no structure for one it would be very boring and for two it would be unsafe. i am a student there and every one i know has had a great time at every class and nothing bad to say about it. person who wrote that really long review you don't sound fit to have a three year old daughter you are immature and a little over protective but at the same time don't care if your child is running freely around a gym.

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i want to start by saying that the person complaining about the workers is completely wrong i go there and know that sometimes it seems like they have eyes in the back of their heads. the person that went in the gym is violating the rules there are mats everywhere and if your daughter was just standing there she wouldn't have gotten hurt by walking into the gym you risked distracting the children and potential for them getting hurt. a gym can be a dangerous place if young children don't know how to use the equipment so they need to have an organized party. whoever wrote TY spelt it wrong. you cant expect to go to a birthday party that has no structure for one it would be very boring and for two it would be unsafe. i am a student there and every one i know has had a great time at every class and nothing bad to say about it. person who wrote that really long review you don't sound fit to have a three year old daughter you are immature and a little over protective but at the same time don't care if your child is running freely around a gym.

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Amercian school is a fantastic place. All 3 of my daughters have gone there. They care so much about the kids, offering them a place to get some great exercise and learn how to follow instructions. The teachers are professional and knowledgable. Michael and Lucy (the owners) are very pleasant and get to know all the kids. This establishment does so much for DHMC's David's House. They are wonderful to work with and kids love them dearly.
I would highly recommend American School of Gymnastics to anyone who has an interest in gymnastics or trying to get their kids to learn directions and get exercise. All of my girls have been there since they were 18 months old (over 8 years)...

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Amercian school is a fantastic place. All 3 of my daughters have gone there. They care so much about the kids, offering them a place to get some great exercise and learn how to follow instructions. The teachers are professional and knowledgable. Michael and Lucy (the owners) are very pleasant and get to know all the kids. This establishment does so much for DHMC's David's House. They are wonderful to work with and kids love them dearly.
I would highly recommend American School of Gymnastics to anyone who has an interest in gymnastics or trying to get their kids to learn directions and get exercise. All of my girls have been there since they were 18 months old (over 8 years)...

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I was not favorably impressed. My daughter attended a birthday party there - we were told that the parents should stay in the lobby unless the child was three years old or under. My child is three years, three months old. The instructor stopped me and told me my child would be "fine" without me. She's tall, but the cut off was supposedly age, not height. I didn't want to make a fuss at a birthday party, so I let it go and just watched. Unlike the previous birthday party the birthday girl had been to, this event was done circuit-training style, rather than the children being free to do what they want. On the third circuit, there were three stations that required adult supervision/assistance: the rings, the parallel bars and the trampoline. With only two instructors, that left the rings unattended. My daughter got to the rings station with no one else there, climbed up on the block but couldn't reach the rings, so stood there reaching. I didn't want her to fall off, and no one else came to her rescue, mainly because both instructors were busy with other children (there were 10) and had their backs to her, so I walked out and handed her the rings. THAT the instructor noticed, was very rude in telling me in no uncertain terms to get off the floor. Both parents were so embarrassed by how inappropriate it was they apologized over and over. I just didn't want to make a scene at a four year old's birthday party. up to that point, I had been considering letting my child take a class there, because she was having fun. However, when I spoke to the manager (Michael) a few days later, he argued with me for the entire conversation. He said that both of the teachers, although they had their backs to my daughter, knew what was going on with her and so would have handled the situation if I had left it alone - and that she wouldn't have been hurt if she had fallen anyway. He blithely ignored the fact that I was initially told to go out on the floor with her because she is only 3 and was then stopped, and refused to recognize any concerns I might have had about her based on that or anything else. Just didn't address the contradiction at all. He said he heard the whole incident in his office so even though he couldn't see what was going on he knows what happened and it was fine. The gist of his argument was that somehow Ty and the other girl were paying more attention to my daughter than I was - with their backs to her and nine other children running around. Basically he told me he was sorry he had to speak to me but that's it. I cannot believe the lack of professionalism, concern, or customer relations skill. It's just incredible. Anyone who seriously argues that they or their employees are paying more attention to a child than the child's mother is a fool or a liar. I'll be taking my child to the YMCA, where the same classes cost 25% as much.

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I was not favorably impressed. My daughter attended a birthday party there - we were told that the parents should stay in the lobby unless the child was three years old or under. My child is three years, three months old. The instructor stopped me and told me my child would be "fine" without me. She's tall, but the cut off was supposedly age, not height. I didn't want to make a fuss at a birthday party, so I let it go and just watched. Unlike the previous birthday party the birthday girl had been to, this event was done circuit-training style, rather than the children being free to do what they want. On the third circuit, there were three stations that required adult supervision/assistance: the rings, the parallel bars and the trampoline. With only two instructors, that left the rings unattended. My daughter got to the rings station with no one else there, climbed up on the block but couldn't reach the rings, so stood there reaching. I didn't want her to fall off, and no one else came to her rescue, mainly because both instructors were busy with other children (there were 10) and had their backs to her, so I walked out and handed her the rings. THAT the instructor noticed, was very rude in telling me in no uncertain terms to get off the floor. Both parents were so embarrassed by how inappropriate it was they apologized over and over. I just didn't want to make a scene at a four year old's birthday party. up to that point, I had been considering letting my child take a class there, because she was having fun. However, when I spoke to the manager (Michael) a few days later, he argued with me for the entire conversation. He said that both of the teachers, although they had their backs to my daughter, knew what was going on with her and so would have handled the situation if I had left it alone - and that she wouldn't have been hurt if she had fallen anyway. He blithely ignored the fact that I was initially told to go out on the floor with her because she is only 3 and was then stopped, and refused to recognize any concerns I might have had about her based on that or anything else. Just didn't address the contradiction at all. He said he heard the whole incident in his office so even though he couldn't see what was going on he knows what happened and it was fine. The gist of his argument was that somehow Ty and the other girl were paying more attention to my daughter than I was - with their backs to her and nine other children running around. Basically he told me he was sorry he had to speak to me but that's it. I cannot believe the lack of professionalism, concern, or customer relations skill. It's just incredible. Anyone who seriously argues that they or their employees are paying more attention to a child than the child's mother is a fool or a liar. I'll be taking my child to the YMCA, where the same classes cost 25% as much.

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We started coming to ASG when my daughter was 2, based on recommendations from friends. I liked the routine and was impressed by the attention the teachers gave the students and the explanations I got for the reason behind each activity. (Preparation for future gymnastic moves, etc.) The tone of the classes was always calm and positive. After my son was born I REALLY appreciated the flexibility that was offered in being able to bring him along in his car seat to the toddler/parent classes with my daughter.

We've been coming to classes and summer camp now for almost three years and, though our experience and what we're looking for may be different that those with older children, it has been wonderful for our family. I highly recommend ASG!

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We started coming to ASG when my daughter was 2, based on recommendations from friends. I liked the routine and was impressed by the attention the teachers gave the students and the explanations I got for the reason behind each activity. (Preparation for future gymnastic moves, etc.) The tone of the classes was always calm and positive. After my son was born I REALLY appreciated the flexibility that was offered in being able to bring him along in his car seat to the toddler/parent classes with my daughter.

We've been coming to classes and summer camp now for almost three years and, though our experience and what we're looking for may be different that those with older children, it has been wonderful for our family. I highly recommend ASG!

Pros: Caring and skilled instructors

Cons: No website

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I went to this gym to see if it was a good gym for my daughter. There were some girls doing big gymnastic skills and i thought hey the coaches must be good. Then i saw the rest of what they call the Spirits Team and they all looked so young.I figured they must be good since they were apart of the team so i watched them for a while. After watching them for like a half hour i realized they were horable so i went to other gyms to look around because i want my daughter to succeed as a gymnast and if she goes there she clearly will not go anywhere, especially since I saw the coaches ignoring the better girls and ONLY focusing on the younger ones.

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I went to this gym to see if it was a good gym for my daughter. There were some girls doing big gymnastic skills and i thought hey the coaches must be good. Then i saw the rest of what they call the Spirits Team and they all looked so young.I figured they must be good since they were apart of the team so i watched them for a while. After watching them for like a half hour i realized they were horable so i went to other gyms to look around because i want my daughter to succeed as a gymnast and if she goes there she clearly will not go anywhere, especially since I saw the coaches ignoring the better girls and ONLY focusing on the younger ones.

Pros: good level 8 gymnasts

Cons: HORIBLE YOUNGER TEAM MEMBERS!

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Three of my daughters attended American School of Gymnastics..they all loved it and we found it to be a safe fun environment for our children to learn gymnastics skills safely

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Three of my daughters attended American School of Gymnastics..they all loved it and we found it to be a safe fun environment for our children to learn gymnastics skills safely

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This is a great place to take your children. My daughter went for 3 years and loved it. The staff is caring and well trained. They teach your children skills as well as safety.

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This is a great place to take your children. My daughter went for 3 years and loved it. The staff is caring and well trained. They teach your children skills as well as safety.

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My daughter has attended this gym for 3 years. They have friendly staff and many different times to choose from. Many different classes to choose form to give you child variety.

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My daughter has attended this gym for 3 years. They have friendly staff and many different times to choose from. Many different classes to choose form to give you child variety.

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