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crap! the facilities were awful, the bathrooms were disgusting, the instructors were disorganized and rude. we signed up for a month and couldn't leave fast enough. the person handling the communications via email was very rude and sarcastic when we informed them we were leaving. every time the class was over my daughter would tell me that her teacher made fun of her and yelled at her and called her stupid. I was very displeased. I'd take a swift kick in the face before putting my child back in that environment. absolutely despicable. "Little Gym" is so much better than this place!

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crap! the facilities were awful, the bathrooms were disgusting, the instructors were disorganized and rude. we signed up for a month and couldn't leave fast enough. the person handling the communications via email was very rude and sarcastic when we informed them we were leaving. every time the class was over my daughter would tell me that her teacher made fun of her and yelled at her and called her stupid. I was very displeased. I'd take a swift kick in the face before putting my child back in that environment. absolutely despicable. "Little Gym" is so much better than this place!

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The facilities were awful, the bathrooms were disgusting, the instructors were disorganized and rude. we signed up for a month and couldn't leave fast enough. the person handling the communications via email was very rude and sarcastic

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The facilities were awful, the bathrooms were disgusting, the instructors were disorganized and rude. we signed up for a month and couldn't leave fast enough. the person handling the communications via email was very rude and sarcastic

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We are no longer at Woga because my 5 year old daughter has been bullied one to many times. For years there has been one parent who has made sure that my daughter was her target because my daughter showed potential and was a favorite to

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We are no longer at Woga because my 5 year old daughter has been bullied one to many times. For years there has been one parent who has made sure that my daughter was her target because my daughter showed potential and was a favorite to

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Let me start by saying that if your child is under the age of 2, this is a good place to start...if you want to raise an Olympian. The actual class is not meant for fun but rather a rigorous training that left my oldest daughter (6) in tears every time we left because she just didn't live up to the standards. I never did find the coaches very nice and they were not very communicative. The whole lure of the place is the fact that it's owned by Nastia's parents and it is the home of many medalists. Here's what KILLED me though. The staff is nothing but 16 to 20 year old girls . I tried to drop my girls from the program over the phone due to vehicle issues (the policy is written notice) and the girl on the phone said that it wouldn't be a problem. She didn't need me to take a cab with my daughters to Woga to fill out a drop notice. This was mid NOV. It then came to my attention on or about Dec 15 that they had deducted Dec.'s payment from my account. I called to clear up the issues and the kid told me she would have to have the manager call me back. Weeks went by with no contact from the manager, even after several attempts on my part to reach her. Finally, during the second week of January, the manager called me back. She explained that the policy requires written drop notices and they make no exceptions, regardless of what the other employee who I spoke to told me. She made it clear that I would not receive my money back and that I could simply e-mail a drop notice to woga (NEVER mentioned that I could send an e-mail prior to this). I then requested to speak with her manager which happened to be Nastia's mother! Again, same story, she doesn't care what her employer told me and I wasn't getting a refund. She knows her "girls" would never lie to her and that was that. She did offer make up classes for the month of Dec. that we paid for, should we decide to stay members. Fine, $160 wasn't worth the headache. I'll let it go. But warning to everyone who goes here. Getting an actual adult on the phone or in person for that matter who knows what's going on is practically impossible. Good luck.

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★☆☆☆☆

Let me start by saying that if your child is under the age of 2, this is a good place to start...if you want to raise an Olympian. The actual class is not meant for fun but rather a rigorous training that left my oldest daughter (6) in tears every time we left because she just didn't live up to the standards. I never did find the coaches very nice and they were not very communicative. The whole lure of the place is the fact that it's owned by Nastia's parents and it is the home of many medalists. Here's what KILLED me though. The staff is nothing but 16 to 20 year old girls . I tried to drop my girls from the program over the phone due to vehicle issues (the policy is written notice) and the girl on the phone said that it wouldn't be a problem. She didn't need me to take a cab with my daughters to Woga to fill out a drop notice. This was mid NOV. It then came to my attention on or about Dec 15 that they had deducted Dec.'s payment from my account. I called to clear up the issues and the kid told me she would have to have the manager call me back. Weeks went by with no contact from the manager, even after several attempts on my part to reach her. Finally, during the second week of January, the manager called me back. She explained that the policy requires written drop notices and they make no exceptions, regardless of what the other employee who I spoke to told me. She made it clear that I would not receive my money back and that I could simply e-mail a drop notice to woga (NEVER mentioned that I could send an e-mail prior to this). I then requested to speak with her manager which happened to be Nastia's mother! Again, same story, she doesn't care what her employer told me and I wasn't getting a refund. She knows her "girls" would never lie to her and that was that. She did offer make up classes for the month of Dec. that we paid for, should we decide to stay members. Fine, $160 wasn't worth the headache. I'll let it go. But warning to everyone who goes here. Getting an actual adult on the phone or in person for that matter who knows what's going on is practically impossible. Good luck.

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My son goes to a Tot class at WOGA every week and he absolutely loves it. I love the fact that they teach "real" gymnastics, even to the smallest kids. He is learning stretches and how to fall safely in addition to working on the beam, bars, floor, and trampoline. With the little ones they also work a lot on following directions, which is great outside of the gym as well! My favorite coaches for the little ones have been Elizabeth and Cameron.

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My son goes to a Tot class at WOGA every week and he absolutely loves it. I love the fact that they teach "real" gymnastics, even to the smallest kids. He is learning stretches and how to fall safely in addition to working on the beam, bars, floor, and trampoline. With the little ones they also work a lot on following directions, which is great outside of the gym as well! My favorite coaches for the little ones have been Elizabeth and Cameron.

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If you're ever driving around Plano and notice a World Olympic Gymnastics sticker on the back of a car, that's not a small feat to be overlooked! From tiny tots to Olympians, World Olympic Gymnastics has trained a gold medalist within the past four years. The excercise is intense, the schedule demanding, but if you want your child to be an olympian this is the place to go.

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If you're ever driving around Plano and notice a World Olympic Gymnastics sticker on the back of a car, that's not a small feat to be overlooked! From tiny tots to Olympians, World Olympic Gymnastics has trained a gold medalist within the past four years. The excercise is intense, the schedule demanding, but if you want your child to be an olympian this is the place to go.

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