Stoughton Gymnastics

★★★★☆
  • 201 W Main St

    Stoughton, WI 53589

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  • 608-888-2858

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My daughter has attended Stoughton Tumblers for the last 4 years and had her last birthday party there. It is a tumbling school, not formal gymnastics, so the emphasis is on floor passes and trampoline work, mastering body movement rather than mastering equipment. Working up to doing Flip Flops (front and back flips), advanced trampoline work, and then being on the competitive team are the biggest goals for those that want to go all the way. The emphasis is on fun and allowing children to feel out how their bodies work, but individual attention and coaching is there when they need it. The business is 20 years old and it is located in a historic building, so there is some shabbyness due to age and done-it-themselves repairs, but I have only seen a kid get hurt once in all the time we've been there. The preschoolers have their own room and own teacher (a woman that grew up tumbling here and now co-owns the business) and she is fantastic with getting the frightened children to try and the unruly ones to mind. Parents stay in the room less than 10 feet away from the preschoolers. No special clothing is ever required, just so it doesn't restrict movement, which is nice for us tapped-out parents. For that matter, there isn't much retail of stuff to make your kids beg, just a Stoughton Tumblers t-shirt, usually. There is a $30 registration fee the first time and each fall (if you join in the summer you don't pay the reg fee in the fall) but beyond that, it's pretty much just $10 a day for a 45 minute class. Classes are run in sessions or 4, 5, or 8 weeks and you pay at the start of each session (into a drop box!), but there is NO contract that binds you to a year's worth of sessions or anything like that. You can drop in and out whenever you want a session at a time. In fact, all you sign is an initial student info page and a liability waiver. It's hard to believe they can run a business this way, but they seem to manage, and it makes dealing with them very easy. My turned 7 year old's birthday party ($110, a deal!) was awesome in her opinion. It was a lesson for an hour with her and 11 of her best friends, then free play for 15 minutes, then we ate cake and ice cream while my daughter opened presents for another half hour. We ran over the time allotted to us by 15 minutes, but the owners never mentioned it. We may do it again next year!

The teachers are good, the classes are fun, the management is easy to deal with. The only thing that keeps it from being world class (5 stars) is the general shabbiness, but even with that, equipment is safe and they have done the best they could without hiring professionals. We love Stoughton Tumblers!

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★★★★☆

My daughter has attended Stoughton Tumblers for the last 4 years and had her last birthday party there. It is a tumbling school, not formal gymnastics, so the emphasis is on floor passes and trampoline work, mastering body movement rather than mastering equipment. Working up to doing Flip Flops (front and back flips), advanced trampoline work, and then being on the competitive team are the biggest goals for those that want to go all the way. The emphasis is on fun and allowing children to feel out how their bodies work, but individual attention and coaching is there when they need it. The business is 20 years old and it is located in a historic building, so there is some shabbyness due to age and done-it-themselves repairs, but I have only seen a kid get hurt once in all the time we've been there. The preschoolers have their own room and own teacher (a woman that grew up tumbling here and now co-owns the business) and she is fantastic with getting the frightened children to try and the unruly ones to mind. Parents stay in the room less than 10 feet away from the preschoolers. No special clothing is ever required, just so it doesn't restrict movement, which is nice for us tapped-out parents. For that matter, there isn't much retail of stuff to make your kids beg, just a Stoughton Tumblers t-shirt, usually. There is a $30 registration fee the first time and each fall (if you join in the summer you don't pay the reg fee in the fall) but beyond that, it's pretty much just $10 a day for a 45 minute class. Classes are run in sessions or 4, 5, or 8 weeks and you pay at the start of each session (into a drop box!), but there is NO contract that binds you to a year's worth of sessions or anything like that. You can drop in and out whenever you want a session at a time. In fact, all you sign is an initial student info page and a liability waiver. It's hard to believe they can run a business this way, but they seem to manage, and it makes dealing with them very easy. My turned 7 year old's birthday party ($110, a deal!) was awesome in her opinion. It was a lesson for an hour with her and 11 of her best friends, then free play for 15 minutes, then we ate cake and ice cream while my daughter opened presents for another half hour. We ran over the time allotted to us by 15 minutes, but the owners never mentioned it. We may do it again next year!

The teachers are good, the classes are fun, the management is easy to deal with. The only thing that keeps it from being world class (5 stars) is the general shabbiness, but even with that, equipment is safe and they have done the best they could without hiring professionals. We love Stoughton Tumblers!

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