Took my 4 year old there for a few months. He's big for his age; we just wanted to improve his coordination. When it became clear he would not be bringing back any medals, they ignored him. When we called to cancel his enrollment, they said they'd cancel the payments, no problem. Still took our $ the next month. We called back to inquire, they said the exact same thing: they'd go ahead and cancel. Took our $ again the following month. And the month after that, despite another call! Finally got a manager who stopped the automatic debits and agreed to send a refund check - for 1 month. I called to confirm the check was sent; The Owner answered and acted like making sure her employees kept their promises to clients was the biggest waste of her time imaginable. She is the rudest person there, which explains the instructors' attitudes. If you want your child to explore gymnastics and have fun, Go Elsewhere.
Posted: 5/17/2013 • Link to this review
Mary Jane is wonderful with all the gymnasts that attend. She Puts the needs of each child first and never puts their safety at risk. She believes in making the children love the sport not pushing them to hard to advance. My Daughter loves going to the gym and has excelled in compatition.
Posted: 5/04/2011 • Link to this review
We had my daughter at Mary Janes for 6 months. She loved it at first but then she kept getting new instructors. The routine was the same every single day and of course my three year old is too young to compete so her classes weren't taken seriously. The girl who manages the front desk is rude. One day they gave everyone certificates but forgot a couple of kids. I asked for my daughters and they said they would have it next week. They didn't and said to ask again next week. I did and I guess she got annoyed cause she just grabbed the pink paper and signed (they always typed) my daughters name. She didn't even spell it correctly. That was the last straw for me. They obviously didn't care about my daughter so I took her out and put her in ballet which has recitals four times a year. I'm getting my money's worth watching my daughter dance. 56 dollars to watch my daughter do jumping jacks, sit ups, balance beam, and play in the ball pit was so not worth it.
Posted: 2/20/2011 • Link to this review