We took our 2yr old dd to a class here and were not impressed. It was ok, but what really upset me was that they had a "helper" in the room that was probably 11yrs old and she was rough with the kids. After watching on the survelliance screens, your kids are in the room without you, which we were happy about at first, but I would've liked to be able to correct the helper, and seeing that the helper was dragging the kids back up the wedge after they'd flip by the arms and when she'd flip them, she didn't help support their neck at all, I was SO uncomfortable that we decided not to take my dd back. Some of the little kids she was helping had their necks bending in ways that didn't look right and I know that pulling them by their arms isn't good for them either. I wasn't impressed and decided to take her back to the City Parks & Rec which was much cheaper and much more safe.