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Aerials Gymnastics - 4 Reviews - 3536 Hartsel Dr, Colorado Springs, CO - Other Reviews - Phone (719) 284-9366

Aerials Gymnastics

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3536 Hartsel Dr
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
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(719) 284-9366
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My boys have been invited here several times for birthday parties. They have always had a great time and the staff was courteous. For family fun we recommend.

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I am an Active Duty military mother of three that has just moved to the Colorado Springs area. My oldest daughter has been on a competitive gymnastics team for over 1 year. When...

Hit or miss... 12/19/2014

In a nutshell: \r \r The team/competition coaches are amazing, highly invested in their kiddos, and truly care...truly the best of the best. \r \r At the recreational level the coaches are hit or miss...some are amazing and make sure the kiddos are learning new things and fulfilling their potential while having fun; but others are content just to do bare minimum their job requires, offer only minimal corrections, and rarely introduce new or exciting skills for the kiddos to learn. If taking rec classes and you want your kiddo learning and progressing be aware that some coaches don't really seem to be invested in that goal; and don't judge a coach by their age...some of the youngest coaches are the most awesomest ones ;) \r \r The biggest disappointment for me--however--is the front desk staff. Most experiences I've had with them has been (to one degree or another) less than positive. Some of the front dest staff seem more interested in whispering about people behind their backs and gossi more

Editorial review from Citysearch 12/19/2014

In a nutshell: \r \r The team/competition coaches are amazing, highly invested in their kiddos, and truly care...truly the best of the best. \r \r At the recreational level the coaches are hit or miss...some are amazing and make sure the kiddos are learning new things and fulfilling their potential while having fun; but others are content just to do bare minimum their job requires, offer only minimal corrections, and rarely introduce new or exciting skills for the kiddos to learn. If taking rec classes and you want your kiddo learning and progressing be aware that some coaches don't really seem to be invested in that goal; and don't judge a coach by their age...some of the youngest coaches are the most awesomest ones ;) \r \r The biggest disappointment for me--however--is the front desk staff. Most experiences I've had with them has been (to one degree or another) less than positive. Some of the front dest staff seem more interested in whispering about people behind their backs and gossiping than in serving their gym goers and most of my experiences have involved them rendering some sort of judgment or trying to place some sort of blame...kind of like high school mean girls...but with enough wherewithal to be a little more covert. \r \r We stay for the awesome coaches :) But really wish the overall environment were a bit more welcoming... more

MilitaryMom 2/9/2011

I am an Active Duty military mother of three that has just moved to the Colorado Springs area. My oldest daughter has been on a competitive gymnastics team for over 1 year. When we were forced to move from Ohio, finding a friendly, competitive gym here was of utmost importance. I called Ariels to inquire about my daughter starting there, I was told my name would be given to the head coach to set up a time to evaluate my daughter. I waited a week, no call. The next week (on Monday) I got a message from the gym and was told my name got mixed up with someone else. That sat my family just went into the gym to set up an evaluation time. The conversation with the person setting up the meeting time was interrupted many times and I was told that I was coming in a very hectic time (meet season) and that no one really had much time (not sure how that is my problem, but it was just made my problem). I left with a time for them to evaluate my daughter. A few days later, we came back in at more

Aerials Gymnastics Ctr is family fun 8/30/2009

My boys have been invited here several times for birthday parties. They have always had a great time and the staff was courteous. For family fun we recommend. more

Outstanding service 12/10/2008

As far as gymnastics lessons go, this facility is the best in Colorado Springs. The work ethic of the staff and office personnel is unmatched. They are caring and above all, safe in their teaching methods. more
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  • Aerials Gymnastics teaches gymnastics to children in Colorado Springs. Tom and Lori Forster started Aerials Gymnastics in a small warehouse near Doherty High School with 30 students in 1982. Their inspiring instruction quickly expanded and the club has grown each year. Our goal has always been to motivate children to have an enthusiasm for physical activity that will remain for life. For the children that decide to compete in gymnastics, we are committed to having a program that can handle every level of gymnast from novice to Olympic hopeful. Aerials Gymnastics offers preschool age gymnastics, recreation gymnastics for girls, gymnastics for boys, advanced gymnastics, tumbling, and trampoline. Aerials Gymnastics is widely considered to be among the best gymnastics programs in America, and Tom is on the National Coaching Staff for USA Gymnastics. In 1996, they had two gymnasts in the Olympic trials, Theresa Kulikowski and Kristy Powell. Theresa was the Olympic alternate! We truly appreciate the honor of working with your children. Call Aerials Gymnastics today for class times and enrollment information!

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