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Naydenov Karate - 11 Reviews - 5313 NE 94th Ave, Vancouver, WA - Personal Care Reviews - Phone (360) 944-4444
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Naydenov Karate

5313 NE 94th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98662
(360) 944-4444
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In times like these often the only feedback one receives is that of the negative nature. All the more reason to take note when positive acknowledgement is earned. We wanted to ex...


My only real problem with the company was one particular teacher. My youngest son had a female teacher; she was amazing, caring and fun. I would recommend her any day. My oldest ...

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Not a good place for fun. 3/4/2011

My only real problem with the company was one particular teacher. My youngest son had a female teacher; she was amazing, caring and fun. I would recommend her any day. My oldest son had a man named Sam and let me just say any company who deals with young children should never employee such a man. He was working with 6-10 year olds in this class and he was constantly putting them down, calling them names, yelling and making life miserable for the four weeks we were there. Sam made one boy cry and told the child “Crying like a little baby girl wont help anything.” Then he teased and poked at the kid about having a “bad attitude.” Sam put his hands on my sons shoulders and shook him while yelling at him during class. All because my son didn’t understand what Sam wanted him to do, as Sam hadn’t properly explained or showed the students what he wanted. Sam only paid real compliments to his favorites and allowed the other students to make fun of the students who weren’t doing well at the class. My son had never been to gymnastics before and Sam’s “coaching” consisted of telling them “Go do what they do.” He didn’t show them or explain it in a way that a new kid could understand and then yelled at my son when he didn’t do it perfectly. Not every child has done this before and some care has to be taken with students new to gymnastics so that they can learn the basics. We talked to the women in the front office about our concerns and her reply was “It’s a love hate relationship, some parents love him, some don’t. He’s been working here for 13 years and we’re not going to change him.” Because of that attitude I will not be re-enrolling either of my children in any of their classes from any teacher. The mission statement on their website clearly states “He designed and built the gym to facilitate students of all ages training them, for competition, while gaining self-esteem, self-discipline, strength and balance.” Tell me how yelling, name calling, teasing and harassing students instills self-esteem. more

Owner review 8/18/2010

We have been offering Parent's Night Out for over 15years in the Vancouver area. Recently we started a Teen's Night Out on Friday's to give boys 12 years and up a chance to enjoy in the same fun as the younger children on Saturdays. We are very vigilant about safety and clean language during our parent's night out and open gyms. In the past we have allowed some older boys attend the parent's night out but with clear warnings about behavior expectations and immediate removal for any problems. more

Parents Night Out Nightmare 7/3/2010

Do Not take your children to Parents Night Out. Boys over 11 are not supposed to be there, but they are. These "older" boys picked on my children the whole night, used foul language and threatened them. My kids told the staff and NOTHING WAS DONE. There were only 4 staff members and only 2 on the floor with all those kids. NOT A SAFE environment. I WILL not be taking my children back there. Parents do not put your children in this unsafe environment. more
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