ASI Gymnastics in Keller...

Updated on August 09, 2007
B.S. asks from Keller, TX
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Anyone used them for camp or Kidz Dayz? (MDO) What do you think? Do your kids have fun?

Any input good or bad will help. :)

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Thanks for all your input. I will check them out when she turns three for sure.

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answers from Dallas on

My 3 year old has gymnastics there on Tuesday mornings and I've seen their camp in action and the kids look like they're having a great time. The instructors don't always look "thrilled" to be there... LOL.. there's one inparticular (female) that just doesn't seem to smile an awful lot BUT other than that... the kids really look like they're having fun.

I've taken my (now 8) but was 7 at the time to their Parent's Night Out they've had...and he had a BLAST!



answers from Dallas on

We've taken our kids (ages 5 & 3) to the Parents Night Out and they had a lot of fun.
However I would not have left them there younger than 3. It's very chaotic, kids running everywhere, and my 3 year old would have been lost if she hadn't had her big brother with her.


answers from Dallas on

I've not had an experience with ASI Gymnastics but there is a smaller gym close...FlipsforFun2. Its off of 377 & Kroger by Lets Jump. My 2 year old daughter has been going there for the Mommy & Me classes on Saturday mornings and loves it. I don't know if they have a MDO but it would be worth checking out. The instructors are GREAT with little kids. Besides, I like the fact that it is owned and managed by women business owners.



answers from Dallas on

Well my daughter goes to class there and has a really great time (she is going to be 3 in October). Also, she used to go to Kidz Day Out and LOVED IT. However, I just found out yesterday that ASI has decided to completely cancel their KDO program. The Keller location always had good enrollment, but apparently the other ASI locations in the area were never able to have enough enrollment to make the program profitable, so they have decided to simply cancel it across the board...I am SO BUMMED, because now I am kind of stuck in the lurch without a MDO-type program to have my daughter start this fall! But, to answer your question, yes she enjoys it. However, had she not already been used to the place through being there for Kidz Day Out (I had her attend 2 days per week from 9-2), I think the classes and the gym would have been too chaotic/overwhelming for her. So, since your daughter is 2, she may feel intimidated by the sheer size of the room and the high activity level. Also, the camps are not available for children under the age of 3. But, you can certainly give it a shot!

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