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9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
We love this place for our 6 year old son! The equipment is new and nice. The instructors are engaged. Can't say enough good things about it.
The Groupon gave my son two classes (and we purchased passes for other son to join him). The first session was excellent with strong leadership and class structure from the teacher; lots of teamwork, well-supervised independence, and physical challenges. The second was not an experience we would return for - a lot of unstructured time and "tag". In addition the gym had another class going on simultaneously which actually was a little dangerous for the kids. The facility is awesome and with open gym time I'm sure my kids would have loved it. The distance is too far for us to try again but I would definitely recommend trying several classes before committing.
Waaay over priced for what it is. The first class was great, but the second class was a big let down.
My kiddo loves it, but it's pretty pricey especially considering they only allow the kids to train once per week. If there was a bit more curriculum development to allow for an expansion in the number of classes included in the membership each week and a little more discipline expected from the kids this would be a fantastic program.
The coaches were great with the kids and the kids had huge smiles on their faces! They did say they wished open gym was more freeform but the challenges that were arranged were fun!
Great staff and experience for my 7 year old. Plan on going back again. Groupon was applicable for 8 and up (I missed the fine print) but they worked directly with me in resolving. Highly recommend!
Staff is really friendly. Teacher was great with the kids. Would definitely go back!
My 9 and 10 year old girls love it!
My 12-year-old son can't wait to go each week and he has now signed up for a special spring break class! He loves that every class is different! Wish you had them for teens.
They are super great with kids. We've been to other places for similar classes and we prefer this to the others!
From Our Editors
A lot of kids want to be ninjas, but not a lot of kids actually get the chance to become one. Warrior Challenge Arena set out to change that. During the facility's Warrior Ninja Parkour classes, kids ages 6–12 combine mental exercises with physical feats during lessons that teach through games and make littluns feel like superheroes with specialized equipment. They soar through the air on suspended ropes, scale net ladders, and leap into massive pits filled with bouncy stability balls. Teens and adults can also get in on the action through competition games, obstacle courses, climbing challenges, and team-building events.
Warrior Challenge Arena