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321 S High St
West Chester, PA 19382

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321 S High St
West Chester, PA 19382



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Andres C.
April 4, 2018
This is a great gym!! Clean, up to date and professional staff! Great protein shakes, reasonable dues and everything is included!
Olga M.
March 3, 2018
I love this Gym. It has what I like and its always clean and its a great location.
Greg M.
January 1, 2018
This place works really well for my needs. It has great equipment, various space to do weights and cardio, and it's clean. I was nervous about joining...
Krys S.
November 11, 2017
The cleanest and friendliest gym I've ever been to! Feels more like a community than anything else. I've cross-fitted for many years, and there's a huge...
Eugene K.
September 9, 2017
I was a member here from January 2016 until August 2017 when I moved to LA. As a grad student at Temple, I had free access to the campus gym, but like most...
Amy Jane Cadieux
July 7, 2017
My 2 daughters danced at Harrisons, one for 15years, and it was one of the BEST decisions we have ever made...we daily drove 45", past many other schools to dance at Harrisons because of the professionalism, attention to detail within their Classical training, and dedicated staff. At EVERY performance and competition we attended, comments were made by judges and other parents, 'You can always tell a Harrison's dancer'...poise, maturity, acting like ladies, ability to speak to adults in a respectful and dignified manner...I cannot begin to thoroughly quantify the benefits of a Harrison's Dance education!! My oldest is now professionally dancing at Busch Gardens and was superbly prepared for the demands of 4 shows a day. During the school year, She attends the Institute for American Musical Theater in NYC, and her Ballet Master from the Joffrey Ballet compliments her technique, precision, and carriage. The brilliant tap training positioned her to win summer acceptances and scholarships w/ the Rockettes Summer Intensives many years in a row. She is now auditioning for Broadway shows and being taken very seriously for her training and technique. I can't thank Debbie and Christine Harrison, Miss Cait, and the rest of the exemplary staff enough for the years of sharing their skills w/ my daughters, and teaching them so many life lessons along the way.
Stephanie A.
June 6, 2017
The gym is nice, but they just want to take as much money as possible by charging fees, making it difficult to cancel and cancelation policies with silly rules.
Tiffany L.
June 6, 2017
I've been a member here for about 3 months but have been a consistent gym goer for more than 8 years. In comparison to other chain/big box gyms this one...
Laura A.
January 1, 2017
I ended up canceling my membership in person because I'm doing crossfit now. I had zero problems with billing and the process was straightforward.
Michael B.
January 1, 2017
Canceling a membership, as many other reviewers have noted, is extraordinarily frustrating. It appears that they make it purposefully difficult to keep...
Samantha Thompson
December 12, 2016
We have been part of the Harrison Dance Studios for 12 years now! I have watched my daughter grow into a beautiful and confident dancer due to the hard work and loving dedication of all of the teachers there! They teach not only superior dance but also grace, poise and elegance and we are so lucky to be part of the Harrison family!
Laura A.
November 11, 2016
CF was closed for upgrades one day this week, and today was my first time visiting since. and upgrade they did!! they got rid of one of the smith machines...
Tamir L.
September 9, 2016
Deceiving, liars, feel like I have been robbed. When I came to their office to cancel my membership at first, I thought I'm signing 3 months agreement when...
Pratik A.
August 8, 2016
8/26 UPDATE: since my last review, City Fitness contacted me and took the fees off and resolved the matter- I appreciate their follow up and their decision...
Cal K.
March 3, 2016
So far I've loved being a member at City Fitness. I joined about a year ago now and have also been a part of the Thrive 'personal training' program. THE...
Kurt M.
February 2, 2016
This gym is fantastic. I've belonged here for almost two years, having been locked in at the 39.99/month rate since then, and was just offered an upgrade...
Katherine L.
January 1, 2016
I'm not sure why this gym is not more highly ranked. It is extremely conveniently located for me (just a few blocks away). People are generally nice about...
Laura A.
December 12, 2015
I think I was too harsh on City Fitness. I have a one month pass I got in the mail to try it out, and it's growing on me. the biggest downside to me is that...
Laura A.
August 8, 2015
Full disclosure: i've only been here once, and i'm writing this review from the mindset of someone who mainly likes to lift heavy. "meh, i've experienced...
Shelby B.
August 8, 2015
City Fitness may be in your neighborhood, but the convenience isnt worth the hassle, overcrowding, and poor quality classes. They get an extra star because...
Paul H.
July 7, 2015
So I love this place now. The bro culture is gone, it's very welcoming and friendly and encouraging. They deserve for me to update my review! I think they...
Rohit K.
June 6, 2015
Absolutely terrible. I referred so many people to this gym - then I asked to cancel membership but was given the run around. When I finally spoke to the...
Andrew R.
April 4, 2015
3 of 5 stars. For me, this means it is Solid, fair. Not terrible.... yet not amazing either. I previously wrote a long review regarding this gym. I did a...
Andrew R.
April 4, 2015
3 of 5 stars. For me, this means it is Solid, fair.nNot terrible.... yet not amazing either.nnI previously wrote a long review regarding this gym. I did a...
Rick B.
February 2, 2015
It's so nice to have a dive bar right in center city that doesn't charge you an arm and a leg and a beard for the sake of it being one of the only dives in...
Rachel S.
January 1, 2015
What I love about Oscars: 1. The 24 oz PBRs 2. The old school placemats depicting "classic" 60's cocktails 3. Mozzarella sticks 4. They'll let you watch...
Christina V.
January 1, 2015
Oscars is a great time. Dive bar to the max. Weathered and lived in seats, a bathroom that makes you want to bathe in bleach when you get home... what's...
Jillian T.
January 1, 2015
I had to update my review and give this place five stars. In my last review I complained that there was only one squat rack. Since then, they have added...
Jacqueline O.
December 12, 2014
Jamel is the best trainer in Philly. He makes the hour fly by. You walk out of the gym feeling like you just had the best workout of your life. nnHe is the...
Jacqueline O.
December 12, 2014
Jamel is the best trainer in Philly. He makes the hour fly by. You walk out of the gym feeling like you just had the best workout of your life. He is the...
Michael P.
December 12, 2014
One of the better dives in center city. It's at least got some classic character, even if it's filthy and smells funny. There's a good bit of seating also,...
Tina Ball
March 3, 2014
This dance studio is so unprofessional. They do not teach their students proper ballet, jazz, hip hop, or tap technique proper terminology. They do not even teach the students lyrical or modern dance. I do not know how this studio stays in business because they do not know what they are talking about. I was previously there and was invited to their professional team when I went to the Rock School I had to be completely retaught of technique. Bad posture, arms, and simple technique they are not aware of. Even there website is mostly about how beautiful and amazing your daughter is and how beautiful she will be on stage. If you really want to give your child a chance to make it in the dance world take her to a real dance studio. They also have sweaty old men that partner with the girls instead of teaching the girls to work with their partner and dance with them as an art. They don't even wear the right shoes for tap !! Please send your child to a real studio.
Christina Ball
March 3, 2014
This dance studio is so unprofessional. They do not teach their students proper ballet, jazz, hip hop, or tap technique proper terminology. They do not even teach the students lyrical or modern dance. I do not know how this studio stays in business because they do not know what they are talking about. I was previously there and was invited to their professional team when I went to the Rock School I had to be completely retaught of technique. Bad posture, arms, and simple technique they are not aware of. Even there website is mostly about how beautiful and amazing your daughter is and how beautiful she will be on stage. If you really want to give your child a chance to make it in the dance world take her to a real dance studio. They also have sweaty old men that partner with the girls instead of teaching the girls to work with their partner and dance with them as an art. They don't even wear the right shoes for tap !! Please send your child to a real studio.
A Google User
April 4, 2010
great dance studio. the training and the teachers are great.
A Google User
June 6, 2009
If you click on the web pages link up above you can see that most other review sites are much more favorable. As for me, I don't know if my 4 and 6 year old girls will ever be professional dancers. I do know that I want them to succeed and to be known for their self confidence in whatever task they undertake. That success comes to those who treat others with respect and dignity. When we went to an open house at Harrison's Studio in West Chester, the dancers were good, as you would expect, but that wasn't what really impressed my wife and I. During an intermission, two young ladies, about 8 years old, went down the line of parents, introduced themselves to each of us and then to our children. After they had made the run down the line they stepped back out of the way for the next performance, and started talking between themselves. I was close enough that I could hear them; they were quizzing each other on the names of all the girls they had spoken to! Later they said goodbye to everyone using their name. They did this very casually and most people probably didn't even notice, I just happened to be sitting in the right place at the right time. This is typical for what you would expect from Harrison's, they teach girls about the importance of being a good person and how to do it. While we of course have to teach our own children about values, it's nice to know that your dance school is backing up those lessons. Later I spoke to an associate that I know who specializes in photographing dancers. Without telling her about my experience, I asked if she knew anything about the studio, her response was that she only knew that they were always the best mannered, best poised, easiest subjects to work with. Often dancers can make our job as photographers difficult, despite what their parents pay us, so to hear that was very surprising, and sealed the deal for my family. We've been there for a little over a year and half, and it continues to be a wonderful experience. Are there better 'technique' schools out there? I don't know, but I do know that I'm glad we're at Harrison's.
A Google User
February 2, 2008
Harrison's Dance studio is a fabulous school to go to. They have the highest expectations for all of their students, including the little ones, and have fun while doing so. Of course, students will get out of it what they put into it. "Pratice makes perfect." As for the comment before, all teachers have there own technique. From my experiance there, everyone uses proper terms for the positions and steps.The teacher just may not put an emphasis on learning them or the student didn't take everything from the class that the should have.
A Google User
February 2, 2008
My daughter danced with Harrison's for years and when we decided to try another school, "The Rock School" we were told that after 8 years of dancing with Harrison's she basically needed to be RETRAINED. Harrison's "professional" staff are Harrison's GRADUATES. Hardly the definition of "professional". My daughter was not even aware of the proper terms of BASIC ballet positions let alone the proper positions themselves. Their spring recitals are BRUTAL at over 4 hours sometimes, while your child is on stage for 5 minutes while the "senior" company showcases THEMSELVES for most of the time, and it seems that $$ charges for "this & that" are continuous and unexpected. Yes, the teachers are friendly and nice, however, for the same price of tuition/costumes & other unseen costs, you can get QUALITY instruction at a PROFESSIONAL studio such as The Rock School for Dance Education. This is NOT a school for any dancer serious about dancing. Don't waste your money.

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