Dojo Etiquette

1. Bow to the center of the mat when you enter.
2. Bow to the center of the mat when you exit.
3. Keep a respectful posture on the dojo.
4. Classes begin with a formal bow to the instructor with students lining up in descending grade order.
5. Classes end with a formal bow to the instructor with students lining up in descending grade order.
6. During class, when the instructor is demonstrating the techniques, every student must pay attention and keep a formal posture.
7. For safety reasons, if you are late sit by the side of the mat and wait for the permission from the professor.
8. For safety reasons, if you need to leave the mat or leave earlier you must ask permission from the Professor.
9. Bow to your partner before and after practice.
10. Talking should be kept to a minimum level and should relate to the class subject.
11. Absolutely no foul language inside the school.
12. Keep finger and toe nails short for everyone’s safety.
13. The uniform pants and top must be the same color.
14. It is mandatory to wear the school uniform at all times at the dojo.
15. The kimono must be clean at all times. A dirty kimono is a sign of disrespect.
16. The kimono must be worn at all times.
17. When tying the kimono, face the wall.
18. The belt represents your progress. Keep it on.
19. Refer to a Black Belt instructor as “PROFESSOR”.
20. All metal objects, jewelry, piercing, necklace or other such items should be removed.
21. Absolutely NO SHOES, FOOD or DRINK on the mat.
22. No CELL PHONES in the dojo area.
23. Never invite or ask a higher belt to spar or train with you.
24. Never coach a match unless your professor ask you to do it.
25. During kids classes, parents or guardians should not interfere in the class, leaving the teacher to run the class from the beginning to the end.
26. Never walk barefoot onto the carpet adjoining the mat. You will not be allowed back on to the mat if you are walking barefoot on the gym carpet.

 

 

 

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