RULES OF THE DOJO

RULES OF PROCEDURE


The rules of the Dojo are manners of behavior designed to help the own functioning of the Dojo. Many of these rules are common sense, many are simple good manners. The majority are modeled on the Japanese traditions, the home of the modern Karate.

In our dojo we try to maintain a strict tradition; however it is also flexible to changes, by something more suited where it required. There is no justification for laziness, nor by the indifference of the rules because of this. Take care and feel proud of his dojo, treat it in the same way that you.

The learning of karate as a martial art, requires not only the acquisition of skills and physical conditions, indispensable for their practice, but the development of other conditions, such as, for example, attention and concentration, indispensable elements in the acquisition of some learning, particularly in younger children. That is why we are grateful silence during the development of the class, both for pupils and general public in order to maintain the proper climate that optimize the learning.


 

RULES OF THE DOJO "EDUARDO RIVEROS"


19.


It does not allow any jewelry within the class, (chains, bracelets, ankle socks etc) for the protection of all students. If the student has a wedding ring that does not leave, he must cover it with a protector (adhesive tape etc), for reasons of security and law and order.

20.


There can be no consuming gum, candy, food or drinks during the training (class).

BEGINS NOW AND FIND THE WAY,
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