School Rules and Regulations
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Safety is the most important factor at our jujitsu school. Each and every participant should always keep this point in their mind.
Always do a respectful bow upon entering the school, leaving the school, entering the mat or leaving the mat.
There are only two ways of sitting suring class: (1) Japanese kneeling position, (2) Cross legged sitting position. The only exception is if you have a knee, leg or some other physical problem. If this is the case in your situation, you will need to talk to the instructor about it.
Treat all senior students and upper ranks with respect.
Practice only what you are taught. Never practice techniques that you have not been taught in this school.
No food or gum of any type is allowd on the mat. Do not chew gum during class.
Report all injuries immediately to your instructor regardless of how minor they may seem.
Come to class with a good attitude and an open mind. Leave all egos at the door.
Neatly clip and trim your toe and finger nails for your safety and the safety of the people you are training with.
Practice propert physical and oral hygene.
Watch your temper. Never lose your temper while on the mat. Practice moderation in all that you do.
Never grab a student as hard as you can. If in doubt, grab another student medium softly as to avoid bruises and injury.
Jewelry should not be worn on the mat.
Shoes are not to be worn while on the mat. Students may either go barefoot or with clean sox on.
Train regularly and diligently, trying constantly to improve yourself and expand your knowledge.
Know your own limits.
Foul language of any type will not be tolerated on the mat.