CLASSES ARE OFFERED FOR EVERY LEVEL
- Visitor Passes include Day Passes, One Week Passes, 2 weeks passes & Monthly Passes.
- Uniform Policy: White, Blue or Black Gi only with no other affiliation patches. (Rash guard and spandex shorts is required for both, Gi and No-Gi classes). T-shirts are not permissible.
- No-Gi Classes visitors are required to wear black rash guard with no other affiliation patches + black shorts + spandex or compression shorts underneath black shorts. (Wearing only compression shorts is not allowed in class). T-shirts are not permissible.
- Do not wear the same Gi for two classes in a row.
- Visitors are welcome to stop by the academy and watch classes, no filming please.
- Bow when entering and exiting the mat.
- Greet teammates upon entering the mat. Shake everyone hands upon entering mat.
- Welcome all guest and visitors by introducing yourself. Treat newcomers as you would like to be treated.
- Use respectful language and behavior, especially around minors. No curse/swear words allowed at the academy.
- Before stepping foot on the mat, make sure to have your entire Gi on as well as a properly tightened belt.
- Do not remove Gi tops or rash guards in the mat and lobby area.
- Make sure you take your shoes off before entering the mat.
- Put shoes on immediately upon exiting the mat. This holds true even if you’re just going to the bathroom.
- Keep fingers and toenails short and trimmed.
- Always compliment your sparring partner and shake/touch hands before and after the roll.
- Only apply as much force as needed. Never intentionally harm anyone.
- Be on time to class. If you happen to arrive late, wait at the entrance to the mat till the instructor says it’s okay for you to join.
- Ask instructor’s permission to leave before exiting the mat.
- Refrain from chatting while the instructor is talking.
- No cell phone on the mat during class.
- No picture or video taping the classes
- No food or gum on the mat.
- When the instructor assigns a task, continue doing that task until the instructor says otherwise. You can never drill a technique too many times
- Have fun!
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