| ASSOCIATION RULES
|1. UNNACEPTABLE BEHAVIOR
We reserve the right to refuse admittance without stating a reason.
A student who wishes to practice Jujutsu that has a chequered past must confidentially disclose their history in full prior to joining the dojo. The dojo black belts will then decide each case on an individual basis.
Note that, we believe in second chances, however students who behave dishonestly will not get a third!
2. LEARN SELF CONTROL
Use the discipline and confidence that you gain from your martial arts experience to try to be a better person.
Students should learn how to carry themselves correctly. Live each day with courage and a positive attitude. Take pride in your family, your work and your training.
Honesty is one of the most important lessons that you can learn. Set a good example!
Dojo members must be loyal to one another!
Never under any circumstances should you gossip, or disclose private information regarding another member to anyone. Do not discuss or demonstrate training techniques and principles with anyone other than another dojo member!
Treat each other with respect at all times, dojo etiquette is worthless unless you learn from it!
|6. AVOID VIOLENCE
Students should avoid violence.
In the event that violence cannot be avoided you should never be afraid to defend yourself, your family, friends and fellow dojo members.
7. DO NOT ENGAGE IN JUJUTSU POLITICS
The most valuable lesson that we have learned in our jujutsu training is that, jujutsu is about doing, not about plotting and scheming!
Everything that distracts from simply training is a negative influence. We have learned from experience that people with political agendas are inherently dishonest and can never be trusted!
Your Jujutsu practice is about learning to improve yourself, not imposing your will on others.
8. DOJO ETIQUETTE
Dempnstate a high standard of personal hygeine, and good manners. Talk less and train harder!
As you learn how to behave in the dojo, help others to learn.
9. DOJO SAFETY
Always be considerate to your training partner, and do not engage in horseplay. Training injuries can be avoided!
10. BE ON TIME
Students should regularly arrive in good time for classes, and early for events to help set up!
11. PROMOTE YOUR DOJO
Help your dojo to grow by promoting it positively. Ask for dojo posters and flyers to put up in your local area.
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