Personal Development Creed:
Goal Setting Creed:
10 Articles of Faith:
Here is a list of manners and etiquette that are expected of all students at the dojang:
Entering the dojang:
Greeting our seniors:
Entering and exiting the training floor:
Exiting the dojang:
DANS: Black Belts
1) Respect our dojang by keeping it clean!
- When you get to the dojang, put your shoes on the rack with your socks inside and hang your coat up. Don’t leave your bag near the door.
- Put the equipment or toys away neatly when you are done with them.
- Keep the changing rooms neat – pile your belongings neatly during class and take them home when you are done.
- Don’t leave food, drinks or garbage lying around – use the trash can. If the trash can is full, ask for a trash bag and empty it!
- If you make a mess, clean it up!
2) Respect your instructors and parents by using good etiquette!
- When you are watching class, keep your voice low and don’t disturb the class.
- All students, even those not in class, should bow and salute the flag when classes are bowing in or out.
- Call your instructors Sir or Ma’am; when using their name say Mr, Ms, Kyosa or Master depending on their rank.
- Shake hands with two hands.
- Keep your dobak clean. Learn to tie your dobak and belt properly. If you wear a t-shirt, it should be white. Remember: your dobak is YOUR responsibility; not your parents’.
- Remember that your parents are the reason you can do martial arts. ALWAYS show them respect.
3) Respect your training by doing your best!
- Practice at home.
- NEVER use your martial arts training to bully others.
- Remember that you always represent our dojang. Always be polite, respectful, work hard and show good discipline.
- Have fun, but work hard too!
- Always do your best.
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