Rules of the Dojang

All students must observe the rules of the dojang and do their best to help other students follow the Taekwon-Do path.

To show Respect:

-When entering or leaving the dojang, bow.

-Bow to the instructor and higher belts.

-The instructor should be referred to as sir/ma’am, or by Mr./Ms./Mrs. and their surname; black belts by last name only.

-When the instructor or a senior student assisting the class gives an order, say “Yes sir” or “Yes ma’am” IF you understood them.

Before class:

-Remove any jewellery before class to prevent injuries. (i.e. rings, necklaces, bracelets and bangles, watches, hair ties with hard edges or metal pieces, and piercings.)

-Fingernails and toenails must be kept short to prevent injuries.

-Uniforms (doboks) must be worn during training; keep your dobok clean at all times.

-No outside shoes are allowed in the dojang.

-No food, beverages, or chewing gum is allowed in the dojang, except water.

When in Class:

-There is no free practice while class is in session. No messing around in Taekwon-Do.

-Arrive on time for class. If you arrive late to class, 10 pushups per minute late, then wait for permission to join class.

-Students participating in the class must join the warm-up first.

-Noise should be kept to a minimum during class. Do not talk or laugh loudly in class. (No yelling or screaming.)

-Foul language is not tolerated.

-All members and students must treat the dojang and its equipment with respect, clean up any mess they make, and not damage or destroy the dojang.

FOR YOUNG STUDENTS:

-Do not push or shove other students.

-No fingers/thumbs in mouths.

-Keep your arms and legs inside your uniform.

-Do not push ahead when in a line.

-No chewing your belt. Keep it out of your mouth.

 

 

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