Karate is not a religion. It does not condemn nor promote any religion, however, it does have a belief system of its own. This belief system is summed up in the Dojo Kun. The Oath should always be chanted with strength, never mumbled in insincerity. Just as Karate movements should become automatic and reflex, the simple truths of the Oath should also become part of the belief system of the Karate practitioner. The word Hitotsu means “one” or “first” and is prepended to each rule to place it at the same level of importance as the others. The word Koto which ends each rule means “thing” and is used as a conjunction between rules.
All students must bow entering the dojo.
Instructors should be referred to as Sensei.
Students must be punctual for class.
If students turn up late for class they must kneel down an be asked into the class by a instructor.
Students should have a clean ironed Gi.
No jewellery or makeup hair tied back at all times.
Nails must be cut short to avoid injury to other students.
Students must not walk across the training hall if the lesson is in progress walk around the edge.
No bad language at all.
No bullying at all.
Join The Club
If you are interested in joining the club please turn up to any of the 3 night classes and see Sensei Rob Berry.
Monday 5.45 – 6.45 Thorney Close Action & Enterprise Centre
Thursday 5.45 – 6.45 Thorney Close Action & Enterprise Centre
Friday 5.15 – 6.15 United Reformed Church Grindon.