Everyone is welcome in our club regardless of race, gender or age. Nowadays, people tend to draw more and more lines between each other, whether they be based on ethnic background, religion, ideology or any other categorization. Our goal is to promote a mentality that fosters social coherence and a sense of community, where we encourage and applaud each other’s progress.
Martial arts involves both physical and mental training. Teaching good sportsmanship forms one of the cornerstones of our club, embracing values such as respect, fair play, self-control, responsibility and integrity. These core principles form a reflection of personal maturity which directly benefit how we carry ourselves in everyday life.
We believe that putting theory into practice enables a deeper understanding in the technical complexity of this sport. Admittedly, we too knew times when far more time was spent on teaching rather than sparring. These times came to an end with a statement of rebellion. Statement became quote. Quote became rule. And when the clock hits the ‘9’, we start sparring. Training sessions are balanced, as all things should be.