Staff reserve the right to ask anyone not respecting these guidelines to leave the academy immediately.
- All students must wash their hands and feet before entering the mat area.
- If you are feeling unwell, do not come to class.
- No food, drink or chewing gum on mat level.
- No foul language inside or around the academy
- No smoking inside or around the academy
- Be aware of your personal hygiene. Shower and trim your nails before class.
- Please remove all makeup, jewelery and piercings prior to class.
- Make sure your Gi & rashguard are clean, free from odor and in good condition.
- If you (the student) or your child is sick, please stay home.
- Feet must be cleaned before stepping on the mats.
- Treat everyone with respect and the same will be done to you.
- Clean up after yourself. This includes the bathrooms, change rooms and common areas. Take your belongings with you when you leave.
- Please show up on time. It is disrespectful and disruptive to be late.
- Please wait mat side until the instructor gives you permission to join the class if you do arrive late.
- Students must ask permission to leave the mat area
- All personal belongings ( except outdoor shoes) must be kept in the changerooms. Outdoor shoes may be left in designated areas at the front or rear of the academy.
- Be respectful of classes that are in session. If the instructor says you’re being too loud, you’re being too loud.
- If you are injured notify the instructor immediately.
Core values like respect, humility, self-control and honesty are an integral part of the community at Roll Jiu Jitsu. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is one of the very few places outside of the home where these principles are taught. These are the fundamental difference between Martial Arts and any other activity in which your child may participate. We teach lessons that last a lifetime.
We provide quality instructions for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in an environment that is safe, free from harassment or abuse and promotes respectful and positive behaviour and values.
"Building Character and Community Through Jiu Jitsu."