Maintain at least 1,5 metre distance between you and others when not on the mat. Especially with other visitors of the “De Ruimte”
Wear a shirt (or rashguard) underneath your gi
Pay extra attention to your personal hygiene. Wash your hands often, use paper towels and sneeze in the crook of your elbow
The original hygiene rules are still in effect (see section “Hygiene”)
Respect and listen to your training partner. The safety and health of your training partner (and yourself) are of outmost importance. Always “tap out” on time and immediately let go of your training partner if the person (verbally) taps out or surrenders.
Insults, racial or discriminating slurs and behaviour are not tolerated.
Training while under the influence of drugs and alcohol is not allowed.
For your own safety and others, it is not allowed to wear piercings and jewellery during the class. Please remove all piercings and jewellery before the class.
Notify the instructor about injuries and/or (chronic) diseases.
Listen carefully to the instructor and follow his instructions.
Be on time for the training. A participant should be ready at least 5 minutes before the class starts. Notify the instructor whenever you are not able to make it on time
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is a martial arts and there is always a chance to become injured during the classes. A participant is training at his/her own risk. The instructor is not responsible for injuries and accidents.
The participant is responsible for his or her own personal belongings. The instructor is not responsible for loss or theft of personal property
The monthly payment should be payed before the start of the month.
Make sure your fingernails and toenails are cut.
Make sure that you and your clothing are clean.
In case of fungal infections or transferable diseases you should notify the instructor. You are not allowed to train until there is no danger of infecting others.
Clothing should not contain any metals or other sharp edges like zippers.
Use flip flops when you are not on the mat. For example when visiting the restroom.
You are not allowed to step on the mat with your shoes (or dirty feet).
Keep the training space and dressing room neat and clean.