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Initial information for access to training


  • Punctuality in attendance is requested in order to adjust to the practice schedule.

  • Infant students must bring a bottle of water and their needs done before class.

  • A minimum space of one and a half hours between food and training is recommended to avoid gastric problems during the session.

  • For the children's modality, the use of the Wu Shu Yifu (training kimono) and the Yaodai (grade belt) is mandatory, according to the details described in the beginner's manual that is provided at the time of registration.

  • The student must attend training with clean clothes, nails cut and properly groomed.

  • The presence of parents is not allowed in the training room to prevent the student from losing concentration or interfering with the teaching work of the Laoshi (teacher).

  • Infant students must take the grade pass test annually according to the subject content detailed in the information table in the Kung Fu room.

  • Remember that additional metallic objects (watches, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, etc.) are an extreme risk for martial practice due to the injuries that their use can cause in Kung Fu training.

  • The room has a space for storing backpacks, shoes and any item other than training.

  • The use of mobile phones is prohibited except in cases of force majeure, which must be communicated to the teacher before the start of class.  

  • The sessions are private and therefore any recording action not authorized by the management of the center and those attending the session is prohibited.

  • It is recommended that you read the code of conduct before accessing the training and comply with it in all its details.


Code of conduct of the martial artist in the training room  


  • Respect the uniformity of the school.

  • Go to training with proper hygiene and with nails properly trimmed.

  • Say hello when entering and leaving the room as a sign of respect for the place where learning takes place.

  • Say hello at the beginning of class.

  • Greet the partner before and after starting the training in pairs.

  • Address classmates and the teacher with the same attention, respect and patience that we want to receive.

  • Do not overdo the application of techniques. Do not attack your partner from behind. Stop the technique when he asks for it.

  • Do not maintain violent, vindictive or revengeful attitudes, nor compete with anyone.

  • Do not interrupt the explanations. Wait for them to end to request clarification or ask the appropriate questions. Ask honestly.

  • Do not try to stand out or prevail over others. The level of the student is shown in the quality of their work and not in their words.

  • When working with weapons, exercise extreme caution regarding distance and surroundings to avoid accidents.

  • Do not play with weapons or make unexpected movements in the practice in pairs.

  • Keep the training room neat and tidy.

  • Do not eat or chew gum or candy in the training area.

  • Do not argue and use dialogue and understanding to solve any problem.

The rules are there to guarantee a correct development of the martial spirit, maintain safety and hygiene in training and provide all our students with a cordial and pleasant practice environment.

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