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What is Wah Dojo?

 "One becomes a beginner after one thousand days of training, and an expert after ten thousand days of training" Sosai Mas Oyama

​​Wah Dojo was founded in 1992 by Shihan Wah. Long before that, and for over more than 30 years Shihan Wah has dedicated himself to teaching countless students. It is because of this dedication that the Dojo has flourished and became a community for people of all ages to meet and learn about the Kyokushin way. The Kyokushin way is not a myth, and its questions are answered, and  the path unfolds on a daily basis within the walls of  Wah Dojo, to whoever has made the effort and has had the interest in taking that first step.

The goal for our training is to work hard, dedicate ourselves to the training and forge our mind and bodies to be the best we can be. Be better today than we were yesterday and  better tomorrow than we were today.    OSU!

COVID Health and Safety Information

 

These are the  COVID 19 protective steps  taken at the Dojo : 

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  • Masks are mandatory for unvaccinated  students and spectators. 

  • Classes are no longer kept to 12 or less students

  • We are no longer taking temperature checks at the door 

  • We are  keeping track of student attendance in class

  • We are still requiring students to use hand sanitizer upon entry

  • Spectators are allowed to sit inside and watch classes but must follow mask mandate

  • Socks will no longer be worn in classes

  • Students will resume sparring and other close quarter training

  • Students are still responsible to provide their own water

  • Students must supply their own sparring gear. no gear will be loaned out

 

Here is a list of things that could help in keeping you from getting sick: 

 

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. 

  • Use hand sanitizer if you are not able to wash your hands. 

  • Keep your hands away from your face/mouth/eyes. 

  • If you have to sneeze or cough please cover your face and use tissue if possible. Wash hands immediately if possible.  

  • Avoid people who are sick. 

  • If you or anyone in your house hold is sick, please take time away from training. Once you are fever free for at least 24 hours without medication, and are feeling better, you may resume training.    

  • If you or anyone in your household is diagnosed/exposed to COVID-19, please notify Shihan Wah so he can notify other families/students. The student’s name will remain confidential.  

OSU!                                                                                                                                                                                  2/16/2022