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  • Class Schedule
    Sun: 4p - 6p Tue: 7p - 9p
  • Equipment
    All you need are gym clothes at first. We can lend you everything, however after you join, you will eventually be required to purchase your own equipment. – Training sword (Iaito) – Wooden sword (Bokken) with tsuba and plastic saya – Pleated pants (hakama) – Top (Dogi) – Belt (Obi) – Knee pads - if necessary – Traditional Japanese foot socks (Tabi) - if necessary A Few Online Stores: – Tozando Shop – E-Bogu – Seido Shop – Yamato Budogu
  • Can I Try a Class?
    You are welcome to come try one of our classes. An intro class is $20, and you can either book online or bring cash. We will lend you the equipment, so all you need is comfortable exercise clothing.
  • Dojo Etiquette
    Please arrive to class at least 10 minutes before it starts to give yourself time to change and warm up. Always follow directions given to you by the instructor. Respect the dojo, equipment and fellow practitioners at all times. If you ever feel uncomfortable doing anything in the dojo, please notify an instructor. Please maintain a positive attitude while training.
  • Fee Structure
    One time intro class: $20 Membership: $100 monthly To participate in any Ryushin Shouchi Ryu seminars and ranking tests, you must become a member of the RSR organization. All testing and certificate fees are determined by the RSR organization in Japan and are not included in your monthly membership. One-time RSR registration fee to receive a passbook: $65 Yearly dues to RSR organization: $100 For RSR organization testing fee and certification fee, please see the RSR annual dues chart below:
  • Online Classes
    Full time members of Ryushinkan Dojo will have access to supplemental zoom sessions at no additional cost, either upon request or as scheduled. Students may ask questions and receive individualized training to address any technique or problem they may be having. We believe that the majority of learning happens in person and we hope that these online classes will contribute to that learning and growth.
  • Is Training Dangerous?
    Training must be done according to everyone's specific level. Kindness, respect, and a positive attitude while training are top priorities at our dojo. As a student, you always have the right say "no" to training with someone you don't feel comfortable training with, and you can always approach a teacher about anyone you feel is not adhering to the above values. Moreover, it is vital that you learn to become aware of your training space in order to avoid injuring yourself, others, or damaging the dojo equipment. This means knowing how much space your training/weapons will take up, and ensuring that this space is available and free on the mat. While safety is one of our top concerns, and adhering to the above values will make for the safest possible training experience, there is always a fair amount of risk of physical injury when training in a martial art. Please be sure to sign our legal waiver before attending classes, and take a look at our dojo etiquette.



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