Mohsen Manafi who is Kodokan Judo 7th Dan and International Judo Referee opened the new Judo Dojo in London.
Born in 1967, have spent over 30 years in Japan learning, practising and "walking the path" from Judo training to Full integration of Japanese culture and lifestyle. He has at a very early stage combined his teaching from The Kodokan from white belt all the way to 7th Dan which makes it unique in the world for a non-Japanese individual, parallelly he established his own business as early as 1994. Always willing to learn he has successfully achieved in his sports practice of Judo but also obtained many international awards for his business achievements. Thus as an international referee and Master in his sports, he decided to share his knowledge and experience with the sports enthusiasts in Britain which is a cosmopolitan, sports-minded vibrant nation.
CODE OF CONDUCT
1. Arrive early enough to change to the uniform before your class begins. Punctuality is an important part of our practice.
2. When entering the dojo, please bow respectfully at the door before entering.
3. Please remove your shoes after entering the Dojo, and place them inside the allocated space.
4. Remove all jewellery and all accessories. They pose a potential danger to other participants and to yourself.
5. Mobile phones must be put in silent mode and left in your bag.
6. Sensei and students bow to each other after the practice is over.
7. The studio should be left clean and ready for the next class.
8. When leaving the dojo, please bow at the door out of respect for the space.