The term "dojo" literally translates into English as "Way place" and refers to the training hall of a martial artist. The dojo transmits the heart of the martial arts taught there, not just the shells. Students training in such a place will do similar things as those who train in a studio or gymnasium, but in a way, which is significantly different. Our Dojo is housed inside a BootCamp Studio. But for a few hours a week, it becomes more than just a studio.
The process of becoming a martial artist is very similar to forging a sword. The material is heated, pounded, and shaped producing something of beauty; refined, very sharp, graceful, polished, and deadly. Then it is hidden from the view of others and only exposed when absolutely necessary. The dojo acts as such a forge for the student.