We have selected Blue Ridge, Georgia to begin the celebration of our 40th anniversary of the most prestigious Martial Arts Brand in America. Set in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains expect our May event to be decorated in full flower bloom color. 

Formally founded in 1983 we have grown into one of the largest and only true compete-defend-advance event challenge martial arts system. We are looking forward to two days of training challenges, team building, celebration, and new generation mastermind.

Schedule


FridayTammen Park Recreation Field on the River

Tammen Park is located off Hwy 515 in Blue Ridge and sits under the dam at Blue Ridge Lake.
6550 Appalachian Hwy
Blue Ridge, GA 30513


12:00 pm

Martial Arts Training (all ranks & required for pretest)


3:30 pm

Pretest & GM Interviews


4:30 pm

General Assembly Ceremony & Presentation to attendees


SaturdayBlue Ridge Adventure Park

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2087 East First Street
Blue Ridge, GA 30513


8:00 am

Zip line Team Building: Adventure Park
Assigned start times scheduled in 15-minute intervals


12:30

Next Generation Mastermind Lunch (franchisees & managers
@ Hampton Inn)


2:30 pm

Journey scenic waterfall hike (qualifies for formal test hike)


Event Hotel*


Hampton Inn Blue Ridge: $199 

50 W Main St, Blue Ridge, GA

Blue Ridge Hotel Reservation Link  

Use code TRM when making reservation

*Lodging not included in the 40th Anniversary Retreat & Pretest ticket cost

KOA*


Blue Ridge/Toccoa KOA 67 Blackhawk Dr, Blue Ridge, GA 30513

RV and Tent Site: $58 to $100

 https://koa.com/campgrounds/toccoa-river/

Best to reserve your space and lodging very early.

*Lodging not included in the 40th Anniversary Retreat & Pretest ticket cost

Training Groups:
For safety training groups will be assigned by age, rank, and gender

Attire & Gear:
You will need your Uniform, Training Gear, Hiking Shoes, and a Water Bottle

Registration Information

  • Package includes: martial art trainings, zipline, waterfall hike, 40th special edition black belt and 40th special edition shirt.

  • Includes the all inclusive experience, and the ability to pretest at the 40th anniversary Blue Ridge retreat

  • Package includes: martial art trainings, zipline, waterfall hike, 40th special edition black belt and 40th special edition shirt.

  • Includes the all inclusive experience, and the ability to Interview at the 40th anniversary Blue Ridge retreat

Price included with your ticket


Tiger-Rock Martial Arts Warning, Waiver, Release of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Agreement to Participate
In consideration of being allowed to participate in any way in the sanctioned activity of Tiger-Rock Martial Arts, I, Recognize and understand that martial arts training is a physical contact activity and that my participation might result in serious injury, including permanent disability or death, and severe social and economic loss. Recognize and understand that such risk may be due to not only my own actions, but also the action, inaction or negligence of others, the regulations of participation, or the conditions of the premises, or of any of the equipment used. Recognize that there may be other risks that are not known to me or to others or not reasonably foreseeable at this time. Agree to inspect the facilities, equipment and pairings prior to participation. I will immediately inform an a staff member if I believe that anything is unsafe or beyond my capability and refuse to participate. Assume all of the foregoing risks and accept personal responsibility for any damages that may result from injury, permanent disability or death. Enter martial arts training and/or competition entirely of my own free will and understand the importance of following the rules of training and competition. I have been given a copy of the rules and regulations of Tiger-Rock Martial Arts and agree to abide by the instructions given therein. I certify that I am in good physical condition, and have no disease, injury or other condition that would impair my performance or physical and mental well-being during intense training practice and/or competition. Grant permission in case of injury to have a doctor, nurse, athletic training or other emergency medical personnel provide me with medical assistance or treatment for such injury. Release, waive, discharge and covenant not to sue, Tiger-Rock Martial Arts, its affiliated organizations and governing bodies, their officers, instructors and personnel, other members of the organizations, participants, supervisors, coaches, sponsoring organizations or their agents, and if applicable, owners and leasers of the premises from any and all liability to the undersigned, his or her heirs and next of kin for any and all claims, demands, losses and damages which may be sustained and suffered on account of injury, including death or damage to property, caused or alleged to be caused in whole or in part by the negligence of the realeasees or otherwise. Realize, if I cannot legally agree to the terms in this agreement, I have the responsibility to provide a copy of these terms to the participant, or the participant's legal guardian where applicable, and gain their agreement before I proceed with purchasing their ticket. The event organizer retains the right to disqualify any participant that does not explicitly agree to the terms and conditions laid out in this document. The event organizer retains the right to pass any legal action, resulting from my non-compliance with notifying the appropriate parties of the required terms and conditions for participating in the event and gaining their agreement to the terms and conditions, onto myself, and I agree to be held liable for such action. Agree, if the participant is a minor, that I as their legal and rightful guardian the participant meets all requirements in this document, including but not limited to certify that participant is in good physical condition, and has no disease, injury or other condition that would impair their performance or physical and mental well-being during intense training practice and/or competition.
Risk Agreement ADVISORY OF RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Safety is not the sole responsibility of instructors and staff. Everyone at the event is responsible for their own safety and the safety of those around them. All participants have the right and responsibility to excuse themselves from any exercise they believe will be harmful to them. All participants must evaluate each situation in the context of their skill and current physical condition, and conduct each drill in a manner that is safe. If a staff member gives an instruction that is unsafe for the participant, it is the participant's responsibility to inform a staff member that the activity may be unsafe. A staff member will routinely excuse the participant from unsafe exercises and drills. The staff member may ask for an explanation, and the participant is expected to provide one. All participants have the responsibility to train and conduct themselves in a manner that helps all participants and staff remain safe. participants must give those who are training enough room to avoid interfering and avoid being accidentally struck by someone else practicing, which is especially important when others are practicing with weapons. In the event of an injury, participants have the right and responsibility to evaluate the extent of harm, stopping what they are doing even if it includes a partner, and determining if it is safe to continue. Unless a participant is certain that further practice will not create or worsen a problem, all participants are encouraged to stop what they are doing and inform a staff member. In the event of a serious injury or the appearance of a serious injury, all participants, instructors, staff and visitors notably parents, have the right to call a stop to a particular training exercise. If a participant notes an unsafe training situation, which may include a participant performing a skill incorrectly, a participant not showing due regard for the safety of others, a defective piece of training equipment, a potentially dangerous obstacle or condition on the floor, or anything else that may cause or lead to harm of the participants, instructors, staff, visitors or guests, then the participant is expected to correct the situation if it is within his ability or to notify an instructor or staff member immediately. If something is simple to correct, such as removing an obstacle from the floor, the participant should correct the situation. If the situation may require the authority of the instructor or staff, or if it is not a simple matter, then the instructor or staff member should be notified immediately.
ASSUMPTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES AND RISK
Martial Arts training is a potentially dangerous activity. Bumps, bruises, scrapes, scratches and soreness are commonplace, and most participants will encounter this sort of minor injury from time to time in their competitions. More serious injuries are possible, including sprains, strains, twists, cramps, and injuries of similar magnitude, and the participant can be expected to encounter these injuries frequently. The possibility of more serious injuries exists, including fractured cones, broken bones, torn ligaments, though not all participants encounter such serious injuries. There remains, despite safety precautions, the remote possibility of crippling or death, though this is certainly not expected in this martial arts event. In understand the above statement of risk, and I understand the rights and responsibilities of participants. I assume responsibility for my own safety (or the safety of my child), understanding and accepting the risks involved with martial arts training. Even if a staff member has informed me that no serious injuries have ever happened in this event or with any of the staff, I understand that this does not mean that there is not possibility of harm. By assuming this risk, I completely absolve all instructors, staff, guests, participants, landlords, management companies and any and all other parties of liability for my harm, unless intentionally caused in criminal conduct.
NOTICE AND CONSENT TO INSTRUCTORS
This event seeks to make use of highly trained professional instructors, with both expertise and experience both in the art(s) that we teach and in teaching. Classes may be taught by the head instructor or any other qualified instructor. Should an instructor be unavailable for a given class, a junior instructor, senior student or guest instructor may teach. The choice of the instructor is left to the discretion of the event organizer. I understand that I may not always have the instructor I desire, but I shall seek to learn from whoever is teaching, to show the respect due to the position of teacher to whomever is teaching, and to conduct myself in accordance with the etiquette established at this event. I understand that I have the responsibility for my own safety without regard to who may be teaching the class I specifically consent to any instructor of the event, instructors or staff feel are sufficiently qualifies by standards they set to teach the class. I specifically understand and agree that the full force of this document applies no matter who is teaching.
NOTICE OF PHYSICAL CONTACT
Complete martial arts training involves a wide variety of skills. While practicing these skills, participants may have contact with any portion of the body. The groin may be the target of kicks, strikes or grabs. The chest, buttocks, groin or any part of the body may be contacted by any part of the training partner's body during training with martial arts techniques, or incidentally contacted while performing a martial arts technique which targets another portion of the body. When male and female participants train together, or when adult and minor participants train together, and in any other training combination, the purpose and intent of the event, instructors and staff is to provide an environment for all participants to learn and practice martial arts and self-defense. Participants are expected to conduct themselves appropriately at all times to ensure the best training results for everyone. Should any participant feel that a partner is engaging in contact beyond the scope of the event, or a partner is taking undue and unacceptable advantage of contact, or if a participant is made uncomfortable by any exercise or partner, then that participant has the right to withdraw from the exercise, drill, or competition. If the contact of a partner appears inappropriate, the participant should inform a staff member privately. If the conduct of the partner or any partner appears criminal, then a staff member should be informed and the authorities may be notified either by the participant or the staff, or both.
CONSENT TO PHYSICAL CONTACT
I understand the nature of physical contact in martial arts training, and I understand that I have the right to immediately withdraw from any exercise or drill in which the contact of any party seems beyond the scope of training and makes me uncomfortable. I agree to abide by the event etiquette in all manners pertaining to training, and I shall not in any way conduct myself inappropriately or take inappropriate advantage of the contact martial arts training allows. INDEMNIFICATION BY PARENTS
Applicable only to parents enrolling a minor child. I agree not to bring any claim or suit against the event organizer, instructors, staff, guests, students, landlord, participants, or any other parties on behalf of my child for any injury or harm sustained by any event short of a criminal act, and then only the criminal shall be the subject of such a suit. I further agree that I will not cause to be brought, nor encourage a claim or suit. I also agree not to cooperate in the bringing of such a suit or claim except insofar as I may be legally required to do so. Finally, I shall indemnify the event organizer, instructors, staff, guests, students, participants, and any and all additional defendants covered by this agreement for all judgments, costs, attorney fees and other expenses incurred as a result of a breach of this agreement.
ARBITRATION CLAUSE
Should any dispute arise between me, my child, or anyone acting on behalf of my child, regarding this event, then I specifically agree that the dispute shall be resolved in binding arbitration. Should a suit be filed in Court, I specifically authorize the Court to order the case to a binding arbitration.
SEVERABILITY
If any clause, sentence, phrase or statement is found unenforceable or invalid by any Court of Law, the remainder of the document shall remain valid enforceable and the invalid clause, sentence, phrase or statement shall be struck from the document.
DURABILITY
This document is effective from the date the event tickets are purchased with no expiration. Furthermore, the terms of this document are retroactive to the beginning of the event if this document was signed after that date.
AUTHORITY TO TREAT
I, give the instructors, staff and responsible adults the power to authorize medical or other treatment of the participant named subject to the limitations listed below, if any. If I am not the named participant, I am the parent, guardian or responsible adult for the named participant and I have legal right to grant this power. Treatment may be made without regard to whether I or any other parent, guardian or responsible person has been contacted or has consented to the specific treatment, provided it does not conflict with the limitations outlined below. This authority begins on the date signed and continues indefinitely. By granting my authorization, I assume responsibilities for all decisions made, provided they are reasonable decisions under the circumstances based on the knowledge and understanding of the person making the decisions, and I trust their judgment and offer the benefit of the doubt to them in any claim or legal proceeding. This presumption may only be overcome by clear and convincing evidence that they acted with malice or willful gross negligence, and if so they may still be liable. I understand that the instructors, staff, senior students, or others may have some skills in first aid, CPR, and at their discretion, I authorize them to use those skills and techniques to assist in any circumstance in which they judge their skills would be necessary or helpful. Refund Policy Tiger-Rock Martial Arts International and Tiger-Rock Events currently does not offer refunds on event ticket purchases.
By this Agreement, Tiger-Rock Martial Arts, Corporate & Franchised (“Academy”) and the other person who signs this Agreement below (“Participant”), state their shared
responsibilities and obligations to promote a safe and healthy environment for their dealings with each other (and also other persons) during martial arts training, competitions and
events.
1. Academy promises to exercise ordinary care and diligence to promote the possibility of a safe and healthy facility and experience. However, both Academy and Participant recognize and agree that martial arts training, competitions and events involve many people, strenuous physical activity, and physical interaction by, between and among individuals. For these reasons, Participant’s participation in martial arts training,
competitions and events involves risk of illness and injury.
2. Participant agrees (a) that Participant has a duty and obligation to exercise common sense and (b) that Participant has a duty of care to promote the health and safety of Participant and others present at martial arts training, competitions and events.
3. Academy will attempt to promote the health and safety at martial arts training, competitions and events by taking the following actions, including, but not limited
to:
(a) Providing for sale customary or required safety equipment.
(b) Providing customary health screening of attendees if required by local Public Health Officials.
(c) Providing reasonable supervision of activities at martial arts training, competitions and events.
4. Participant will promote the health and safety at martial arts training, competitions and events by taking the following actions, including, but not limited to:
(a) Conducting himself or herself in a courteous, safe and respectful manner at all times.
(b) Declining to attend and participate in activities if Participant has symptoms of any infectious disease.
(c) Declining to participate in any activity that Participant considers to be too risky or dangerous for Participant.
(d) Promptly notifying Academy of anything that Participant thinks might be unsafe or unhealthy to Participant or others.
5. Participant’s actual participation in martial arts training, competitions and activities at events will conclusively prove that Participant was completely satisfied with the risk and safety conditions associated with that activity.
6. Participant has the primary responsibility, and Academy has only a secondary responsibility, to look out for Participant’s health and safety at martial arts training, competitions and events and to protect others from Participant’s health and actions.
7. Both Academy and Participant have a responsibility to promote a safe and healthy environment at martial arts training, competitions and events. Either Academy’s or Participant’s failure to fulfill that duty might result in court proceedings.
8. Participation in martial arts, including martial arts training, competitions and activities at events, involves an ever-present risk of injury. Bumps, bruises, scrapes, scratches and soreness are commonplace. More serious injuries are possible, including
sprains, strains, twists, cramps, and injuries of similar magnitude, and Participant can be expected to encounter these injuries frequently. The possibility of more serious injuries
exists, including broken bones, concussions and other head injuries, torn muscles, tendons and ligaments, but are less common. There remains, despite safety precautions, the
possibility of serious injury or death. Participant understands the risks described above. Participant assumes responsibility for Participant’s own safety (or the safety of Participant’s child), understanding and accepting the risks involved with martial arts activities. Even if a staff member claims that no serious injuries have ever happened in an activity, Participant understands that this does not mean that there is not the possibility of harm.
For valuable consideration received, I hereby grant to Tiger-Rock Martial Arts International (“Photographer”) the absolute and irrevocable right and unrestricted permission to use, reuse, display, distribute, transmit, publish, re-publish, copy, or otherwise exploit, either in whole or in part, either digitally, in print, or in any other medium now or hereafter known, for any purpose whatsoever and without restriction, photographs and/or video footage taken of the participant (“Talent”), or in which Talent may be included; to alter the same without restriction; and to copyright the same. I understand and agree that Photographer may or may not use name of Talent in conjunction with the photographs and/or video footage as he or she so chooses. I hereby release and discharge Photographer, and his or her agents, representatives, and assignees from any and all claims and demands arising out of or in connection with the use of the photographs and/or video footage, including without limitation any and all claims for invasion of privacy, right of publicity, and defamation.
Consent.
I represent that I am the parent or legal guardian or can legally represent Talent and that I have read the foregoing and fully understand its contents. This release shall be binding upon me, my heirs, legal representatives, and assigns.
Entire Agreement.
This Agreement contains the entire agreement between the parties relating to the subject matter hereof and supersedes any and all prior agreements or understandings, written or oral, between the parties related to the subject matter hereof. No modification of this Agreement shall be valid unless made in writing and agreed to by both of the parties here to.
Binding Effect.
This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of Photographer and his or her respective successors and assigns, provided that Photographer may not assign any of his or her obligations under this Agreement without the my prior written consent.

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