The color white represents a new beginning, pure and innocent. Not Yet accumulated any knowledge.
The color yellow represents the sun that nourishes the student to work hard toward reaching their goals. Has attained some understanding of martial arts.
The color orange is the color of the sun, that represents brightness and nourishment so the student may set a foundation to for their training.
The color purple represents the beauty and grace of the natural arts. Stands for brilliant, royal a symbol of courage. The focus on training has taken place.
The color green represents life and growth. The student strives to develop perseverance and patience.
The blue color represents the sky, the potential for growth is greater. The student develops dedication and a deeper understanding of their training. The sky is the limit.
The color red represents fire and energy, two elements needed that allow the student to grow and gain skill and confidence in their training.
The color brown represents the earth or the ground. The student has grown and built a solid foundation, techniques and knowledge.
The color black represents the completion of the cycle, a world of the unknown that lays ahead. The ultimate goal but not the end of your training as it is the beginning.