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9 years in business

About this pro

A disruptive approach to self defense integrating jujitsu, escrima, kempo/karate, judo and boxing with sciences like kinesiology, neurophysiology, physics and congnition research.

I've taught all ages and every level of experience, including school owners, law enforcement and members of the military. I've taught in Europe 3x and been invited to teach in Australia in 2018.

I believe in making martial arts accessible to those who want to learn, so I work hard to make classes affordable.

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Metuchen, NJ 08840
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FAQs


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I've been training for 40 years and teaching for over 25. I hold instructor ranks in kempo, jujitsu, and escrima. I'm a master-instructor in pressure point self-defense. I also earned an engineering masters degree which I used to re-engineer what I was taught by applying anatomy, physiology, physics, and other sciences to improve effectiveness.


How did you get started teaching?

I spent 20 years studying jujitsu under an instructor who sparked my interest in self-defense due to his career in intelligence, counter-terrorism, law enforcement and executive security.


What types of students have you worked with?

I am a NJ native but I have taught seminars in Europe multiple times. I've taught students in every age group and level of experience. I've taught owners of schools, law enforcement and military personnel. I have extensive experience teaching physical limitations such as orthopedic problems and even spina bifida.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Can the curriculum be used in a range of situations? Does it include techniques for controlling an irritating drunk, as well as techniques for disabling an attacker in a life-or-death confrontation? Will it work against a much stronger attacker? Could my 12-year old use it effectively against an adult? Could I use it in the confined space of an airline cabin against someone trying to open the exit door in-flight?


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