Seigido Ryu Karate and Jujitsu, Martial Arts, New Jersey
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Seigido Ryu Instructors
 
Kyoshi Rosario Panariello
Certified Seigido Ryu Instructor
Began training in Seigido Ryu in 1991 after having trained in Tae-Kwon-Do over 4 years
8th Degree Black Belt in Seigido Ryu
6th Degree Black Belt in Kar-Do-Jitsu Ryu
1st Degree Black Belt in Tae-Kwon-Do
1st Degree Black Belt in Shiho Karano Jujitsu
Inducted into the World Karate Federation Hall of Fame in 1999
 
Shihan James Ryan Vella
Certified Seigido Ryu Instructor
Began training in Seigido Ryu in 1992
7th Degree Black Belt in Seigido Ryu
6th Degree Black Belt in Kar-Do-Jitsu Ryu
4th Degree Black Belt in Shiho Karano Jujitsu
1st Degree Black Belt in Iaido
1997 Black Belt National Champion - Christian Black Belt Association/Shiho Karano Kai International's National Championships
1999 Black Belt National Champion - Christian Black Belt Association/Shiho Karano Kai International's National Championships
2010 Black Belt National Champion in Self-Defense at the North American Federation of Martial Arts National Championships held in Atlantic City
2010 Induction into NAFMA Hall of Fame
 
Shihan Diane Vella
Began training in Seigido Ryu in 1996
Honorary 5th Degree Black Belt for age and life experience
2nd Degree Black Belt in Seigido Ryu
Brown Belt in Shiho Karano Jujitsu
CBBA Certified Associate Martial Arts Chaplain
 
Sensei Jim Gleason
Began training in Seigido Ryu in 2006 after having trained in Vada Kenpo for 17 years
2nd Degree Black Belt in Seigido Ryu
1st Degree Black Belt in Kar-Do-Jitsu Ryu and Jujitsu
1st Kyu Brown Belt in Vada Kenpo
 
Sensei George Abrams
2nd Degree Black Belt in Seigido Ryu
1st Degree Black Belt in Jujitsu
 
OTHER SEIGIDO RYU BLACK BELTS ON STAFF
Sensei Bill Becket
Sensei Ken Siano
Sensei Lauren Abrams
Sensei Dave Klaus
Sensei Scott Springer
Sensei Tim Francis
 

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