Dr. Micah Naziri

Dr. Micah B.D.C. Naziri (Shifu Seng, Hern-Heng) holds multiple black sash and instructor ranks from all over the world, including China and Israel. He has been training in martial arts since 1994 and been a Taoist disciple under Manuel Taningco and Huang, Chien-Liang since 2006. He has been a Yang style T'aijiquan instructor since 2006 and Tien Shan Pai instructor since 2008. He became a Xingyiquan and Chen style T'aijiquan instructor in 2009 and became a student of Chen, Yaoze in 2010, and Chen Bing in 2012. He has trained in Krav Maga since 2005 and has studied the system in California and the State of Israel. He holds two masters degrees (2012, 2015) and a doctorate (2020), which was the result of nearly a decade of research and studies through his international organization the Hashlamah Project Foundation, carried out in the State of Israel and the Palestinian Territories and abroad.

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