He currently holds an official U.S.A. National Karate-Do Federation 8th Degree Black Belt in Karate-do and a 6th Degree Black Belt in Shorinji Kempo Aiki-Jujitsu. His instructor's licenses were issued by the All-Japan Karate-do Federation and the World Shorinji Kempo Federation in 1978 in Japan. He is also Soke / President of Nippon Toho Iai-Do Renmei Shuko-kai. These degrees require the highest caliber of Karate, Jujitsu and Iai-Do knowledge. Miyake Sensei was the All-Japan Champion in Shito-Ryu Shuko-Kai in 1982 and the 1988 U.S.A Karate Federation National Champion. He was also selected to be the representative at the All-Japan Martial representatives Arts Demonstration (Budosai) -- a distinctive honor due to the fact that are chosen throughout Japan based on their superior skills in their respective arts.
His USANKF Black Belt , which has equally been approved by the U.S. Olympic Committee and is the highest rank in this organization.
In addition of being a Member of the Examiners Board (U.S.A.N.K.F), Miyake Sensei also serves in the U.S.A.N.K.F's National Technical Committee as the Chairman of the Kata Committee and Technical advisor for the National Team and coaches (1994-2010). He also held Pan American and W.K.F International Referee's Licenses.
He also has received the honor of Instructor of the year at USA-NKF National Tournament 2003.
|Central Regional Chief Instructor|
|Sensei Selene Miyake|
currently holds at 5th Degree Black Belt in Karate-Do and Iai-Do. Ms.
Miyake won Goju-ryu All NatIonal Championships in Mexico for
and kata (form) for many years. She also received an award for best competitor of 1995 from Deparment of Sports, she had been teaching Karate-Do and
Iai-do from 1985 to 1996 at University (Cd. Victoria) Mexico.
While training and teaching in Martial Arts in
Osaka in Japan she received a 4th Degree Black
Belt from Soke, Taisho Shirota in Karate-Do (1995), 3rd Degree black belt in Iai-Do from Hanshi Masuro Shato.
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