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  • Jay Goldberg

    Jay has studied martial arts for over three decades. He has four years training in Hung Gar Kung Fu under Master S. P. Cheung, and is also an instructor (Sifu) in Wing Chun Kung Fu, having trained for twelve years with Master Pete Pajil, (a student of Moy Yat, Under Yip Man).
    Jay has studied Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu since 1998, and is a Gracie Humaita first degree Blackbelt under Regis Lebre, who is a 4th degree Blackbelt under Royler Gracie.
    Jay is a 2x medalist at the Pan American Jiu-Jitsu Championships and is a New York International Jiujitsu Champion, and absolute division bronze medalist. Jay is licensed by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission as a ringside physician for both mma and boxing matches within the state.
  • Mike Feil

    Mike Feil has spent more than 20 years on the mat. Most of his experience has come from scholastic and freestyle wrestling where he wrestled all year round in tournaments up and down the east coast with the biggest one being the National AAU Freestyle Wrestling Tournament in Michigan placing 4th in the nation.
    After college, Mike was the wrestling coach at several different high schools until he found his new home with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. When he made the transition to Jiu-Jitsu he already had the stand up technique and "mat awareness" in his favor.
    Mike is currently a black belt under Jay Goldberg (Black Belt) and Regis Lebre (Black Belt). Mike took the Bronze Medal in the 2009 Pan American Jiu-Jitsu Tournament in Carson, CA, and took the Gold at the 2009 NY International Tournament.
  • Visiting Instructor: Regis Lebre

    Regis received the honor of the Black Belt from Master Royler Gracie at age 24. He is a fourth degree Black Belt.

    His competition record includes:

     

    • 2013 - IBJJF - Long Beach Fall International Open Championship First place. Absolute- First place
    • 2013 - IBJJF - Master and Seniors World Jiu-Jitsu Championship-Third place
    • 2014 - IBJJF - San Francisco International Open-First place, Absolute-First place
    • 2014 - IBJJF - Pan Jiu-Jitsu Championship-Second place
    • 2014 - IBJJF - American National Jiu-Jitsu Championship-Second place
    • Rio de Janeiro State Championship Titles 1st place – 1998, 1999, 2000
    • Brazilian Nationals Championship Titles 3rd place – 1998, 1999, 2000
    • World Championship Titles 1st place – 2007 (Master Division); 2nd place – 2008; 3rd place – 1999
    • Gracie World Championship (Columbus-OH) 1st place – 2007
    • Brazilian Nationals Team Championship 2nd place – 1999
    • Brazilian Regional North and Northeast Championship 1st Place – 1997, 1998
    • Pan American Championship 1st place – 2009 2nd place – 2007 (Open Class); 3rd Place – 2005, 2007
  • Stefan Kashner

    Bio available soon.
  • Rysheen Jackson - Striking Instructor

    Bio available soon.
  • Amanda Day - Assistant Kids Instructor

    Amanda has trained at Delaware Jiu Jitsu consistently since spring of 2011 when she was just 11 years old. In 2013 she competed in her first Jiu Jitsu tournament taking the gold medal against a boy in her same weight class.
    She has gone on to win and place in many Jiu Jitsu tournaments while maintaining honor roll in school.
    Amanda really enjoys working with the kids in class and showing them the Gracie technique's that work so well in tournaments and self defense.