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Sensei Floyd

Sensei Floyd

Scientist

A.Sc. Marine Science Technology
B.Sc. Biochemistry

In 2007, Sensei Floyd graduated from College of the Redwoods with an A.S. in Marine Science Technology, and was also awarded the local Audubon Society Scholarship for Outstanding Science Student. Once he attained his A.Sc., he took his education further and relocated to Sacramento, CA, where he graduated in 2012 from CSU Sacramento with a B.Sc. in Biochemistry. Sensei Floyd now works as the Lead Scientist at Vermicrop Organics.

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Hikari Ryuza Bujutsu® Instructor
Sandan (3rd Degree), Hikari Ryuza Bujutsu®

Sensei Floyd began training with Senior Grandmaster Crimi in 2003 and earned his Shodan (first degree black belt) in Hikari Ryuza Bujutsu® in 2006. Sensei Floyd has moved up steadily through the ranks, earning his Sandan (3rd degree black belt) in February 2014. Sensei Floyd has been a permanent fixture at the Hikari Ryuza Center, making the four-hour commute to continue as a weekend instructor while attending college in Fort Bragg, CA. He teaches adult and children classes at the Hikari Ryuza Center, and volunteers his time as a DT Instructor (Defensive Tactics) for Grandmaster Crimi’s POST (Peace Officer Standards and Training) certified defensive tactics courses, teaches classes for Nevada County’s volunteer deputies and retired law enforcement, and assists in teaching Women’s Self Defense course (Hikari Ryuza Fujin Goshin No Maki®), which has trained over 1,000 women.

“Becoming a Black Belt is the best thing that I have done with my life and I am privileged to be a Black Belt under Senior Grandmaster Crimi.”

– Sensei Adam Floyd