Master Harry Pfister started his martial arts training on Long Island, NY in 1989. After being handpicked for the Instructors College by Master Richard Madore, he was selected to run a school in Eatontown, NJ.
After successfully building up the Eatontown school, Master Pfister was promoted to District Manager of New Jersey.
In 1995, Master Pfister was promoted to Regional Manager for the Southeast Pennsylvania Region. Master Pfister assisted with the opening of new locations in the SE PA area, as well as the ongoing training of the instructors/owners.
After taking over the Chalfont, PA studio in 1996, the studio has been used as a model for all Pennsylvania schools as well as the headquarters and training facility for the Pennsylvania Instructors Training Program.
In 2004 Master Pfister was promoted to Vice President of Pennsylvania Operations and now oversees testing for beginner ranks at all SE PA locations.
Master Pfister currently teaches at and owns the Chalfont, PA location, and also teaches a Martial Arts, Self Defense and Fencing course at Montgomery Community College.
He is also active in the community by doing year-round demonstrations for the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and local elementary schools, as well as providing Women’s Self Defense Classes and summer camps for the New Britain Township Police Department.
Since 2007, Master Pfister has been organizing a yearly a KICK-A-THON for a local charity. Through 2016, his students and other area Villari Studios have raised over $80,000 for Manna on Main Street and A Woman’s Place, two local charities that help out the local community in many ways.
During the 80s and 90s, Master Pfister had competed in many tournaments and retired as the international breaking champion. In his last breaking demonstration, he was selected by Grandmaster Villari to break in front of the 3000 spectators at the international tournament as part of the main exhibition of the day.