From the age of 4 to 11, Arash lived in 6 different countries including Iran, Turkey, Syria, Kuwait, England, and the U.S. Having to mix with so many different cultures, he quickly acquired the ability to read people’s expressions and body language as a means of understanding their communication.
At age 11 he began what would become a distinguished martial arts career, leading him to develop his own Persian based self-defense system called Panjo. Arash later gained an interest in theater and became the student of Broadway actor and director (and The Prince of Fiji), the late Manu Tupou.
After a chance encounter with the book The Game that started him on the path to meeting pickup gurus such as Mystery, and eventually becoming a personal student of James Matador. Arash combines his many backgrounds to create a style of game that is both strong and charismatic, is structured and flows naturally.
Having the confidence of a champion martial artist, the skills of an expert actor, the secrets of a master seducer, and a deep background in Zen Buddhism; Arash Zepar Dibazar now lectures regularly on subjects that affect the human condition and helps people overcome their insecurities and weaknesses to become stronger, more confident, more accomplished, and more fulfilled individuals.