NOEL Turner (right) has 36 years of experience in karate and enjoys passing on his knowledge to his students.
NOEL Turner (right) has 36 years of experience in karate and enjoys passing on his knowledge to his students.

Turner continues karate passion

THE Gympie Karate Club is back to business this week following a highly successful seminar at the weekend.

As reported in yesterday’s Gympie Times, the seminar was hosted by Sensei Noel Turner, attracting karate pupils from Bundaberg, Maryborough and Gympie.

The seminar revised basic and advanced Kata in addition to self defence skills.

Karate pupils gained a lot from Tuner’s 36 years of experience in the sport.

As a 6 Dan Black Belt and chief instructor of the Australia Japan Karate-Do Ryobu-Kai, Turner’s passion for karate is unrelenting.

Gympie Times


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