Constantino (Tino) Ceberano

Constantino (Tino) Ceberano

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Specialization/s: Arnis

This coach is approved to work with Children and Vulnerable people.


Constantino "Tino" Ceberano OAM (Order of Australia Medal) is a 10th degree black belt in karate and master (Guro) of the Philipino Martial Art of Arnis. Hanshi Tino is not only Australia's most decorated martial arts practitioners he is endeared by tens of thousands of martial arts practitioners who have recieved tuition from him at one time or another. Tino is highly recognised in Australia and abroad for his lifelong contribution to the martial arts and is recognised in Australia as the Nation's founding father. Hanshi Tino began his training in Hawaii in Filipino stick fighting with his father and later explored many other martial art systems including Judo, Kempo and Kyokushinkai Karate. It was as a US Marine in Hawaii where Tino was introduced to the Goju Kai Karate system and under the tutelage of Master Masa Oshiro the Chief Instructor of the Hawaii Division directly under the legendary Gogen Yamaguchi that Tino became firmly established in the Goju Karate system. Tino was soon to advance to a level that would determine his life from that time onwards. As a personal friend of Gogen Hanshi and the Yamaguchi family, he was soon to become the conduit of the system to other countries and in particular Australia. Tino married and settled in Australia where he ran Australia's most progressive and influential martial art systems. Tino spawned an empire of quality karate teaching and produced many outstanding students who represented their countries and of whom many have gone on to create their own successful organisations, all thanks to the teaching and support of their Sensei, Tino Ceberano. In 2018 Constantino Ceberano was recognised by the Australian Government for his significant life long contribution to the martial arts and was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia. The Order of Australia is an order of chivalry established on 14 February 1975 by Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia, to recognise Australian citizens and other persons for achievement or meritorious service. Before the establishment of the order, Australian citizens received British honours. Hanshi Constantino Ceberano is undoubtedly one of the worlds most respected Martial Arts figures. His experience as head of the Goju Kai and other governing bodies in Australia make him arguably one of the most experience and qualified leaders in the industry.

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Brisbane, Queensland, AU

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