Kyoshi Stacey E.
Kyoshi Stacey Boyette began her
martial arts training in the Japanese karate style of
Kyokushinkai in 1972 and received her Shodan in 1977. After relocating for
she began her training in USA Goju Karate with Hanshi Keith Teller at the
Gainesville Dojo in 1986.
Under Hanshi Tellerís tutelage Kyoshi Boyette won the Florida State Womenís
Full-Contact Karate Title
in the lightweight division in 1987. Following graduate school, she began
teaching USA Goju Karate
wherever her career took her and also began training in Goshin Do Karate in
1992. Kyoshi Boyette
currently lives in Falls Church, VA and maintains close ties with Hanshi Teller
and the Gainesville Dojo.
She teaches Chemistry, AP Chemistry, and USA Goju Karate at the Madeira School
in McLean, VA.
Training Experience: 6th Dan, 23 years Goju (32 years total)
Kyoshi Boyette receiving her 6th Dan diploma from Shihan Dai
Keith Teller in March 2009
Kyoshi Stacey Boyette with her teacher, Shihan Teller, and
fellow black belts who attended the banquet following the
20th Annual Gainesville Open: left to right Back row, Sensei Chuck Joyner (Godan),
Sempai Scott Beaulieu (Shodan),
Sensei Andrew Adcock (Renshi), Sempai Dave Castine (Shodan) Sempai Dan Ominski
(Nidan), Shihan Dai Keith Teller (10*),
Sempai John Baptiste (Nidan), Front row: Renshi Bridgette Morris (Renshi),
Kyoshi Stacey Boyette (Rokudan).
Promotion day in the Madeira Dojo, Spring 2011
Three Purple Belts, Spring
Promotion day in the Madeira Dojo,
The Madeira Dojo
The Madeira Dojo hosting
Senseis Tom Hudson (Goshindo - 4th Dan),
Mark Fisher (Goshindo - 4th Dan), Caitlin Stange (Tae Kwon Do Black Belt) in
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