TED HANULAK SENSEI
The current head of the Japanese martial art of Senso-Ryu and chief instructor at the Sensokan Dojo Indianapolis is Ted Hanulak Sensei.. Born and raised in New York City, his martial arts experiences began in Karate-do as a child, Tae Kwon Do in high school, and Judo in college.

​In 1983 Hanulak Sensei began his training under Richard Behrens Shihan in the Japanese martial art of Senso-Ryu and the ancient discipline of Zen meditation. Hanulak Sensei studied for 9 years under the Shihan and began teaching in 1992.

​Hanulak Sensei is a former decorated police officer, who received "Officer of the Year" in 1989 for "Outstanding heroics and dedicated service". He also was a state licensed private investigator and private security specialist. 

In the late 90's Hanulak Sensei was head of security at various nightclubs running the bouncer programs. He specialty was training the bouncers to not hurt the patrons and to protect the establishments liquor licenses. Many of the bouncers were his personal students. Ultimately his training in Senso-Ryu and Zen was key in this endeavor. ​
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Richard Behrens Shihan
Hanulak Sensei continues to carry on Behrens Shihan's teaching at the same time evolving it based on his own personal experiences. As he enters his 28th year of teaching, his goal is to pass on the art to those who will continue it into the future. Traditional training for the modern world.

SENSO-RYU INSTRUCTORS UNDER TED HANULAK SENSEI

William Shogran has been a student under Hanulak Sensei for 26 years. He teaches in Melbourne, Florida and is a Florida Highway Patrol officer (FHP).
​Richard Denney Senpai has been a student under Hanulak Sensei for 20 years. He is a security specialist and a state of Indiana certified police officer.
Dominic Martin Senpai has been a student under Hanulak Sensei for 17 years and is the current acting Senpai (head student) at the Indianapolis Honbu Dojo. He is an Assistant Federal Defender for the State of Indiana.
Brad Lee has been a student under Hanulak Sensei for 16 years. He is an instructor at the Honbu dojo in Indianapolis.

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