The Aikijutsu Academy of Indianapolis and Ted Hanulak Sensei Are Accepting New Students

Indianapolis, Indiana (PressExposure) June 07, 2008 -- The Aikijutsu Academy of Indianapolis and Ted Hanulak Sensei are accepting New Students for 2008. At the Aikijutsu Academy of Indianapolis, The student has the unique opportunity to practice realistic martial arts and meditation together.

The martial art of Senso-Ryu Aikijutsu is a practical, powerful martial art of self defense and is not a sport. The dojo is located on private property and is not open to the general public. An appointment for an interview is required. Classes are offered 4 days a week, 2 hour classes each. The student is required to attend a minimum of 2 classes every week. The academy only accepts adults, 18 years or older.

Ted Hanulak Sensei is the current head instructor at the Aikijutsu Academy of Indianapolis. With over 28 years of experience in the martial arts, his main studies were under Richard Behrens Shihan from 1983-1991 in Aikijutsu. He began teaching in 1992. He is a former decorated Police Officer ( "Officer of the Year - 1989 For Outstanding Heroics and Dedicated Service" ) - Sunrise Police Department, Florida. He has also extensive experience in private and nightclub security.

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About Aikijutsu Academy of Indianapolis

Aikijutsu Academy of Indianapolis has been in operation since 1992. Hombu or headquartes dojo is located in Indianapolis Indiana. The head instructor is Ted Hanulak Sensei.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 06, 2008 at 1:18 pm
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