Fencing Birthday Parties: Celebrate your milestone with swords! You and your friends can try fencing – learn the basics through games and activities, suit up and stab each other! 90 minutes of fencing, and then 30 minutes for food and cake. Dates and times are limited; book at least a month in advance. Learn more here.
Free Introductory Fencing: We host free intro to fencing classes two or three times a year. These classes are an easy, fun way to try fencing. Sign up for our mailing list to find out when the next one is coming up, and bring a friend!
Zombie Defense: This introductory saber fencing class is aimed at adults who want to be prepared for whatever comes their way. Even a zombie apocalypse. Remember: aim for the head, and don’t hesitate. Read about our first zombie defense class.
Fencing at the Olympics: This introductory foil fencing class is for kids and adults who are getting pumped for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. You’ll learn the basics of fencing. Then we’ll give you tips for watching Olympic fencing and which fencers will be the most fun to see in action.
Duel to First Blood: This introductory epee fencing class teaches the development of the duel from medieval traditions to today. Not all duels were fought to the death – more often, the duel was fought to “first blood,” or until someone was cut. These rules form the basis of modern epee fencing. Challenge your friend or rival to a duel, and get en garde!
History of the Sword: Oskar Hasselhoff, German Master of Defense, presents a number of medieval and Renaissance weapons. See how people used them, and try them yourself. This class is a great combination of martial arts, history and humor. Read more about our first History of the Sword class.