What Membership Includes
Membership is the best way to take advantage of all the club offers. Regular weekly practices and open-fencing are all included in the monthly membership.
Family memberships are available for all immediate family members and can include the entire family. Payment and membership may be cancelled at anytime.
Due to COVID-19, the schedule is subject to change. Practice slots may be limited to ensure social distancing.
* New Members: Please contact us for scheduling and placement.
Come and end your weekend with a few hours of fun and physical activity! This is a weekly meeting of members and casual fencers focused on friendly bouts and a chance for training from peers and Coach Robert.
Open practice is for anyone who wants more time to fence and wants to focus on gaining skill to become more competitive. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a group of fencers with the same interests and goals in mind. In addition to a basic set of fencing gear electric fencing equipment is recommended.
15-30 minute group warm up at the beginning of each practice
Access to all weekly club practices
Use of club electric scoring gear
Do you ever wonder what it would be like to face an opponent in a duel? Wonder what it would be like to hear the clash of blades and feel the adrenaline rush as you fight to come out on top. Then fencing is for you!
Whether you are a beginner or advanced fencer, we offer sessions for you!
Our beginner lessons are for adults and kids ages nine and up and includes an introduction to weapons, equipment, rules and safety, body position, footwork, basic attacks, and parries. Skill building drills and an introduction to strategy are also included. Fencers are separated into age and skill appropriate groups as necessary. As fencers progress the coach will suggest when it’s time to join regular fencing practice or the competitive program.
Advanced fencers flourish in a competitive and supportive environment. These fencers are considered leaders in the club, and are encouraged to assist lower-level fencers. Practices focus perfecting fundamental skills, higher-level strategy, and preparing for competition. Sparring and one-on-one training help to hone skills and challenge students.