Musketeers Beginners Class (1 hour) – For young kids 6-7 years old. The class introduces footwork, basic techniques and skills, etiquette and sportsmanship. We provide all the necessary equipment. To join the class after the season has started you need to take an Introductory Package.
Epee or Foil Beginners Class (1.5 hours) – Complete beginners or fencers with little experience. This class covers footwork, basic techniques and skills, bouting tactics, etiquette and sportsmanship. We provide all the necessary equipment. To join the class after the season has started you need to take an Introductory Package.
Kids Epee Intermediate Class (1.5 hours) – For kids 10 and younger who have been fencing for at least one year, have a good understanding of basic movements, and are ready for a higher level of footwork, technical skills, and bouting tactics. We will continue to emphasize etiquette and sportsmanship. Full set of equipment is necessary.
Epee Intermediate Class (1.5 hours) – Fencers who have acquired a good understanding of basic movements and have at least half a year of fencing experience. This class brings fencers to a higher level of footwork and technical skills, bouting tactics and continues to emphasize etiquette and sportsmanship. Full set of equipment is necessary.
Epee Competition Class (1.5 or 2 hours) – Classes for youth, cadet, and junior fencers who have at least one year competitive experience with fencing. Fencers in this class are annual members, take individual lessons, train two-three times a week, have their own electric and protective gear, and compete regularly in local as well as national events.
Epee Footwork Class (30 min.) – intense fencing footwork to improve the technique, speed and control of distance.
Conditioning Class (30 min. or 1 hour) – intense work out to improve general body strength, speed, coordination and endurance.
Private Lessons (20 min.) – designed to allow maximum fencing progress and schedule flexibility. One-on-one lessons with the coach can begin as soon as scheduled and are available during club hours, before or after classes.
Open Fencing – practice bouting with other fencers.