Swordplay Fencing Studio Coupons and Deals
Does your little one have a fascination with all things Star Wars? Do they play with lightsabers, dress up as their favorite character and watch the cartoons and movies over and over again? If so, Jedi Light Saber Classes with SWORDPLAY is perfect for your little one. Imaginations will soar during an action-packed class, that's fun and even a little educational! The Jedi light saber classes are a unique way for "Younglings" to learn the art of fencing while enjoying themselves in the art and science of being a Jedi. This class will work in a direction to help the child's strengths and reflexes. Or perhaps you're just young at heart? These classes are available for adults, too!! For $17 for two 1-hour classes ($34 Value), click BUY DEAL, above. For $32 for four 1-hour classes ($68 Value), click HERE.
Choose Between Two Options $17 for two one-hour kids' or adult Jedi-lightsaber classes (a $34 value) $32 for four one-hour kids' or adult Jedi-lightsaber classes (a $68 value) In youth classes, kids aged 5–9 learn to emulate their favorite sci-fi heroes with provided equipment and acquire practical skills in respect, discipline, and basic moves. Adults can live out the dreams of their childhood during adults-only Jedi classes held on Friday nights. All fencing students can attend a free, 30-minute trial lesson before using their Groupon. See the schedule for a complete list of class times.
While other kids were building towers out of mashed potatoes, you were plucking toothpicks out of sandwiches and jousting any rebel tater tot that came your way. If that lunchtime fighting spirit runs in the family, try today's deal from Swordplay Fencing Studio in Burbank: For $45 (regularly $95), you can enroll in four introductory fencing classes. Perfect for children and adults alike, these one-hour sessions combine the finesse of boxing with the grace of ballet and the skill of chess. Under the care of renowned sword master Tim Weske, who has choreographed movie sequences and trained sparring celebs, you or your child will learn the proper footing, discipline, and respect associated with the 500-year-old sport -- all while having the kind of fun that won't lead to a food fight.