Fencing Deals in Edmonton
You are graceful, poised and quick on your feet. And you have a hankering to show all of those skills off in an environment where you can be challenged and rewarded. Hockey is great for the skate-saavy, and football is fantastic for the throw and tackle-saavy, but today’s Edmonton DealTicker will allow you to show off that grace and poise while trying something new! Just $10 for 2 Introductory Fencing Lessons from En-Garde Fencing ($50 Value). Whether you are new to the sport or an experienced athlete, En-Garde Fencing is your Edmonton area club of choice with a strong philosophy that is founded upon fun and friendship! En-Garde Fencing is a two-weapon club that offers foil and epée to children and adults of all ages. Whether you are a beginning adult or youth fencer, a national champion or a parent interested in having a fencing themed birthday party, you are welcomed with open arms and raised swords. The En-Garde Fencing Club has all the essential equipment available for beginners at no extra cost, so that you can start enjoying fencing immediately without any purchases. This includes an epee or foil, mask, glove, jacket, and body wire (for electric fencing scoring). All you are meant to provide is good flat-soled runners sweat pants and a T-shirt! It’s as easy as that! Show off some of your most graceful moves with today’s Edmonton DealTicker from En-Garde Fencing, and don’t forget to share their philosophy of fun and friendship when you share this deal with your friends and family!
Fencing is one of the most sophisticated sporting events in western culture, right next to pinky-raising and monocle-tossing. Partake in svelte sportsmanship with today's WagJag: $39 for two introductory group fencing lessons for two people at Sparta Fencing Club (a $120 value). Hopeful sword-swingers both young and old are invited to sign up for instruction with Sparta Fencing Club, a well-equipped facility that emphasizes fun and cooperation for all of its students. Introductory classes are run by Miro Lusic, a former Croatian national champion who teaches the fundamentals of fencing in a social group setting. Swashbucklers ages four and older are taught the general history of the sport before diving into the basics of swordsmanship, movements, distance and safety regulations. Fencing is a fun and unique way to get active, and a sport that trains balance, focus, poise and hand-eye coordination. Masks and rapiers are provided, so participants need only to show up in long pants and comfortable clothing to start dueling.