Fencing is America's favorite sport because it combines the visceral excitement of swordplay with the awesome outfits of beekeeping. Fight fashionably with this Groupon.
Choose from Six Options
- $25 for two fencing classes for one (a $130 value)
- $45 for four fencing classes for one (a $260 value)
- $45 for two fencing classes for two (a $260 value)
- $75 for four fencing classes for two (a $520 value)
- $199 for one week of fencing camp for one child from either August 12 to August 16 or August 19 to August 23 ($400 value)
- $179 for one fencing birthday party for up to 12 children (a $360 value)
Students hone fencing skills during classes taught by championship coaches. The sword-whispering staff matches classmates according to their skill set, so beginners aren't accidentally paired with adults aging backward. Students can take any noncompetitive foil, épée, or saber class scheduled throughout the week, with introductory-level lessons on Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday.
The camp session teaches students aged 9–14 basic fencing skills throughout a five-day period.
The birthday party, suitable for kids aged 5–12, includes a quick beginning course in fencing, 10 minutes of dueling, and 30 minutes of snacking on parent-provided cake.
Island Fencing Academy
In a 6,000-square-foot studio painted with gray alleys, championship-caliber coaches infuse fledgling fencers with the dexterity, integrity, and fleet feet necessary to confidently wield sabers, épées, and foils. Several of the educators brandish their experience in world-class fencing, as coach, competitor, or mascot, while training students in tournament-style play. Private rounds with instructors help pupils work their way up to competitive duels during members-only open bouts seven days a week. Classes foster self-discipline and good sportsmanship as well as physical skills including balance, coordination, and long-distance needle threading.
“The schedule suits are needs and my girls enjoy learning from excellent teachers!”
“As part of the Groupon introduction for NEW students, it would be beneficial for IFA to also inform parents briefly about the sport of fencing (at the first lesson)....”
“As part of the Groupon introduction for NEW students, it would be beneficial for IFA to also inform parents briefly about the sport of fencing (at the first lesson). The opportunity is for the child to try the sport, and at the same time, parents could benefit from an overview. For example: the difference between foil, épée and sabre. ”
“Fun place for kids and teens to learn fencing.”