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  • Bayou City Fencing Academy
    Overseen by head instructor Delfina Perka, the experienced coaches at both Bayou City Fencing Academy locations teach fencers of all skill levels to lunge and parry like the swordsmen of old. A master fencer with the United States Fencing Association, Delfina hails from Poland and represented the country at the 1980 Olympic Games. Today, she grooms her students to strive for the same level of success, helping them improve quickness, endurance, and the mental agility required to remember victory speeches from The Three Musketeers.
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    4997 W Bellfort Ave.
    Houston, TX US
  • Alamo Fencing Academy
    Even if you don't find yourself routinely challenged to duels, you can still benefit from a fencing class. Aside from building speed and agility, fencing requires sharp mental focus and creative problem-solving skills, making it a sport that challenges both body and mind. At Alamo Fencing Academy, a team of medal-winning fencing coaches?led by US Fencing Coaches Association Vice-President Andrei Samorodov?leads lessons in foil, epee, and saber fencing. Classes can be tailored to those headed for the competitive circuit, those who want to fence for fun, or those looking for a more stylish way to open mail, while summer camps are also available for kids looking for some fun out of the sun.
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    961 Isom Rd
    San Antonio, TX US
  • Husar Fencing School
    Nearly a century ago, the Dallas Fencers Club took root, keeping the age-old Olympic sport alive in Texas. Today, the club continues to flourish under the leadership of head coach Waldek Czaja, who draws on decades of experience to guide students in the art of the blade. As pupils of all ages learn to thrust and parry with traditional weapons such as foils and épées—updated versions of primitive fencing's sharpened baguettes—Czaja helps them to develop coordination and strategic thinking as they potentially train for medals in competition. Throughout the youth program, Czaja operates under the philosophy that the drive and determination protégés develop in class can apply to life's myriad challenges, from learning to play the flute to solving a Rubik’s cube with a sledgehammer.
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    14540 East Beltwood Parkway
    Dallas, TX US
  • Texas Fencing Academy
    The director shouts "fight." Two fencers flick their swords in the air in a salute and face off. Suddenly, one charges at the other, but his lunge is deflected with a swift parry. Using quick steps and precise angles to overcome her opponent, one fencer wins the bout. Fencing isn't about swashbuckling?it's about control. Fencers need to learn how to get the most out of small movements to win a match. Texas Fencing Academy teaches those skills in a rigorous environment that demands working hard to achieve your best. In classes, students learn footwork and guards for the foil, saber, and ?p?e for youth or adults, then they can take those skills on the road for tournaments. At tournaments the school competes together as a team, giving students a chance to give their all while developing a sense of teamwork and camaraderie that will be necessary when they go grocery shopping dressed as the Three Musketeers.
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    8227 N Lamar Blvd
    Austin, TX US
  • Day N Night Services
    Armed with an arsenal of brushes, a penchant for precision, and love for detail, Day N Night Services refreshes homes with professional paint jobs. Dedicated to quality results, they work closely with clients, customizing services to suit all household painting needs.
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    7330 Parkridge Boulevard
    Irving, TX US
  • Sword to Sword
    Dakao Do, Sword to Sword’s instructor, protects the secrets of ancient, historical European martial-art forms that date back to the early 1300s. Specializing in the longsword, sword and buckler, and dussack, he wields these weapons to show newbies how to safely and respectfully honor historical fighting systems. Though he mainly focuses on Germanic swordsmanship, Dakao also leads programs that explore other fighting methods such as grappling, dagger, rapier, and saber.
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    27326 Robinson Road
    Conroe, TX US