Effective 3/13/2020, all classes have been suspended due to coronavirus precautions
Private lessons are available on request. Please inquire for more details.
Demonstrations and Lectures
We are available to perform demonstrations and lectures. Topics generally include the history of fencing, weapons used in fencing, cultural influences of fencing, and more. Exact topics, length, format, location, and audience participation/interaction can be tailored to fit your needs.
What Is Classical Fencing?
Classical fencing is a Western martial art that focuses on the practical application of the sword and its use in preparation for self-defense and personal combat. It differs from modern fencing in which the martial aspects of the weapon have been largely forgotten.
As a student of classical fencing, you will learn to use a sword as it was used in the 19th century when fencing was practiced as an art and science, as preparation for a duel, and as a recreational activity.
While the focus is on realism, all modern safety precautions are used; weapons are blunt and students wear protective gear (glove, jacket, and mask). Classical fencing stresses control, both of yourself and of your weapon, and it is this focus on self-discipline and awareness which makes it similar to Eastern martial arts.
About the Instructor
Kim Moser has had over 30 years of instruction from the Martinez Academy of Arms. He has earned the rank of Instructor, and is qualified to teach this rare and unique art.
For further information please e-mail Mr. Moser at or call .
to stay updated on schedule changes.
Apr 9 (Thu): Fencing in Greenacres (today!)
Apr 11 (Sat): Fencing in Tequesta
Apr 15 (Wed): Fencing in Tequesta
Apr 16 (Thu): Fencing in Greenacres
Apr 18 (Sat): Fencing in Tequesta
Apr 22 (Wed): Fencing in Tequesta