In Fencing, private lessons are the ideal way to advance your fencing skills, create muscle memory, and get individualized instruction and mentoring.
A private lesson costs $20 for a 20 minute session. (Remember, fencing is very intense sport.) If you need fencing clothing or equipment for your lesson, there is an equipmnet rental charge of $5 per lesson.
We also package our private lessons with many of our membership packages.
Drop in Fencing
Are you just visiting Denver? A member of another club looking to fence some new fencers or just a different weapon? Then drop by the Denver Fencing Center during our open fencing periods. We charge a $10 daily drop-in fee for your visit. Check out the Schedule to find which nights are best for foil, epee, and saber.
Group Lessons/Birthday Parties
Fencing can be a great way to bring a group together or entertain a birthday party. We usually have available on Friday nights and Saturday afternoons to hold birthday parties. If you would like to hold a birthday party at Denver Fencing Center, here is the costs which includes equipment:
$20 per birthday fencer (1 1/2 hour party session)
Note: A party requires a minimum of four fencers. We usually max out at 16 fencers.
We have had boys scouts/girl scout groups, after-dance parties, and after-prom parties in the past. Please contact us to schedule the date and time.
Fencing can be a great event to have a corporate event. Who would want to poke their boss in friendly environment? We usually have available on Friday nights and Saturday afternoons to hold birthday parties. If you would like to hold a corporate event at Denver Fencing Center, here is the costs which includes equipment:
$20 per corporate fencer (1 1/2 hour party session)
Note: A event requires a minimum of four fencers. We usually max out at 16 fencers.
Please contact us to schedule the date and time.
We have helped many schools build sucessful before/during/after school fencing programs. Fencing is a great sport that works well to train critical thinking and keep kids in shape. Fencing has been described as 'chess at 100 miles per hour'. If your school is interested in a program, please contact us.
Denver Fencing Center had two coaches (Haley Ward and Bob Block) attend US Fencing Coaches' College and we are actively looking for a group of participants to start a wheelchair fencing program. Wheelchair fencing is a very active and exciting sport. We will be promoting our wheelchair program on Fox 31 Morning show with Dan Daru on November 13th.
If you are interested in trying Wheelchair Fencing, please contact us.
By request, we can come do various type of fencing demonstrations for schools, clubs, and other non-entities.
1. A History demonstration called "From Knights to Fencers: Swordfighting Great History" for all of Jefferson County Libraries branches.
2. We have taken over a elementary and a middle school gym classes and taught the whole class (26 kids in all) how to fence.
3. We have shown a gym class how fencing works and then proceed to teach them games and footwork drills from fencing.
Fencing is a fun and exciting sport and give kids and adults the ability to see something different that they will talk about. If you would like to talk to us about doing a demonstration with your organization, please contact us.