One or Two Private Lessons and Group Classes at New York Fencing Academy in Brooklyn (Up to 86% Off)

Fencing is America’s favorite sport because it combines the visceral excitement of swordplay with the awesome outfits of beekeeping. Fight fashionably with today’s Groupon to New York Fencing Academy in Brooklyn. Choose between the following options:

  • For $19, you get one 20-minute private fencing lesson and one fencing class (up to a $100 value).
  • For $29, you get two 20-minute private fencing lessons and two fencing classes (up to a $200 value).

Propelled by head coach and Ukrainian National Champion fencer Misha Mokretsov, New York Fencing Academy has produced several nationally ranked youth fencers since its 2010 opening. Beginners of all ages grab provided equipment and dip into two-hour classes, in which they learn the basics of sporting swordsmanship, including footwork, bouting, and etiquette. Pupils with existing experience dive into more advanced lessons that teach competition prep, conditioning for meets, or how to get Kool-Aid stains out of fencing jackets. Private lessons can directly transmit enough confidence to feel comfortable during a first class or overcome personal hurdles.

Within the recently remodeled 3,000-square-foot club, pairs spar across six electric fencing strips in bouts scored by overhead machines and observed by energetic silhouettes on wall-spanning murals. Family members and inspiration-seeking Elizabethan playwrights lounge in a viewing area equipped with WiFi and a TV.

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MAILBOX MONDAYS

This week was a great coupon week. I received a FREE Oscar Meyer Hot Dog Pack  coupon and the girls receive activity books from Sesame Street, among other things. I know I was supposed to post the Mailbox Monday Central art project but that was a disaster!!! They decided that our dog Lady, a long haired shih tzu 🙁 , was a better canvas and they poured glue all over her and doused her with glitter! It took me 8 hours to cut all her hair off and then 2 hours trying to fix the hack job of a hair cut I had to give her. The poor dog has bald spots but overall she is very happy and I think she actually enjoyed being the project. This weekend we are going to take a second stab at it, and hopefully next week I will be able to post the promised pic.

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