Historical Fencing Adventures
I am a lifelong student of history and Martial arts, with over 30 years of experience. My journey started with Eastern and mixed martial arts as a child. As an adult, I was introduced to US Army Combatives and Historical Fencing.
As an advocate, practitioner, researcher and instructor of Historical Fencing, I have founded several historical fencing groups including the Madison MFFG (of which I am the principal instructor) and the Meyer Freifechter Guild (of which I am currently president).
I enjoy focusing my energies and teachings on being an outspoken advocate specifically for the study of Joachim Meyer and the application of his art through the combat sport of the Early New Modern Period, the Fechtschule.
NEW LOCAL CLASS AT GOODMAN CENTER!
Looking to start your training around the Madison area? The Living Meyer School of Fencing (MFFG) is holding another eight week introductory course on the two handed Longsword at the Goodman Community Center! They’ll be on Sword Sundays 3:30-5pm starting the 12th of September through October 31st. This course covers historical fencing fundamentals and the historical context of the 16th century. No equipment required, everyone 14+ welcome (14-17 need parental consent). Best part: the whole course only costs $200. Inquiries welcome; contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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