Sword Academy Classes

Introductory Seminars

These 6 hour seminars are open to anyone with an interest in Western Martial Arts. Each seminar will offer hands on instruction covering the basic principles of a specific Western European weapon. Because, the concepts and techniques taught in these seminars are drawn from the larger body of Western Martial Arts, the content of each seminar is complementary to that of other seminars. Students will participate in drills and exercises designed to teach proper technique. No experience or equipment is necessary, but athletic clothing and footwear is recommended.

All participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the seminar. Space is limited so register early.


Introduction to Medieval Sword and Buckler - Lethbridge Aug/Sep 2013

When: end of August or early September of 2013

Where: Letbridge

Description: In this intensive 6 hour seminar, Milan will introduce students to basic sword and buckler techniques and concepts.

Topics covered in this course:

Cost:
$139 per person in advance
$149 per person at the door

Register: Contact us at (403) 238-6048 or via email to register or for more information.



Introduction to Medieval Longsword - Grande Prairie Sep/Oct 2013

When: September or October of 2013

Where: Grande Prairie

Description: In this intensive 6 hour seminar, Milan will introduce students to basic longsword techniques and concepts.

Topics covered in this course:

Cost:
$139 per person in advance
$149 per person at the door

Register: Contact us at (403) 238-6048 or via email to register or for more information.



Introduction to Medieval Long Sword - 2013 Alberta

When: Summer and Fall of 2013

Where: Edmonton, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, AB

Description: In this intensive 6 hour seminar, Milan will introduce students to basic long sword techniques and concepts.

Topics covered in this course:

Cost:
$139 per person in advance
$149 per person at the door

Register: Contact us at (403) 238-6048 or via email to register or for more information.


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