Fencing at the College of Marin
Classical Fencing at the College of Marin studies of the art and science of the sword. Practicing swordsmanship refines focus, improves dexterity, and makes flexible the mind and body. Students with the 19th century French foil starting with footwork and ending with compound attacks and fencing in an assault of arms. Students learn about the history of the duel, dueling culture, and how best to stay healthy and strong for a lifetime of fencing.
The course is open to adults of all ages, and swordsmanship favors no gender, body type, or ability. All equipment provided and no previous fencing experience is required.
Location & Parking
Fencing classes at the College of Marin are held in the Physical Education building down the road from the main Kentfield Campus. The PE Complex is across the street from Woodlands Market and next to Kent Middle School. Parking in the adjacent College of Marin lot is always available and free after 6pm. A campus is available here.