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COVID-19 Updates: Due to LA County moving to the red tier, we are doing private lessons and group classes at the club! We still offer one Zoom class online as well private lessons. Please contact us for more details!
We are fencing indoors again starting March 20th, 2021!!!
we are holding lessons and class at the Club at 22543 Hawthorne blvd, Torrance, CA 90505. Please sign up for classes and lessons on Upperhand at tinyurl.com/AllezSignup or scan the Qr code below
First Trial Class is always free! All Beginners are able to sign up for 4 private lessons for $100 valued at $180!
***Must be Used with purchase of Monthly Class Membership and used in 2 months
Schedule a free trial lesson today!
Video credit to The Tanori Group and Coral Climb.
We have moved down the street!!!
We are now at the new studio location next to Cho Dang Tofu located at 22543 Hawthorne Blvd, Torrance, CA 90505. Look for the new signs, Fencing and where the Tae Kwon Do sign is in the Gable House Bowling Alley plaza!
Check our Facebook Page at Allez Fencing Studio.
Meet the Coach
From the Los Angeles County area, Coach Sorah has a clear focus and drive to work with youth and adult fencers to bring out the best of their fencing abilities. After her time with Swords Fencing Studio, she has developed several youth fencers and recently earned a coach's medal with her Y12 National Champion.
Experience 16 Years
Weapon of Choice Epee
Fencing is a beautiful sport that challenges both the body and the mind. Started as a way to end duels, it has a great emphasis on sportsmanship and finesse. We focus on one of three weapons, which is epee. Through competition as well as studio training, fencers build stamina, strength and coordination while honing technique and all types of strategy, likened to physical chess.
The fencing community draws in people of all ages, ethnicity, and backgrounds, many of whom hold a shared emphasis on the importance of education. Many fencers go off to top Div I fencing schools such as Stanford, Columbia, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, UPENN, Notre Dame, Penn State, UC San Diego, and many more.
Though not a specifically team sport, fencing does inspire a sense of community with others through competitions and practices at their club and local competitions, as well as through regional, national, and international competitions while allowing the individual to accomplish much on their own. It has now also gained popularity as an Olympic sport as well.
It is also an ageless sport. The very young to the older, seasoned "young at heart" can start and compete as they see fit, bringing generations together in the sport of fencing.
So look for a program for you or your child or take a private lesson and see if fencing can't broaden your world just a little bit more behind a mask and epee.
Schedule a free trial class under the classes section!
Torrance Location next to Cho Dang Tofu
22543 Hawthorne Blvd
Torrance, CA 90505
Sang Young Park - KOREA
His RIO Olympic Video Comeback in the Finals against Geza Imre - HUNGARY
A great lesson in never giving up and how strategy can make all the difference in an exciting sport!