How to Register


Open Fencing Membership

  • Adults just looking for bouting (unstructred fencing)
  • Not recommended for kids or teens or those who’ve never fenced before
  • Includes all membership discounts (lessons, camps, clinics, and equipment purchases/repairs)
  • Member Discount on Private Lessons and equipment purchase and repairs
  • Camp discounts received after 3 months of continuous membership

Adult Active for Life

  • Adults looking for structured practice
  • Adults looking to continue developing technical skills
  • Classes Mondays 8-8:30
  • Includes open bouting and all member discounts (lessons, camps, clinics, and equipment purchase and repairs)

2-3 Classes per Month

  • Adults looking for more frequent structured practice and to develop technical skills at a faster rate
  • Adults looking to compete nationally and internationally
  • Includes open bouting and all member discounts (lessons, camps, clinics, and equipment purchase and repairs)
  • 2 or 3+ classes per week, as scheduled by age and weapon
  • Unlimited Class members have the option for an addition 10% lesson discount if 2x or more are taken per week

Epic Gym Membership

  • Adult Epic Fencing members looking for convenient access to weights and cardio equipment ($15)
  • Parents of fencers looking to exercise while their kids fence ($35)
  • Open access to the Epic Gym during club hours (4-9 pm)
  • Group fitness classes available for an additional fee ($25)
  • No Epic member discounts

Recommendations For Adult Fencers

  • Canada’s physical activity guidelines recommend:

  • Be active at least 2.5 hours a week to achieve health benefits.

  • Focus on moderate to vigorous aerobic activity throughout each week, broken into sessions of 10 minutes or more.

  • Get stronger by adding activities that target your muscles and bones at least two days per week.

  • Get into a routine — go to the pool, hit the gym, join a spin class, or set a regular run and do some planned exercise. Make it social by getting someone to join you.

  • Adult Fencing at Epic provides a great opportunity to fulfill all of the above guidelines and tips

  • According to Sport Canada, Active for Life can manifest in three different ways for adults:

  • 1. ​Fit for Life: Daily Physical Activity, organized or non-organized

  • ​Epic Fencing offers adults structured classes, non-structured bouting, and access to our weight room

  • 2. Competitive for Life: Engage in age-group specific organized sport (new or familiar)

  • ​Alberta Fencing, Canadian Fencing, and International Fencing all provide opportunities for adults 40+ to compete with other adults.

  • 3. Sport & Physical Activity Leaders: Coaches, officials, administrators, and media: Ensuring a positive environment for sport

  • Fencing has many outlets for adults looking to engage with and contribute to a community