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I began fencing in High School and studied privately with John Geraci, fencing Master at West Point Military Academy. I have taught fencing at Wyoming Seminary, Western Wayne HS and the Fencing Exchange in Scranton, PA At this time I am available for private instruction. In January 2015 I will be opening a fencing club in North East PA
Mr. Raymond S. recently retired from his position as the Director of Bands and Music Department Chairperson at the Western Wayne school District Mr. S. has over 32 years of music teaching experience and is now offering his expertise and experience through private lessons and ensemble experiences. As a music educator, Mr. S. has taught instrumental music from grades 4-12. He is an understanding, patient and inspirational teacher who is highly respected and loved by his students. He has the ability to get the best out of students by setting student based goals and teaching in a supportive and encouraging yet demanding style During his time as a High School Band Director, Ray has a long tradition of large numbers of students qualifying for District, Region and All-State Band. ...
Gordon R. is well-known as an educator, martial artist and writer. He holds a Lifetime California Teaching Credential, is a member of the International Federation of Journalists, and is certified by numerous organizations for martial arts and coaching (Dux Ryu Grandmaster and USA Archery Level 2 Instructor). He is the author of The Five Principles of Everything (translated into Spanish and Italian so far--selling worldwide) and the editor of both L&L Magazine and the Legends and Legacies column at WorldWideDojo.
I can teach sword/fencing skills for the rapier, long sword, arming sword, pole arm, dagger, and teach historically accurate swordplay from England, Spain, Germany, and Italy.
Andrew H. has been teaching Stage Combat and Acting for 10 years. He is currently working with at-risk teens through the Magik Theatre's Xcellerated Theatre Program, using theatre to inspire students to change their lives. Andrew also teaches movement and stage combat at Texas State University. Andrew has worked professionally as an actor, fight choreographer, and stage combat instructor for ten years. Andrew has a BFA in Theatre from Texas State University, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. Andrew is also an expert in Western and eastern martial arts, and blends those skills with his experience and talent on the stage to create safe scenes of realistic violence for productions all over south and central Texas. Andrew offers classes in acting, voice for stage, movement, stage ...
Trained in Italian method fencing with the major three weapons, Vincent's specialty is the épée. Under Salle MacBean, he taught fencing for three years to beginner and intermediate classes.
Vincent is a graduate of Washington State University's department of Theatre and Dance, where he gained many of his skills in performance arts. He's a skilled dancer and actor, a martial artist with varying backgrounds, and a circus acrobat. In academia, he's a successful published author and ghostwriter, a voice actor and audiobook producer, and a well-known poet and performance artist.
I've been fencing for over 10 years and have experience teaching young children and high school students as a PE instructor / assistant coach.
Hello! A little about my academic background: I graduated from the Lycee Francais in Los Angeles with numerous Presidential Academic Awards, obtained the French Baccalaureat in Philosophy/Literature with honorable mention. I Majored in French and Francophone Studies at Barnard College, Columbia University in New York and received recognition for being a full time student athlete in fencing. I received All American awards and All Ivy awards all three years while in New York and participated in the 2004 World Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. I studied abroad in Paris at the Sorbonne,Paris IV Junior Year. I acquired teaching experience at UCLA in the French graduate program and have tutored throughout college. I love helping my students get their needs met!
I've been fencing for the past 7 years, and have improved greatly since then! I'm an epee fencer, but can also teach foil because they are very similar weapons. I've been to a few competitions, and although I can help prepare you for competitions, I work best teaching the basics and helping you practice footwork, the groundwork for fencing.
Hi, there! My name is Maya and I can't wait to meet you! I've been teaching private lessons since 2014 and have loved helping my students gain confidence in their work, learn to ask straightforward and pointed questions, and succeed in a field they previously had challenges with. I go to The Dalton School in Manhattan, and will be graduating in June of 2015. I'm an outgoing and thoughtful person and my teaching style is pretty relaxed! My goal isn't just to teach you what I know, but instead, it's to review what you already know, explain what you don't, and help you excel. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
"It's been really exciting so far! Jordan has been so helpful, so knowledgeable. I could not have found a better instructor and I'm getting better and better every day."
"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."