Joachim Meyer’s A Thorough Description of the Art of Fencing, first published in 1570, is considered to be representative of a complete fencing system and as such widely used by both, Meyer’s contemporary fencers and modern HEMA practitioners.
In this Workshop Roman Vučajnk will dedicate two days to exploring and practicing techniques of Longsword, Dussack, Rappier, Dagger and Polearms. Focusing on common principles within Meyer’s system, the aim is to gain an overview over a system by not relying on one weapon only, but using multiple arms’ advantages and weaknesses.
The Seminar is open to practitioners of every level and highly recommended for users of multiple weapons.
|Dates:||Saturday, March 17 until Sunday, March 18
Hall opens at 09:00, the workshop starts at 10:00 and lasts until 18:00. The event ends Sunday, 17:00.
Roman Vučajnk has studied and practiced HEMA since the late 1990s with a special attachment to the legacy of Joachim Meyer and commits to his core five weapons. He has been privileged to learn and share with numerous European groups and associations. Roman has also taught at major European HEMA events and is a member of HEMAC and an honorary member of De Taille et d’Estoc, as well as Asociación para el Estudio y Desarrollo de las Artes Marciales Europeas. He currently explores the wonderful realms of urban combat of the 16th and the 17th centuries.
Unterbringung: Ist grundsätzlich selbst zu organisieren.
Verpflegung: Selbstversorgung bzw. Samstag Abend gemeinsamer Lokalbesuch.
Informationen und Anfragen:
Tel: 0043 (0)650 5209513
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