Key West, FL, April 22, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Piraseas Inc in Key West, Florida has expanded its activities for children, families, and adults. In addition to scheduled sessions using safe LARP (live Action Role Play) swords, map and compass reading to find hidden treasure, innovative ways to enjoy exercising, and team building activities are now offered. Private parties are now also available with advance registration. These can be held at the Piraseas Clinton Square Market facility or at a mutually agreeable off-site location, and are designed for birthday parties or other group events.
“Key West is a wonderful place to live or visit,” said Mathias Maloff, founder of Piraseas Inc. “Unfortunately, the activities designed for children are limited. We have created an exciting opportunity for children, their parents, and even adults without children to be active and live out the fantasy of being a swashbuckler in a safe, friendly, and enjoyable environment,” continued Maloff.
Different opportunities are provided to learn new skills, develop teamwork, and simply have fun in an hour and a half. To help participants "get their pirate on," the Swashbuckler School focuses on swordplay and stage combat techniques. Treasure Hunter’s School focuses on deciphering clues, using a compass to determine direction, and following a map.
Classes are grouped according to age, or for entire families or groups. An adult exercise class is modeled after the techniques used by actors in preparation for stage combat. Activities can be repeated so participants can improve their skills or interact with new people.
About Piraseas Inc: Piraseas Inc opened in the Clinton Square Market in December 2015. Operated by Mathias Maloff, aka Captain Mo, it offers safe, fun activities to a variety of age groups in the Florida Keys area. Piraseas Inc can be found on Facebook, Instagram, and the Internet. Mathias Maloff has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Columbia College Chicago, with certifications in various forms of stage combat, including dagger, sword, and quarterstaff. He has choreographed combat scenes for a variety of theatre companies, and served as an Entertainment Host for Carnival Cruise Lines.