Eric Dalshaug first began the study of historical European martial arts in 2011 with Saskatoon Historical Fencing. In October 2019, he helped found Edmonton Historical Martial Arts, and has been a leadership member and instructor at this club ever since. In over a decade of HEMA experience, he has competed in tournaments across North America while also striving for constant personal improvement as a coach and instructor for his students at his home club.
He is a student of Liechtenauer Kunst des Fechtens, with a particular focus on studying and fencing according to Ms3227a, also called the Pol Hausbuch or the Dobringer codex. He also has a deep interest in fencing pedagogy, and believes strongly in collaboration and sharing methods between individuals, clubs, and organizations to improve the quality of training and instruction across the HEMA community.