Beginners, improvers, focus on playing games and learn ball control in a fun, relaxed and inclusive environment. Advanced groups also work on developing skills through practices and condition games.
Female only sessions give women the chance to explore and develop their squash and racketball abilities, make new friends and improve fitness in a threat-reduced environment.
SQUASH GIRLS CAN
Ease your way back onto court with a gentle mix of fitness and squash/racketball hitting skills.
Agility, balance and co-ordination skills for 5-9 year olds, using shorter rackets and bigger balls.
Group training for club players including 3/4 court play, practices and condition games.
Dedicated squad sessions, working on specific themes, with some of the best players in the area. Attendance by invitation or application only.
Familiarisation with the court for 2-4 year olds. Unstructured play sessions supervised by coach while parents chat over coffee, join in, or have a hit on the next court in a learning environment.
Squash Circuits. Raise your strength and speed to raise your game.
Racketball is popular with many of a more advanced age as the bigger, bouncer ball means it is easier on the joints than squash, and has the advantage over tennis of being played indoors.
It is a game for all ages and is being used increasingly by younger players as an element of training for its benefits to strength, to footwork and to cardiovascular fitness.