Adults

As well as working with juniors, it is important that we have dedicated adult programmes too. Our strategy encourages clubs and coaches to provide daytime courses, to assist with off-peak court utilisation.

We will help wherever possible and our recommended courses focus on different age groups and demographics, to help develop our membership profile.

Pensioner Workshops

Squash 57 Pensioner Workshops

Squash boomed in the 1980s and 90s and there are many competitive players still playing the Masters circuit. However, squash may be difficult to learn in later life, which is why we encourage Squash 57 (or Racketball as it used to be called). This is a great way for pensioners to have fun and learn a new skill. We normally suggest running workshops from 10 to 12am and we are very happy to engage with U3A groups around Berkshire to drive up participation. To find out more, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Lunchtime Leagues

Lunchtime Leagues

Working with clubs and local businesses, we encourage participation in lunchtime leagues from 12 to 3pm. With home-working growing in popularity in recent years, we believe Squash (or Squash 57) is an ideal way to exercise quickly, burn some calories and get the endorphins flowing. Ideal for employees to get an important break, recharge and maximise their afternoon workload! To find out more, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Mums & Tots

Mums & Tots

Working with clubs and coaches, we can provide dedicated workshops for Mums to learn Squash and/or Squash 57, knowing their children can be looked after in a safe environment. As well as learning a new skill, research confirms that this target demographic want to have fun, whilst socialising with friends and family. Our sport is not all about competition and winning and is perfect for beginners looking to achieve these outcomes. Again, to help clubs with court maximisation, we normally suggest running workshops from 10 to 12am. To find out more, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Adult Intro Sessions

Adult Coaching Programmes

To help combat our ageing squash membership, we want to encourage adults in their 20’s and 30’s to try Squash and/or Squash 57. Working with clubs and coaches, we can provide a tailor-made 6 week course, designed to show you the basics and hopefully get you hooked on our wonderful game. After the course, you will be encouraged to have individual lessons, play friendly matches with players of a similar standard, participate in Club Nights and enter the internal box leagues. This is a great opportunity to make new friends, learn a new skill and get fit and healthy. To find out more, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Club Nights

Club Nights

To integrate new players into a club and help them develop, we recommend that our Clubs run Club Nights, normally suggesting these are held on the weekend and ideally supported by a professional coach. This is a great opportunity for players, new or old, to meet new people, have fun and improve their fitness. If you are a member of a club, please speak to them. If you are not a member, or your club doesn’t operate a Club Night, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do all we can to help.

As well as working with juniors, it is important that we have dedicated adult programmes too. Our strategy encourages clubs and coaches to provide daytime courses, to assist with off-peak court utilisation.

We will help wherever possible and our recommended courses focus on different age groups and demographics, to help develop our membership profile.

Pensioner Workshops

Squash boomed in the 1980s and 90s and there are many competitive players still playing the Masters circuit. However, squash may be difficult to learn in later life, which is why we encourage Squash 57 (or Racketball as it used to be called). This is a great way for pensioners to have fun and learn a new skill. We normally suggest running workshops from 10 to 12am and we are very happy to engage with U3A groups around Berkshire to drive up participation. To find out more, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Lunchtime Leagues

This is a placeholder tab content. It is important to have the necessary information in the block, but at this stage, it is just a placeholder to help you visualise how the content is displayed. Feel free to edit this with your actual content.Working with clubs and local businesses, we encourage participation in lunchtime leagues from 12 to 3pm. With home-working growing in popularity in recent years, we believe Squash (or Squash 57) is an ideal way to exercise quickly, burn some calories and get the endorphins flowing. Ideal for employees to get an important break, recharge and maximise their afternoon workload! To find out more, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Mums & Tots

Working with clubs and coaches, we can provide dedicated workshops for Mums to learn Squash and/or Squash 57, knowing their children can be looked after in a safe environment. As well as learning a new skill, research confirms that this target demographic want to have fun, whilst socialising with friends and family. Our sport is not all about competition and winning and is perfect for beginners looking to achieve these outcomes. Again, to help clubs with court maximisation, we normally suggest running workshops from 10 to 12am. To find out more, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Adult Intro Sessions

To help combat our ageing squash membership, we want to encourage adults in their 20’s and 30’s to try Squash and/or Squash 57. Working with clubs and coaches, we can provide a tailor-made 6 week course, designed to show you the basics and hopefully get you hooked on our wonderful game. After the course, you will be encouraged to have individual lessons, play friendly matches with players of a similar standard, participate in Club Nights and enter the internal box leagues. This is a great opportunity to make new friends, learn a new skill and get fit and healthy. To find out more, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Club Night

To integrate new players into a club and help them develop, we recommend that our Clubs run Club Nights, normally suggesting these are held on the weekend and ideally supported by a professional coach. This is a great opportunity for players, new or old, to meet new people, have fun and improve their fitness. If you are a member of a club, please speak to them. If you are not a member, or your club doesn’t operate a Club Night, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do all we can to help.