Founded by experienced, passionate, squash coaches Cliff Wenn and Szilvia Szombati over 15 years ago, LearnSquash offers squash lessons and clinics for juniors and adults in the greater Boston area. Our mission is to provide the best possible total squash experience for all of our squash clients from 5 to 99!
2022 LearnSquash Summer Clinics
Registrations will be uploaded shortly, but the dates are confirmed. Here are the dates:
Clinic 1: June 14-16 (Tues-Thurs) - FULL
Clinic 2: June 21-23 (Tues-Thurs) - FULL
Clinic 3: June 28-30 (Tues-Thurs) - FULL
Clinic 4: July 12-14 (Tues-Thurs) - FULL
Clinic 5: July 19-21 (Tues-Thurs) - FULL
Private and semi-private lessons are available. Monday evening weekday clinic starting on April 4. Click below for more information and to enroll.
Private and semi-private lessons are available.
Email us for more information on our weekend programs. Thursday evening junior clinic for Advanced Beginners to Intermediate level will be starting up on April 7. Click below for more information and to enroll.
Interactive squash NOW at LearnSquash
A big addition to the LearnSquash program is the installation of an Interactive Squash court at the squash center. Interactive Squash Training is the most sophisticated digital training system for racket sports on the market today.
Training modules which have been designed in consultation with professional coaches and players can test movements and skills specifically related to competitive play.
Interactive Squash Games have been designed to get everyone and in particular kids thrilled to jump on court to start playing. With a broad selection of different kinds of games, from retro arcade to the more creative and educational ones, every game has been developed to meet fun and entertainment with the need with the need of improving players' skills like hand-eye coordination, speed, strength, and reaction time.
The Future is Bright
In 2003, a study by Forbes magazine rated squash as the #1 sport for getting and staying fit. The U.S. has the fastest growing squash participation worldwide and now more than 200 colleges and universities have courts, including all of the top 25.