Trying to perfect your backhand dropshot? Are you struggling to return your opponent's tricky lob serve? Look no further, our coaches are on hand to help you improve your squash skills, movement and game play.
All lessons, both junior and senior are bookable via our Squash Director and can be arranged at a time of your convenience.
Our coaches will be very pleased to help you with your game. Full coaching profiles and contact details can be found below.
Stacey Ross - Squash Director
T: 07811 465 073
As a junior player Stacey won numerous British Open and Closed titles and as a senior player played the PSA World Tour for 7 years reaching a career high of World No. 39. After finishing the pro circuit he committed to a full time coaching career at The Wimbledon Club whilst continuing to play National and European league squash in Holland and Germany for a further 4 years.
Stacey is available for adult and junior private lessons, Monday to Saturday.
For rates please contact Stacey directly.
Jordan Warne - Assistant Squash Coach
T: 07342 633 061
Jordan is available for adult and junior private lessons Monday to Saturday
Adult: £23 (45 minutes)
Junior: £20 (45 minutes)
Paul Reilly - Junior Squash Coach
T: 07787 122 494
Paul grew up in the southern suberb of Constantia, South Africa.
He started playing squash around the age of 10 and was instantly hooked! By age 12 he had achieved county representation and by age 16 he had reached a national ranking of 8 in South Africa.
As a junior Paul undertook his Level 1 coaching course and has been coaching ever since. Now a Level 3 coach with over 22 years experience, Paul thrives in helping people with their game no matter what their goals might be. His coaching style is fun and informative plus you're also guaranteed a excellent run around in your sessions.
Sarah Davis - Head Junior Coach
Sarah began playing squash when she was 10 years old at her local club. With a natural eye for the ball, she excelled quickly and went on to represent Surrey, the South East region and England at junior level.