Physical Park is the only destination around the area with fantastic squash courts made just for you. With 2 squash courts, a squash league and an easy reservation system, there’s no better place to get involved in the squash community and improve your playing abilities.




With our Physical Park app, you have access to the full Squash schedule right in the palm of your hands. Book seamlessly at your desired time and it's done. You can also always call the reception or simply book on the spot on your next visit.


Physical Park has a squash league available for those who are willing to take their game to the next level. Participate in practices amongst your team to up your skills and compete in competitions against other leagues in the area.


Our squash department holds professional squash teachers that give private lessons for those who want to improve their swing and agility. We also hold weekly squash classes for juniors that are soon-to-be professionals.


Leaping, spinning, stopping, bending, jumping, sprinting and running are just some of the moves the body has to make in a game of squash. As such, the sport requires and fosters its players to be nimble.

Hitting the ball under competitive stress forces the body to hone in on target and destination.

Constant movement and particularly movement outside typical range of motion is so often required in a game of squash that joints and ligaments are able to stretch, promoting elasticity.

From the very start of the game, eyes are sharply fixated on the ball at all times. Focusing where it hits and knowing where and how it will bounce back requires mental and visual concentration, while the opponent’s movements sharpen peripheral vision.

Using lower and upper body muscles at the same time paired with the intensity of stop-and-sprint movements can burn a ton of calories – an average of 500 calories in 30 minutes.

Squash involves running, jumping, leaping, and diving for the ball so the heart and lungs are working at peak efficiency. An intense game of squash will keep the heart rate up at all times, making heart muscle stronger as more blood pumps to the brain and the rest of the body.  

Players learn to win and lose graciously. A handshake at the end of a match plus acknowledgement of a match well-played is the proper conduct.

Knowing one has competed to the best of one’s physical ability – especially in a game as intense as squash – boosts self-esteem.

Concentrating on the ball, the opponent and the surroundings will boost mental alertness and spatial awareness.

Squash acts as a wonderful stress reliever, especially after a particularly demanding day.