To our families in Centre Wellington, ERF is the racquet club that provides a place for the whole family to relax, play and get healthy together.
For over 35 years Elora Racquets and Fitness has been a staple in the Wellington community. The club, located between Elora and Fergus on Wellington Road 18, is known mostly as a facility for squash, tennis and racquetball. However, what most may not know is that it has a fantastic social atmosphere that fosters friendships and gives families a place to stay active and have fun all year long! Squash and tennis house leagues keep our members active and playing new people throughout the season. Private lessons and clinics with our many teaching professionals ensure that everyone stays in the game both mentally and physically. Our Junior Squash program and Summer Sports Camps give children a chance to learn and grow in a fun environment. We also offer personal training and classes for those who want to improve their fitness. Over the past 2 years, we have been working hard to upgrade the fitness facilities here at the club. Brand new equipment sits proudly in our cardio area, and a weight room makeover is around the corner.
Given our location and our wonderful membership community, it's no wonder Elora Racquets and Fitness has been dubbed
"The Gem on the Grand."
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Jamie is an ex-professional squash player and was formerly ranked in the world top 20. He was also the Canadian National Champion in 1986. Jamie is an Asian certified level one and two instructor as well as a Squash Canada certified development coach (level three). He is a former Malaysian National Coach and has coached the Malaysian team at the Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, and World Team Championships. Jamie has worked with top players such as Ong Beng Hee and World #1 Nicol David. He also worked as the Performance Director for Squash Canada for six years.
TENNIS & SQUASH PROFESSIONAL
Former club owner Jake Doering has been a consultant fixture for decades here at Elora Racquets and Fitness. To say he knows his way around a racquet is a true understatement. A master of the soft touch and creative shots, he has used his craftiness to maintain the highest level of play and an even higher level of instruction. Jake has literally thousands of hours of teaching experience and has coached some of Canada's top squash players including two U19 National Champions.