Let fitness flex around your life.
Fitting a workout into your day is easier when your fitness options blend effortlessly into your lifestyle. Step out of a breakfast meeting and onto your choice of cardio machines. Head from a networking event right into a yoga or spinning class. And trade office work to work your muscles on a full circuit of Cybex strength training equipment, free weights or a Power Rack. Find a range of fitness options for a change of pace every day.
We offer four international squash courts and a hardball doubles court. And if you’re a squash enthusiast, the best part is you’ll have access to former USOC team coach, Sharon Bradey, who’s career-high rank reached number 12 in the World. Whether you're a beginner or advanced player, sign up for 30- or 45-minute expert instruction from this longtime Squash Pro seven days a week.
Squash Player Partnering Service
Need help finding a partner? Let us match you up with other members for a game. Just contact our Squash Pro with your desired schedule and play level and we’ll get you paired up.
The Pro Shop
We carry a variety of squash rackets, squash shoes and top of the line athletic apparel in our Pro Shop. If you need a racket strung, stop by any time during Squash Pro's hours.
The Club boasts one of the most active Junior Squash Programs in the Boston and is open to children ages 6-17 years for all levels of play. The following three sessions are offered:
SESSION 1: September to December
SESSION 2: January through March
SESSION 3: April through June
Want to challenge your game? Join the Winter Box League, a popular program that runs from October through April.
Members are welcome to represent the Club in the Mass Squash League that runs from mid-October through March. The League caters to all standards, and the Club fields teams accordingly. It commences in mid-October and runs weekly throughout the season. To compete in the League you must be a Mass Squash member. Please see one of the Squash Pros to sign up.
Other Squash Programs include the following:
Summer In-house League (for Adults): June through August
Summer Programs (Children): June, July and August
Harvard Club of Boston – Club Championships: January – April
Robert Banker Cup Doubles Tournament: September – November
Harvard Club of Boston Squash Programs
Junior Clinics — Adult Clinics — Doubles Clinics — Round Robins.
June thru August summer in house leagues and summer in house doubles leagues.
* Subject to change based on attendance
Members can relax and unwind with a therapeutic massage available in the men’s and women’s locker areas by appointment only. Enjoy your choice of half-hour to one-and-a-half-hour massages including Swedish, deep tissue, Shiatsu and reflexology by experienced, licensed therapists.
Prefer to work out with others to gain a little extra motivation? Join one of our focused group exercise classes:
Yoga All Levels
This class is focused on helping students cultivate an even ratio of mobility, strength and postural stability. We will use targeted muscle activation, resistive stretching and isometric lengthening as well as restorative and classical yoga postures to assist practitioners in relieving chronic tension and muscular imbalance. Special attention will be paid to how we apply effort in order to maximize benefits while also maintaining safety. This class is appropriate for all levels of practitioners
This class is primarily focused on breath-work, meditation, alignment, strength building and relaxation. Classes are slow flow in approach (i.e. linking poses together in a way that brings calmness to the nervous system and opens and strengthens the body while maintaining a rhythmic and restorative breathing pattern). This class is adapted to all levels of experience. Each class incorporates aspects of standing poses, balancing practice, and seated postures that will stretch and strengthen all parts of your body. Focus is on safe and effective alignment to minimize injury and allow students to explore their individual potential.
This is a 45 minute, high energy indoor cycling class. It begins with a five minute warm-up, followed by periods of high and low intensity cycling with varying resistance and ends with a cool-down and stretching. This is a challenging, interval type training (HIIT) appropriate for all fitness levels. This class is a great calorie/fat burner and will improve cardiorespiratory fitness.
Strength and Mobility
This group exercise format uses the format of a contemporary yoga class but integrates exercises from many different modalities including body weight exercise, functional strength and martial arts as well as agility training. The primary focus is to strengthen all muscle groups of the body with particular attention paid to stabilization and maintaining the functionality of the joints. A short mobility section is added to the end of the class to support optimal functioning of the entire body.
This class is a total body, HIIT, (High Intensity Interval Training) class that will help improve your cardiovascular fitness, increase your strength and endurance, and help you tighten and tone all those problem areas using nothing but your body weight and resistance bands. Expect a class full of creative exercises to challenge your body in a variety of new ways.
Imagine playing 18 holes on the most beautiful courses throughout New England—from the Cape’s acclaimed greens designed by architect Rees Jones to Robert Trent Jones Sr.’s masterpiece along New Hampshire’s seacoast. The Harvard Club of Boston Golf Society offers an expansive network of clubs in Massachusetts and options all around New England.
225 Putnam Hill Rd, Sutton, MA
“Blackstone National Golf Club in Sutton is an aesthetically beautiful track that winds easily over a hilly landscape, through mature forests, and past old stonewalls. When one plays this special course, he or she can feel truly at one with nature and alone with playing partners, as each hole is designed to be separate from the others.” – Tom Landers, Golfing Magazine
132 Falmouth Woods Road, East Falmouth, MA 02536
The Golf Club of Cape Cod is a refuge from the professional and social pressures of life, for men and women who are passionate about the game of golf, regardless of their skill level. It is a place of majestic beauty, where the timeless pleasures of golf are enjoyed in an atmosphere of camaraderie and fellowship. We offer a world-class Rees Jones golf experience, characterized by the highest level of service and attention to detail, delivered to all members and guests each time they choose to visit.
134 Norwood Road, West Hartford, CT 06117
With a proud history spanning over 100 years, the Hartford Golf Club holds the distinction of being the oldest club in the area devoted to the game of golf. It is a premier private country club in the Hartford area offering a rich tradition of sports, fine dining and family-focused activities. The 30,000 square foot Clubhouse sits on 256 acres of impeccably maintained grounds. The Club has an extensive selection of world-class facilities for all ages, including: a 27-hole golf course, 9 Har Tru tennis courts, 4 international squash courts, 6 outdoor platform tennis courts, 3 pools, a 4-lane duckpin bowling alley, and a state-of-the-art fitness facility.
Hartford Golf Club is a reciprocal Club of the Harvard Club of Boston. Harvard Club members have complete access to the athletic and dining facilities at the Hartford Golf Club.
10 Gatehouse Trail, P.O. Box 2210, West Dover, VT 05356
Long considered a hidden gem by golfers in the know, the Hermitage Golf Club’s (formerly Haystack Golf Club) reputation is growing, and the accolades by the media and players keep rolling in. We pride ourselves on our classic, manicured layout with challenging greens and breathtaking scenery. Designed by acclaimed architect Desmond Muirhead in 1972, the Hermitage Golf Club offers a varied, rolling layout with each hole having its own feel and character.
80 Country Club Lane, Greenland, NH 03840
Portsmouth Country Club is a member-owned country club founded in 1901. The club is semi-private, and non-members are invited to use the golf course, the pro shop, restaurant, and banquet facilities. Portsmouth Country Club is a championship golf course designed by the famous Robert Trent Jones Sr., and it is consistently ranked as one of the best in New England.
3268 Quechee Main St, Quechee, VT 05059
The Quechee Club is a 36-hole private experience with championship flair. These two diverse championship layouts will allow you to take in some of the most beautiful vistas in Vermont, while having the opportunity to challenge yourself on two completely different true tests of golf. Come and see why players are raving about the best two conditioned golf courses in New England, and enjoy the tranquility of Quechee, Vermont.
185 Pawtucket Blvd, Tyngsboro, MA 01879
Golf in its purest form awaits you at Vesper-Country Club, the most distinguished private country club in the northern Massachusetts region. Great golf is the very heart of Vesper Country Club. Our course features nine holes on an island in the Merrimack River and nine holes that meander through a classic New England landscape framed by towering Spruces and Oaks. Designed by Donald J. Ross, the Vesper course features 6,740 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . Dramatic viewpoints and bold, strategic bunkering showcase the designer's artistry. From the wide fairways and undulating greens, players can enjoy the spectacular natural beauty of the Merrimack Valley.