Our exclusive, private members health club offers a unique approach to fitness and well-being. Our wellness coaches are fully trained and their friendly approach will help you achieve your fitness goals, one step at a time. Take as much support as you need from our team or go it alone, the choice is yours.
Our facilities are first class, just as you would expect from one of the top gyms in Dublin. What you might not expect is a bright and spacious air-conditioned gym decked out with user-friendly cardio and resistance equipment, a 15m swimming pool and sauna.
We don’t stop there – our fully trained personal trainers & fitness instructors run 80 fitness classes a week in our spin and aerobic studio. Join them for some fun and fitness and feel free to grab a coffee after your class in our comfortable coffee lounge.
We understand that some gyms in Dublin can be intimidating places for people who have been out of the fitness arena for a while. Our friendly team will make you feel comfortable and help you achieve a better level of fitness and agility. Our aim is to help you achieve a level of wellness that makes you feel good and look good, whatever your current level of fitness.
We think of fitness as a journey – take the first step by joining us at The Dartry Health Club.
Conveniently located in south dublin between the neighborhoods of Rathgar, Milltown and Rathmines and plenty of free parking. We have bicycle racks and are close to the Cowper Luas stop.
In the last year we have more than doubled our class timetable. Our timetable now gives you the choice of over 80 classes a week. We have added in more of your favourite classes such Yoga, BodyPump, pilates and Boxfit. In addition we have added Mindfulness to our programme. With so much choice, ther...Read More
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