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Where to find a sports club or a gym in Paris

Updated: Sep 23, 2022



Paris, being one of the most important cities in the world, offers a diverse selection of fitness centers and facilities. This article will provide a tour of some of the top gyms and sports clubs in Paris.


Gyms

Body Gym

157 rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine

11th

01 43 42 42 33


This fitness center is located in the 11th district and has a sizable training area in addition to a varied array of exercise courses to choose from. Classes like salsa dance, body pump, step, stretching, and Pilates are just some of the activities available. There is a drink and snack bar, as well as a sunbed for those times when you feel like you could use some extra vitamin D.


Club Med Gym

Various Locations

Club Med owns and runs 22 fitness centers in the Paris area, including 10 that include swimming pools. The two gyms include a combined total of fifty different programs and activities, some of which include body pumps, aerobic exercises, and dancing classes. In addition to yoga and pilates courses, the majority of clubs also provide access to a steam room. You may find information about the location on the webpage.



Club Montmartrois

60 rue Ordener

18th

01 42 52 50 50

Although it was established in 1966, making it one of the city's oldest gyms, you shouldn't let that deter you from working out here. There is all of the equipment that one would anticipate seeing in a contemporary fitness center, in addition to a large number of programs and activities

The firm also runs two other fitness centers under the Club M name, which can be found at 50 rue Duhesme in the 18th arrondissement (01 42 54 49 88) and 87, boulevard Vincent Auriol in the 13th arrondissement (01 45 70 77 36).




You will only be charged EUR 10 to test out a class before enrolling.




Forest Hill

4 rue Louis Armand

15th

Balard

01 40 60 10 00


Forest Hill and its associated water park, Aquaboulevard, are so well-known in the city of Paris that they are almost an institution. You may relax in a hammam, sauna, Jacuzzi, and solarium in addition to taking dance lessons, playing table tennis, indoor and outdoor tennis, squash, racquetball, and badminton; lifting weights; participating in aerobics and cardio fitness programs; swimming; and more.


As families travel from far away, this center also has a motel linked to it for their convenience. This is not the gym you go to in your neighborhood, but other than that, it is perfect in every way.

L’Usine

8 rue de la

Michodière

2nd

Opéra

01 42 66 30 30

If you are the sort of person who goes to the gym to see and be seen by other people, then the best location for you to go is L'Usine Opera.

Athletes in the public eye pump weights, bike, row, run on treadmills, get private coaching, participate in yoga, Pilates, and boxing classes, and engage in any other kind of exercise that helps them burn calories while the paparazzi watch. You, too, have the opportunity to compete alongside famous athletes.


To join the club, you would need to fork up close to 1,500 euros. It's not a tiny fee, but to be fair, you are paying for the absolute finest in state-of-the-art equipment, so lace up your running shoes and get ready to work out.




Vit’Halles

Various Locations

01 42 77 21 71

Les Mills courses, a spa, weight rooms, and personal training are just some of the amenities that can be found at these eight ritzy gyms spread out over the city of Paris. A day entrance to Vit'Halles may be purchased for twenty euros, and the club also provides a variety of membership options. Expats living in Paris who want to stay in shape while enjoying the most popular activity in the city, people watching, frequent Vit'Halles.



Pilates

Rituel Studio

16 rue de la Grande Chaumiere

75006 Paris

01 53 10 86 00


RITUAL is a multi-disciplinary wellness workshop that has its headquarters in the center of Paris. We started as a facility that simply offered Pilates, but now we also provide superior instruction in Gyrotonics, yoga, dance, cardiovascular conditioning, and movement. We provide numerous tiers and styles of Pilates (Mat, Reformer, JumpBoard, Cadillac, and Ball), as well as many tiers and styles of Yoga (Anusara and Vinyasa), as well as aerobic and movement classes (Xtend Barre, and Zumba).


Within a timetable that encourages involvement from the whole family, we have included Pilates, Yoga, Zumbatomic, and Dance Movement sessions that are geared for children and adolescents. Clients who want to take private lessons or lessons with a partner in their chosen activity are also welcome here.

Readers’ recommendations

Studio 15 Pilates, 15th arrondissement, https://www.studio15pilates.com



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