#MoveBetter #FeelBetter #LiveBetter

Six Reformer Pilates and Barre studios across Dublin and Wicklow

Take your first two introductory Pilates or Barre classes for only €25

Bringing Pilates to life

We are Ireland's largest and most exclusively dedicated Reformer Pilates and Barre Studios with locations in Stillorgan, Sandymount, Rathmines, Leeson Street and Greystones.

We cater for all levels - from beginners to the advanced

We have created an innovative group of Pilates studios, offering a world-class Exercise Program to our clients.

New studios

Check out the introductory offer available at our beautiful new Greystones studio. We're also delighted to announce the opening of our new studio and training school at our HQ at Clonskeagh.

WATCH - Will and Milena Byrne introduce you to Platinum Pilates

PlatinumPhysio

PlatinumPhysio

Meet the Team
 

Healthy eating blog

Healthy Eating ideas

Our team share their favourite recipes
 

Clnoskeagh studio now open

Our new Clonskeagh Studio

Our new state of the art studio at Clonskeagh is now open and taking bookings for classes!

@Follow us

18 hours ago
Platinum Pilates platinumpilates
Suns out ... Guns out ... our amazing teacher Derek is almost fully booked tomorrow ... grab… https://t.co/k8SOKL2xCV
1 day ago
Platinum Pilates platinumpilates
Quality over quantity every time ... our amazing teacher barbara is a triathlete, yoga teacher… https://t.co/SjKRHDqezB

Featured items

PlatinumPhysio launches this January

Exciting news for us – we’re teaming up with some of Ireland’s most accredited & respected Medical Professionals to bring you PlatinumPhysio early 2017.

Get Inspired

Sitting at a desk all day

5 tips to keep you Fit & Healthy when you’re stuck at the desk all day

We've put together our list of wellness tricks to keep you supple, mobile & healthy and the best part is you can do them at your desk.

Finding time for yourself – Teresa’s day in the life

Sometime it can be quite challenging trying to juggle life, specially when you have children. Every parent knows!
walker

Is pain an output from the body or an input from the brain?

PlatinumPhysio's Ben Doyle discusses how the brain controls the amount of pain received in the body not the opposite way around.