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Ireland’s biggest stars step out in style for Dublin’s BodyByrne Gym opening

Paul Byrne and Keith Duffy

Ireland’s biggest names stepped out for the grand opening of the new state of the art BodyByrne Gym in Powerscourt Townhouse in South William Street, Dublin. Celebrating it’s launch at The Westbury Hotel on Friday evening.

Established in 2001, BodyByrne is co-owned by Paul Byrne and his wife Siobhan Byrne. With more than 30 years’ experience in the fitness industry they are renowned for providing clients with the ultimate tailored personal training. BodyByrne has been at the forefront of the fitness industry in Ireland for more than 20 years, with a devoted clientele that includes A-list celebrities, professional athletes as well as individuals looking to up their fitness game.

This new studio is fitted with the leading fitness equipment range – TechnoGym – featuring the latest technology to allow clients more variety and even better results when combined with BodyByrne’s expert guidance.

The equipment is custom made to suit the ways founder Paul Byrne wanted the trainers and clients to be able to work with them, catering for everyone from the business person just starting on their fitness training goals to the Olympic athlete looking to perfect their techniques.

The celebration was in full swing last night as Keith Duffy hosted the event, while the who’s who of the celebrity world arrived to show their support.

Keith Duffy with his wife Lisa Duffy and children Jay Duffy and Mia Duffy
Gillian Quinn at the opening of the state of the art BodyByrne Gym at the Powerscourt Townhouse,Dublin.
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Aisling Quinn
Liam Cunningham
Elaine Crowley
Laura Fox
Jenny Dixon and Tom Neville
Leo Suter
Pollyanne McIntosh
Bernard Dunne
Rory Cowan
Lea Heart
Matt Cooper
Danny O Reilly and Dorottya Krizsan
Brian Kennedy
Andrea Hayes
Cliff Dea and Owen Cardiff


Images by Brian McEvoy


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