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Block'Out is not only about climbing and good food. We provide a range of other services that offer a variety of different pleasures.


Modern weights machines are available to start, finish or vary your climbing sessions.

For workout enthusiasts and for those who want to be in shape for the summer, weight training offers an ideal complement to bouldering.

Access to the weights area is included in the price of your entrance ticket or season ticket for the climbing facility.

Training - 4D beam - Pan-Güllich

Block’Out Paris offers you a challenging selection of fun and innovative training tools.

The horizontal beam

Block’Out Cergy regulars know it well – they’ve had one there for 3 years.

Paris has a bigger one (over 5 m long) that uses different types of grip. This comprehensive training aid set up by our state-approved instructor Jérémy Lemau allows you to work core strength, arms and coordination.

The campus board

The campus board was invented by legendary German climber Wolfgang Gullich as a way to train for his route Action Directe in 1991, then considered to be the world’s first 9a route and now a classic at that level.
Used properly, the campus board can develop strength and explosive power.
So no need to build one in your garage or above your bed, you can come and work out on Block'Out's version.
Use in moderation if you don't want to hear your fingers, elbows and shoulders to scream!

Muscu-climb et Tunnel


In-house kit for specific and ultra-effective strength training.

The Tunnel

This is the perfect feature for working on your stamina.
As an extension to the grotto boulder, you can continue your ascent along this impressive overhang that extends for more than 20m and that takes you to the roof of the building at a height of 8.5m.
Aurelie, you asked us for it, now you have it!
The result is impressive, come and try it out!

Osteopathy at Block'Out Cergy

What is osteopathy?

A form of healthcare that determines and treats movement difficulties that can affect joints, muscles, ligaments and viscera and that may cause health problems.

When should you consult?

Osteopathy is both curative and preventive medicine. For prevention, don't wait to be in pain (or for pain to return) before consulting. Osteopaths are not specialist therapists (in the French social security sense). Patients can therefore consult them directly, without a prescription.

Your osteopath: Aurore Sacarrère

– A graduate from the European osteopathy college, a private higher education establishment approved by the French health ministry. She trained for 5,900 hours over 5 years, including 4 years of fundamental, human and medical science courses.
- She has a diploma in psychosomatics from Paris-Descartes University and a training certificate for level 2 first aid.
- In the interest of patient safety, she may refuse to treat patients with certain medical conditions.
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Osteopathy can improve your performance

Osteopathy has the ability to improve muscle performance, joint flexibility and respiratory capacity. It can also improve concentration during exams and other intellectual challenges as well as enable optimum recovery after physical exercise.

Osteopathy is concerned with all of the body’s major systems:

– The orthopaedic and locomotive system and the after-effects of injury: sprains, tendonitis, back, neck and shoulder pain/injuries, painful joints, scoliosis, groin and coccyx pain/injuries, fractures, falls and other accidents…
– The neurological system: various kinds of nerve pain: in the arms, cervico-brachial, intercostal, facial, Arnold’s neuralgia, cruralgia, sciatica…
– The cardio-vascular system: poor circulation in the lower limbs, venous congestion, haemorrhoids, palpitations, oppressions…
– The digestive system: bloating, hiatal hernia, flatulence, hepatobiliary disorders, colitis, constipation, organ ptosis, indigestion, gastritis, gastric acidity…
–Ear, nose, throat and pulmonary system: rhinitis, sinusitis, vertigo, tinnitus, bronchitis, asthma, bronchiolitis…
– The neuro-vegetative system: headaches, migraines, depression, anxiety, stress, sleep disorders, spasmophilia…
A session lasts around 45 minutes and costs €55. Payment by cheque or cash only.

Although osteopathy is not covered by the French social security system, a growing number of health insurance schemes do cover treatment with an osteopath. Don’t forget to ask for a receipt after your session so you can send it to your health insurance provider.

Our Sauna

To recover faster between sessions, reduce the risk of injury, or just to relax!

Our sauna is a genuine Finnish solid wood sauna, fitted with a chromotherapy system. We also provide essential oils that you can pour onto the hot stones for an even more enjoyable experience.


Access to the sauna and steam room is included in your climbing entrance ticket.

If you only want to use the sauna & steam room at Block'Out Paris:

€200 for an annual subscription to the sauna (also valid in Block'Out Cergy and Evry)

Our Steam Room

A steam room is one of the best ways to give your body a treat. It opens up the pores of the skin, eliminates dirt and bacteria, clears the sinuses and nasal passages, soothes muscular pain and eases breathing.

After a climbing session, or just to wind down after a day's work, the enveloping warmth of the steam room will relax you.


Access to the sauna and steam room is included in your climbing entrance ticket.

If you only want to use the sauna & steam room at Block'Out Paris:

€200 for an annual subscription to the sauna (also valid in Block'Out Cergy and Evry)

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