High Above

Hamilton, Waikato
All year round

High Above are passionate about all things aerial

Pole and aerial is so much more than just an exercise class, it’s an experience. Their aim is to provide a safe, judgement-free environment where adults can feel comfortable and have fun while becoming fitter, stronger and more confident versions of themselves. Their beautifully designed studio offers classes in pole fitness, AntiGravity Fitness aerial yoga, aerial hoop and flexibility. The best part is you don’t need any fitness or dance experience to join in the fun. If you don’t have much upper body strength, perfect! That’s exactly why you should sign up. From absolute beginners to advanced athletes, High Above caters to all levels.



For more info visit:

High Above


36 Ward Street


021 199 7355


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