Limitless Studios

All year round. Check the timetable

Limitless is an exhilarating, creative fitness space specialising in Pole and Aerial Artistry

Teaching you to soar without wings in a pristine, dedicated Mt Wellington studio. Classes redefine the horizons of fitness, offering a social, fun, supportive and encouraging environment that will leave you eagerly counting down the days till your next class. You will feel the benefits of classes much quicker than traditional gym workouts as the class groups are smaller and more intimate with teachers spending more one on one time with you to ensure correct and safe technique, muscle engagement and guidance to successfully achieve the activity at hand. With regular classes, you will feel not only physical, but mental benefits as well. Once you have learned the basics, the possibilities of what you can do next are limitless. Very popular. Bookings essential.



For more info visit:

Limitless Studios


4/159 Marua Road


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