Welcome to Aevum Wellness

Welcome to Aevum Wellness

Health and wellness is at the heart of what we do and our aim is to encourage and assist people to maintain a healthy, strong and independent quality of life through the degenerative ageing process. We offer specialised services using safe and effective technology that can assist with many conditions, including mobility and stability, poor posture, loss of muscle and strength, osteoporosis, poor circulation, and more. The Aevum Wellness Centre is not a gym, and not a doctor’s office, but a unique facility that provides a safe and effective way to enhance health, longevity and independent active living.


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We are a REPs Registered Exercise Facility which means we meet NZ and international standards to deliver safe and effective exercise advice to you.


Why choose Aevum Wellness?



Our program is customised for each client’s comfort and ability level.


 Safe and effective

Training is supervised by qualified exercise specialists to help you get great results.


 Tangible results

We measure and monitor your progress, providing regular performance reports.

What our clients say

The staff and trainers at Aevum Wellness are so supportive and cheerful … It’s a joy to look forward to my session once a week.

Gladys J. (87)

Although I’m only halfway through my programme, the results have been spectacular … I’ve been able to decrease my use of painkillers by 75%.

Ian C.

We have noticed a marked improvement in our mobility, balance and general fitness … we always feel invigorated at the end of each session.

Jessie & David M.

Our promise to you …

Our professional staff will do everything they can to give you the best training advice possible, tailored to your individual condition and abilities, in order to help you achieve your goals.

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Muscle Loss with Ageing

Sarcopenia, or the decline of skeletal muscle tissue with age, is one of the most important causes of functional decline and loss of independence in older adults. It refers to both loss of muscle mass, or size, and loss of muscle function or strength. Sarcopaenia has a number of causes – including neurological decline, hormonal
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Better Balance and Posture to prevent falls

Poor balance has a major influence on your chance of sustaining a fragility fracture as you age – but you are never too old or too young to start balance improvement activities.  Our Fall Prevention programme at Aevum Wellness Clinic can improve your balance with functional mobility and stability training. Our patient success stories range
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5 Tips for better bone health

What can you do to protect your bone health as you age and ensure a healthy, mobile and independent future?   The key message is that prevention is better than cure, but it is never too late to take positive action. Top of the list of actions you can undertake to ensure optimum bone health
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Mobility and Hydration

As we age and live less and less active lives, our muscle mass declines and with it our strength.  Our balance and mobility also decrease. Hydration has a big influence on mobility – many older people have dehydrated fascia layers between their muscles which make it harder for the muscles to move and slide over
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