Lauren Foote Moves:
Inclusive Exercise Physiology

Move your way. Move with joy.
- Move pain free
- Perform at your best
- Improve joint range and strength
- Move for your mental health
- Manage chronic health conditions
- Trans affirming Exercise Physiologist
- LGBTIQ+ clinician
- Functional Range and Conditioning coach (FRC)
- NDIS | Private Health | Medicare

What if movement could be joyful?

I have been working as an exercise physiologist for 10 years and feel deeply about moving with joy, and finding strength through doing the things we love.My sessions use Functional range and conditioning principals (FRC) to evaluate joint space, and increase mobility and strength.I have a wealth of experience in mental health and working with LGBTIQ+ communities and feel grateful to give back in these spaces.As a gender diverse person I understand the need for gender affirming movement spaces, and provide support for trans and gender diverse folks to help them move in a way that works for them.
I am currently working in Preston, and home visits on request.
- Lauren (she/they)

Lauren is wearing a rainbow striped t shirt and holding flyers while smiling in the sun.

Individual coaching

Individual coaching includes evaluating your current movement capacity to receive a program taylored to your needs. Sessions will include:
- Medical history
- Current goals
- Movement assessment
- Exercise prescription
1:1 Exercise Physiology coaching
$120 Initial consultation
$105 Follow up visit
(Pony Club members receive discount)
$50-$70 unwaged/ first nations
NDIS rates as per recommended guidelines.
Mobile Coaching visits available on request
2:1 coaching
Available on request

Mobility Classes

Join the movement. Using flexibility and strength, mobility classes will challenge your range of motion and increase joint capacity. This is suitable for all levels: beginner through to advanced.Current classes:
- Pony Club Gym Preston. Tuesdays 5pm. Drop ins welcome ($25/class)
- Book a class for your club
Get in touch:
Instagram @laurenfoote66
I'd like to acknowledge that I operate on stolen land, of the wurundjeri people of the kulin nation any pay my respects to elders past, present and emerging. This land is, was and always will be stolen land.

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