CPA therapist Lauren with boxing gloves on.

Lauren transforms clients’ aspirations into empowering experiences

This is Lauren. She found her passion working as an Exercise Physiologist, empowering her clients to achieve their goals. Whatever the milestone, however seemingly big or small, Lauren is there to support her clients at every stage.

“It’s such a rewarding career being an Exercise Physiologist. You always come away with a smile on your face when your clients achieve these small wins. And it’s really about those small wins. Coming into the gym, working on whatever they’re doing, then leaving a lot better than when they came in.”

Lauren has been there for some of the biggest moments in her clients’ lives. She works with every client in order to form individualised exercise programs so that they can accomplish their goals on their own terms. Lauren trained with Lia in the gym and hydrotherapy to maintain her strength and fitness, to help achieve her goal to walk half of the Bay Run. Lauren’s also trained many clients to undertake the Krazy Kosci Klimb challenge, an event where teams make the journey up Mount Kosciuszko in order to raise funds for people living with cerebral palsy.

Lauren understands the importance of collaboration in order to do her work. By joining forces with the talented staff in other sectors of CPA, her clients can build support systems across the organisation and tackle their goals from every angle.

“CPA offers a lot of multidisciplinary approaches within the company so it’s really nice to work with Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and other disciplines who are also working on our clients’ goals as well.”

Exercise Physiologists like Lauren form a crucial part of the work that CPA does, transforming aspirations that can seem insurmountable into empowering experiences.

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