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Group Fitness Classes @
70 Stanley Street, Auckland 1010 &
Grey Lynn Library Hall, 474 Great North Road, Grey Lynn, Auckland 1021.

Personal Training @ your local park (outdoors) and/or home. 


Open hours:

During class times:
Tuesday 6pm - 7pm, Thursday 6pm - 7pm & Sunday 9am-10am.


To facilitate a health and wellness community where queer, gender diverse, and takataapui individuals find holistic wellness, community and turangawaewae through joyful exercise and social experiences.


We are a queer-affirming, body-liberating, health and wellness organisation formed in November of 2021. We are one of the first and only organisations in Aotearoa to offer safe, gender-affirming, joyful exercise experiences for our LGBTQ+ whānau.

We offer weekly group fitness classes (in-person and online), personal training, facilitate community groups and run social events.

We are currently based in Tāmaki Makaurau at 70 Stanley Street. However, w
ith continued engagement and support, it is our goal to have our own space in the near future.
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Exercise should be enjoyable, accessible, and safe for everyone.

At Radiqal Movement, we encourage
positive, healthy, holistic approaches to movement, centered around joy, consent, body-liberation, and peer support.

We ensure the use of body-positive language, teaching of non-gendered fitness, and provide services that cater to all fitness levels, experience, and confidence. Our staff take pride in ensuring our members are safe, comfortable, respected and supported

Radiqal Movement is one of the first and only fitness platforms in Aotearoa to provide a safe space for rainbow communities. However, Radiqal Movement also welcome allies who shares our values of inclusivity, respect, and body-liberation. 

Providing our services is a crucial step towards improving the mental and physical health of some of New Zealand's most vulnerable communities.


Mainstream gyms are not often a welcoming, comfortable, or safe space for many people. The toxic, hyper-masculinized, gendered environment, and general disrespect within mainstream gyms contribute to this. Gyms are a wide-reaching public resource which should, by definition, improve the health of their members, rather than create more barriers to mental and physical wellness.

Instead, Radiqal Movement aims to reduce inequities and improve the health of some of New Zealand's most vulnerable individuals.

Community, connection, and intergeneration support are the foundation of our gym. We value post-workout coffees, social events, and prioritise our members' holistic wellbeing. We use exercise and movement to provide our clients with autonomy over their body expression, particularly to combat body dysphoria and increase positive mental health.


Fitness Trainer, qualified in Exercise Science and Public Health.

I am the founder and director of Radiqal Movement. Radiqal Movement was built to provide a safe space and tailored exercise opportunities for LGBTQIA+ people and other communities underrepresented and often omitted from mainstream fitness spaces.

I am a two-time National Futsal Champion, former International Waka Ama competitor, and have 11+ years of gym training experience.   

Our trainings & classes will challenge your expectations and help you in (re)discovering a positive relationship with movement, in a safe and welcoming environment. 


Join the Radiqal Movement. 

~ Lauren Hartridge (she/her) ~

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