Functional Adaptive Movement™Ltd  (FAM™)

FAM™ (Functional Adaptive Movement™Ltd) is a strength and conditioning program with specifically designed programs for all ages to increase the overall health and wellness of those dealing with any disability. These programs have proven to elevate the balance, coordination, confidence, strength, endurance, concentration, communication, capability, and life skills of participating “differently-abled” athletes/clients. ​Such improvements have been recognised in physical, mental, and emotional aspects by the individuals themselves, and by their Carers, Parents, Support Workers, and Allied Health Professionals and Organisations. Currently, about 400 adaptive clients are attending classes each week, yet the swell of interest in the unique programs of FAM™ have encouraged plans to expand the program further within New Zealand and internationally. Since January 2020, FAM is running the Strength & Conditioning training for Parafed Auckland. Working out of five respected facilities in Auckland, FAM™ utilizes active volunteering from the Community and Corporates’ social programs, local Universities and Allied Health bodies to deliver fun-filled and energetic classes, while ensuring the safety and personal achievement of all participants. The FAM™ programs and Community focus intentionally on a united culture and the belief that there are endless possibilities for all of our athletes/clients and their affiliates. ​Welcome to our FAMily

Name: Michael Hynard
Address: Multi Site, 6 Tranquil Glade, Hillcrest, Auckland 0627
Phone: 021 826 453


Disability Types

  • Age-Related Conditions
  • Brain Injury
  • Cognitive/Intellectual
  • Developmental Delay
  • Hearing Impairment
  • Mental Health
  • Multiple Diagnosis
  • Physical
  • Sensory
  • Visual Impairment


  • Auckland/Northland
  • Bay of Plenty
  • Canterbury
  • Hawkes Bay
  • Lower North Island
  • Nelson/Marlborough
  • Otago/Southland
  • Tauranga
  • Waikato

Services Provided

  • Assessment & Coordination
  • Child/Youth
  • Community Participation
  • Day Services
  • Rehabilitation