Mora McGovern

Certified Foundation Training Instructor

Do you suffer from:

  • Back pain?
  • Sore knees and hips?
  • Neck and shoulder ache?
  • Tension headaches?
  • Plantar fasciitis?

Do you want to:

  • Improve your posture?
  • Increase your strength, flexibility and power?
  • Reduce your risk of injury?
  • Speed up your recovery?
  • Improve your sporting performance?

What is Foundation Training?

Eliminate back pain and live your life to the full with Foundation Training.


Book a Session

Book a private session or join a class and begin your journey to a stronger, healthier you.


What do my clients say?

See the improvements Foundation Training can make.

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Aberdeen Chiropractic Clinic this night interest you guys 😀
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Movement . Performance . Sustainability - Dr. Eric Goodman & Dr. Lance von Stade ~ T H E ~ S U S T A I N A B L E ~ M O V E M E N T ~ P R O G R A M ~ F O R ~ C H I R O P R A C T O R S ~ => <= ( 💢Get 3 VIDEOS + Chiropractic Specific Warm-Up ) 🙌🏼Kairos Training Culture partnered w/ Foundation Training ~ 3000+ chiropractors trained in 3 years, an online program for chiropractors to... IMPROVE PERFORMANCE, DECREASE INJURY, REDUCE # of MISSED DAYS IN THE OFFICE. Facilitated by the voice of The Artful Chiropractor podcast Mr. Raymond Daniels *Private message us for the a Special Launch Discount Code to enter at checkout

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Knee stability is not just about the quads - to create true knee stability we have to look at the muscles above, below, inside, outside, back, front, deep and superficial. Foundation Training teaches all these muscles to work together to create knees that can adapt to, and endure, the riggers of our daily lives. ... See MoreSee Less

Foundation Training Science Sunday! Are you looking to improve your sports performance? To pick up your children without a second thought? Or to take a moment to breathe in the flowers? Knee stability comes from above and below at the hip, ankle, and even the feet. A healthy knee feels support from strong upper and lower leg muscles. The quadriceps are only a small bit of this puzzle. The glutes, hamstrings, and deep stabilizing muscles of the hips are your center of power and protection. The Foundation Training Squat incorporates our principles of integration, hinging, and Decompression Breath in order to develop muscle patterns that are safe and true to the form of human movement. Train your WHOLE body to achieve the strength you need for activities of daily living!

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Science Sunday - the 8-point plank - it’s much more than a normal plank! ... See MoreSee Less

Foundation Training Science Sunday! Our movement system is known for it's benefit to the posterior chain, but Foundation Training is an integrative process focused on the recruitment of multiple muscle chains throughout the body. The recruitment of the deep muscles in the abdominal wall is essential for the support our daily movement and efficient biological functioning. The abdomen contains all the digestive organs, including the stomach, small and large intestines, pancreas, liver, and gallbladder. These organs are held together loosely by connecting tissues that allow them to expand and to slide against each other. The abdomen also contains the kidneys and spleen. Many important blood vessels travel through the abdomen, including the aorta, inferior vena cava, and dozens of their smaller branches. In the front, the abdomen is protected by a thin, tough layer of tissue called fascia. In front of the fascia are the abdominal muscles and skin. In the rear of the abdomen are the back muscles and spine. The 8-Point Plank facilitates the protection and proper function of our internal and external processes. Our 8-Point Plank requires more than just holding your body up against gravity. The true magic of this move is the incorporation of decompression breathing and anchoring to take anterior strengthening to the next level. Learn how. Try it. Sign up for the Foundation Training Core Elements Program!

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Science Sunday - plantar fasciitis! ... See MoreSee Less

Foundation Training Science Sunday! Nearly every pair of shoes we'll ever wear places our feet in Plantar-Flexion, the heel higher than the toes. This is a detrimental position for the ankle to adapt towards over time. The resulting weakness makes the training of the Tibialis Anterior, and a few other primary Dorsi-flexion muscles, an essential part of any exercise system. Be aware of how you walk and what you wear. Be sure you are barefoot when you can be, especially if you are practicing Foundation Training and other movement restorations. Many of you with chronic pain will be surprised how much of it may stem from ground level imbalance. Do a Founder, stretch your feet, dorsiflex your ankles and move along with your day. Start your journey today!

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