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Oriana Falconé

I have best job in the world!

I get to meet and work with all kinds of amazing and wonderful people from those who simply desire to become fitter and stronger, to those who may need a rehabilitative approach in getting their body back to full functionality after an injury.

I just love to see my clients reaching their goals month-by-month.

Dedication, consistency, and optimism is key in getting results.

The coach-client relationship is a journey in which we work together to remodel physical conditioning habits, and 'new thinking' that will take a client on a new path to changing their health for the better.

It's important to closely monitor a client progress throughout each session as-well-as continually updating and making changes where necessary as we journey towards new horizons.

My fitness journey began at age 13 where I started becoming more aware of my body. I knew do better for my health. So, I set about making some serious and very positive changes to my lifestyle.

Dance had always been a passion for me. I joined up at a local dance centre and was hooked. Late into my teens I then started hitting the gym and doing some aerobics.

I noticed huge improvements in many areas of my life from regular activity I.E. I had more energy, my focus was sharper, and I felt great in my body.

It was when I reached my fitness goals for that first time that I realized I wanted to help others to achieve the same.

I wanted to learn the ropes, get qualified, and become a pro so I could work with and help as many people as possible.

After qualifying at London Central YMCA in 2002, I continued teaching for 20 years. I continued to build upon my professional repertoire through the years attending many CPD (continual professional development) courses to refine my expertise.

I learned to teach a broad collection of fitness disciplines within the industry.

By the time I reached my mid 30's my body was changing, again! It was at this time that I found a new appreciation for 'Calm Classes' and 'intelligent movement' in Stott Pilates

The more understanding I gained about this new way of working out, the more important it became for my body, and mind. I loved this new form of movement, rather than 'going in hard and fast' at every workout!

That is when I certified as a Stott Pilates coach.

I particularly loved the fact that Pilates have so many areas of education. I enriched my basic Stott Pilates Mat training by qualifying in courses like Special Populations, Exercise for Older Adults, and Essential Fascia Focus.

At that time Pilates was becoming ever more popular, and so I started up my own Pilates business.

More than a decade later, Falcone Pilates has had a steady growth since its launch in 2012.

I feel fortunate to have many devoted clients' that started out with me then and remain with me still today. We gained new members that joined our cyberspace online studio who embraced the changes forcibly made necessary by the pandemic in 2020.

For the online side of things, many customers have come prefer the convenience of working out in the comfort of their own home, and at their own leisure, saving time and money for not having to travel to and

from classes.

I still love every minute of teaching, and these days I feel I have the best of both worlds in working virtually as well as face-face.

Ultimately, as long as I am seeing progression and satisfaction in my clients, I am content.

More importantly, so are they!

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