Michelle Falzone is a Registered Kinesiologist and Exercise Physiologist at Cleveland Clinic Canada. Ms. Falzone is dedicated to empowering her patients to adopt healthier, pain-free and more fulfilling lifestyles. She has a strong interest in health and wellness coaching (behaviour change coaching), women's health (challenges with body image and confidence), chronic disease (heart disease and diabetes), chronic joint pain, and strength and conditioning.
After growing up playing competitive sports, Ms. Falzone knew she wanted to pursue a career in health and fitness. She first obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology and Health Science from York University, before going on to complete post-graduate certification in Wellness Coaching from Humber College. She has since completed training in a wide variety of areas, including mental health first aid, accessibility regulations, principles of healthy child development and SafeTalk certification for suicide prevention.
Ms. Falzone has a background as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor. She is passionate about educating, coaching and motivating her patients through correct exercise form, technique and programming. She believes that behavioural psychology plays a vital role in patient success.
When she’s not seeing patients, Ms. Falzone enjoys woodworking projects, hiking, trying new restaurants and anything that involves learning new skills.
- Post Graduate Certificate
- Humber College
- Bachelor of Arts
- York University
Kinesiology & Health Science
North York, ON
- Certified Exercise Physiologist – Health and Fitness Federation of Canada
- Mental Health First Aid
- Basic Rescuer CPR – C, Standard First Aid, AED
- Customer Service Training & Integrated Accessibility Standard Regulations
- High Five – Principles of Healthy Child Development
- SafeTALK Certified – Ontario Association for Suicide Prevention
- Health and wellness coaching
- Women's health
- Chronic disease
- Chronic joint pain
- Strength and conditioning
- College of Kinesiologists of Ontario