About Tara Fallon
Why I do what I do
The love for my work spills into the reasons why I do what I do. My intention is to inspire people’s lives by reducing aches and pains, and encouraging easier movement patterns. Expand narrow perspectives on what you think you can not do by showing you all your capabilities of a pain-free life, with the added benefit of teaching your nervous system how to tone down and relax via the Pilates Method.
I have been lucky enough to train with some of the world leaders in the area of Pilates rehabilitation and movement education. Over the last 17 years, I’ve gathered many qualifications. My education includes; Fully certified Stott Pilates teacher, 200R yoga teacher trainer, neuromuscular Therapist and Kids Yoga Teacher.
My inspirations come from helping people succeed in the world through movement, communication and self-improvement. These are just some reasons why I love my job.
Pilates Teacher, Exercise Specialist & College Tutor
In addition to her STOTT PILATES full certification, including Mat & Reformer Pilates, Cadillac chair and barrels. Tara Early (previously Tara Fallon) holds a number of qualifications in Leisure Management and Neuromuscular. In addition to a Diploma in Yoga And yoga for kids. She has studied with many of the world’s leading experts in the field of fitness and exercise rehabilitation, including Tom Myers, Melanie Byford-Young & Sherri Betz, as well as training with STOTT PILATES Instructor trainers Dani Gonzalez Ares & Raphael Bender in Melbourne. Tara is currently in her final year of a humanities Degree, majoring in psychology at DCU.
Tara has been in the Health & Wellness Industry for 20 years. She ran her own Rehab & Pilates studio in Ireland for ten years. She then moved to Melbourne with her husband for 2 years before returning to Ireland to start up earlypilates.ie which has now been running for ten years. Tara has presented workshops for a number of organisations, including Triathlon Ireland & APMA Australia Pilates Method Alliance. She has clocked up thousands of hours of experience working with a variety of clients over the last 20 years. Tara has extensive knowledge of injured and elderly clients. Her areas of interest include mobilising stiff joints, prep for hip replacement surgery & post-rehab, whiplash injuries, and disabilities i.e. Cerebral palsy, impaired vision & Dyslexia. Tara also has extensive knowledge in Pilates rehab for breast cancer patients and related surgeries.
- Interview on The Afternoon Show on RTE1,
- Benefits of Pilates for Breast Cancer Survivors http://www.youtube.com/watch?
Anything that helps reduce pain & enhance mobility sparks Tara’s interest.
Tara is also a Senior Tutor at the National Training Center Ireland where she delivers lectures on the Higher national Pilates Diploma course. Now back in Ireland Tara is available for Pilates Reformer & Mat work one-to-one sessions and Neuromuscular Therapy sessions at one of our 2 locations (Sandyford & Blackrock)
When she’s not teaching in the studio Tara loves to go mountain biking, hang out in playgrounds (literally) with her kids, explore and travel the world. Italy and Spain are my two favourite countries of which I run yearly retreats see here for more details.