About Us

MOVE is the evolution of 38 years in the fitness industry.  We are as unique a health and fitness studio as you are a person.  Our objective is to help you become the healthiest and fittest person you can be.  As a member of MOVE, that journey starts with your own personal MOVEment assessment from which we develop a customized program designed to improve your mobility, stability, fitness and overall health.  No cookie cutter programs. No one-workout fits all. MOVE is dedicated to personalizing your fitness program to meet your needs and goals. MOVE: Individualized Fitness. Uniquely You.

Meet The Move Team

Joseph Ingemi, Jr.
Joseph Ingemi, Jr.M.P.E., Certified Exercise Physiologist, Owner
I have been in the health and fitness industry since 1981. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education with a concentration in Athletic Training from Temple University and a Master's Degree in Physical Education with a concentration in Exercise Physiology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I started 1 to 1 Personal Fitness Training and Consulting in 1986 and have worked the last 32 years helping individuals to achieve improved health and fitness through science-based, assessment-driven, customized exercise prescriptions. My education, work as an athletic trainer and strength and conditioning coach coupled with my years of experience as a competitive athlete have enabled me to successfully develop programs for people from all walks of life. Youths to Octogenarians, Males and Females, Novice Exercisers to Professional athletes; all have experienced the benefits of working with me and 1 to 1 Personal Fitness.
Deana HickeyTrainer
I am a 2010 graduate of the American Academy of Personal Training in Boston. My love for training began many years ago when I myself had the opportunity to work with a trainer and saw my body morph. I felt and became physically stronger and with three little children at home it was the one thing I did for myself and made me feel great not just physically but emotionally and mentally. My training philosophy is one I apply to life. Everyone and every situation is very different. We all have different strengths and goals we would like to attain. For some it may be to run a 5k while for others it may be to lose weight or feel stronger. Whatever your goal is it can be reached with hard work, dedication and determination
Mark Rolli
Mark RolliMartial Arts Instructor
I have always been passionate about martial arts my whole life. I began my martial arts training in January of 1992. I obtained a black belt in Kempo in October of 1994 at United Studios of Self Defense in MA. I obtained a black belt in Tae Kwon Do in October of 2002 at National TKD in CA. I have studied many additional martial arts styles such as Shodokan Karate, Aikido, and Jujitsu. I have weapons training, as well as self-defense against weapons. I have also been a martial arts judge for tournaments in Boston. I ran my own school for over 15yrs; teaching kids from ages 4 and up. I also teach self-defense classes to women of all ages. Martial arts is an activity for which, regardless of your age and/or physical ability, everyone should take. It increases confidence, awareness and builds character. It allows a person to feel more comfortable in a dangerous situation where they feel physically threatened by another individual.
John Saia
John SaiaChinese Medicine Practitioner and Licensed Acupuncturist
John Saia started practicing Chinese martial arts, especially Tai Chi, more than 25 years ago. Long-term practice and professional experience as a Personal Trainer and Tai Chi instructor cultivated in him a heightened sense of balance, awareness of breathing, and Qi flow, which is essential for a Chinese medicine practitioner to be effective. Years of schooling in the Health and Rehabilitation Sciences program at Boston University and formal training as a sculptor at Massachusetts College of Art & Design also gave him a strong sense of structural and functional balance in the human body. John's instinctive understanding both at the structural and energetic levels, finally led him to obtain a Master's Degree of Acupuncture at the New England School of Acupuncture. His primary modality is a special flavor of Tui Na, which is a form of Asian Bodywork Therapy that can be received without disrobing or ointments. Using Tui Na and other popular Chinese medicine modalities such as Gua Sha, Cupping, and Moxa, John has a very high success rate with not only reducing the symptoms of many common ailments but also addressing the root causes of those conditions by correcting body mechanics and helping to make life style recommendations. He has found that by giving individuals improved by awareness and education, they are better able to pinpoint external stresses that impact their health. John Saia operates a mobile Chinese medicine practice that serves the Greater Boston Area and the North Shore.