Our Team

Fay Diakoumakos

Certified Integrative Health and Wellness Coach and Co-owner

Fay became a Health and Wellness Coach to fulfill her desire to work with people to improve their overall health and well-being and achieve lasting lifestyle, wellness, fitness, diet, and behavioral changes to lead more fulfilled lives.

She has received in-depth training in hormone health, nutrition, health and wellness, coaching skills, and business development. She is a certified health and wellness coach who specializes in hormone health. She holds certifications in Personal Training, Yoga and Tai Chi stretching instruction. Fay develops and implements workshops on nutrition, hormone health, fitness, relationship building, reducing anxiety, and mindfulness. She offers group and individual health and wellness coaching to individuals seeking ways to improve their lives.

As a coach, mother and a former educator with over 10 years of experience, Fay has a wealth of knowledge working with children as well as adults. Her experience in the field of education and as a health and wellness coach has given her the opportunity to work with individuals with varying abilities and needs and has learned how to successfully implement a program based on individuality. She doesn’t believe one method works for all.

John Godley

Certified Master Trainer and Co-owner

John’s passion for fitness and wellness led him to become an expert in the fitness industry. He holds certifications through ISSA (International Sports Science Association) in Personal Training, Fitness Therapy, Strength and Conditioning, and Corrective Exercises. His specializations include Functional Training, Boxing, Corrective Exercises, and Sports Specific Training.

With over 25 years of experience in the fitness and wellness industry, John’s goal is to educate clients with a thorough understanding of the basic principles of fitness and how to achieve solid training effects quickly, efficiently, and without injury. These principles include but are not limited to whole-body functional training, overload, specificity, reversibility, periodization, rest, over-training, and stimulus variability while taking into account individual differences.

John’s philosophy is that “Exercise Is Medicine” and in order to achieve goals and sustain success you must live according to “The 5 Ps” – Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance.