Amanda Davis, BS
Amanda Davis is an Exercise Specialist for Northwest Weight and Wellness Center (NWWC).
Amanda is responsible for fitness intakes and fitness planning for patients at NWWC. Amanda earned her degree from the University of Montana in 2000. She started her professional fitness career in Bellingham, Washington, as the fitness director and group exercise coordinator for three Whatcom County YMCA’s. She has also served as the fitness director and group exercise coordinator for Columbia Athletic Clubs. She opened her own fitness business in 2007 and worked at a Wellness Center in the Mill Creek Towne Center. In 2013, Amanda started working with bariatric patients. She started with NWWC in October 2014. In June 2017, Amanda took on the role of clinic manager. Amanda is a trained instructor of Silver Sneakers I and II; Body Step and Body Pump; AFAA—group fitness; BTS—group power and group step; and YMCA—Prenatal; Mat Science I and II. She is also a personal trainer.
I enjoy reading, baking, working out, refinishing furniture, and spending time with my family.
Patient Care Philosophy:
At Northwest Weight and Wellness Center, our fitness programs are designed to fit each individual patient’s needs. Regardless of age, fitness experience, and mobility. A fitness program is key to for all of our patients’ health and wellness goals. As a fitness specialist, I’m excited to bring 23 years of fitness experience to all of my patients. Our bodies are made to move. The more you move your body, the longer your body will continue to move for you. Exercise is the body’s way of creating its own feel-good medicine. Not only is exercise therapeutic for the body, it’s also therapeutic for the mind. Helping patients try new activities and understand the power of exercise excites me every day.