Welcome back Amanda and New Fall Mat Schedule


I’m very excited to announce that Amanda is returning to teach at Bodytonic after a leave of absence to complete her final year of naturopathic medical school.  Amanda graduated from Bastyr and gave birth to her first child this past June!  Impressive, no?  We’re soo proud of her!!She will be starting back on September 4th and her schedule will be:

Mondays 8am-11am
Wednesdays 10am-1pm
Thursdays 8am-11am
Saturdays 9am-1pm

For those of you who haven’t had the opportunity to meet Amanda, here is a little about her:

Amanda Lucero began her work in the fitness industry in 1999, teaching a variety of group exercise formats including NIA, cardio kickboxing, and spinning. In 2000 she discovered Pilates at the Pilates Center in Boulder, Colorado and was hooked. While witnessing the profound personal changes resulting from a consistent Pilates practice, she began to view physical fitness in an entirely different light

After that she moved to San Francisco and became certified through the Ellie Herman Studios in 2004 and Lizz Roman’s Pilates physical rehabilitation intensive in 2005, which is based on the physiotherapy teachings of Dr. Vladimir Janda and his approach to chronic pain syndromes. While she enjoyed a busy and fruitful career as a trainer, learning about the rehabilitative aspects of Pilates inspired Amanda to deepen her education in health and wellness. In 2008 she moved to Seattle to study Naturopathic Medicine at Bastyr University.

During her five years at Bastyr, Amanda was trained as a primary care physician, using both conventional and naturopathic approaches. Her education includes physical medicine modalities such as myofascial release techniques, osteopathic/naturopathic manipulation, CranioSacral therapy, and Kinesiotaping. During her time as a student clinician, Amanda did four rotations in physical medicine, including one in pain management. Amanda graduated with a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr in June 2013, one week after giving birth to her first child. She plans to start her Naturopathic residency in 2014 at the Evergreen Center for Integrative Medicine.

Amanda enjoys teaching Pilates to all fitness levels and ages, including pre and post-natal clients. She believes Pilates is nurturing to the mind, body and spirit and loves providing a fun and effective workout for her clients. When Amanda is not training or healing others, she enjoys cooking, crafting botanical products, studying astrology, and spending time with her newly-expanded family.

If you’d like to take a class from Dr.Amanda, email Nadia!

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