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Amanda Thebe is a Fitness and Women’s Health Expert. She is the author of the Amazon best-selling book, Menopocalypse: How I Learned to Thrive During Menopause and How You Can Too! With nearly 30 years of experience in the fitness industry, Amanda is a highly-regarded expert on women’s fitness and health.

She is Canada’s first menopause coach and educator. Through menopause advocacy and education, Amanda provides on-site or virtual presentations in the workplace to improve productivity, retention and attendance for female employees. Helping companies to normalise the conversation around menopause and provide support which impacts 100% of their female employees.

Amanda has lived in the UK, Canada and the USA, and has been exposed to all the healthcare systems, her book is a best-seller in these countries.

She is a popular guest on podcasts, radio, TV and online summits, and she brings a refreshing humor and no-nonsense approach to subjects usually shrouded in shame. Through her frank articles, hilarious social media posts and inspirational and entertaining talks, Amanda continually inspires the loyal readers on her social media.

Her exercise workouts, health and fitness tips have been featured in Shape, Prevention, Health Line, CBC Radio, Global News Canada, The Doctors, Lifehacker, Breaking Muscle, Girls Gone Strong, and Ultimate Sandbag Training.

She is married with two boys and lives in Toronto, Ontario. Amanda is an affiliated member of the North American Menopause Society.

Certifications / Experience include:

  • Amazon Best-Selling Author
  • DVRT Master Trainer for Ultimate Sandbags
  • NSPA Certified Program Design Specialist
  • Certified Personal Trainer
  • Precision Nutrition Coach
  • SFG Flexible Steel
  • TRX Suspension Training
  • TRX Sports Medicine
  • CFL Argos and NBA Rockets off-season coach
  • Trainer for Cast/Crew on Academy Award Winning Movie Room

Featured in

TV/YouTube

The Doctors TV Show

Fitness trainer Amanda Thebe, and author of “Menopocalypse: How I learned to Thrive During Menopause and How You Can Too,” joins Dr. Ian Smith to share about why talking about menopause should be more commonplace. Amanda says that she was tired of hearing what was wrong with her and she wants to help women focus on what they can do to feel connected to each other through this process.

Global TV

The Morning Show sharing tips on managing the symptoms of menopause.

CTV News Calgary morning show

Discusses Menopocalypse and strength training

Modern Aging – Holistic Health and Wealth After 45

What is Perimenopause? Menopause Symptoms and Latest Treatments

articles

The Guardian

“I want to share my midlife fitness revelation’: how getting fit in your 40s can help you thrive

The Telegraph Stella Magazine

For two years, Amanda Thebe feared she had a mystery illness – but in fact was perimenopausal.

Welldoing.org

The Menopause Knocked Me Sideways – Here’s How I Learnt to Thrive Again

Podcasts