Jason McWalter, CSCs, Pn1

Available for Private Training, Group Classes & Nutrition Coaching


MCW Fitness founder Jason McWalter practically grew up in a gritty downtown Seattle gym. As a sports-obsessed teen, he excelled under the guidance of trainer and former pro football player Joe Head.

But Joe did more than train muscles and sinew. Over the years, he became a trusted mentor and Jason, his apprentice. The two grew so close that Jason—and other gym regulars—once spent a Christmas break helping Joe move his entire operation.

No wonder Jason is so good with clients today. “Joe taught me how to build relationships with people—the intangibles you don’t learn in school,” he says.

Jason went on to earn his B.S. in Exercise and Sport Science from Oregon State University and worked several years as a trainer at a high-end Bellevue club. Returning to his urban roots, he opened MCW Fitness in 2011. Some of his Eastside clients followed him to Greenlake—and are still regulars at MCW today.

Jason specializes in sport-specific training, post-rehab strength training, sports nutrition and weight loss management. He incorporates his love of movement and diverse athletic background—including competitive weightlifting, soccer, football, rock climbing and more—to customize training for each client. Whether leading a functional fitness class or a coaching a one-on-one session, he is committed to transforming both his clients’ bodies—and their lives.

When he’s not in the gym, you can find Jason in the mountains rock climbing or snowboarding, or on a yoga mat practicing his headstand.

 

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Shaun Easley, ISSA

Available for Group Classes


Shaun’s fantastic journey began in Anniston, Alabama, where he played every sport from swimming to baseball as a child. But his twin passions were football and weightlifting.  After receiving a four-year football scholarship to attend Florida State University, his college football career was derailed when he tore up his right knee.

He went on to an eight-year career in the U.S. Navy, where he worked as both an IT computer engineer and a fitness instructor. Shaun designed comprehensive fitness plans for hundreds of fellow service members stationed in San Diego’s Coronado Bay.

Shaun transferred his fitness expertise to civilian life when he became an ISSA-certified trainer in 2017. He’s called Seattle home since 2014, working as a personal trainer to help clients reach their fitness goals, lead healthier lifestyles and have more fun.


Dana Llewellyn, CSCS

Available for Group Classes

Dana Llewellyn is a movement trainer specializing in bodyweight training and Clubbell work. With emphasis on form, function and flow, she aims to unlock hidden potential in everyBODY by training intelligent movement and strengthening the mind-body connection. Dana works with others to redefine limitations, establish conscious awareness and experience the freedom of expressive movement.

Dana is passionate about movement of all types, including rock climbing, dancing, yoga, clubbell swinging and, most recently, martial arts. She graduated from WWU with a degree in Kinesiology, Movement Studies Specialization, is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a certified instructor of Clubbell Yoga, Clubbell Athletics, Flowfit and Animal Flow. She was introduced to the world of functional movement through an internship with Summer Huntington, founder of Clubbell Yoga. After experiencing the profound impact of a personal movement practice, Dana set about honing her craft as a trainer and movement specialist by working closely with Circular Strength Training coaches and practitioners. After graduating in 2015, Dana moved to Seattle and created Flowstate Fitness, working as a freelance personal trainer and group class instructor. 

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