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‘High Vibe’ coaching offers holistic solutions

Bobbi DiClaudio

Bobbi DiClaudio’s dreams began when she worked in Canonsburg at the first locally owned full-service health club in the area. She then went on to become the operations manager and spin instructor at a club in New York City and, with a transfer to Chicago, became the general manager of a national health club. But eventually her roots called her back to the Pittsburgh area to formally start her own business in the fitness industry in 2006.

DiClaudio is a certified Holistic Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and she is certified by the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. She sees clients in person at their homes or they come to her home office in South Fayette.

She calls her approach “high vibe.”

“It is so much more than eating prepackaged food or weighing in at group meetings,” said DiClaudio. “My approach encompasses every aspect of life, allowing people not only to lose weight but to be happier while enjoying the process.”

Offered programs include “Stop Being a Sugar Addict,” “The Sweet Life” (a sugar solution), and “The Delicious Life Meal Plan Membership” which includes weekly recipes and grocery shopping lists for busy people who need simple solutions for a healthier lifestyle. Being “high vibe” means not following another fad diet or trendy workout program. DiClaudio shares what she has learned from the many years of her personal journey with weight and body image issues.

She will be speaking at the Bedford County Chamber of Commerce Women in Business Conference on May 16. She additionally speaks at or hosts workshops at OMA Center for Mind, Body and Spirit in Oakland, the Green Heiress in Aspinwall, and the Salt of the Earth Spa in McMurray. In the fall, she will be hosting a 2½ day Reset Retreat.

For more information, visit bobbidiclaudio.com.

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