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Vibe High and Lose Weight with Angela Laphen

Angela Laphen

Angela Laphen

Health coach Angela Laphen knows about the relentless demands that women face while trying to transform their bodies, feel like they are stuck in a rut and don’t know how to get out of it. She can provide the right system, support and accountability to make a total body transformation, noting that “95 percent of our behavior occurs out of habit, either unconsciously or in reaction to external demands.” Her free, life-changing, 90-day Total Body Transformation Breakthrough Session will guide clients through the entire period.

“As a transformational health coach and manifestation expert, I’ve helped clients reach their wellness goals,” says Laphen. “I take a personalized approach to ensure that I cater to each client’s unique needs.

Women will learn what’s been keeping them from having the body they want; a powerful vision for total body transformation and what it will mean for their life; which foods and lifestyle habits are bringing their body down and what to do about it; and a step-by-step plan to create a total body transformation in 90 days or less.

To schedule a free consultation, visit VibeHighChicago.com. See ad in the Community Resource Guide.

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