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BodyChangers Membership

There are three levels of membership to choose from:

 Level  Cost  Features
 Free Free
  • E-newsletter
  • Admission to educational seminars
  • Additional fees apply to attend other programs
 Gold $25/Month

All Basic features, plus:

  • Monthly exercise sessions
  • Cooking and nutrition classes
  • Behavioral support groups
  • All other meetings, tours, support groups, and events (An occasional nominal fee may apply to certain events)
Platinum  $50/Month

All Gold features, plus:

  • A monthly, 30-minute personalized session with a registered dietitian
  • A quarterly facial at the UPMC Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Center


BodyChangers Member Benefits

  • Educational seminars: Take part in discussions about nutrition, physical activity, and wellness.
  • Cooking classes: Learn how to easily prepare healthful, tasty, budget-friendly meals.
  • Exercise: Take part in progressive exercise classes led by specialists.
  • Destination education: Go on outings to local supermarkets, parks, trails, farmers’ markets, and other sites that promote healthy living.
  • Mind over body: Attend group sessions designed to help you develop strategies for permanent weight control.
  • Body image/body contouring: Discover your options for loose skin after weight loss.
  • Monthly e-newsletter: Get healthy recipes, program updates, and motivational material.
  • Contests, competitions, incentives, prizes, and freebies
  • Networking opportunities: Interact with people who share your concerns, including medical specialists and community leaders.

Sign up for BodyChangers today!

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