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Moms, ready for morning madness? West U Wellness will loosen you up with a massage, and its proprietor, supermom Dr. Caroline Long, will provide tips for your whole health this upcoming school year. And come bare faced, because not only will you be plunging your face into a massage table, but Jentry Kelley, a local make-up artist with her own make-up line, will do your make-up for the day and teach you techniques to both do it quickly and give the appearance of a facelift! Finally, Rita Contreras, stylist and mom from Roots Hair Salon, will spruce up your hair and tell you tricks to timely tame your tresses.
We know how crazy it can be in the morning to get yourself polished for the boardroom while pushing your kids to wake-up, brush teeth, get dressed, eat breakfast, and make it to school or daycare on time with all backpacks and lunchboxes, and for you to make it to work afterward conveying calm confidence.
Breakfast will be provided by Asturia's Bakery. Arrive as soon as you can to ensure you can rotate through each station, and prepare to be pampered before we dive back into the next year! Feel free to bring friends and turn them on to Executive Moms Society! Space is limited for this one, so please rsvp.
Please go to www.executivemomssociety.org to learn more about this and other events.
About West U Wellness: West U Wellness is thrilled to provide 15-minute chair massages for the Executive Moms Society. Our experienced therapists are certified in a wide variety of techniques including reflexology, aromatherapy, Thai massage, prenatal, lymphatic drainage, myofascial, sports, and many other therapies. Massage is not just for relaxation – it can also assist in breaking down chronic muscle knots that may be impairing your health and preventing you from feeling your best. In addition, it has been said that one hour of therapeutic massage is equivalent to three hours of deep sleep. We hope the services you receive here leave you feeling rejuvenated and improve the quality of your health.
Thank you Office Effects, Matson, Driscoll & Damico, Lincoln Financial Group, SEA, Ltd, Town & Country Orthodontics, Houston Pediatric Dental Associates, and Martin, Disiere, Jefferson & Wisdom for sponsoring Executive Moms Society.
For information on how you can become a sponsor please call or email Heidi at email@example.com .
Download the Membership Application: EMS Membership Application
Scan and email it to the EMS Treasurer Josephine Firat at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to her at 713-871-1059. If you are paying by check, please see the instructions on the application. We accept credit cards via our website.
Have any questions about Membership? Email the Membership Director Susan Powell at email@example.com
Executive Moms Society is incorporated as a nonprofit corporation with its application for tax exempt status pending. Membership dues are tax deductible. Also, visit Executive Moms Society on linked in and facebook to get a flavor for the topics we address and the events we host!
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Executive Moms Society
Dear Hard Working Executive Mother:
We are a networking group for the professional woman. We understand that you are busy with work and kids but still need to build your business. Join us as we change the rules for networking. We are about creating fun and valuable events.
This networking group will focus on making business connections and long lasting friendships, and providing enjoyable events tailored toward mothers. We alternate between lunch events with speakers on topics from child development to business development, as well as hosting breakfast and evening social events. Part of the mission of EMS is to give back to the community by helping various local charities.
Another goal of EMS is to allow us to celebrate our roles as mothers and professionals, and to also hold events where our children are invited and welcome. We need to support and mentor ourselves, and we need to start by interacting with each other. Tell your friends to “bring it,” and we’ll be one step closer to achieving all that we aspire to be!