Girls’ Night Out Event in Brownsburg: A Girly Girl Event
Have you ever had a time in your life when you felt like you lost your groove or identity, or had difficulty in figuring out your role in life? If this sounds familiar, gather your friends for a fun girls’ night out at the Get Your Groove Back: A Girly Girl Event from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on September 27 at The Crown Room, in Brownsburg.
Major events or milestones—like graduating from college, marriage, becoming a new mom, starting a new job, becoming an empty nester or a grandmother, experiencing divorce or the death of a spouse, or reaching retirement— can sometimes bring on such contemplation. Several area women healers have heard these and other factors from clients, spurring them to organize this fun yet informative event to assist women.
Nurse Practitioner Robin Eldib, RN, MSN, NP, from the Indy Wellness Center, helps balance hormones and nutritional imbalances. “This method helps women feel less depressed, less anxious, sleep better and they start to lose weight,” she says. Fitness trainer Erin Schwein helps women to feel better by making transforming their bodies through exercise and nutrition fun. As a life coach, Dane McCullough coaches women to strengthen and trust their inner core, by accomplishing this she believes they don’t have to feel overwhelmed by life’s pressures.
The event will be emceed by Angela Ganote of Fox 59. There will also be Hendricks County vendors, a fashion show, chair and foot massages, silent auction and a Q-and-A session. Event proceeds will benefit Ganote’s foundation of HOPE: Help One Person Every Day.