Teddie Kossof is an accomplished entrepreneur who has not let success go to his head—but rather to his heart. On Sunday, May, 18th, 2008 Mr. Kossof, in conjunction with Dr. Tal Raine, President and Medical Director of Refine 360 LLC Luxury Laser Boutiques, and Brenda Bendel Limited Skin Care Salon and Make-Up Studio, will open the famed Teddie Kossof Salon, Spa and Wellness Center in Northfield, IL to the mothers of Chai Lifeline Midwest.
CHAI LIFELINE PROVIDES SUPPORTS ?TO THE FAMILIES OF CHILDREN WITH ?LIFE-THREATENING ILLNESSES.
Chai Lifeline is the international organization that provides emotional and social support to the families of children with life-threatening illnesses or serious chronic and genetic conditions. The post-Mothers’ Day event is designed to refresh the minds, spirits, and bodies of mothers, who are generally the primary caregivers for their ill child, and to encourage them to take time for themselves.
“When a child gets sick, a mother’s time is no longer her own. Too often, moms tell us that they haven’t left their child’s side for more than a few hours since the diagnosis. However, in order for them to take care of others, they need to take care of themselves. Thanks to the graciousness of Teddie and Alan Kossof, Chai Lifeline moms will have the opportunity to do just that,” said Shlomo Crandall, director of Midwest regional operations.
From the moment they enter the salon, mothers will be enveloped in the warmth of the day. Each mother will have her choice of services, including hair consultation & styling, mini massages & make-up application, manicures & pedicures, and relaxing mini face-lifts & the reiki experience.
In additional to personal pampering, mothers will have the opportunity to participate in relaxing group sessions. Dr. Tal Raine will discuss The Connection between the Inner and Outer Self; Catherine Johns will lead Positive Changes Stress Reduction; and Elana Greengus will lead guided Yoga and Meditation.
For more information about this event or Chai Lifeline Midwest, please contact Shlomo Crandall, director of Midwest regional operations at 847-763-1818, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.