Check out the latest member offers and opportunities from our Strategic Partners here! Our Strategic Partners are committed to bringing the best services and products to FEW members. And go to our Strategic Partners page to learn more about all of FEW’s Strategic Partners, who not only support FEW’s activities but also provide professional and personal services benefiting the wider FEW community.
****FEW & JMEC TO OFFER SCHOLARSHIPS EXCLUSIVELY FOR FEW MEMBERS***
Have you ever written a business plan? Want to improve your business skills and learn more about the Japan market? FEW is teaming up with Japan Market Expansion Competition (JMEC) to offer one full (valued at ¥125,000) and two partial scholarships (valued at ¥62,500) exclusively to FEW members.
Join JMEC’s next information session on Sept. 7th to find out more. Other sessions on Sep 13, 21, 27 and Oct 5. Applications due October 15th.
Contact FEW Strategic Partners Director, Bianca Himmelsbach at email@example.com for scholarship details.
Elana Jade – Special offer on a 60 min Aromatherapy Oil Massage and a 60 min Conditioning Facial for only ¥19,000.
Elana Jade is offering a 60min Aromatherapy Oil Massage and a 60min Conditioning Facial for only ¥19,000! (usual price ¥23,500). Please mention FEW when schedule an appointment. Please contact: www.elanajade.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; 03-6453-9319.
FURLA Yoga – New Schedule in September! Join Noriko for bi-lingual all-level Hatha Yoga classes!
September brings a few schedule changes to FURLA yoga! You are invited to join Noriko, who taught for our FEW event in July, for bilingual all-level Hatha Yoga classes on Thursday mornings, 9:30-11:00am, or Friday afternoons 4:30-6:00pm. Noriko also teaches Restorative Yoga once per month in English and Japanese–come to the studio for a restful, refreshing evening practice. September Restorative Yoga is on the 7th, 7:30-9:00pm. Remember, your attendance at FURLA yoga is always discounted when you show your FEW card!
Club 360 – Save on your first personal training session. Available for only ¥5,400.
Club is are offering your First Personal Training session for only ¥5,400! Please contact us for more information: www.club360.jp; email@example.com; 03-6434-9667
Divya Marie Kato – Autumn Season begins Sep. 25th. 3 Tokyo venues for private and group classes. 20% off for FEW members.
Divya Marie Kato helps women build confidence, through creativity, at the crossroads of their lives. When In Doubt, Draw is a five step art programme that offers women a path to self development and self discovery through learning the language of drawing. Now with 3 rounds of graduates, our autumn term begins September 25th 2017 with 20% for FEW members.
About Divya: Divya Marie Kato FRSA, Founder of When In Doubt, Draw, is an Artist and Entrepreneur dedicated to getting the world drawing. Her unique 5 step art programme has been widely popular with women, schools and organisations in Japan, teaching people not only how to draw, but how to harness the power of doubt towards self-empowerment and self-discovery.
More information at: www.divyamariekato.com; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Find your Element 12-week programme is back! Workshop leaders from all backgrounds and walks of life presented from the heart of Aoyama. Developed by Aya McCrindle at a challenging time in her life when she wanted to gather wisdom and philosophies from thought leaders, teachers, practitioners, business-people and athletes. I go through my top picks on my website- there truly is something for everyone!
My presentation, titled “Trick your ego: Playfullness is an attitude” we will look at how playfulness can help enhance your experience of life and work and how it interplays with your story. Playfullness is an inside job, and I will help you to see that.
- Schedule is here- http://findyourelement.jp/fall-2017/
- Read more about my presentation here and sign up- http://findyourelement.jp/class/trick-ego-playfulness-attitude-sarah-everitt-furuya/
- For my top picks see here: https://sarahfuruya.com/2017/08/find-your-element-tokyo-my-must-see-workshop-picks-fall-2017/
Back to school and into ’18!
I have a new package on offer, with special discounts for FEW members- perfect for those that missed out on my February is the new January coaching opportunity or and wants to land 2017 with grace and take off into January with confidence and positive vision! You don’t even need to leave the house! All sessions are intimate Skype sessions, so suitable for anyone who wants to commit to making the next 5 months brilliant. And god knows, brilliance and brightness and people who will invest is shining is what the world needs right now. So get that project off the ground, untangle that tangle you got into or just treat yourself to some professional, playful planning and accountability.
Five to February is a 5 month coaching package which includes 5 x 90 minute 1:1 coaching sessions to help take you for now into 2018!
See link: https://sarahfuruya.com/work-with-me/five-to-february/ for more details, or email anytime at email@example.com
May 2018 FEW Women’s Start-Up Club Recap: The Importance of Cyber Security to Entrepreneurs
In our May Women’s Start-Up Club, Nicola Vote of McAfee shed light on how entrepreneurs can protect their customers and also protect their reputation and business online. And she managed to leave us all well informed, alert yet a bit “scared”, too. Let’s jump into some definitions and which aspects are important when it […]Published on 24th June 2018
Special Event Recap – Radical Boundaries Workshop with Sarah Furuya
FEW’s June Special Event Workshop, took place on June 21st, 2018 at H&R Roppongi and was run by Sarah Furuya, FEW Strategic Partner, long-time member and former president who works as a life & executive coach, facilitator and mentor, supporting particularly women in achieving their goals and realizing their dreams. Her workshop “Radical Boundaries: […]Published on 24th June 2018
Q&A with Cynthia Usui, author and Head of Hospitality, Tokyo 2020 Olympics, The Coca-Cola Company
Leading up to our upcoming monthly meeting on ‘Breaking the Mold: Finding New Beginnings at Any Age,’ we’re featuring a Q&A with Cynthia Usui, author of 専業主婦が就職するまでにやっておくべき8つのこと (Eight things Full-Time Housewives Should Do Before Entering the Workforce) and Head of Hospitality, Tokyo 2020 Olympics, The Coca-Cola Company. The Q&A is modeled on the Proust Questionnaire, designed to […]Published on 7th June 2018
June 2018 Strategic Partner Member Offers and Other News
Check out the latest member offers and opportunities from our Strategic Partners and other FEW Community Events here! Our Strategic Partners are committed to bringing the best services and products to FEW members. And go to our Strategic Partners page to learn more about all of FEW’s Strategic Partners, who not only support FEW’s activities but also […]Published on 6th June 2018
May 2018 Monthly Meeting Recap: Stronger Together: FEW x FAJ
Who knew that our members had so many hidden talents? The first joint event with FEW and FAJ — the group for French-speaking professional women in Tokyo — on May 15 unveiled quite few surprises as we listened to presentations about their work, projects, lives, experiences and aspirations. Members of both associations are involved in […]Published on 5th June 2018
Women's Start-Up Club: Branding with Archetypes
Come along to the final Women's Start-Up Club meeting of the FEW year where we'll discuss the classic brand archetypes and how to choose the right archetype for your business.
Midweek Lunch Mixer
Take a break from work and join us for delicious food and great networking at our monthly midweek lunch gathering at Royal Garden Cafe in Shibuya.
Mentoring Moments Senpai Brunch: Finding Love in Japan
Join us for our next Mentoring Moments Senpai Brunch on dating and cross-cultural relationships in Japan.
The Powerful Sea Nomads of Japan: The Legacy & Lessons of the Ama Free Divers
Join us as Anne McDonald discusses the unique history of Japanese Ama divers and shares insights from these strong women about sisterhood, protecting tradition and the environment, and preserving the Ama way of life.