icon_purposemoai.png Purpose Workshops

Purpose Workshop & Potluck

Wednesday, February 6
6 – 8 p.m.
Hālau ‘Īnana
2438 S Beretania St.

Honolulu, HI 96826

Join Blue Zones Project and Education Incubator for an evening of exploring your life purpose, passions and gifts. Participation is free and all are welcome. Since this event is over the dinner hour, we also invite all participants to bring a healthy, plant-based dish to share. After the workshop, attendees will be able to join a 10-week potluck moai (group) if they are interested in continuing to meet and diving deeper into purpose in their own lives while also supporting others.

Limited parking is available at Hālau ʻīnana, however free street parking available and paid parking is available at the Varsity Building Parking lot and the Japanese Cultural Center.

Why is purpose important for health and longevity?
Okinawans call it ikigai, and Nicoyans call it plan de vida, but in both cultures of these Blue Zones, the phrases roughly translate to, "why I wake up in the morning." What’s your reason to get out of bed every morning? Studies show that people with a clear goal in life, or something to wake up for every morning, live longer and stay mentally sharper than those who don’t. When we use our time – and our gifts and passions – on things that are truly important to us, we are living with purpose.

What can I expect to gain from a Purpose Workshop?
A certified facilitator will guide participants through an interactive workshop that begins you on a purpose journey. The workshop is appropriate for all individuals age 15 years and older. In the workshop, you will clarify your purpose and set goals that will help you live a more fulfilled and intentional life. You will navigate transitions in your life, discern your gifts and talents, identify your passion, and reflect on your values. You will be equipped with the tools you need to create daily purpose practices so that you can continue the journey to discover and express your purpose in the days, weeks, and years beyond the workshop.



To learn more about Blue Zones Project, visit our website or watch a short video.
Please feel free to contact us by email.


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