What is a Moai? 

The notion of a Moai - which roughly means "meeting for a common purpose"-originated as a means of social support in the longevity hotspot of Okinawa, Japan.

45 Moais have been launched around the Umpqua Valley! Take this opportunity to Meet Your Moai, dive in to a new healthy behavior, and strengthen relationships with old and new friends!

Meet at the Roseburg Senior Center Friday, September 21st at 10 am with comfortable shoes to go through a "Meet Your Moai" activity and then go for a walk! 

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What is a Walking Moai?

A Walking Moai is a group of 5-12 people who regularly gather together to share conversations while taking a walk. Ideally, the group commits to walking together 1-2 times per week over the course of ten weeks. 

Why Participate in a Walking Moai?

-Make new friends and get to know your community better

-Receive support and motivation to get regular movement in 

-Build a weekly routine that includes exercise and create lasting friendships while doing so

Schedules

  • Occurs Friday, September 21st, 2018 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Venue

Roseburg Senior Center

1614 SE Stephens St.
Roseburg, OR 97470

Contact

Blue Zones Project - Umpqua

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