The Wisdom of the Blue Zones Tips on Living to 100…or beyond!

The Almonry Battle Town Council Museum, 42 High Street, Battle, East Sussex, TN33 0EA
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Research by National Geographic Fellow and New York Times Best Selling Author, Dan Buettner, led to the discovery of what he coined the "Blue Zones," locations where there are 10 times more centenarians than Americans. Dan and his team were in search of the secrets of longevity and their research revealed nine common denominators in all five of these zones, now known as "The Power 9."

Dena Smith Ellis, of Rye, is a former Organisation Lead with Blue Zones Project in Hawaii, where she coached worksites, restaurants, grocery stores, faith-based organisations, schools, and individuals on how to incorporate these nine principles into their organisations and their own lives in order to live longer, happier, and healthier together.

Dena will be sharing the wisdom of these "Power 9" with us and guiding us on how we might increase the quantity and quality of "good years" in our lives.

Please note, this event is free, donations are welcome.

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Season (17 July 2024)
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Wednesday19:30 - 21:00

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