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Pop-Up Adventure: Bikes & Brews @ Slipping Gears Cycling
Mar 24 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Pop-Up Adventure: Bikes & Brews @ Slipping Gears Cycling | Bangor | Maine | United States

MYA is teaming up with Slipping Gears and Black Bear Brewery for fat bikes and phat beers!

Our adventure will begin at Slipping Gears in Bangor where adventurers will pick up their bike for a sweet trail ride in Old Town. Please don’t forget your helmet. These fat bikes we’re enjoying for a couple hours are brand new and of course available for purchase if you fall in love. Beginners are welcome – this is your big chance to try out the fat bike of your dreams!

For a fabulous riding opportunity in the greater Bangor area, we’ll travel to the new Rick Swan Trail System at the Perch Pond Woodlot off the Kirkland Road in Old Town. Perch Pond (previously known as mud pond) offers up a beautiful site for a great biking workout. We’ll have an experienced rider on hand to help adventurers along the way.

Following our biking session we’ll get some fab yoga stretches in then head over to the Black Bear Brewery in Orono for a delicious pint of craft beer and yummy healthy and hearty vegetarian food courtesy of MYA.

Cost: $70 Limit: 9 adventurers

Please register online at or call 207-299-0082.


Downdogs at Dirigo @ Dirigo Brewing Co
Mar 25 @ 10:30 am
Downdogs at Dirigo @ Dirigo Brewing Co | Biddeford | Maine | United States

Sundays are for chilling out. Down time. Going easy.

I’m all for lounging around in pajamas the entire day watching old episodes of Dateline. But for an easy-going Sunday that you can still feel proud to talk about at work on Monday, there’s Downdogs at Dirigo.

This weekly event combines an hour of yoga with a glass of your favorite Dirigo Brewing Co. beer. (To be clear, you do the yoga first, then drink the beer. Not that beer-during-yoga wouldn’t also be lovely, but think of it most as a post-yoga reward.)

Sundays 10:30 Dirigo Brewing Co., 28 Pearl St, Biddeford
(The tasting room opens to the public at noon).
$15 drop-in. Bring your own mat.

Read all about it: Downdogs at Dirigo: An hour of yoga followed by Dirigo beer in Biddeford

Pliés & Pizza at ROVER @ Metta Studios
Mar 25 @ 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Pliés & Pizza at ROVER @ Metta Studios  | Biddeford | Maine | United States

Join Shannon for a 60 minute mat-based barre class at ROVER WOODFIRED BAGEL & PIZZA followed by a social hour with Rover Woodfired Pizza & libations! Cost is $25 and includes class, pizza, beer/wine, and good cheer!

Trails & Tavern @ Bethel Inn Resort/Bethel Village Trails
Mar 30 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Trails & Tavern @ Bethel Inn Resort/Bethel Village Trails | Bethel | Maine | United States

Do you like/love to ski but don’t want to go it alone? Join our weekly group that skis from 1-3pm Fridays at BVT, then heads to the Millbrook Tavern at The Bethel Inn Resort for Happy Hour (1/2 price apps & taps). All are welcome! Season members join for free, and non-members ski for only $10. The group is led by local adventurer Pam Kearney, who loves to ski with friends and meet new people. Join up with her inside the Trails Center at 1pm. Call with any questions at 207.824.6276 or check in with Pam at 781.953.6017


Be Well Flow Aglow at Brian Boru with Kat Cynewski & Pub House Productions @ Brian Boru
Mar 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Be Well Flow Aglow at Brian Boru with Kat Cynewski & Pub House Productions @ Brian Boru | Portland | Maine | United States

Join us after work Friday, March 30th to kick off your weekend under the lights!

Join us in the new, beautifully renovated space upstairs at Brian Boru where your Be Well trainer Kat will host an all levels flow while DJ Pub House Productions spins jams and flashes ALL OF THE LIGHTS (thank you Kanye West).

After you’ve completed your flow (and done some dancing, of course) enjoy a complimentary cocktail followed by drink specials for just $3. Yum Bai will also be slinging a custom event menu at a discounted price as well, so grab some dinner before you continue your night!

Your ticket gets you:
– 60 min all levels flow led by Kat Cynewski
– Post class cocktail included
– $3 drink specials after first drink on Maine made Ice Pik Vodka, Bimini Gin and Vespertino Tequila
– Special discounted event menu with Nom Bai Food Truck
– Be Well Portland and sponsors swag
-Chance to win a Yogi Surprise Box

*BYOM (Bring Your Own Mat)
*Don’t forget a water bottle!
*Stick around after the event to purchase any additional drinks and swag!

Meet Your Instructor:

Kat’s classes are based on a fun and intelligent flow while paying close attention to safe alignment. First being drawn to yoga as a form of physical exercise in 2011, Kat quickly fell in love with yoga and how it transformed her life both in the from of physical and emotional healing. Now, she aims to help yogis of all levels, from those who have never stepped on to a mat before and can’t touch their toes to those looking to advance their already well established practice, focus on feeling more balanced in their body, mind, and life.

Kat received her 200hr training in 2014 at Wellheart Yoga Maine under the guidance of Leslee Clark. She went on to receive an extended 50HR’s of training in Power Vinyasa at Corepower Yoga Boston and 100HR’s of training in Yoga Therapy at YogaWorks Boston under the guidance of Kate Graham. Most Recently, in 2017 Kat completed her 500HR vinyasa yoga training in India under the guidance of the diverse international teaching staff at Sampoorna Yoga.Off the mat, Kat holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Maine and works as a District Sales Manager in the nutritional field.

She is passionate about planning events for Be Well Portland, snuggling her Frenchie Winston, traveling, and searching for her next life adventure.

Connect with her on Instagram @thenortheastyogi


Mudathlon @ Hidden Valley Nature Center
Apr 15 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Mudathlon @ Hidden Valley Nature Center | Jefferson | Maine | United States

Join Midcoast Conservancy and Teens To Trails for the 1st (and maybe only) Midcoast Mudathlon on April 15 at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson. This fun-first event will include trail running and air rifle target shooting; all participants will receive a safety training on the rifles before they race. Members of Trail Monster Running will be on hand to participate and support new trail running enthusiasts.

Race categories will include family (parents and any number of kids), youth, high school, novice, intermediate and advanced. The trail loop is approximately three-quarters of a mile; racers will alternate shooting and running. Family and novice course will involve two shooting rounds and one trail loop; the rest will entail at least two running loops and two times at the target range. Be prepared for muddy, sloppy trails—but that’s part of the fun! Teams are an option, and creative costumes are encouraged; the best ones will receive awards at the post-race ceremony.

Spectators are welcome. After racing concludes, there will be vegetarian chili, hot chocolate and cider for participants and the cheering crowds. Midcoast Conservancy will have its fat tire bike fleet at the Nature Center as well, for anyone who would like to take one for a spin on the trails. Bring a helmet, or borrow one from the Midcoast Conservancy community hub gear collection.

Race fees are $25 for adults, $30 for families, $5 for youth and students. For questions about ages, race level or anything else, call Midcoast Conservancy at 389-5150.