Wicked Maine Outdoor Fest
June 15, 2019 at the Cumberland Fairgrounds
Celebrate all things outdoors with hands-on activities like ax-throwing, fly fishing, archery, and more. Plus tons of vendors, live music, food trucks, and beer/wine!
More info + tickets: www.wickedmaineoutdoorfest.com
Do you run? Do you walk? Do you Run and walk? Well We are S.A.S and we want to run with you!!! Join us at the Pine Point entrance on the Eastern Trail for a 2.5-5 mile run! Free to all.
Mark your calendars! We’re hosting a FREE barre + yoga class at Lafayette Park on May 26th at 9a. Come meet the team, build strength and stretch out with us in beautiful downtown Kennebunk.
Please arrive 15 minutes early to fill out a waiver. Wear athletic apparel and bring a yoga mat and water.
We look forward to building our community with you!
Boot camp uses interval, circuit, and aerobic training. It will burn fat, tone muscle, improve posture, build strength and endurance, and build confidence. You work out your arms, legs, and core using exercises that incorporate your whole body. Boot camp can get you into the best shape of your life. As one of my campers stated, “I am stronger, faster, and leaner”
A typical day includes a warm up, stretches, the ‘workout’, cool down, a possible game or challenge, and finishing stretches.
Boot camps varying routines are intense sessions that offer a variety of exercises, and challenge every muscle in your body. By rapidly moving from one exercise to the next, with minimal breaks, you can get a cardiovascular workout while simultaneously toning your muscles. And, you burn lots of calories. Its fun, varied, motivating, produces amazing results, and meets at a fantastic location.
Boot camp’s 45 minutes workouts allow you to do strength training and aerobic training in a single workout, which is very efficient when you have a limited time to work out.
I checked it out! Do boot camp on the beach with Biddeford Saco Boot Camp
Join Portland Swing Project for Beginning Swing Dance Classes! We provide clear step-by-step instruction, plenty of practice time to build confidence and you never need a partner – we rotate in class so you meet and dance with everyone. And it’s fun! We promise.
Come on out and join the Runaways Run Club for a free, all levels 3.5 mile group run around the Back Cove Trail in Portland every Tuesday. This is an informal and fun group run, go at whatever pace you’d like, for first placers to first timers! We’re meeting at Payson Park at the parking lot nearest to the trail / Baxter Blvd and we’ll be taking off on the run no later than 6:05am, just FYI. See you there!
The room is heated up to 80 degrees.
During summer months, the heat is not on. We work a nature’s heat.
Each class is unique and each class targets a peak pose through intelligent sequencing. The class is led with intention as you are properly prepared for the apex of the practice. We work with foundational and primary poses in each practice.
The practice session allows the body to open slowly, not to overload the nervous system, and in exchange, tension, stress, and congestion that has been stored in the muscles and joints now has the opportunity to release. We also work to create strength in the body as we begin to embrace longer holds and include movement. In leaving a class one should have a feeling of stability, strength and a connection to the body.
This class is a dynamic practice. No yoga experience is necessary, as modifications are offered.
Please hydrate properly before the class.
Yoga and Cancer classes are different from regular yoga classes you would typically find at your local studio. They are even different from classes that are called “gentle” or “restorative.” Yoga and Cancer was specifically designed to provide therapeutic benefits to cancer patients and survivors in a relaxed and supportive environment. Specific movements and postures along with mindful breathing and meditation techniques help manage stress and support the immune system. Yoga and Cancer will help you build strength, improve flexibility and range of motion and support the health of the cardiac and lymphatic systems.
Weekly Running Club: Bob Brainerd, a Nationally Certified and State Licensed Athletic Trainer and co-owner of Central Maine Conditioning Clinic has been inspiring and coaching people of all levels of athletic abilities to achieve their fitness goals for more than 30 years. For some, that goal is to complete their first 5K as a walk/run, for others it is to run a qualifying time for the Boston Marathon and for others it is compete in an Ironman event, just to name a few. Although the goals vary, Bob has the proven experience and expertise to get you safely across that finish line!
The individual membership includes:
Exclusive weekly group training program with Bob Brainerd on Tuesday nights, April thru September, with a home base of Central Maine Community College in Auburn, ME
NEW for 2019: 1st Tuesday of each month workout will be held on the outdoor track at Bates College!
5K Community Fun Runs at various Lewiston-Auburn locations the last Tuesday of each month
Sneaker evaluation & gait analysis
Free periodic educational sessions
Annual club celebration event
$25 voucher toward team gear for new members
Priceless gift of knowing that your membership fee is helping others in your community!
Beginning in 2018, Bob’s well known Tuesday Night Coaching sessions will benefit Moving ME Forward! By joining the Moving ME Forward Running Club , your membership fee will be donated to this local non-profit organization, whose vision is to mentor, inspire and grow opportunities for individuals to develop and implement innovative strategies that will promote health and fitness changes within their own communities.