Enjoy all-levels yoga in the grass with stupendous views of the Portland skyline and Casco Bay during Yoga at Bug Light Park with Kelly Rich Yoga.
Here are some free ways to work out and be active in Maine, from running, hiking and cross-country skiing to upcoming events that don't cost a dime. Because a lack of cash shouldn't keep you from gettin' ripped!
While so many of us are shaking off sleep as we shuffle into the kitchen - or still contentedly snoozing away - there are a host of early risers starting their days with planks, lunges, high knees, and sweat during Maine Boot Camp.
Whether you're training for an obstacle course race or you just want a cool way to grow your strength, endurance, and agility, check out Anne L'Heureux's obstacle fitness classes, taught in her own Biddeford backyard.
Trail Runners of Midcoast Maine (TRoMM) meet Monday nights at Camden Snow Bowl for trail camaraderie during Monday Night Dirt.
Combine an hour of gentle yoga in a grassy farm field with post-yoga snuggle time with baby goats (and perhaps some cheese sampling, too!), and you've got yourself a fitness evening that'll leave you glowing for hours. Because baby goats!
Start running right now, whatever your level, with the free Winter Warriors running groups offered by Fleet Feet Maine Running in Portland and Brunswick.
Portland Sweat Project started earlier this year with morning workouts at Portland's Back Cove and Eastern Prom. The free (yes, free!) workouts continue this winter, come cold or snow, every Wednesday at 6:29 a.m.
This is a good thing for those of us who like to yoga or bootcamp, but who also really, really like being outside during these brief and glorious spring and summer months.
Maybe it's the expansive Atlantic. Maybe it's the sand or the salt-smelling air or the drying seaweed that squishes underfoot, but working out on the beach just feels glorious - in a way those gyms could never understand.