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Doctor of Chiropractic Jason Davis and his staff specialize in the use of natural health care to treat a wide range of ailments and manage pain. Headaches, backaches, and neck aches cower in fear before Dr. Davis’s various pain-relief services. These include electrical muscle stimulation, exercise rehab, massage, custom orthotics, and the Activator Method—a gentle adjustment technique that pinpoints pain via prone leg-length analysis. An avid obstacle-course runner and accomplished martial artist, Dr. Davis knows the importance of living a healthy lifestyle, and his 10 years of chiropractic experience have helped sharpen his ability to customize effective treatment plans for everyone, even people named Jessica.

16 Highland Spring Rd
Lewiston,
ME
US

The professional stress fighters at Massage on Maine deal a one-two punch to tension, incarcerating worrisome thoughts and jangly nerves with a bevy of relaxing and beautifying treatments. During the 30-minute massage, skilled fingers perform piano concertos on tension-taxed back trapezii using a combination of Swedish and deep-tissue techniques. Treatments adapt to fit each client's needs, with hot stones filling in wherever aches and pains lie, whether between the shoulder blades or inside the subconscious.

56 Maine Street
Brunswick,
ME
US

The soon-to-be bride and groom led their respective families to their wedding rehearsal—or so they claimed. Shortly after the caravan of cars pulled up at the base of the high-ropes course, confusion turned to surprise when the couple strapped their two families into harnesses and paired each member off with a stranger on the other side. After a frantic run through the course’s initial obstacles, the guests emerged from their shells and began to help each other tackle the challenges. This type of camaraderie is what the all-ages staff at Monkey C Monkey Do seek to instill in all their guests, whether they're intrepid pairs or large groups on corporate outings or family reunions.

Danielle and Bill King with their parents began their high-ropes course and zipline park with a desire to bring together people of various ages and abilities for outdoor activity. The high-ropes course challenges visitors with more than 50 obstacles strewn across five levels, the highest suspended more than 50 feet above the ground and the lowest suspended above a pit of lava in the earth’s core. Ziplines send climbers soaring through canopies and toward a giant swing, where they conquer their fear of heights by freefalling from an elevated platform.

698 Bath Rd
Wiscasset,
ME
US

Weight loss and well-being are the name of the game at New England Medical Fitness. This center offers personal fitness training, group exercise classes, and weight-loss programs based on the sound principles of whole foods. Colon hydrotherapy bolsters slimming and detoxification efforts and can improve bowel function when combined with healthy eating and physical activity,

16 Monument Pl
Topsham,
ME
US

At Jade Integrated Health's brand-new Fore Street location, John and Nancy Charlebois mix the old with the new. Inside the renovated space, this duo combines practices that range from traditional Chinese herbology to advanced physical therapy. John and Nancy tend to divvy up the work based on their own particular interests. John is a licensed acupuncturist and the resident herbalist who creates formulations from Jade Integrated Health's herbal pharmacy. A licensed physical therapist, Nancy takes a particular interest in helping women through pregnancy-related issues. She offers therapy for those who have undergone cesarean sections, leads pool therapy exercises for pregnant and postpartum individuals at the Portland YMCA, and can help women deal with pain associated with carrying a child.

100 Fore St
Portland,
ME
US

Maine Yacht Center's dedicated staff caters to the needs of ocean-bound travelers within the safe, loving arms of its 990-foot breakwater. Once inside the calm, glassy waters of the Casco Bay harbor, boats of almost any size can repose on one of the marina's 80 slips ($3 per ft. per day for yachts 50' and under or $3.75 per foot per day for yachts more than 50'). Hungry vessels are fueled up with ValvTect fuel, specially calibrated and seasoned to cater to the fussy palates of marine engines. Maine Yacht Center's qualified craftspeople and carpenters carry out a range of repairs such as rigging ($65/hour), varnishing ($60/hour), or affixing scrimshaw hood ornaments with professional aplomb.

100 Kensington St
Portland,
ME
US