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5,000 square feet of indoor rock walls outfitted for top-rope belaying and bouldering entertain guests of all experience levels at Maine Rock Gym, which celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2014. Suitable for ages four and older, visitors can partner up to climb meandering problems across varying angles and overhangs. Indoor, onsite clinics instruct climbers at introductory or advanced levels, and guides lead outdoor excursions to Maine's granite cliffs and New Hampshire's White Mountains.

Opening in December 2014, Evo Rock Gym will be decked in over 16,000 square feet of climbing space on its 42-foot-high walls, with a large top-out bouldering area. A separate climbing area for kids will also be tucked away in the facility, along with rooms to host birthday parties for young revelers. In addition to an aerial silk yoga room and cardio machines, visitor amenities will also include changing rooms, showers, and lockers on-site.

127 Marginal Way
Portland,
ME
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The certified personal trainers at Mobile Fitness help remove as many obstacles as possible to make it easy for their clients to get in shape. For example, they customize easy-to-follow exercises that don't use a lot of high-tech equipment so that clients can continue to work out on their own. Also, sessions can be held at the company’s private training studio or in the convenience of a client's home, office, or favorite bus stop.

49 Dartmouth St
Portland,
ME
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Cushy mats and bolsters provides all the cushioning needed for kids to run, flip, and somersault across the room at Tumble Tikes. Uneven bars and balance beams help strengthen kids' gross motor skills during classes, and other organized activities include playing with a giant parachute and shouting out in unison the first 1,000 digits of pi.

275 Marginal Way
Portland,
ME
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At Fit and Balanced Personal Training, certified personal trainer Anca Potvin helps her students set and achieve fitness goals. Her services include one-on-one training sessions as well as group classes, such as a stroller boot camp for mothers.

352 Warren Ave
Portland,
ME
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The Sanskrit translation of rasamaya is "fluid," which describes the studio's Rasamaya Method of intelligent movement. Rasamaya's instructors lead their own brand of barre, Pilates, cycle, and vinyasa yoga classes that are designed to balance and strengthen the mind and body in tandem. Featured in Pilates Style Magazine , Yoga Journal, and Wanderlust conferences. Founder Carrie Tyler specializes in women's physical structure, health, and sexuality and built the practice from her playful teaching style and deep understanding of yogic philosophy, anatomy, and alignment.

116 Free St
Portland,
ME
US

The experienced instructors at Springboard Pilates bolster cores in individualized sessions that challenge students' muscles on both mats and machines. Under an instructor’s careful guidance, torsos and limbs learn new muscle-toning movements to help push themselves to better fitness during a 50-minute private session, acclimating to Peak Pilates equipment including the Reformer, the ladder barrel, and the Wunda chair. When teamed with mat work, these resistance contraptions expand pupil's repertoire of gut-crunching moves beyond sit-ups and playing the board on Monopoly night. Springboard's staff customizes all classes to account for student's goals, past injuries, and aversion to spring-loaded machinery stemming from traumatic childhood slinky experiences. Nestled in an 1846 townhouse, Springboard’s studio warms tense joints with red walls and decorative fireplaces. Patrons can flex and furrow thoughtful brows along with physiques by viewing gallery pieces from local artists.

143 Spring Street
Portland,
ME
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