Sledgehammers. Ropes. Kettlebells. The training equipment at Hybrid Fitness isn't necessarily what one would find at a traditional gym, but the trainers know that it's all they need. They draw up high-intensity exercise regimens for clients—working out alone or in groups—who want to burn excess body fat, boost their mobility, and carve lean muscle. To power participants through tough routines, trainers provide ample encouragement and motivation throughout each session.
Eric St. Laurent holds a master's degree in acupuncture from the New England School of Acupuncture, where he specialized in several Japanese styles, including non-insertive techniques. Though he is adept at treating a variety of ailments, he specializes in helping patients manage their anxiety without the use of medication.
ACE-certified personal trainer. Nutritionist. Monica Moore clearly has the credentials to help clients move weight, but she also has the passion for helping others achieve their goals. At Body by Monica, LLC, she meets with clients, either in person or online via Skype, to build individualized meal and exercise plans. Moore even organizes nutrition parties, where she leads health trivia games, demonstrates at-home exercises, and arms clients with take-home recipes for healthy appetizers and mocktails.
Signature service: Psychic readings
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 30–60 minutes
Brands Used: Palm readings, tarot cards
Pro Tip: I specialize in helping with stress and anxiety relief, depression, bereavement, and emotional healing
Billed as Maine's highest and largest ropes course, the labyrinth of ropes, bridges, and catwalks challenges even the most confident aerialists. The ropes course is just one of more than 60 airborne activities. For something equally exciting, try the zipline tour. Six zip-wires long, the trek takes you through the treetops of breathtaking forests.
Drs. Nick and Tanya Quinn’s holistic approach consists of much more than chiropractic exams and adjustments. They also create custom orthotics and stock their shelves with support pillows to bolster patients’ necks while sleeping at night or napping at work. Their counseling services cover nutrition, exercise, and behavioral issues such as breaking unhealthy habits.