Health & Fitness in Saco

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Non-surgical, drugless healing profession centering on the innate healing potential of the human nerve system. Better health is possible when their is less physical, chemical and emotional stress. Specific spinal adjustments reduce subluxations that optimize healing

810 Portland Rd
Saco,
ME
US

At My Hands For Your Healing, licensed massage therapist Kayla Gorham eschews drugs or medication in favor of the rejuvenating power found in 10 knowledgeable and nuanced fingers. Kayla works with patients to seek out and relieve stress patterns in the body using a blend of Swedish, therapeutic, and deep-tissue techniques to soften and soothe the muscles. Myofascial-release therapy helps release the connective tissue, and sports-massage sessions incorporate assisted stretching to drain away fatigue, relieve swelling, and loosen any Heisman trophies trapped between joints. Kayla preaches the positive health effects of massage that trickle down to the rest of body in the form of decreased anxiety, improved quality of sleep, and reduced fatigue.

155 Saco Ave.
Old Orchard Beach,
ME
US

For the past six years, Kusum Institute Yoga has thrived in Saco as the calming space called Saco River Yoga. Now a second newly renovated wellness haven in Scarborough has opened its doors to both beginner and experienced yogis who seek calmness of body and mind. The space hosts weekly yoga classes, workshops, and community events, welcoming all shapes and skill levels to its studio. Skilled instructors provide individualized attention to clients who want to center themselves while basking in the tranquility of the space. Additionally, all of teachers practiced together as students?and still do?in these studios, which further deepens their connection to their students and their calming craft.

12 Pepperell Sq.
Saco,
ME
US

In order to reach the finish line of the Raid Series obstacle course, participants must hoist a sandbag, leap over marine hurdles, and scale a cargo net. The course is designed to emulate a run through the city streets, right up to the finish line, which is actually a climbing wall. It's one branch of The Raid Series, a trifecta of terrain-inspired 5Ks that also include the Mountain Raid and Beach Raid. After racers complete the course, which is on the sand of Old Orchard Beach just one hour and fifteen minutes from Boston, they can jet to the after-party to enjoy beer and live music.

Old Orchard Beach
Old Orchard Beach,
ME
US