The Great Maine Scavenger Hunt is back, sending Down East readers out to explore all 35,385 square miles of Maine — from mountains to sea, from potato fields to city streets — in pursuit of the best Maine summer ever.
An aimless walk in the woods is surprisingly good for you, as forest bathing guides like Jeff Brogan can attest.
For decades, the now-trending ancient practice of qigong has had a home in Bangor.
Silence is a hot commodity in wellness right now, but Patricia Brown and Surya-Chandra Das have been mindfully piping down since well before it was cool.
Yoga enthusiasts are hoofing it to a Westbrook farm to practice alongside some small, furry gurus.
What’s more therapeutic than hurling a razor-sharp ax? Not much, so long as you’re careful.
Forest bathing, goat yoga, ax throwing? Maine is surprisingly en vogue when it comes to self-care. We dispatched a team of writers to spas, retreats, forest preserves, and more, with a mandate to meliorate their minds, bodies, and souls. Here’s what they found.
We asked Maine physicians this question: If you or a family member had a problem in the following areas, whom would you select as the best specialist in Maine? The votes are tallied and we present the peer-selected winners.
Soak your feet while drinking tea. Be a senior in college. Join a sports team.
Education Services By Virginia M. Wright Photographed by Mark Fleming With 162,807 jobs, Education and Health Services support more than one-third of all occupations…
Part of our “Maine at Work” series.
Last year, voters in Colorado and Washington legalized the recreational use of pot. Will Maine be the next state to follow suit?