InspireME, targeting fitness for over-40s, opens in Auburn

InspireME, Personal Fitness Training in Bath, is opening a new location at 2 Willow Run in Auburn. The new facility will continue to offer the standard set by InspireME as it opens and partners with Greater Brunswick Physical Therapy. The combination of therapy and personal training will provide clients with a complete guide to wellness.
 

Created by entrepreneur and fitness expert Perian Moore in 2004, InspireME caters to adults over the age of 40 by offering one-on-one personal training, semi-private training, group classes, life coaching and wellness workshops. It focuses on individualized programs, which includes a body composition evaluation, review of schedule, health concerns and goals to work toward a program. The certified personal fitness trainers will work with clients to provide a plan including nutritional guidance, exercise and tools to use at home.
 

To date, InspireME has helped hundreds of clients in the mid-coast region reach and keep health goals.
 

During Tuesday’s grand opening, attendees can meet the staff of both InspireME and Greater Brunswick Physical Therapy. The open house will have door prizes, giveaways, food and activities, and a deal on session fees – up to 30 percent reductions on sessions to reach goals of health and fitness by summer.   

If your interest is weight loss, conditioning or reaching peak fitness or if you’re recovering from an injury or surgery, the personal trainers, physical therapists and life coaches at InspireME will be able to help.
 

For more information, visit inspiremept.com, call 443-2509, or visit during the grand opening from 4 to 7 p.m. this Tuesday.
 

Integral Corp. adds staff for an Exchange Street office

Dr. Russell Keenan, Dr. John Samuelian, Patrick Gwinn, Jane Hamblen, Elizabeth Rand and Whitney Bradford recently joined Integral to launch a new office, focusing on human health and ecological risk assessment, air quality and litigation support services for clients in New England and across the country. The new office hosted an open house earlier this month at the new location at 45 Exchange St., Suite 200, in Portland. For more information, visit www.integral-corp.com.

Grand opening for Ponomo, designer Hannah Tarkinson

Ponomo, a line of one-of-a-kind jewelry, handbags and accessories made in Portland by designer Hannah Tarkinson, had a grand opening during the May First Friday Artwalk. The gallery, located at 142 High St., Suite 307, in Portland, features work fashioned from re-purposed and reconstructed vintage materials with acute attention to detail and eclectic construction. For more information, visit www.ponomostyle.com.

Hancock’s ‘Home Again’ store adds design selections

Hancock Lumber’s “Home Again” grand opening was held earlier this month. The extensive home design store at 140 Maine Mall Road in South Portland features retail showcases of windows, doors, kitchens, baths and other selections. This store is a new concept for Hancock Lumber, based on the idea of giving homeowners a relaxed atmosphere, an exciting shopping environment and the ability to see the options available. For more information, visit hancocklumber.com or check out the Home Again blog at homeagainbyhancocklumber.blogspot.com.

Millennium Technologies cuts the ribbon in Sanford

Devon Porter, owner of Millennium Technologies, recently celebrated a ribbon cutting with the Sanford Chamber Ambassadors. Millennium Technologies offers affordable computer services with free diagnostics, located at 922 Main St., Suite A. On hand were Rhonda Pope of Adams Park Storage, Caren Martineau Batchelder of Brothers Ins., Stephanie Wilkins of New England Building Materials, owner Devon Porter, Erin Jones of Secure Records Management Systems, Sean Dumont of Edward Jones Investments, Rick Stanley, chamber president, John Tanguay of Kennebunk Savings Bank, and Adam Brock Lachance of Brothers Springvale Sunoco.

InEx Interior Design opens its new office in Newcastle

InEx Interior Design is opening a new, more convenient office on River Road in Newcastle. The new site overlooks the waterfront from its second-floor location. Owner Lori LaRochelle specializes in both residential and commercial design projects with 25 years experience as a Maine Certified Interior Designer. A few of her past clients include L.L. Bean, Transco, Office Environments, Sanford Housing Authority and the Portland Yacht Club. For more information, call 215-7872 for an appointment in her new office at 29 River Road, Suite 2A, or visit www.inexinteriordesign.com.