• Well Heart Yoga has opened a new studio at 327 Ocean House Road in Cape Elizabeth.

Classes are available to students of all levels seven days a week, including Vinyasa Flow, Yogilates, Cardio, Mommy (or Daddy) and Me yoga for pre-kindergartners, Group Meditation and Classical Yoga, taught by studio founder Leslee Hartwell and a staff of experienced instructors.

Well Heart is accepting new students and drop-ins. For more details, call 625-4756 or go to www.wellheartyoga.com

• Leslie Girmscheid, MD, LMT, NCTMB, has opened a massage practice at 27 Ocean St., Suite 2, in South Portland. Girmscheid has 11 years of experience and offers services including relaxation, deep tissue and medical/orthopedic massage.

For more details, call 272-6027 or email [email protected] 

• H&T Nails owner Brenda Cao has opened Natural Concepts Salon & Spa in the Mid Town Mall at 898 Main St., Sanford.

The full service salon offers treatments such as massages, facials and a wide range of hair care services. It also is a supplier of Aveda products, which contain 99 percent natural ingredients. 

• Highland Green has launched a redesigned website at www.highlandgreenlifestyle.com. New additions to the website include photo galleries, an interactive trail map, videos and resident profiles.

Located at 7 Evergreen Circle, Topsham, Highland Green has a 625-acre campus that features custom homes, a community center, conservation land and trails and a Scottish style golf course that is open to the public.

For more details, call John Coughlin at (866) 854-1200 or email [email protected] 

• The Law Offices of Richard J. Dudzisz recently celebrated its opening at 312 Cottage St., Suite B at Deer Ridge Park in Sanford.

The general practice law firm specializes in real estate transactional work and title-related issues, including boundary and easement issues, deeds, estate planning, wills, trusts, probate administration and business-related matters.

Dudzisz is licensed to practice law in Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire and has more than 20 years of legal experience.

• Greater Franklin Development Corporation, a Farmington-based economic development organization, will publish a new online newsletter three times a year: winter, spring and fall.

The winter 2013 edition covers the growth of three local companies: Maine Wood Concepts of New Vineyard, PalletOne of Livermore Falls and Jarden Plastic Solutions of East Wilton.

For more details, go to www.GreaterFranklin.com and opt to receive the newsletter by clicking on the icon for it, located to the right.

• The town of Gilead has launched Rapid Renewal, the online service for renewing motor vehicle registrations.

Rapid Renewal is an e-commerce service that allows residents to conduct business with municipal and state government in one online transaction to renew vehicle registrations and pay municipal excise taxes online, 24 hours a day.

The service is available in 167 municipalities.

For more details, go to www.sosonline.org.