In its fourth year, the Wild Vibes yoga, music and art festival relocated to Maine–at Spring Hill in South Berwick. The day-long event features yoga in the outdoors, live music and art, workshops and vendors, all with a wild, hippie vibe. www.wildvibes.org #wildvibesfest #liveyourwild
Brett Griskiewicz of South Portland and John Langford of Massachusetts.
Yoga instructor Stephanie Lasher of Kennebunk and festival emcee Emily Barrett of Rye, N.H.
Katie Johnson of Koan Wellness in York and Ian Troost of Portsmouth Paddle Co.
Carrie Schumacher of Solshine Retreats helping Adelle Beaumont on the silks.
Sarah Fortin of Portland, Leah Wallof of Scarborough and Steff Deschenes of Portland.
Kim Buchwald paddling back from SUP yoga.
Paige and Helen Phoenix.
Artist Tamara Sienna and her buddy Luna.
When was the last time you cartwheeled?
Kristine Catalogna of Kittery and Khaki Paquette of Massachusetts.
Rapper Myles Bullen talking to jewelry maker Leah D'Amour. The mobiles in the foreground are by Savanna Pettengill.
Elisia Morgani, Mandi Horning, Annie Wagoner and Shelley Grande.
Weather forecast: savasana.
The festival includes live music and art demonstrations, sometimes on the same stage.
Artist Beth Wittenberg of Rochester, N.H.
Songmaker Christiana Eva.
Illustrator Derrick Jamison.
Graham Duval, drummer for Soul Coyote, Doug Knutsen, drummer for Frojya and Jack Reynolds, frontman for Waco Sparkler.
Sara Martino having henna painted on by Jessica Colon.
Musician Chelsea Paolini.