352 Montauk Highway, Wainscott

These classes, which can have you burning up to 1,000 calories in just one workout, is one of the most challenging classes available out East this summer. Each 60-minute session pushes you to your limits combining high intensity cardio and muscle training. Sweat This tip: After class, rehydrate with one of the delicious juices available across the road at Juice Lane.


79 Newtown Lane, East Hampton

Bari Studio now has a pop-up location in East Hampton, and it is serving up the perfect hybrid workout. The classes, which combine body sculpting dance moves on the floor and trampoline, are finished off with a challenging armband series. If you are looking for a 60-minute cardio and sculpting session, this is the studio to hit! Sweat This tip: Post workout, grab a Bari Pop – the Morning Dew Popsicle was made with mint, kale and lemonade!



Locations: 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor; 65 Montauk Highway, East Hampton

If cycling is your thing, but you’d rather avoid class cliques, head to Flywheel, the popular place to pedal in the Hamptons. Cyclists with a competitive streak will burn even harder as each bike comes equipped with a Torqboard so you can see how your speed and resistance match up to other riders.


50 Station Road, Building Three, Unit # 2, Water Mill

Short for strengthen, lengthen and tone, this studio is brand new to the Hamptons this summer! The unique Megaformer-based classes combine cardio training, weight bearing resistance and Pilates. The inspiring instructors and high-energy music make this not only one of the best workouts in the Hamptons, but also one of the most fun! Sweat This tip: If you are serious about toning your tush try Allie Schwartz’s class. She will have your legs shaking and heart-pumping within the first 5 minutes.


Ruschmeyer’s, 161 Second House Road, Montauk

Prefer to sweat in the sun rather than the studio? The People’s Bootcamp founder, Adam Rosante, returns to Montauk with his booty burning, 45-minute classes. In the world of the $45 workout, Adam offers his services in a rare, “Pay what you can” style, ensuring that even those with the skinniest wallets can participate. The no-equipment classes take place on Saturday mornings on the front lawn at Ruschmeyer’s – very convenient for the late night partier looking to make up for the previous night’s debauchery.


43 S Euclid Avenue, Montauk

Buddha Berry’s healthy twist on frozen yogurt makes it the perfect place for an afternoon treat. This Montauk shop offers 60 different natural toppings including both fresh and dried fruits from local farms.


34 S Etna Avenue, Montauk

Joni’s Kitchen is a laid-back, hip cafe in Montauk, and the perfect place to grab a healthy bite for breakfast or lunch. The menu offers an array of vegetarian and vegan options made with local organic ingredients. Those craving something a little less healthy will be pleased to find that scrambled eggs and bacon are available as well. An extra bonus? LOVE Yoga is right next door!


354 Montauk Highway, Wainscott

Juice Lane, the brainchild of twin brothers Justin and Ian Browne, was inspired through a shared passion for health and wellness. Unlike many juice chains, Juice Lane makes all of their juices using fresh ingredients from local farmers. The brothers also brought their personal acupuncturist on board, who has expertise in identifying medicinal qualities in different foods. Together they’ve created 8 types of delicious cold press juice. Crave This tip: Our personal favorite is “Circulation”, a spicy mix of apple, lemon, ginger and cayenne.


125 Main Street, Sag Harbor

All of your health related wants and needs can be found under one roof at the wellness haven Dr. Richard Ash has created. The cozy shop, located in Sag Harbor, is stocked with an array of vitamins, cold-pressed juices, raw foods, and eco-friendly products for your home. Most importantly though, the Wellnest is designed to be a place that the community can come together to appreciate healthy living and learn new ways to live a better life.


7 Main Street, Sag Harbor

The only complaint we have about this amazing natural market and café is that it took us so long to discover it. Located in the heart of Sag Harbor, Provisions offers an array of all natural grocery items, produce and beauty products – they even sell yoga mats! In the back of the market you will find the restaurant, which offers both eat-in and take-out options. Crave This tip: Our personal favorite is the baby buddah – a delicious combination of brown rice, beans, sea-vegetables and green goddess dressing.


Red Horse Plaza, 74 Montauk Highway, East Hampton

Those seeking serious relaxation this summer should head to Naturophathica for some all-natural pampering. Whether you are looking to unwind with a healing massage or unleash your inner glow with a facial, Naturopathica’s list of services which use all-natural ingredients, provide the perfect way to recharge after a day in the sun and surf.


32 Bridge Street, Sag Harbor

Colleen Saidman, founder of Yoga Shanti and recently named “First Lady of Yoga” by the New York Times, hasn’t let her notoriety take away from the intimate, friendly vibe the studio creates. Yoga Shanti offers a variety of classes for different skill levels, while providing a great balance between the physical and spiritual side of the practice.


219 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton

Looking to step-outside the classroom for a little adventure? Paddle Diva offers a unique and exciting approach to fitness, perfect for women of any age and ability. The stand up paddle boarding classes (referred to as SUP), are available throughout various locations in the Hamptons and are a great way to workout while enjoying the beautiful summer scenery. More experienced students should checkout the “SUP Dog” classes, which offer and hour and half of yoga on your paddleboard!


The Surf Lodge 183 Edgemere St. Montauk

Now you can get sweaty over at Surf Lodge, too. Pilate ProWorks is popping up at the Surf Lodge in July and August. The popular studio will be offering two classes on both Saturday’s (TRX Pro) and Sunday’s (Pilates Mat Pro). The 55-minute workouts are $35 each and offered at 9am and 10am both days. Sweat This tip: grab a green juice at Juice Press after class!

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2013 Healthy Hamptons Summer Guide

Lindsey Acree | Private Yoga Instructor