The Ultimate Hamptons Summer Guide
The Hamptons makes it easy to stay healthy—lobster rolls and late nights aside.
Boutique fitness is flourishing out east, where you'll find city staples like Barry's Bootcamp and Organic Avenue. Then there are great homegrown wellness hotspots like the brand-new Norma Jean Pilates and Wellnest.
We've curated the ultimate Rolodex for where to work out, juice, spa, and chill out all summer long, whether you're in Montauk or Shinnacock.
B. East, a Hamptons fitness studio, offers a wide selection of classes every day including cycling, TRX, IntenSati, and more. Be sure to check out the specialty cycling rides (think disco fever) and kitschy themed workouts like Motown Mondays.
199 Main Street, Amagansett, 631-267-0900, www.eastfit.com
Back Page Cafe
Open since last summer, this cute-as-vegan-pie Sag Harbor cafe serves up healthy grab-and-go options from smoothies to organic hot entrees made with locally sourced ingredients.
63 Main Street, Sag Harbor, 631-725-1810, www.page63main.com
The treadmill-meets-resistance-training workout just debuted this Wainscott studio. The new location's vibe is less camouflage and more cabana, but the workout is just as tough. Also special to the Hamptons is a second studio without treadmills where celeb instructors will make cameos all summer long teaching special off-menu classes.
352 Montauk Highway, Wainscott, www.barrysbootcamp.com
Sought-after fitness trainer Mary Ann Browning moves her mind-body approach to fitness and nutrition to Southampton for summer, where she specializes in personalized health plans.
60 Windmill Lane, Southampton, 315-955-6989, www.browningsfitness.com
Erika Bloom Pilates Plus
The Upper East Side guru's brand-new East Hampton outpost offers privates and duets classes. And traveling instructors will visit you at the beach for Pilates sessions, Yoga, Thai Yoga Massage, and Holistic Health Counseling.
66 Newtown Lane, Suite 7, East Hamptons, www.erikabloompilates.com
The outpost of the new Upper East Side boutique fitness jungle gym has a full schedule of indoor classes (TRX and kettlebells), plus paddleboarding, outdoor cycling, and trail running. Best of all, Ed Cashin, who teaches one of our favorite TRX classes, will be out there all summer.
10 Plank Road, #2, East Hampton, 212-481-5300, www.exceed-fitness.com
The indoor cycling powerhouse famous for its TorqBoards runs classes all summer from its two Hamptons locations.
1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, 631-899-4256; 65 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, 631-329-8622; www.flywheelsports.com
Gubbins Running Ahead
This specialty sporting goods store (grab a jog bra or sneakers if you forgot them) hosts training runs for marathon season. They’re open to runners of all levels. Groups leave from Gubbins, East Hampton, every Sunday at 8:00 a.m. through Labor Day. www.gubbinsrunningahead.com
Head to this Hamptons-based juice bar to fill up on freshly pressed juice or a bee pollen smoothie. Juicy Naam has locations in both Sag Harbor and East Hampton.
51 Division Street, Sag Harbor, 631-725-3030; 27 Race Lane, East Hampton 631-604-5091 www.thejuicynaam.com
You’ll find the familiar—Groove and Wunder Under pants—plus the local, such as Yoga Surfer classes on the community schedule.
35 Main Street, East Hampton, 631-324-4192, www.lululemon.com
Naturopathica Holistic Health Spa
Locals love the apothecary chic spa, which doubles as the flagship of the natural beauty brand, founded by Barbara Close.
Red Horse Plaza, 74 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, 631-329-2525, www.naturopathica.com
Norma Jean Pilates
New this season, this chic studio has a fun-loving, eclectic menu featuring aerial fitness classes, psychic readings, and, of course, Pilates.
51 Division Street, Sag Harbor, 631-235-0303; Studio for Pilates privates, 52 Main Street, Sag Harbor, www.normajeanpilates.com
One Ocean Yoga
John Seelye’s East Hampton yoga studio offers classes for yogis of all levels. Two specialty workshops this summer feature Krishna Das on July 14 and 15.
Ross Center for Wellbeing, 20 Goodfriend Drive, East Hampton, 631-537-5522, www.oneoceanyoga.com
A wall of refrigerators stock the best-selling green juice and other varieties, and the shop carries raw, vegan snacks, and natural beauty products. (Open Thurs.–Mon.)
28 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-283-2600, www.organicavenue.com
The jazzy Lotte Berk-inspired studio with a fashion-editor following has its Hamptons outpost in the historic Butter Lane Barn.
264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-537-5722, www.physique57.com
The glam, scene-y spin studio offers a full schedule of classes at its two Hamptons Locations.
68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton; The Barns at Butter Lane, 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-537-3630, www.soul-cycle.com
The new Water Mill studio features dance-cardio classes in the traditional Tracy Anderson Method, plus detox weeks and more. Studio memberships are available in 2-day, 3-day, 1-month, or 3-month packages.
903 Montauk Highway, Watermill, 212-965-1408, www.tracyandersonmethod.com
The wellness oasis of Dr. Richard Ash, MD, in a historic Captain’s house, stocks vitamins, cold-pressed juice, housewares, and many other essentials for the health-conscious Hamptonites.
125 Main Street, Sag Harbor, 631-899-4600, www.wellnest.us
Colleen Saidman’s Hamptons homebase features a variety of yoga styles, from Anusara to Ashtanga, and of course the Iyengar practice of her superstar husband Rodney Yee who’s often on the schedule.
32 Bridge Street, Sag Harbor, 631-725-6424, www.yogashanti.com