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Rodney Yee’s healer sets up shop in the Hamptons


Rodney Yee
(Photo: Urbanzen.org)

The latest Manhattan business to set up shop out East is bound to experience an influx of paddleboarding yogis and surfers seeking relief for sore muscles.

Shuniya Healing, which opened just a few weeks ago in Bridgehampton, is Aaron Teich’s holistic healing center, which offers acupuncture, energy healing, and Chinese herbal medicine.

And it’s where master-of-yoga-adjustments Rodney Yee goes when his own body needs adjusting.

“On a weekly basis, we go to be tuned up physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually,” Yee said in a press release, on behalf of him and his yoga-instructor wife Colleen Saidman Yee. “It is the perfect complement to our yoga practice and our ridiculously busy lives.”

Sounds like a stop you may want to make before hopping back on the Jitney and subjecting your body to hours of traffic-sitting.

Shuniya Healing, 2415 Main Street, 2nd Floor, Bridgehampton, www.shuniyahealing.com