Healthy Hamptons: 11 hot new places to sweat, eat, and shop this season

It's almost Memorial Day! Here are the season's new healthy spots from Southampton to Montauk.
SurfLodge_wellness Every season, more health and wellness companies tote their resistance bands and Vitamixes to the Hamptons from Manhattan.

This summer, along with new fitness studios and juice bars, there are a slew of healthy shopping debuts, so you can pick up a Peloton bike for your deck and pedal in your Lucas Hugh capris before hitting the beach. Ahhh.

Plus, you’ll find more instances of wellness brands working together under one roof, and more options further East, towards Montauk. Here, we fill you in on the 11 brand-new spots to sweat, eat, and shop healthy when you’re not at the beach (listed in alphabetical order).

Now if someone could please just tell The Jitney that we’d really prefer raw almonds over Goldfish, that would be great. —Lisa Elaine Held

 (Photo: The Surf Lodge)


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305 Fitness 305 Fitness
Open: May 24

Miami-flavored dance cardio brand 305 is heading out East for the first time with three different offerings. Classes will be offered at the Montauk Beach House on weekends, from June until Labor Day (with exact details still being finalized) and at the Fitist Collective (more on that later), on Saturdays and Sundays at 11:30 a.m., Memorial Day through Labor Day.

They’ll also offer “305 On-Demand,” private in-home group sessions, and most Hamptons programming will be led by star instructor Latoya Julce.

Montauk Beach House, 55 S. Elmwood Ave., Montauk, and The Fitist Collective at Summer Kicks, 5 Railroad Ave., East Hampton,

(Photo: 305 Fitness)


Live the Process Bandier
Open: May 21

The Hamptons (and New York City!) gets its first luxury activewear shop, carrying full collections from the hottest indie fitness fashion brands. Think leggings, post-gym wear, and accessories from Lucas Hugh, Nesh, Live the Process (pictured), Norma Kamali, and more—all curated by boutique-fitness-loving owner Jennifer Bandier.

The modern space will also have cool features like a “Bra Bar” and “Affirmation Wall,” with revolving quotations.

44b Main St., Southampton,

 (Photo: David Rubin for Live the Process)


Barry's Hamptons Barry’s Bootcamp
Open: May 24

Barry’s debuts its second Hamptons location, after Wainscott, in the Amagansett spot that formerly belonged B. East Fitness.

The interval-training classes will be taught by rotating Manhattan instructors, plus two new local trainers, collectively teaching five classes per day on weekends. (Weekday classes, on a similar schedule, will start in mid-June.)

The Amagansett studio also features a more “surf shack” vibe, with new summer retail (pictured) and Hu Kitchen snacks and juices.

199 Main Street, Amagansett,

(Photo: Barry’s Bootcamp)


Elements Hamptons Elements Fitness
Open: May 1

Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger has been quietly leading her fitness classes in rented studio space in Tribeca’s Downtown Dance Factory. Now it’s got a permanent home with the opening of Elements in East Hampton. It’s a perfect fit since barre class options out East are seriously (and surprisingly) limited. In addition to her high-energy approach to barre, Elements will offer dance cardio, cardio boxing, and more. Expect a permanent Manhattan studio to follow, during the colder months.

66 Newton Lane, Suite 11, East Hampton

(Photos: Elements Fitness)


Erika Bloom 2 Erika Bloom Pilates with Lulitonix
Open: May 24

This is uptown Pilates guru Erika Bloom’s third season at her East Hampton studio, but she’s reforming (get it?) her offerings a bit this year. A partnership with hip Tribeca bottled smoothie brand LuliTonix means you’ll be able to pick up fresh green blends and Chia Gold at the studio. And the brand is extending its in-home sessions to Montauk, so you can strengthen your core couch-side no matter how far East you venture.

66 Newton Lane, Suite 7, East Hampton, and in-home,

(Photos: Erika Bloom Pilates and LuliTonix)


Holly Rilinger The Fitist Collective presented by Summer Kicks
Open: May 24

Fitist is debuting its new collective concept with a seasonal pop-up inside Summer Kicks in East Hampton, with a crazy inspiring list of the best of the boutique fitness world (studios and instructors) under one roof. Think The Fhitting Room, Bari Studio, CityRow, Tone House, and many more, with Holly Rilinger kicking off classes at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 24. There will be four to five classes per day on weekends, with weekday classes starting at the end of June, plus Harmless Harvest coconut water and juices from LuliTonix.

5 Railroad Ave., East Hampton,

(Photo: Holly Rilinger Fitness)


The Juice Press Juice Press
Open: May 24

Now you can power up for surf-filled mornings with a Life Force Protein from Juice Press’ first full-service Hamptons store, which will include a smoothie bar, grab-and-go food items, and cold-pressed juices shipped from the brand’s new production facility in Long Island City. The growing juice-bar brand also remodeled its Southampton store—which used to be little more than a few refrigerators—to offer smoothies this season.

2486 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, and 93 Main St., Southampton,

(Photo: Instagram/TheJuicePress)


Lane Life Lane Life
Open: May 24

Brothers Justin and Ian Brown opened Juice Lane last year. This season the identical twin wellness influencers have replaced their juicers with a pop-up shop that showcases “a compilation of health and wellness brands under one roof.” So after your Barry’s Bootcamp class, you can walk over and shop food and juices from Sakara Life and The Juice Shop, apparel from Cory Vines, skin-firming creams from Mio Skincare, and book more workouts on iPads set up to demo the BurnThis app.

345 Montauk Highway, Wainscott,



marimanor2 Mari Manor
Open: Early June

Organic Avenue founder and raw-vegan visionary Denise Mari is used to people telling her that getting healthy or cleansing is “too hard to do in the city.” So she’ll help them do it near the beach, at her new “Bed & Cleanse,” in the former home of NY State Governor Alfred E. Smith. Mari restored the home to its original elegance and added her own touches, so that a stay will now include a “LOVE*lifestyle breakfast” with fresh Organic Avenue juices, access to a garden and pool, and the option to add on juice cleanses, massages, and private yoga sessions. Here’s to never sleeping on your friend’s beach-house futon again.

91 Potunk Lane, Westhampton Beach, (You can sign up for the email list now and a full website will launch shortly.)

(Photo Credit: Alta Tseng for Mari Manor)


Peloton Cycle storefront Peloton Cycle
Open: May 19

Breakfast at Peloton? The tech-happy cycling brand is setting up a retail shop inside the former Tiffany’s., where you can buy yourself a tricked-out bike or browse fitness fashion brands like VPL, Beyond Yoga, Splits 59, and Prêt a Surf. They’ll also stock their cold-pressed Pelotonic juices and ice coffee, all from Jack’s Stir Brew, plus complimentary Aquaçai bottled water (in case you decide to go for a test spin?).

53 Main St., East Hampton,

(Photo: Peloton Cycle)


Deck The Surf Lodge
Open: May 16

The nightlife destination and gorgeously designed beachy hotel is once again hosting a new slate of wellness programs. Free fitness and yoga classes will take place on the deck (or inside if the weather’s bad) Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., with a Fitist-curated roster of star teachers, like Barry’s Bootcamp’s Noah Neiman, S10 Training’s Stephen Cheuk, and I.AM.YOU Studio’s Lauren Imparato. They’re also collaborating with Grey Area artist Kyle DeWoddy on a line of yoga mats and will be serving cold-pressed blends from Heartbeet Juicery. Expect special events throughout the summer, too, with wellness gurus like Gabby Bernstein and Patricia Moreno.

183 Edgemere St., Montauk,

(Photo: The Surf Lodge)


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