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Your guide to the Hamptons’ best fitness and yoga

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New York City’s booming boutique fitness scene has officially taken over the Hamptons, too.

Each summer top studios like Barry’s Bootcamp, SoulCycle, and Tracy Anderson all set up out East until Labor Day (and some, beyond), in addition to homegrown gems like the original Yoga Shanti and Montauk’s Love Yoga.

Plus, hotels and nightlife hotspots are getting in on the active action by hosting a variety of workouts, like AKT in Motion on the deck at Surf Lodge, or Y7 facing the ocean at Gurney’s. Newcomers this season include New York Pilates, Swerve, and East End Row.

We’ve rounded them all up for you, here, (listed by town, and then alphabetically) so you can stay fit and energized all summer long, in between beach lounging and sipping healthy cocktails at garden parties, that is.

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Pure Barre Southampton
Photo: Pure Barre


Barry’s Bootcamp
If you thought that the Barry’s Wainscott location was big, wait until you see it’s newest location (set to open mid-June). Think 25 treadmills, 25 benches, and a massive seating area—crucial for when you need to catch your breath after class. 10 Montauk Highway, Southampton,

Brownings Fitness
Star fitness guru Mary Ann Browning offers personal training and classes featuring the ElliptiGO. 60 Windmill Ln., Southampton,

CrossFit Hamptons
Get in your WOD before heading to the beach. 375 County Rd. 39, Southampton,

CrossFit 11968
Or, head next door to get your snatch on. 395 County Rd. 39, Southampton,

East End Row
Expect to feel a serious body burn at the end of each 50-minute cardio-packed session at the brand new East End Row, which opens in the former Southampton Flywheel space Memorial Day weekend. 33 Hill St., Southampton,

Pure Barre
Tuck and pulse until everything’s shaking at the national chain’s first Hamptons franchise. 5 Windmill Ln., Southampton,

Get your pike-to-plank on at the Megaformer studio’s soon-to-open second Hamptons location—the Southampton muscle quivering commences in July. 16 Hill Street, Southampton,


Tracy Anderson
Photo: Tracy Anderson

Bridgehampton/Water Mill

Erika Bloom Pilates Plus
The Water Mill outpost of this popular Pilates studio (its second Hamptons location) offers private and duet sessions, as well as at-home services. Bonus: The studio, opening Memorial Day weekend, will also stock products from Alo, Tata Harper, Bottega Organica, and more. 760 Montauk Highway, 2D, Water Mill,

Exhale Core Fusion
A good barre class is hard to find in the Hamptons—and here, you can take class with the Core Fusion founders themselves, famed barre gurus Fred DeVito and Elisabeth Halfpapp. 2415 Main St., Bridgehampton, 

Hamptons Hot Yoga
This homegrown brand offers both traditional Bikram and hot vinyasa classes for those who want to turn up summer’s heat even more. 2415 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton Village,

One Ocean Yoga
Fresh-air yoga, in a pretty tent, overlooking a vineyard. Enough said. 1927 Scuttle Hole Rd., Bridgehampton,

Physique 57
Follow the fashion crowd to this beloved barre studio’s only out-East location for some indoor waterskiing and thigh dancing. 264 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton,

SoulCycle Barn
Check in on the deck at this Soul location, where summer vibes are as prevalent as handlebar push-ups. 264 Butter Ln., Bridgehampton,

SoulCycle Water Mill
Hop on one of 66 bikes at this large Soul studio, located right off Montauk Highway. 760 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 

Tracy Anderson Studio
Anderson’s original Hamptons spot is outfitted with her signature resistance band system and is routinely packed with expensive-legging clad women (and the parking lot, with Range Rovers). This summer, the Water Mill studio hosts not one, but two editions of her popular Vitality Weeks. 903 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill,


Yoga Shanti Hamptons
Photo: Yoga Shanti

Sag Harbor

You can take the data-junkies out of Manhattan… to the brand’s original Hamptons studio, where the Torq board lives on. 1 Bay St., Sag Harbor,

Norma Jean Pilates
This homey space owned by Hamptons-born Pilates guru Hayley Thorpe (and named after Marilyn Monroe) offers Reformer, mat, and hybrid classes, along with regular group runs and dance classes with a rotating cast of instructors. 52 Main St., Sag Harbor,

Punch Fitness
The popular uptown Manhattan kickboxing brand is a hit in the Hamptons, with both private and group lessons on offer. 89 Clay Pit Rd., Sag Harbor,

Uptown Pilates
While the high-end Pilates studio may have doubled its square footage during the off-season (there are now two separate classrooms), the classes are just as intimate—and strengthening. The space will include hybrid reformer/tower machines, which offer up the variety (in both moves and muscle toning) you’d get during a private session, but at group prices. 23 Bridge Street, Sag Harbor,

Yoga Shanti
As the home studio of first couple of yoga Colleen Saidman Yee and Rodney Yee, the alignment-based vinyasa classes are generally packed (with both people and props), but pretension is notably absent. 32 Bridge St., Sag Harbor,


Hamptons fitness
Photo: Erika Bloom Pilates Plus

East Hampton/Wainscott

AKT in Motion
Dance cardio maven Anna Kaiser has been whipping Hamptonites (ahem, Sarah Jessica Parker) into shape in their homes for years, and her first boutique fitness studio out East opened in 2015. 3 Railroad Ave, East Hampton,

Barry’s Bootcamp
Everything about Barry’s feels super-sized at this barn-like location, with crazy high ceilings and an extra studio where instructors can get creative with the method. 352 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott,

Bradford Method
Former ballerina Shonda Bradford offers sessions of her popular toning and elongating workout, here. 58 Gingerbread Ln., East Hampton,

Up-and-coming dance cardio star Katia Pryce teaches her fun, challenging classes out of Dancehampton. 15 Lumber Ln., East Hampton,

Elements Fitness
The barre and dance cardio spot relocated to a larger (read: 1,800 square feet), three-story space for the 2016 season. There’s also a boutique, in case you forgot to pack a pair of cropped leggings. 68 Newtown Ln., East Hampton,

Erika Bloom Pilates Plus
Upper East Side alignment and core-strength guru Erika Bloom follows her clients out East, where her white, minimalist chic studio is as airy and sun-filled as summer should be. She also offers at-home privates. 66 Newtown Ln., East Hampton,

The brand’s biggest Hamptons location is open year-round and offers both cycling and FlyBarre classes. 65 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton,

JB Yoga and KamaDeva Yoga
Popular instructor Jessica Bellofatto’s studio, KamaDeva, offers a huge variety of quality yoga classes and her personal brand, JB Yoga (pictured, top), is the Hamptons go-to spot for doing SUP sun salutations (as in, you’ll be doing yoga on a paddleboard). 15 Lumber Ln., 2nd Fl, East Hampton,

Silich Core + Strength
This local functional training spot offers a suite of TRX classes (and private training) that focus on conditioning, strength, and calorie-burning. Plus, it pairs the popular workout tool with other things your body might need, like yoga and foam rolling. And depending on the weekend, you might even see a big-name instructor lured out for a special one-off class—Natalia Petrzela, for example, is leading an IntenSati workout Memorial Day weekend. 79 Newtown Ln., East Hampton,

The only place in the Hamptons (besides its sister location, opening in Southampton this July) to hop on a muscle-torturing, body-sculpting Megaformer. 460 Pantiago Rd., East Hampton,

SoulCycle East Hampton
Because you shouldn’t have to drive through any Hamptons town without being able to stop for tap-backs. 68 Newtown Ln., East Hampton,

Tracy Anderson Studio
The celebrity trainer opened this newer, bigger studio in 2015, where you can join the #TAmily in the two perfectly heated (that would be 86 degrees with 69 percent humidity) classrooms. This summer, In addition to rolling out TA VA, a low-impact dance cardio class designed for beginners, the East Hampton location will also play host to skin specialist Eric Bernstein, M.D. for in-house facials, laser hair removal, and more. 30 Park Place, East Hampton,

Truth Training
Choose from a variety of strength and conditioning workouts with functional props like kettlebells, TRX, and rowing machines. After July 4, The Fhitting Room will also host Saturday and, beginning in August, Sunday classes at the studio. 5 Railroad Ave., East Hampton,

Well Within
Whether you’re looking for calming or calorie-burning sessions, this year-old spot has a class for you. Among the offerings? Aromatherapy yoga, Surfset, and “hard-core” Pilates. 135 Springs Fireplace Rd., East Hampton,


Barry's Bootcamp Hamptons
Photo: Barry’s Bootcamp


Barry’s Bootcamp
This Barry’s location has a surfer vibe that reflects its location—and is super convenient for those staying further east. 199 Main St., Amagansett,

Body Tech
This old-school gym has been around since 1990 and has two locations where you can use equipment solo, work with experienced trainers like Ed Cashin, or take group classes like Max Burn and Daily Grind. 249 Main St., Amagansett, 240 Edgemere St., Montauk,

Gurney’s Montauk
For the second annual Summer of Wellth, the popular resort and spa’s oceanside deck gets transformed by Wellthily into an outdoor fitness studio for summer, with Bari, Y7, and other popular New York City spots heading way east for classes. If you don’t need to stick to dry land, Paddle Diva offer SUP lessons, yoga classes, and even “adventure tours.” Just make sure you book all classes through the Wellthily website.  290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk,

Hot’auk Yoga
In case summer isn’t hot enough for you, head to this local spot (owned by the same team behind Hamptons Hot Yoga) right on Montauk Highway for Bikram and hot vinyasa classes. 649 Montauk Hwy., Montauk,

Love Yoga
Montauk’s favorite (beachy) yoga space is chic and cozy and comes with a stellar instructor roster, from Yoga Shanti alum Leah Kinney to beloved Sky Ting instructor Kumi Sawyers. 83 S. Elmwood Ave., Montauk,

Montauk Yacht Club
It’s not just sweat that might be getting you wet at the Elements Fitness-led barre and fitness classes running through summer—they’re all done on SUP boards. 32 Star Island Rd., Montauk,

New York Pilates
Expect a steady flow of stylish, tattooed, downtown New York City denizens to take their place at one of 10 reformers at the popular Pilates spot’s first official studio out east. The brand new, beachfront space, which is in collaboration with Gurney’s, offers both group and private classes—all with seriously impressive ocean views. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk,

Sole East
The popular resort is partnering with Elements Fitness to offer Power Yoga classes on a private deck on Saturday and Sunday mornings. 90 Second House Rd., Montauk,

Although it’s only a year old, classes are regularly packed at this former Montauk movie theater-turned cycling spot, and the massive studio comes with stadium-seating. 15 S. Edgemere St., Montauk,

The Surf Lodge
Get fit on the deck overlooking pretty Fort Pond with pop-workout events offered throughout the summer with cool city brands like Xtend Barre and AKT in Motion. 183 Edgemere St., Montauk,

Grab a group and head to The Surf Club at Montauk for a team spin at the New York City cycling studio’s soon-to-open summer location. Through Labor Day, the fully built-out studio (filled with 27 bikes) will be offering classes Thursday through Monday. 20 Surfside Ave., Montauk,

Yoga Lila
Locally-owned, open year-round, and set right in the center of town, Yoga Lila offers studio classes in a variety of styles, plus SUP Yoga group classes and private sessions on the water. 12 S. Etna Ave., Montauk,

When in doubt, pack a pair of cropped leggings. And no matter your workout, you’ll definitely want to make sure you’re properly supplied with some protective sunscreen—these are our favorite all-natural options.