Credit cards at the ready: it's finally summer, so here are all the new-this-year fashion, beauty & fitness, and home/interiors shops in the Hamptons you need to know about.
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
You can get away with sticking sunscreen and a towel in an old tote when you go to Coney Island, but we’re talking about the Hamptons, people. Packing a beach bag here is an art.
Super-fit stars Kelly Ripa and Christy Turlington are known to frequent the barre, dance, and SUP studio Elements Fitness, which has opened a new three-story East Hampton location. Included in the studio’s packed summer schedule is the all-new 50-minute HIIT the Barre class, a high-intensity interval training session.
Elements Fitness, a barre, dance, and stand-up paddleboard studio and fitness company, is moving to a new location in East Hampton and adding more classes there and elsewhere on the South Fork as the season heats up.
The studio, which opened in East Hampton two years ago, has moved from 66 Newtown Lane to a larger, three-story space at 68 Newtown Lane. Elements was founded by Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger, a professional dancer, personal trainer, and entrepreneur.
It's officially summertime in the Hamptons, which means hanging by the pool, sipping Wolffer's Summer in a Bottle, and looking your best. The good news is that there's a new fitness corner in East Hampton that will allow you to sweat at SoulCycle, tone at a Barre class at Elements Fitness and pick up a new outfit from Juja Active − all within walking distance!
Join us for brunch for mimosas & light bites as we bring in the summer and toast to our third season ans brand new studio!
We Will Also Be Raffling Off Class Packages And Hosting A Same Sky Trunk Show!
When: Friday July 15th, 11AM
Where: 68 Newtown Lane, Suite 6 East Hampton
East Hampton's studio, which draws Kirsten Dunst, has moved into a larger space, adding hybrid barre and high-intensity interval classes.
Finding the time to exercise is always easier than it sounds. From hectic days at the office to social obligations, putting on makeup after a quick workout is an afterthought. But you have plans for a nightcap with your best friend you haven’t seen in months. To help you go from barre (or your studio workout of choice) to the bar, I caught up with celebrity trainer and professional dancer Andrea Fornarola-Hunsberger, founder of Elements Fitness Studio in East Hampton.