Elements Fitness and PopUpSummer! are excited to announce their partnership to create an oasis at the 1 Hotel South Beach during Art Basel. The street level shop will be open on November 29 through December 3rd from 8am to 6pm. The PopUp will feature renowned barre and dance fusion signature classes, private training, styles from the hottest fitness and athleisure wear brands, jewelry, bags, sun visors, hats, hair styling, make up and beauty products from the new Salótto salon, give-aways and much more.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (MIAMI, FLORIDA) — Elements Fitness and PopUpSummer! are excited to announce their partnership to create an oasis at the 1 Hotel South Beach during Art Basel. The street level shop will be open on November 29 through December 3rd from 8am to 6pm.
Elements Fitness and PopUpSummer! are excited to announce their partnership to create an oasis at the 1 Hotel South Beach during Art Basel. The street level shop will be open on November 29 through December 3rd from 8am to 6pm.
Elements Fitness is a fitness, wellness and life style brand featuring boutique fitness studio locations, corporate and hospitality fitness activations, and on location small group and private training. The brand features a signature class series centered around functional training, barre, dance, and hiit training that serves as the foundation for all of the fitness and wellness classes.
Elements Fitness, a barre and dance-fusion studio on East Hampton's Newtown Lane, will show its appreciation for local teachers and employees with a discounted barre fitness class on Tuesday and discounts on class package purchases that day and through the end of the month.
As summer wraps up (we still have another week, people!) and the barre phenomenon remains in full swing, barre lovers have found themselves applying this core workout and ballet-based strength-training approach to all elements of their day, even on the water.
Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger, Professional Dancer, Personal Trainer and Founder and Director of barre and dance studio Elements Fitness, uses bands to help her clients with strength training. “Bands help to build muscle because they create resistance without adding dead weight (like with a weight or kettle bell),”...
Elements combines barre and dance fusion spread out over three stories, offering an athleisure boutique onsite in case you left your Vimmia yoga pants in the city. If you can’t make it, they’ll be popping up at the Ram’s Head Inn in Shelter Island, the Maidstone in East Hampton and Sole East Resort in Montauk.
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.
East Hampton's studio, which draws Kirsten Dunst, has moved into a larger space, adding hybrid barre and high-intensity interval classes.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
The synergy between two East Hampton fitness centers could be elevating to “exercise mecca” status this May as Elements — currently across the parking lot from Soulcycle — Moves next door to the popular spin studio on Newtown Lane in East Hampton.
Elements Fitness, the popular East Hampton headquartered barre + dance fusion studio is opening a new space, moving the current studio to the much bigger locale at 68 Newton Lane, and adding lots of great new classes for summer, starting with a cardio boosting, sweat...
“Perfection is a myth, we are all a work in progress, and when facing, a moral, ethical, or business dilemma I always think to myself, what would Madonna do?” - Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger
You don't need a ballet barre or a set of weights to get a good barre-inspired workout. In fact, dancers frequently turn to resistance bands to help them challenge and strengthen key muscles needed for ballet.
Every week Rodale Wellness features rad playlists from rad fitness instructors. This week Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger, founder of Elements Fitness Studio, shares hers with us.
The Hamptons-based Elements Fitness Studio is taking over the the Hatbox event space within the Refinery Hotel (63 W 38th St) between now and January 17th as part of the Wellth Series: Resolutions Refined.
Mix mom’s famous mashed potatoes with an endless string of parties with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres and subtract time to workout. Then add the stress of shopping and an optional dash of family drama and you’ve got a recipe for weight gain this holiday season.
The holiday season is quickly approaching, which as we all know, can easily lead to unwanted weight gain. If you're looking to beat the seasonal bulge, join Elements Fitness Studio for a Pre-Holiday Detox and Cleanse Workshop.
Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger, fitness expert and owner and founder of Elements Fitness Studio in East Hampton, explains why you don't need the barre to feel the burn.
Read the article in the latest Beach Magazine.
Elements Fitness founder Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger chronicles her fascination with fitness on the water.
Pickup a copy of Hamptons Magazine for the full article.
Healthy isn't a goal - it's a way of living. As the trend towards healthy living grows nationally, the Hamptons has become an epicenter of health and wellness programs. From a large range of fitness facilities and programming to several farm-to-table restaurants, the healthy living movement in the Hamptons is prominent, and growing.
We caught up with the founder of Elements Fitness Studio at 66 Newtown Lane in East Hampton, Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger, and discovered that she has moved from the barre to the beach. While vacationing in Hawaii, this fitness expert developed a deep love of paddle boarding. Now, she is transitioning her clients to the water while teaching brisk paddle movement. She explained to us that she is using the board as a mat. Bonus, if you take her class, she'll provide the board and bug spray.
Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger opened Elements Fitness Studio in 2010 on Newtown Lane in East Hampton, creating a relaxed atmosphere that centers its personalized and class based fitness programs around the art of dance.
Ballet and barre based workouts have long...
Elements Fitness Studio in East Hampton, named as one of the top places to sweat in the Hamptons by Well & Good, is bringing the barre to Montauk with a pop up barre fitness class at hot spot The Surf Lodge on Sunday June 28 and Sunday July 5 at 10AM
News 12 Long Island interviews Director of Elements Fitness Studio.
With devotees like Madonna, Kelly Ripa and Natalie Portman, it’s not surprising the popularity of barre workout classes. Barre fitness made its debut in East Hampton last summer with the opening of Elements Fitness Studio on Newtown Lane and now it’s back in 2015! Elements owner Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger and her rocking team of instructors have put together a full schedule of high-energy, customized workouts. So gather your workout buddies and get to it!
Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger personally responds to every phone call and e-mail that comes into Elements Fitness. When the inqurier becomes a client, Fornarola Hunsberger, who serves as the founder, director and master trainer of Elements Fitness in East Hampton, continues to take a personal approach.
Known for its barre classes, East Hampton's Elements Fitness Studio has opened a retail boutique, stocking the top-drawer workout gear its instructors wear in the popular classes, including pieces from Planet Blue, Sonja Roberts and Element's own private label.
Dry ideas for a super sassy bachelorette celebration featuring Elements Fitness Studio and a quote from Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger.
Elements Fitness Studio founder Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger offers these 10 tips to get through the holiday season:
1. Don’t deny yourself at a holiday party! Small tastes of everything at the holiday table, will be better for your waistline rather than denying yourself all night, then bingeing on the sweetest treat you can find at the end of the night.
Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger is the founder and a director of the new Elements Fitness Studio in East Hampton. A professional dancer, music theatre performer, actor, and fitness guru, Andrea has taught the elite and famous, including Kelly Ripa, Sarah Jessica Parker, Parker Posey, Kirsten Dunst, Christy Turlington, and Jessica Seinfeld. We asked her to give us her tips for enjoying the holiday season with health and fitness in mind.
Looking to shake up your fitness routine? Here's a look at new studios and gyms opening in New York City this fall, from a dance cardio workout to fusion barre to a massive training center.
We’ve all been given our fair share of healthy food tips, but we wondered: Did the experts practice what they preached? It turns out, yes. We asked 33 dietitians, fitness experts, skin care gurus like Dr. Brandt and more what the one thing they had to eat every day was. You may be surprised by their answers.
Founded in 2010 by Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger as a dance and fitness consulting company, Elements Fitness Studio in East Hampton specializes in high-energy, customized fitness classes. Classes at Elements Fitness Studio include: Barre Fitness, Dance Cardio, HIIT Fusion and Pre/Post Natal classes.
After a summer spent guzzling rosé, are you getting back to being serious about health and fitness? Great timing: Elements Fitness Studio is offering new fall fitness discounts.
New this year in East Hampton, Elements Fitness Studio is hosting multiple fall fitness discounts. Those who have never tried the innovative barre fitness classes can try their first class for free (available Tuesday–Thursday). Elements is also offering $150 off their unlimited monthly class card, bringing the cost down to $210 if purchased by October 17.
Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger recently opened a year-round Elements Fitness Studio at 66 Newtown Lane in East Hampton. Offering signature barre, hiit fusion, and dance cardio classes, Elements is all about digging into your accessory muscles. Andrea chatted with us about helping her clients ditch the dimples, proper form, and weight loss. Quite honestly, we can't help but love anybody who describes their workouts as, Jane Fonda meets Madonna, meets jumping jacks!
Most fitness lovers are not strangers to the barre craze, but Elements Fitness Studio takes the movement in a new direction—by restricting it. Back in May, the studio opened in East Hampton, the first barre venue in that area. As their tagline says, it is now possible to go straight from the barre to the beach.
"Be strong, sexy, and unstoppable," that's the motto for the all new Elements Fitness in East Hampton. It's certainly how I felt after leaving my first Elements Fitness Barre class last week.
The day after my first Elements Fitness Barre class: legs hurt, arms sore, abs on fire but all in a "I've never felt better" kind of way.
"It's a combination of yoga stretches, pilates mat exercises, and conditioning," noted Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger, who recently opened Elements Fitness Studio. "It's a 60 minute class and works through all the main muscle groups and the accessories muscles."
Want to spice up your summer workout? Head over to Elements Fitness Studio in East Hampton to find unique series of signature classes that combine barre fitness, ballet conditioning, yoga poses, and pilates exercises. Founder Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger (above) is a professionally trained dancer, celebrity trainer, and master fitness instructer. She offers customized programs in pre/post natal fitness, corporate wellness and even bridal boot camps!
This East Hampton fitness newbie is mixing it up with special full moon Stand Up Paddle (SUP) event on July 12th.
The problem with finding an exercise you enjoy that you tend to continue doing it. Or, let me rephrase: You tend to continue doing it, and thus unintentionally devlop some at the expense of others. Runners in partcular are prone to this.
We've looked inside fridges, scoped out desks, spied on closets, poked around vanities, peeked inside handbags- now we've asked key influencers to show us whats inside there gym bags. Check out whats inside Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger's gym, she is a celeb trainer and founder of Elements Fitness Studio
Have you ever been to a barre class? You think it’s going to be a beautiful and ballet-y, with everyone looking lithe and limber while you do some plies and whatnot...
We had Element Fitness Studio’s Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger walk us through nine moves you can do with just that little exercise ball. You can literally do them anywhere — even while watching TV.
Andrea Fornarola Hunsberger has launched a new and exciting Fitness Studio in East Hampton, featuring her signature high energy barre fitness class.
Opening May 9th, Elements Fitness Studio specializes in Barre workouts that combine the be benfits of Ballet Conditioning, Yoga Stretches and Pilates Mat exercises.
"Back in September Susan and I reached our 1 year anniversary as bloggers and though our sweaty adventures have taken us all over the city (and parts of the world) we still get excited when fitness professionals reach out to US to try their class or product and give our humble opinions."
"I am both passionate about Pilates and a creature of habit. I have tried my hand at private sessions and almost every class at Core Pilates NYC, which teaches Pilates in the classical method, for the past three years. An enticing introductory offer, and my sister, convinced...
"We all have the best intentions when it comes to working out, but, sometimes, life just gets in the way. Maybe you overslept, maybe there was wine involved, maybe there was a Criminal Minds marathon on and leaving your couch just seemed like too much effort. (No judgement!)"
"The Manhattan-based Elements Fitness Studio, which currently holds barre, dance cardio, and piloxing classes in Tribeca, is packing its grippy socks and heading to East Hampton for the summer. Opening May 1st, the new studio (at 66 Newtown Lane) will introduce a new fusion class: Elements Cycle Barre, which mixes cycling with cardio and core-centric routines in sessions of 60 or 90 minutes."
The buzz about barre fitness just keeps growing. This summer, you'll be able to go straight from the barre to the beach with the first barre facility in East Hampton, Elements Fitness Studio, set to open May 1