The best spas and fitness memberships in the Hamptons for 2021
Holistic practitioner Shannon Conklin was not going to let a global pandemic stop her from opening her 1,200 square foot wellness sanctuary. After years of planning and delays thanks to COVID-19’s annus horribilis, Manhattan’s inner glow guru opened up Organic Edge in Water Mill last July to anyone who can make an appointment, though a membership program is underway.
Nowhere else in the Hamptons can you walk into a spa-like space with a plant wall and receive, for example, a colon (to cleanse the colon), a session in an infrared capsule (say to detoxify and stimulate the colon). metabolism) or targeted cryotherapy (touted to melt fat and firm skin).
New for this season is the Summer Reset package, consisting of two cryo slimming sessions, two colonics and four 30-minute pod appointments. Lazily walk in after 15 months on your couch and walk out as if last year never happened.
Summer Reset Package, $ 1,000. 2, route de Montauk, water mill; 631-488-4086, YourOrganicEdge.com
A hybrid of an emergency care clinic (of which there are few in the Hamptons) and a concierge service, Sollis launched in 2017 with locations in Beverly Hills, Manhattan, Miami – and from Memorial Day, Water Mill.
The first members-only pop-up emergency room already has plenty of celebrities on its roster (Chris Rock, Ben Stiller, Sting, Ralph Lauren) and does a lot more than your average doc-in-a-box. Here, members can take a COVID polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, of course, but also take care of everything from shoulder dislocations from competitive club tennis matches to dehydration from the celebrations. last night. Doctors are available 24/7 for home visits or telemedicine, and there is no limit to the number of visits or panic numbers a member can make.
Die-hard fan Freida Pinto says, “I love that Sollis concierge medicine is so private. It gives me a sense of peace, especially in a profession where there is constant curiosity from the media and the public. (The actor also likes that Sollis provides free health care to New York’s undocumented immigrant community.)
Members take note: The group may even host 30-minute on-site COVID-19 tests at house parties this summer.
Adult subscriptions starting at $ 3,000 per year. 760, Montauk highway, office 2C, water mill; 646-585-6870, SollisHealth.com
Opened in 2017, this spot promises to level up this summer. Somewhere between an exclusive club and a camp for adults and children, the Westhampton shaker-shingle escape emphasizes the Atlantic and all the intense activities it offers.
In addition to new chefs and an expanded menu, the Discovery Land Company-owned beach retreat is expanding its outdoor pursuit offerings to include kitesurfing, wakeboarding, and seaplane service to town.
Only around 200 members have the privilege of spending a carefree day by the sea or by the pool while their children master sailing or horseback riding, while 70 “accommodation” subscriptions offer priority access to the 33 Club suites, where those who don’t have a Hamptons home can spend the night at will (and those who do can return to the in-laws in these board-lined waterfront guesthouses).
Don’t forget to order a glass of Casamigos ice cream from the Deck Bar, which you toss and then throw across the deck in the hopes of hitting a bell target. Huzzah!
Beach Club membership starting at $ 350,000; Hosting membership, $ 2 million. 379 Dune Road, Westhampton Beach; 631-998-0050, DuneDeckClub.com
Tracy Anderson Body Lab @ East Hampton
The star trainer already has two studios in the Hamptons, but this summer she’ll be showcasing her latest gear, the Anderson Moto Air Pro Reformer, only at her East Hampton location (renamed Body Lab) – and you’re going to be hooked afterwards. have tried.
Anderson’s version of the classic Pilates reformer uses no springs or weights, only air to shape precise muscles, repair cell damage, and support spine and joint health.
“Your muscles can become younger and healthier, and your joints can and deserve to be pain free,” says Anderson.
Studio subscriptions provide unlimited access to secure COVID classroom lessons, as well as personalized programming and discounts on personal training sessions. Who knows? You might run into Gwyneth or Madge during a lesson or while waiting for your ride on the Motorcycle. Either way, you can at least show off those lean muscles in public – well.
Monthly subscriptions starting at $ 90. Tracy Anderson Water Mill Studio, 903 Montauk Highway, 631-617-5621; Tracy Anderson Body Lab @ East Hampton, 30 Park Place; 631-604-6529, TracyAnderson.com
Equinox x Hamptons | A club collaboration
The classic Shaker shingle barn teams up with New York’s beloved ‘Chiquinox’ for a summer of indoor and outdoor Tabata and Barre classes, plus personal training and casual coffee.
Open over Memorial Day weekend, the seasonal club invites annual members to upgrade for $ 300 per month (though you are required to commit for the entire season, until Halloween), and even allows some non-members spend $ 750 in order to earn an all-access pass to the escape on Butter Lane in Bridgehampton.
Valet your Range Rover, then step into the barn sounds of mindful workouts emanating from the landscaped courtyard, the lodge with wood accents and equipment, and the group fitness focused atrium. After your MetCon3 class, hang out for a while with a matte white and your new sweaty buddies and top up on vitamin D in the summer sun.
204 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton; equinox.com; 866-332-6549