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The Hamptons Health & Beauty

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Tracy Anderson (Closed)
32 Star Island Rd., Montauk
TA has year-round studios in East Hampton and Water Mill, but for the first time, Tracy Anderson Method classes will be offered on the far end of the island, too, with a pop-up studio at the Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina that’s open eight weeks this summer, beginning July 1st. You don’t need a membership for group classes here (they're $45 each), and you can also can sign up for private training sessions. P.S. For the ultimate TA experience, check out the two viTAlity weeks she's doing in the Hamptons this summer.
Naturopathica
74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton
Enormous, airy, and right off Route 27 for easy access, this multi-level spa is famous for its massive blue apothecary cabinets stocked with organic herbs, health-supporting teas, exquisite skincare, and giant glass tincture dispensers. We love the soft linens, textured walls, and the impressive lineup of treatments, especially the facials. The De-Stress facial incorporates chocolate vine (a traditional Korean herb), marshmallow root extract, and soothing lymphatic massage to nourish and glowify skin.
Namaste
We're pretty sold on this concept: Namaste, a self-titled "wellness concierge," will send massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga teachers, and the like to your home or hotel room through one quick email or text—even for same day, last-minute appointments or corporate retreats. They’ve spent more than a decade looking for the best practitioners around, a rolodex rigor that means you won’t be disappointed. Prices are commensurate with what you’d pay in a nice spa ($150-$250/hr), but with the convenience of an at-home treatment. They currently serve New York, The Hamptons, Palm Beach, Aspen, Connecticut, Los Angeles, and San Francisco—plus all the corresponding ‘burbs. If this is the wellness model of the future, we couldn’t be bigger fans.