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East Hampton Health & Beauty

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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.
Tracy Anderson Method (Closed)
30 Park Pl., East Hampton
Tracy Anderson is a Hamptons local, and her coveted East Hampton studio is home to the fitness maverick’s latest innovation—the Anderson Moto Air Pro Reformer. (You need to see this swish full-body workout contraption to believe it.) Available exclusively to clients of the studio, one trainer will lead a class where every participant exercises on individual reformers. Dance cardio sessions and private training are still available at this studio and the Water Mill location. Plus, non-members can book off-site private sessions with Anderson’s trainers throughout the summer season.
SUP Yoga at JBYoga (Closed)
15 Lumber Ln., East Hampton
Other than the obvious novelty factor, the beauty of standup paddle board yoga (all the usual sun salutations and poses, but on water) is that it forces you to really engage your core. At JBYoga's "floating studios" in Sag Harbor and East Hampton, each class begins with a crash course in paddling before launching into the practice, so SUP virgins need not be intimidated. Each $75 class includes a board and paddle. Solid-ground classes are also available.