Beginning July 13, Hamptons fitness and health aficionados who purchase a Hamptons Wellness Week pass can take advantage of a number of discounts and free classes at participating studios, outdoor sports businesses, spas and juice companies.
The $45 ticket, available at hamptonswellnessweek.com, provides access to classes—eight maximum—at a number of locations, plus 50 percent off unlimited spa and wellness services, and 50 percent off juices and smoothies across the Hamptons.
Affiliated studios include Barry’s Bootcamp, Pure Barre, Hamptons Hot Yoga and HOTauk Yoga, Wölffer Yoga in the Vines, Hampton Racquet, Cinema Cycle, Mandala Yoga, Minardi Training, Studio 89, Elements Fitness Studio and CrossFit Hamptons, among others. Hamptons Wellness Week begins this Sunday, July 13 and continues through July 20. Reservations are required and can be made by contacting the preferred studio or spa once you purchase a ticket.
“Hamptons Wellness Week is a platform for connection over something positive in the community,” says Kiley Sabatino of One Healthy Hamptons, who founded Hamptons Wellness Week with friend Anastasia Gavalas. “People get to try new things, businesses get to meet new people,” she adds, noting that the week helps participants form connections with people who they might never have met.
Proceeds from the week benefit the Wing It Project, a 501c non-profit founded by Gavalas that funds educational opportunities for people around the world. Thus far, Sabatino says that the Wing It Project has afforded nine girls in Uganda an education, an opportunity that was not otherwise available to them.
This is the third Wellness Week that the duo have hosted—the first, in January of this year, was all fitness. The second, in May, focused on spas and wellness, but didn’t include the classes. “We joined the two this time,” says Sabatino. “It’s everything wellness that you can imagine.”