A socially-distant summer is kicking off but the question remains: are businesses opening their doors? When it comes to outdoor fitness, the answer is “yes.”
Luckily, thanks to the beauty of East End’s natural landscapes, certain companies are welcoming patrons and abiding by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s guidelines to keep everyone safe. Here’s a list, with more expected to be added as the weeks roll on, of where to get your socially-distant sweat on.
Get on the water with Paddle Diva, now open for sessions out of Shagwong Marina in East Hampton, and JB Yoga is taking its stand-up paddle boarding, mobile from Southampton to Montauk. Both companies ensure full board sanitation between sessions and are limiting paddle capacity to comply with regulations. Visit www.paddlediva.com and www.jbyoga.com for more information.
Solntse Yoga has transitioned from Zoom to spacious in-person sessions at Long Island Sports Park in Calverton. The next class is Friday, May 29, at 3 PM, and there are plans to continue with more. Sign up at www.solntseyoga.com.
Rich Decker is bringing AWATfit to you in a pickup truck filled with all the equipment needed for natural body weight resistance training. All equipment is washed down between sessions. Sign at www.awatfit.com.
Turn up the competition at East Hampton Indoor Tennis, now open for private sessions at its courts. Visit www.ehit.club for more information.
You can also ride around Montauk through a new bike rental app service based out of Montauk Surf and Sports — Ryde Montauk. For more information visit www.rydemontauk.com.