Hamptons Wellness Week, an event that debuted in January and happened again in May, is beginning its third run this Sunday. This Wellness Week is the first to include deals on both fitness classes and spa treatments. Participants will also be able to take advantage of summer sports offers. Twenty-five fitness studios, 18 spa providers and 4 summer sports providers are participating in the event.
Kiley Sabatino of One Healthy Hamptons e-magazine and Anastasia Gavalas of the Wing It Project founded the event together out of a mutual desire to better the community. A portion of the proceeds go to the Wing It Project, a nonprofit organization that funds education opportunities around the world. Last year, the organization was able to send nine girls in Uganda to school.
Tickets to the upcoming Wellness Week cost $45 and allow participants to take any eight fitness classes, without additional charge, at participating studios and gyms. Participants can only enroll in one class per studio, and reservations are required for all classes. The ticket also entitles holders to 50 percent off spa treatments and summer sports like paddleboarding and tennis lessons with participating venders. Among the Wellness Week providers are Barry's Bootcamp and Mandala Yoga in Amagansett; the Y.M.C.A., Dancehampton, Silich Core Strength, KamaDeva Yoga, Elements Fitness Studio, the Body Shop, and Fitist Collective in East Hampton, and HOTauk Yoga, Cinema Cycle, and Yoga Lila in Montauk.
Tickets can be purchased online at hamptonswellnessweek.com, where a complete list of studios and providers is available.