Find fitness—and inner peace—at these popular indoor and outdoor yoga spaces.
Colleen Saidman Yee and Rodney Yee lead alignment-based classes at Yoga Shanti.
This studio offers three versions of yoga: restorative, traditional, and vigorous. Exhale’s latest workout, offered at Exhale Bridgehampton, is an intense cardio-barre hybrid. “It’s a fun, sweaty, fat-burning, musclesculpting combo class that transforms your entire body,” says cofounder Elisabeth Halfpapp. 2415 Main St., Bridgehampton, 212-561-6400
Good Ground Yoga
Hampton Bays’ two-year-old Good Ground Yoga offers a free night of yoga every Friday. “I am so thrilled to bring yoga and wellness to the community I live in,” says Leslie Pearlman, owner and director. 107-5 Montauk Hwy., Hampton Bays, 594-5050
Hamptons Hot Yoga and Hot’auk Yoga
“De-puff, de-pudge, de-stress, de-tox, and de-age” is the mantra at Hamptons Hot Yoga and Hot’auk Yoga, which offers disciplines from Bikram to Hot Vinyasa. “From your first session, you tingle from head to toe, your blood is flowing, your mind is clear, you are full of breath, and you feel alive,” says founder and director, LienetteCrafoord. Hamptons Hot’auk Yoga, 649 Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 668-8585; Hamptons Hot Yoga, 2415 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 537-9642
The KamaDeva Yoga studio reflects owner Jessica Bellofatto’s love of the ocean. “I want it to feel like you are in the water,” she says of the space. Try the signature KamaDeva Yoga Open class in the studio or jump in the water for yoga on paddleboards with Paddle Diva. 15 Lumber Lane, Ste. D, East Hampton, 604-1382
A Yoga Space Director of Yoga Sian Gordon leads Vinyasa flow classes; Love also offers surf and yoga combos, retreats, private lessons, and on August 16, a beachfront fête. “We are launching KassiaMeador’s new wetsuit line,” says Gordon. “There will be a beach cleanup in the morning and a party in the evening.” 83 S. Elmwood Ave., Montauk, 668-8068
One Ocean Yoga
Visit Channing Daughters Winery for yoga in the vineyard. “It’s heaven out here,” says John Seelye, founder of One Ocean Yoga. “Just by arriving, it imbues you with a serenity.” One Ocean Yoga hosts the internationally known Krishna Das, who will be leading a Kirtan concert on August 23 and a workshop on August 24. 1927 Scuttle Hole Road, Bridgehampton, 537-5522
POE (Peace on Earth) Yoga “is a place where beginners and advanced yogis can come to escape their everyday stress, and connect their mind and body,” says founder Sunshine Daidone, whose studios use a radiant heat system that provides regenerative “vital rays” to restore your body. 3 Railroad Ave., East Hampton, 908-672-1015
The Yoga House
The summer months are “the perfect time to begin a yoga practice or deepen it,” says owner Kara Billingham. “The longer, light-filled days bring the ability for the mind to open and invite more happiness in.” The Yoga House also offers massage with Valerie Pease and special events such as beach yoga, SUP yoga, and fun and informative workshops. 13 W. Montauk Hwy., Hampton Bays, 566-8816
With more than 15 years in Sag Harbor, Colleen Saidman Yee offers well-sequenced and alignment-based classes here and in her newest location in Westhampton Beach. “On August 23, we have world renowned yoga scholars Richard Rosen and Jim Mallinson presenting class, lecture, and film,” says Yee. 32 Bridge St., Sag Harbor, 725-6424; 132-6 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 905-5588