Wellness Week Wrap Up

This past weekend, we wrapped up Hamptons Wellness Week with wellness, workouts, and warriors by the water. It was an amazing way to end a wonderful week of wellness thanks to the participants, businesses, and brands that showed up in the name of wellness and well-being!

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We kicked off the day with a kick-ass Core Fusion Cardio class thanks to Elisabeth Halfpapp, co-founder of Exhale Spa! We punched, planked, and sweat our way through, overlooking the beautiful salty waves and blue sky…what a way to start the day!

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Between classes, we fit in a panel discussion about staying healthy and well in the Hamptons all summer long. Meet the experts: Anastasia Gavalas of Hamptons Wellness Week and Wing It, OHH’s founder/EIC, Kiley DeMarco, Debra Halpert of Hamptons Magazine, and Elisabeth Halfpapp of Exhale. So, what is the secret to enjoying the Hamptons while staying healthy? Balance, moderation, and indulging in local goodness, food and wine included. As Wellthily put it, “everything in moderation, even moderation.” So, ditch the diet, live with intention, enjoy every day, and make your own rules. If you’re not sure how or where to start, we’re here for you.

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Wonderful women, wellness, workouts, and wings!

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Left to right: Elisabeth Halfpapp, Kiley DeMarco, Debra Halpert, and Anastasia Gavalas

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We moved on to a live DJ yoga class with local duo Leigh Anne Eberle and DJ Ray Jarrell. The storm held out for this beautiful hour of rhythm, flowing, stretching, dancing, and reflecting.

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Aly Teich of The Sweat Life, Lisa Hayim of The Well Necessities, Kiley, and Suzie Baleson of Wellthily

Post-workouts, we chatted and snacked on Lisa’s Hugly (the healthy + ugly) cookies YUM! Sunday’s programming started with a “Yoga in the Vines at the Beach” class with OHH’s Erica Velazquez. We woke up with a beautiful vinyasa flow, reaching for the blue skies above.

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Transitioning from tranquility to toning, we jumped right into Core Fusion Barre by the beach with Rachel Feldman (below) of Exhale. The backdrop made each pulse a bit less painful and the ocean breeze made the hot summer sunshine not only bearable, but beautiful.

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The entire weekend was full of gratitude for wellness, well-being, bonding, fitness, friendships, (new and old) strength, sunshine, and this amazing place we’re lucky enough to call home. From the weather to the workouts, and of course, the wellness warriors, we were blessed.

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OHH models left to right: Jessica Pope, Kiley DeMarco, Cristina Thorp, and Beverly McGrath

One Healthy Breakdown: Happy summer! There’s no denying it’s going to be the best one yet!

 

 

*We’re planning more awesome wellness events in the Hamptons throughout July and August, email kiley@onehealthyhamptons.com to collaborate!

*OHH tanks are SOLD OUT, but the good news is that we’re ordering more! Email kiley@onehealthyhamptons.com to purchase yours today!

Hamptons Wellness Week’s Signature Bai-Tini

photo(172)Last weekend, we wrapped-up Hamptons Wellness Week’sEase into the Season” at Page at 63 Main. We celebrated a fabulous week of pampering, wellness, self-care, community, connection, and much more. What a week it was!

To all of you who participated, sponsored, spread the word, reaped the benefits, offered great deals and amazing services, tried new things, and focused on YOU during Hamptons Wellness Week, THANK YOU! And a special thanks to Page at 63 Main, one of my very favorite restaurants around the Hamptons for good reason. Located right in Sag Harbor Village, Page is incredibly in-tune with wellness, freshness, and serving the community right. Right along with Page’s value for both wellness and fun, the “Bai-tini” was born. Bai is a tasty, healthy, natural, and low-calorie antioxidant drink that makes for a great refresher anytime of day and happens to mix great for cocktails too! With our Bai-tinis in hand, we raised our glasses and “clinked” to an amazing summer to come! Join us in “easing into the season” with your own homemade Bai-tini:

Hamptons Wellness Week’s Signature Bai-tini by Page at 63 Main:

  • Fill martini glass 2/3 full with Molokai Coconut Bai
  • Add 1 shot Prairie Organic Vodka
  • Infuse with orange oil and an orange peel twist

One Healthy Breakdown: cheers to wellness and a well-balanced summer!

“Ease into the Season” with Us!

Woman Soaking Her FeetWhat’s better than some well-deserved R&R?! It’s been a busy winter and spring brings nothing but possibility! Personally, I could sure use a massage, a nap, and a personal assistant…and I know I’m not the only busy bee in town! Since I misplaced my magic wand, I’ll have to just get back to work and sit tight until Hamptons Wellness Week, when the real relaxing will take place ALL week long! Luckily, May is just around the corner!

Just in time for Mother’s Day, we’re “Easing into the Season” with over 30 locations to get pampered and well from Montauk to Westhampton Beach! Click here to view the full list of participating spas, salons, wellness providers, experts, and HUGE discounts, 50% off or MORE!

Signing-up is as easy as a click of a button! You can purchase your voucher HERE (only $28 per person for unlimited discounts throughout the week!) or stop into Bliss Sleep Center in Watermill, e Day Spa and Salon in Hampton Bays, or Gloria Jewel’s shop in Bridgehampton to get your voucher today.

Masseuse Massaging Young Man Lying on Table Closed EyesThat’s some serious R&R! So, check out hamptonswellnessweek.com, get your voucher today, mark your calendar for May 3rd-10th, and start booking your appointments! Plan the week around your schedule, but be sure to pencil in time to party as we’ll wrap-up the week at Page at 63 Main on Saturday, May 10th! Easing into the season couldn’t be easier when you participate in Hamptons Wellness Week! Let the “easing” begin!

One Healthy Breakdown: The only way to prep your mind, body, and soul for another crazy Hamptons summer!

RELAX…here’s why you must!

relaxDid you know that April is National Stress Awareness Month? Stress can really bring us down, which is why we’re talking about the importance of relaxing and decompressing to be our best selves. Here are few important benefits of relaxing and rejuvenating:

  • Relaxation boosts the immune system, which lowers incidence of illness
  • Relaxation aids decision-making skills (stress clouds our judgement and reason)
  • Relaxation boosts memory and other cognitive functions
  • Relaxation stabilizes mood and stimulates the pleasure response, which enhances contentment and greatly reduces rate of depression
  • Relaxation decreases blood pressure
  • Relaxation promotes weight maintenance (stress increases appetite and cortisol)
  • Relaxation often results in better, deeper, uninterrupted sleep
  • Relaxation provides us with more energy overall
  • Relaxation does wonders for clear skin
  • Relaxation makes us feel GREAT!

EITSGood news, relaxing and rejuvenating the mind, body, and soul is now more accessible than ever! Hamptons Wellness Week is returning, bigger and better than ever! This time around, the week is PACKED with amazing offers from local spas, salons, and wellness providers to get us all relaxed and ready to “Ease into the Season.” Mark your calendar because May 3rd kicks off a wellness week like NO other. Stay tuned to hamptonswellnessweek.com for details coming soon and be sure to check our daily updates on Hamptons Wellness Week’s Facebook Page!

One Healthy Breakdown: we all deserve a little R & R before summer craziness!

Bask in Your Mask, At Home!

Love that post-facial feel? Why not save a little money and time by making your own natural face masks? This way, you can feel good about the ingredients and maybe even multitask by getting something done around the house (yes, a snooze, bath, or TV show counts as something!) while you bask in your mask! Try these masks over the next few weeks to rejuvenate skin after a long summer of sunshine!

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Moisture Mask: Combine 1 whole avocado, 1 teaspoon olive oil, and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. Blend or mash until smooth. Add a teaspoon of sea salt for added exfoliation (optional, best for oily skin.) Apply mask to face and let sit 15-20 minutes. Wash face with warm water and pat dry.

Pore Shrinker: Apply egg whites evenly to face (use one egg’s whites or about a tablespoon out of carton, preferably pasteurized.) Let dry on face about 10 minutes and wash with a gentle cleanser and warm water. Face will feel a bit stiff and pores will be instantly smaller. Also helps fight blemishes!

Revitalization Recipe: Combine one part fresh-squeezed orange juice, one part milk, and two parts honey. Apply evenly to face and let soak for 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water.

OrangesOne Healthy Breakdown: who said a facial has to cost an arm and a leg? Just open your fridge and facial away today!

*consult a doctor before trying if you have sensitive skin or food allergies.