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Visit These Sag Harbor Wellness Hot Spots

BuddhaBerry 125 Main Street
Those of us looking to indulge in a creamy, refreshing sweet should all head here (in Montauk, too) as soon as possible. This café offers waffles, crepes, bubble teas, a candy display, and a full Italian coffee bar, but the real highlight is the vegan frozen yogurt. BuddhaBerry’s treats have five cultures, including three live and active probiotic strains, so you can receive digestive benefits and strengthen your immune system while you indulge in your Hamptons treat. Flavors include Madagascar vanilla, Belgian chocolate, nutella, sweet berry, and coconut variations. 

Breahna Arnold 6 Milton Avenue
Certified Functional Strength Coach Breahna Arnold believes in getting that body you have always dreamed of while training the body for optimal performance both in the gym and in daily life. She keeps training upbeat, fast paced and everchanging so boredom is never an option, from free weights to TRX training to resistance bands and much more. She offers in home training as well as training at many different training facilities from Manhattan to the Hamptons., 631.599.2890 (featured image)

Provisions 7 Main Street
Stop by this natural foods market and organic café for your health food needs. The market provides gluten-free products, frozen foods, organic produce, organic meat and poultry, and vitamins and supplements. The café, a great place to get your vegetable juices and detoxes, features a menu of greens, grains, smoothies, and juices. Try the famous Baby Buddha bowl!

Urban Zen 16 Main Street
This is Donna Karan’s latest concept store, a place to merge mindfulness, food, and fashion. The mission of her Urban Zen Foundation is to create, connect, and collaborate to raise awareness and inspire change by integrating mind, body, and spirit in healthcare and education, while preserving our cultures. The store sells women’s clothes, accessories, home décor, and beauty products. Many of these products are made by artisans in Africa, Haiti, Papua New Guinea, and Uruguay. After checking out the stylish and mindfully curated collection, have a bite to eat at the adjoining Tutto il Giorno.

Yoga Shanti 32 Bridge Street 
A longtime favorite of the East End, Yoga Shanti caters to all levels of yogis. Led by world-renowned teachers Colleen Saidman Yee and Rodney Yee, this studio practices a safe style of yoga, which focuses on alignment, flow, and inquiry. Stop by for classes like Lyengar, Shanti Sweat, and Surfer Yoga. Fans will be pleased to know that Yoga Shanti recently opened in Tribeca, so you can practice with them all year long.