New York City’s Best New Fitness Destinations
New York Pilates
Less than a year after opening its second studio, New York Pilates is expanding yet again, this time to the Bowery. Two large sun-filled rooms ensure that the wait list won’t fill up quite as quickly as usual, and a new “BurnOut” class, exclusive to this location, promises to give you your hardest Pilates workout yet. Stay tuned for partnerships with Live the Process and Outdoor Voices.
262 Bowery, 2nd Floor
This popular L.A. fitness destination opened its Tribeca doors last month. Offering heated vinyasa classes set to music ranging from the Rolling Stones to Bruno Mars, the new studio features reclaimed wood sourced from Sag Harbor and chilled lavender-scented towels.
406 Broadway, 3rd Floor
Situated in Tribeca, Tracy Anderson’s newest branch—a sprawling, tri-level 4,000-plus-square-foot studio—offers her signature dance cardio classes, private training, and a men’s program, available on a membership or per-class basis. Uptown dwellers, take heart: Word on the street is that Anderson will be expanding to 59th Street in early 2017.
271 Church Street, Manhattan
Trapeze enthusiasts can now fly year-round, thanks to Trapeze School’s new indoor location in South Williamsburg. In addition to its signature trapeze sessions, here you’ll also find classes in aerial acrobatics involving silk ropes, hoops, and trampolines.
30 Tompkins Avenue, Brooklyn
This popular destination for Manhattan-based yogis has finally crossed the bridge. The new Dumbo outpost comes equipped with room-warming infrared panels, showers, and steam rooms to maximize your post-savasana bliss.
55 Prospect Street, #104, Brooklyn