09/24/14 11:00am

Emily Bosworth running away

Bathing suit season may be over, but that doesn’t mean your body has to stop moving. Let’s face it, the treadmill in the corner of your living room isn’t cutting it, and there are more exciting ways to stay active this fall. From nature trails to special classes to fitness challenges, here are some fun ways to stay fit in Riverhead. (more…)

12/03/13 2:21pm
Photo by Kendra McCarrick Beavis

Photo by Kendra McCarrick Beavis

Amid the distraction of all things holly and jolly, it’s easy to put health concerns on the back burner during the holidays. The season of thanks and generosity also happens to be a time of indulgence—lavish dinner spreads, delectable baked goods and lots of sweets. Considering all the temptations, it’s common to forget about the basics that maintain proper health the rest of the year. We asked some area health experts to offer a few morsels of advice on staying well this holiday season—in both body and mind. (more…)

09/09/13 12:35pm
north fork paddleboard yoga

Photo by Barbaraellen Koch | April Yakaboski and Rachel Goodale at an Arial Fitness Paddleboard Yoga class.

Walk up to Shelter Island’s Crescent Beach on a Saturday afternoon and you’ll see a group of people seemingly standing on the water, their bodies stretched and bent in yoga poses.

For more and more North Forkers looking for a workout, paddleboard yoga has become the latest passion. (more…)

04/09/13 9:13pm

BARBARAELLEN KOCH FILE PHOTO | Peconic River Yoga will be moving from downtown Riverhead to a larger storefront on Main Road in Aquebogue.

The name won’t change, but one downtown Riverhead business is moving to a bigger storefront. Peconic River Yoga will be leaving the riverfront to an Aquebogue storefront next month, the yoga studio announced Monday.
Peconic River Yoga will move into the building connected to “Esprit De France,” a boutique store on Main Road, three miles east of its current location, on May 15.