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  • Tribeca Health & Fitness
    The personal trainers at Tribeca Health & Fitness lead calorie-burning classes and personalized workout regimes inside the pristine three-floor fitness facility outfitted with modern exercise equipment. Nautilus machines and free weights stand ready to help bolster muscle strength, rows of treadmills condition cardiovascular systems, and a fleet of StairMasters sates the human need to endlessly climb stairs. For group sweat sessions, the instructors host Latin-themed Zumba classes, kettlebell exercise sessions, and karate training courses within the bright, stark-white fitness studio. After pumping iron or sweating in fitness classes, patrons can seek out the juice bar, where staff blend nutrient-packed smoothies that replenish lost liquids and nourish tired muscles.
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    107 Chambers St.
    New York, NY US
  • Laughing Lotus Yoga Center
    Dana Flynn and Jasmine Tarkeshi, founders of Laughing Lotus Yoga Center, along with a staff of trained twisters, lead students through the intricacies of their signature Lotus Flow yoga. During the Lotus Flow 1 class, learners of all levels move through 75 or 95 minutes of innovative Vinyasa sequencing with conscious alignment, breath awareness, meditation, and mild levitation. This original style of frame-flexing shepherds amateur yogis through the entire chakra with gentle warmups, sun salutations, creative standing-pose sequences, and deep twists and bends to foster total tranquility and the ability to remove toe rings with your teeth.
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    636 Avenue Of The Americas
    New York, NY US
  • Fitness Therapy BootCamp
    At FITNESS THERAPY BOOTCAMP, we fuse multiple fat-burning fitness techniques into one workout so you can achieve results – fast. Our complete workout system is designed by experts in physical therapy, athletic training, and nutrition. Our goal is to take the stress out of exercising – and get you that flat stomach and the l
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    276 5th Avenue
    New York, NY US
  • Prohibition Spirits Academy of Bartending
    Just because alcohol was outlawed during Prohibition didn't mean that no one drank. In fact, it was often the opposite, with speakeasies cropping up throughout the country and bartenders whipping up old fashioned cocktails such as the Bee's Knees, the Highball, and the Sidecar. These are the kinds of classic recipes high in gin, bourbon, and rebelliousness that are taught at Prohibition Spirits Academy of Bartending. Instead of crafting run-of-the-mill drinks, students learn to recreate the eclectic libations from a bygone era. Their teachers: a quartet who, between them, have owned 12 bars, served as head bartenders at a variety of establishments, and been lauded by Time Out, Gotham Magazine, and Grey Goose. Together, the foursome instills drink knowledge in their students, and offers continuing education courses and job assistance.
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    121 University Place
    Manhattan, NY US
  • Paint Nite NYC
    The creators of Paint Nite started their on-location art parties as a way to bring people together over a mutual love of art and cocktails. Events take place at bars in New York, Los Angeles, and more than 20 other cities, and have been touted by New York Magazine as the Best Friend Date and profiled by The Daily Beast. During each two-hour session, participants create a 16?x20? reproduction of the night's chosen artwork while sipping a beer, mixed drink, or glass of wine purchased from the bar. Paint Nite supplies all other materials, including paint and brushes, canvases, easels, and aprons. They even supply a local artist who guides participants through each step of the painting process, such as choosing a color palette.
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    22-55 31st Street
    Astoria, NY US
  • Soul Cycle
    The spinning wheels of a bicycle take on greater meaning at SoulCycle Union Square. The goal isn’t just a full-body workout or shedding buckets of sweat, but rather to create a “cardio sanctuary” where riders can clear their minds and find inspiration while riding in candlelight. In the Union Square branch of this popular nationwide exercise chain, 57 bikes support up to 13 lessons per day that incorporate core training and upper body work with up to 5-pound weights. However, it’s the community aspect of the workout that has helped make the place one of the hottest trends at the moment. Participation can be a serious financial commitment, and reservations are a must for peak-hour sessions, but there’s certainly no shortage of happy customers willing to pay the price, especially when celebrities like Jake Gyllenhaal clip into the pedals next to you.
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    12 East 18th Street
    New York, NY US
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