Things To Do In Syosset

Craft-Beer Tasting for Two or Four at Oyster Bay Brewing Company (52% Off)

Oyster Bay Brewing Company

Oyster Bay

Seasonal beers crafted from ingredients from around the world; brewmasters will be onsite for questions

$29 $14

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Three Personal Training Sessions or One Month of Unlimited MMA and Karate Classes at Kicks Karate (Up to 52% Off)

Kicks Karate

Oyster Bay

A black-belted sensei leads groups through MMA exercises that build muscle tone; personal training sessions provide one-on-one guidance

$99 $49

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Baking or Dinner-Cooking Class for One or Two at Oh My Girls! (Up to 58% Off)

Oh My Girls!

Syosset

Girls age 8–18 learn to bake health-conscious desserts or prepare nutritious dinners

$32 $15

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$102 for Adult Boot Camp – 3 Month Membership ($185 value)

Long Island Sports Hub

Syosset

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$185 $102

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Four, Six, or Eight Weeks of Kids' Martial-Arts Classes at Oyster Bay Family Karate (Up to 81% Off)

Oyster Bay Family Karate

Oyster Bay Family Karate

Instructors teach children the principles of shotokan, a martial art that emphasizes discipline, fitness, and self-respect

$149 $29

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10 or 15 Yoga and Pilates Classes at Absolute Yoga (Up to 63% Off)

Absolute Yoga

Woodbury

Studio offers more than 50 classes each week spanning Pilates and many yoga styles, such as prenatal, Yin, and Vinyasa

$170 $69

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Two Hours of Jump Time for Two or Four at Bounce! Trampoline Sports (Up to 54% Off)

Bounce! Trampoline Sports

Syosset

Trampoline courts encourage leaps, flips, basketball slam-dunks, and cushioned falls into a foam pit

$64 $35

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10-Class Pack or 200-Hour Hot Yoga Teacher Training at Yoga Oasis‎ (Up to 76% Off)

Yoga Oasis‎

Woodbury

Instructors guide students through asanas, or teach them how to lead sessions themselves with 200 hours of training

$200 $49

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$25 for a Two-Hour Kids' Intro to Tennis at Sportime ($40 Value)

Sportime

Multiple Locations

During the two-hour session, pros introduces kids aged 10 and younger to tennis through drills and games; followed by pizza

$40 $25

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Most children revel in playing video games, but it's often characterized as the antithesis of getting fit, what with all the endless hours of sitting idly and guzzling soft drinks. However, Fit Fusion Interactive's innovative instructors have managed to seamlessly integrate the two into their high-intensity martial-arts training program. To add an element of excitement and fun into getting fit and learning self-defense techniques, they utilize video-gaming fitness equipment. The stationary game bikes challenge cyclers with simulated on-screen hills, and the video game Dance Dance Revolution motivates dancers to work up a sweat to thumping tunes as they face off against imaginary opponents, who hail from the rival dance crew that served you at the soda-pop fountain last April.

To help their adult clients reach their fitness goals, these instructors also lead fitness classes such as karate classes and Fusion, which blends techniques from kickboxing, Pilates, and boot-camp classes. During Fitness Arcade sessions, students can take a break from all the fit-getting and compete against players from all over the world in the latest video games.

When players achieve a new level of fitness, they earn a colored bracelet to signify that they're moving up in Fit Fusion Interactive's ranking system. It is similar to the belt system in traditional martial-arts classes but made up of 15 levels, and students advance by acing physical challenges, passing tests of health knowledge, and slaying hydras with well-timed kickboxing moves. In addition to the classes and signature training program, kids and adults flock to the center for services such as personal training, parties, and special events.

67 W Main St
Oyster Bay,
NY
US

To earn a black belt in Krav Maga?the official self-defense system of the Israeli Defense Forces, or IDF?Dr. Michael Blitz studied under the style's foremost experts, including Grandmaster Haim Zut and U.S. Chief Instructor Darren Levine. After more than 16 years of practice and 500 hours of instructor training, he was eager and willing to pass on the techniques to others. He has trained military security personnel in the U.S. and New Zealand as well U.S. Air Marshals, police officers, and civilians and taught New York City corrections officers at multiple correctional facilities. Under his supervision, only nationally and internationally certified instructors helm Krav Maga classes at KMLI (Kombat Masters of Long Island).

Dr. Blitz's impressive resum? underscores the real-life relevancy of his class curriculum. Grouped by skill level, the Krav Maga lessons condition physiques as they impart self-defense strategies, emphasizing explosive and decisive maneuvers. The techniques are meant to guard against single, multiple, armed, and unarmed assailants, a goal that rallies Blitz and his team to raise the empowering cry, "Refuse to be a victim." Some of these techniques have been displayed when KMLI's Blitz Krav Maga was featured on News 12 Long Island.

233 Robbins Ln.
Syosset,
NY
US

Absolute Yoga's instructors uphold the studio’s mission to "make yoga readily accessible to every body" by guiding pupils through more than 50 classes ranging in style and difficulty level each week. Within two separate practice spaces, studio owner Leslie Luft and her band of certified instructors lead a wide variety classes, from prenatal yoga for expecting mothers to core-strengthening Pilates sessions and yoga classes rooted in more meditative modalities. To further foster a close community of health and wellness, Absolute Yoga hosts intensive workshops that help attendees expand their understanding of specific subjects such as inversion and balancing poses and holistic baby-food making.

1 Guilles Ln
Woodbury,
NY
US

Every seat inside Canterbury's Oyster Bar & Grill gives diners the feeling they’re sitting inside a special kind of time capsule. That’s because all the surrounding walls are covered with historical photographs of Oyster Bay’s history. Because the restaurant has been around for more than 30 years, this reverence for the past turns meals into a timeless experience; diners may even eat some of the same oyster dishes that originally made the area a haven for seafood lovers. Guests will find the menu full of signature ocean treats, from raw and baked oysters done in myriad preparations to seafood towers that combine the likes of lobster, tuna sashimi, and other delicacies into shareable feasts. Filet mignon and parmesan-crusted chicken get all the same careful attention in the kitchen as the seafood, with careful presentations and bedtime stories every night.

46 Audrey Ave
Oyster Bay,
NY
US

New York Sports Clubs, part of Town Sports International's network of fitness loci, opens up a number of equipment-stocked facilities across New York to exercisers. Strength-training gear, such as circuit machines, free weights, and medicine balls, molds muscles into chiseled depictions of physical might. Sessions on cardio machines, ranging from treadmills and ellipticals to upright and recumbent stationary bicycles, inspire burnt calories to pack up and move to cooler climates. Each club offers a schedule of group classes that draws from more than 100 fitness styles, including Pilates, yoga, and boxing, ensuring that no member has to jazzercise without a spotter. Each location rewards exercisers for sweating in its vicinity with special features such as babysitting, saunas, and steam rooms.

49 Ira Rd
Syosset,
NY
US

The soft light of the setting sun creeps across the water. Above the placid reflection, a paddle boarder floats silently. These quiet moments are what Step Into Liquid's instructors hope to give to their pupils. Along the north and south shores of Long Island, they help groups balance atop boards during lessons or tours, which pass by resplendent coastal homes. The personal watercrafts also serve as floating mats for on-water yoga workouts, which call students to stretch their muscles and strengthen their cores.

State Boat Ramp
Oyster Bay,
NY
US