Anna Haddad ditched her demanding job on Wall Street to follow her true passion for yoga.
Anna Haddad practices morning yoga on the beach.
ONEYOGAHOUSE founder and yogi Anna Haddad knew she wanted to open a studio just steps from the beach in Montauk. “I wanted to expand the studio in communities that bring me joy, where I fell deeply in love with the things thattruly matter,” says Haddad. ONEYOGAHOUSE offers dynamic Iyengar- inspired vinyasa flow classes taught by the studio’s talented teachers. The new Montauk location, as well as the Brooklyn studio, features meditation, restorative yoga, yoga nidra, hot classes and even a prenatal class. As the pandemic has halted yogis from practicing, ONEYOGAHOUSE offers a virtual 75-minute livestream class once a day, as well as on-demand classes. Once it officially opens, the studio will feature germ-killing equipment like air-purifying fans and UV hand sanitizing stations to ensure health and safety. If you want to treat yourselfaprès-sweat, check out its selection of luxury skincare and high-end activewear to sportduring your next yoga class. This fall, ONEYOGAHOUSE will host a collaboration with the stylish Montauk Beach House for a long weekend yoga retreat from Sept. 24 to 27. Classes from $30, 83 S. Elmwood Ave., Montauk, oneyogahouse.com
Photography by: Hannah Morrill