10 classics in New York City. I’m sure you’ll want to see at least a couple of these.
From the Top of the Rock observationdeck you get to see the Empire State Building.
Grouptraining on a treadmill, what would that be like? I had to try this class.
Going for a walk across the Highline is a must when in New York.
Peace and quiet. Sometimes you really long for that while exploring New York City.
Carnegie Hall. One of the greatest and grandest music venues in the world.
After a while you don’t even hear the sirens, horn-honking cars and the buzz of NYC.
Have you ever heard of the Empire State Building tower lights-calendar?
Spending a summernight on one of the many Rooftop bars just about beats everything.
We stayed in the Aparthotel Sanctuary NYC Retreats above the Stanton Street Yoga Studio.
There I went, to the 3rd floor of Chelsea Piers, to hit golfballs in the Hudson.
A true hit in Manhattan; The Drybar. As they say: no cuts, no color, just blowouts.
A 7 pm yogaclass in a Brooklyn nightclub? Welcome to Deep House yoga.
The first 9,5 K’s through Central Park. Which is very hilly. Did you know that? I do now.
Marathon madness. Yes, it’s really possible to feel joy while you’re running 26.2 miles!
“let’s see how quickly you can move your body from bustle to complete nothingness”.
The BAG organisation is a group of volonteers who want to share their passion for NYC.
This Saturdaymorning a lesson at The Shala Yoga House was on my schedule.
At 8 am, a class given by Tara Stiles herself. Level: strong (oops).
On a sunny Friday on of the Newyorkcitytrippers went Citibiking for a day.
The fun already started at the packet pick-up at Paragon Sports on Friday evening.
In a big bright classroom we met Ximena. A small powerwoman with a soft voice.
And ofcourse we got a little lost, even with the map.
An authentic and traditional yogaschool for both beginners and advanced yogi’s.
There are things in life of which you’re sure that you’ll never ever do, like run a marathon.
They let me in. It’s not who you are but who you know …
Clubbing in New York’s hottest spots in town is not as easy as you’d think it would be.
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