Real Hamptons Beauties: 9 Inspiring Women (August 2012) Manhattan-born actress Christa Miller credits Erika Bloom Pilates as her favorite place to stay in shape in the Hamptons.

Vanity Fair

Wellness Agenda (August 2012) For over 10 years, Erika Bloom and her handpicked instructors have been essential to the Upper East Side fitness landscape. Join them in both the East Hampton and Manhattan studio to achieve body-changing results.


Let's Get Physical (July/August 2012) Celebrities, pro athletes and socialites credit Erika Bloom Pilates Plus for their bodies. Slim down, strengthen, and achieve better posture through proper alignment at the popular Upper East Side studio's first East Hampton location.


Exert with the Experts (August 2012) Make the most of your workout this summer at Erika Bloom's new East Hampton studio.

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Healthy, Fit, and Fabulous (May 2012) Lyss Stern reveals her favorite workout options to keep in shape all season long. Hamptons moms can now add Pilates, Private Yoga, Holistic Health Counseling, and Thai Yoga massage at Erika Bloom to their favorite East Hampton health and wellness regimens.

Beachside Beauty: Summer Spa and Fitness Guide (May 2012) Vogue's summer spa and fitness guide from coast to coast features Erika Bloom's East Hampton studio.

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Refrigerator Look Book: Erika Bloom (May 2011) Erika Bloom, founder of Erika Bloom Pilates Plus on the Upper East Side and mother of two (you would not know she had her second child just this spring), keeps her devoted clientele lean, long, and sculpted. She also keeps an enviable bushel of organic produce and products in her fridge—and a milk section that rivals Whole Foods. We take a tour. You’ve got four types of milk. Who drinks which? During pregnancy and breastfeeding, you get really in touch with what your body needs. I crave milk. My two-year-old drinks it as well. We alternate cow's milk and goat's milk, which is very alkalizing and offers different proteins than cow’s milk. The soy milk is my husband’s, and I use it occasionally, too. The hemp milk has a little sugar, so it’s for when I want a little sweet treat. Has the contents of your refrigerator changed since your second child? The change happened with my first child. The awareness of eating for two made me realize I was making too many exceptions to eating organic… and restricting my diet too much. Now I enjoy life and eating and cooking more. My skin and digestion is better, I’m just as thin as before, and I’m setting a good example for my children. Erika Bloom's Fridge There are lots of veggies on the bottom shelf. Do you cook with them often? My diet consists predominantly of vegetables. My main go-tos for taste, nutrition and ease of cooking are kale, broccoli, and asparagus, which is in season and delicious right now. Speaking of, the dish in the container with the red cover looks delicious. It’s a whole roasted local organic chicken. I throw it in the oven with lots of chopped carrots and fennel and season it with lemon, rosemary and thyme, or with paprika. I make double the amount and then eat leftovers the next day. You have bread! I eat bread very rarely, around once a week. But when I do it’s almost always this one [Ezekiel]. Whole grains are an important source of nutrients, and this one has a serious variety of them and all nine essential amino acids. I see flaxseed is front and center. How do you use it? I put flaxseed on my breakfast. I like the extra bit of fiber, fat, and nutrients it gives. And the fish oil? It’s a kid-friendly fish oil that my son loves the taste of. We both take it occasionally, though I don’t usually believe in supplementing. —Ingrid Skjong Read this article online at

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The Miraculous Multifidi (February 2011) These exercises will help you target multifidi muscles in the back, strengthen the core, help to alleviate back pain, improve posture and make you look taller.