IVDRIPS ,Beauty & Fly, Hamptons Healing HandsBarre None and Healing in the Hamptons join CoreBarreFit to form a multi-faceted mind-body wellness center in the Hamptons

Left to Right: Elisabeth Halfpapp and Fred DeVito (CorreBarreFit), Bracha Banayan (IV Drips), Catherine Curtin (Beauty & Fly), Olivia Broich (Hamptons Healing Hands), Alexander DeJong (Barre None), Sharon Bakes (Healing in the Hamptons)


After an enormously successful two years teaching CoreBarreFit, both online and in-person, barre fitness pioneers Elisabeth Halfpapp and Fred DeVito, announce a new partnership to bring a Wellness Collaborative to Bridgehampton this summer. IVDRIPSBeauty & FlyHamptons Healing Hands, Barre None, and Healing in the Hamptons will join Elisabeth and Fred beginning this month of May. Konner Development, one of the largest developers on the East End of Long Island and the owner of 2415 Montauk Highway,  site of the Wellness Collaborative, is also a partner.

Conveniently located on Main Street in Bridgehampton and anchored by a schedule of daily mind-body classes taught by Elisabeth and Fred, the Wellness Collaborative will bring a full spectrum of therapeutic offerings to east enders, conveniently located under one roof.



“Our idea for this collaborative is that our clients will not only enjoy classes with me and Elisabeth, but they will have easy access to some of the best health and wellness practitioners in the U.S.,” said DeVito. “With our years of teaching, Elisabeth and I have come to realize how important it is to focus on the integration of mind and body wellness, as well as physical fitness. We anticipate that this collaboration will lead the achievement of a cohesive physical and mental health journey for our clients.”

The Wellness Collective will be comprised of IV DRIPS, an NYC-based company founded by Brancha Banayan. IV DRIPS has a team of registered nurses and medical practitioners who specialize in IV infusions that hydrate, refresh and energize. With locations in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Miami, Baltimore, Houston, and Greenwich, the new Hamptons location is bound to be popular. Catherine Curtin’s Beauty & Fly specializes in complete facial rejuvenation and overall aesthetic wellness with offerings of dermal fillers, neuromodulators, collagen bio stimulators, PRP, and LED therapy. Curtin is a nationally recognized and sought-after Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner.


Olivia Broich’s Hamptons Healing Hands offers a wide range of therapeutic massage modalities and facial treatments, taking a holistic approach in treating the individual needs of her clients. Barre None, originated by Alexander DeJong, creates individual fitness plans to help clients achieve their individual goals incorporating classic and updated barre exercises for a comprehensive body workout. And Sharon Bakes’ Healing in the Hamptons is a center for energy therapy and healing with sessions to realign, recharge and restore the physical and spiritual balance of an individual with vitality, clarity, and peace.


For more information, contact Fred DeVito at CoreBarreFit.




CoreBarreFit (CBF) was created by Elisabeth Halfpapp and Fred DeVito, pioneers and legends in the barre fitness industry. Along with a growing team of teachers, they offer a variety of classes, trainings & certifications, industry consulting, and related content for those looking to safely begin, challenge or refine their fitness regimen for good health and longevity. They bring over 75 years of combined experience to their practice.

​Halfpapp and DeVito have an extensive following of devotees. The duo wowed the exercise world when they started CoreBarreFit during the pandemic, attracting clients from around the world to the daily streaming classes, which will continue – with clients stretching and strengthening from as far away as Argentina, Switzerland and Aspen.