Mireya D’Angelo Talks SoulCycle

We caught up with SoulCycle instructor Mireya D’Angelo, who teaches at both East Hampton and The Barn in Bridgehampton locations. Mireya shares with us how she enjoys life on the East End.

What do you love most about SoulCycle classes on the East End?  

The local community brings a fresh energy and helps introduce me to all the newest spots on the East End before my seasonal riders know about them. They’re always ahead of the trend. The seasonal riders end up being more relaxed and just softer to themselves. Combining these two demographics in one special SoulCycle space is truly outstanding.

Which studio(s) will you be teaching at this summer? 

I’ll be teaching in East Hampton and The Barn. I do hope I get to teach some classes in Montauk, too.

What’s the song you’re playing the most during classes this summer?  

“Jane Goodall” by Sofia D’Angelo. Yes, she’s my daughter, but the song is soooo good. You can hear her live at Stephen Talkhouse on July 8 with Caleb Moore.

What does your perfect day on the East End look like? 

After teaching in East Hampton, I go to Carissa’s for coffee and bread for me, and some monkey bread and croissants for the studio team. Stop by a local farm stand to pick up vegetables for lunch and/or dinner. Then I’ll usually stop by Guild Hall to see an exhibit and then off to the beach. At the end of the day, I’ll have my husband grill me an Iacono chicken for dinner.

Any favorite places to visit? 

My favorite place to visit is Guild Hall; it’s been a part of our life since Sofia was born. They have the most exciting calendar this year. Some restaurants include Beacon and Bell & Anchor, Duryea’s Montauk, Rosie’s, and El Verano in Southampton. Beaches: Egypt Beach and Wiborg Beach. Stores: The Monogram Shop, Amagansett Wine & Spirits, Gloria Jewel, Joey Wolffer, and Zimmermann.

Jessica Mackin-Cipro


Jessica Mackin-Cipro is an editor and lifestyle writer from the East End of Long Island. She was previously the Executive Editor of The Independent Newspaper and co-founded James Lane Post in 2020. She has won multiple NYPA and PCLI awards for journalism, design, and social media, including the Stuart C. Dorman Award for Editorial Excellence. In 2023, she was a recipient of the President's Volunteer Service Award at the United Nations 67th Annual Commission on the Status of Women. She aims to share the stories of inspirational people and places on the East End and beyond.

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