530 Main St.
New Paltz, NY 12561
Phone: (845) 255-6200
Fax: (845) 255-2319
Budget offers an extensive fleet of safe, reliable trucks for a better self-move experience.
Integrative therapeutic massage techniques and advanced craniosacral services. An integrative approach to your session will allow for greater relaxation because each individual is unique; so your bodywork experience should be.
Over ten years in practice creating individualized massage therapy sessions including neuro muscular therapy, cranio sacral therapy, and injury rehabilitation.
Century 21 Venables is a New Paltz family owned franchise of the real estate entity that markets and sells homes to buyers worldwide. They are a full service company that treats people as family as they work together to help you buy or sell a home. Ken Wishnick joined the company after graduating from Coldwell Banker University and having a productive five years with that New Paltz franchise. He holds a Masters Degree in Urban Planning, BA in Economics and has served for many years as Vice President for a large international corporation.
Located in the heart of New Paltz, New York, this clinic is devoted to rehabilitation of the spine and the whole body. They pride themselves selves on being one of the best at what they do, which is getting people to live healthy, happy lives, and enjoy optimal health
Provides bus transportation to most cities across the United States.
Massage therapy and energywork based on the client's specific needs.
Chiropractic and nutritional services for the entire family. Most insurance is accepted and there are student discounts.
Provides visitor and relocation information.
At Pretty In Ink, Stacey P. Byford underwent training by a board certified instructor, apprenticed under two highly skilled board certified technicians and met all of the requirements for certification by the American Academy of Micropigmentation.
The Elting Memorial Library that serves as a public library features a huge collection of 'house books' that consists of the history of the historical structures within the village. Formerly known as the New Paltz Free Library, this library was made up of stone. It also includes of programs that include speakers, reading nights, free movies, etc.
Huguenot Street is the site of a number of stone houses built in the late 17th Century by French Huguenots who settled there after escaping persecution in France. The settlers arrived in 1678 and lived on nearly 40,000 acres (16,187 hectares) of property purchased from the local Indian tribes. Today, you can tour the original stone houses or even sign yourself or the kids up for a two-week summer program about archeology and the arts.