Performance Sports & Wellness actively participates in local and region events by providing professional services support to triathlons and endurance events. Additionally, we periodically host seminars, evaluations, and discipline-specific discussion sessions at our facility.

2017 ART Ironman Performance Care race schedule

We are pleased to announce that our office will be providing ART Ironman Performance Care for the following events in 2017. Please check back in the spring to see the Shawangunk Runner’s Summer series schedule.

4/15/17 – Breakneck Ridge, Beacon, NY

5/13/17 – Spring Dual for CF, New Paltz, NY,

5/21/17 – American Zofingen, New Paltz, NY,

8/5/17 – Lime Kiln Trail Runs, Rosendale, NY,

9/10/16 Survival of the Shawangunks, New Paltz, NY,



We are pleased to announce that our office will be providing ART Performance Care race coverage for the following events in 2016

4/16/16 – Breakneck Ridge, Beacon, NY
5/7/16 – Spring Dual for CF, New Paltz, NY,
5/15/16 – American Zofingen, New Paltz, NY,
6/22/16 Summer Solstice Run, Minnewaska State Park, NY,
7/11, 7/18, 7/25, 8/1 Shawangunk Running Club Summer Series, New Paltz, NY,
9/11/16 Survival of the Shawangunks, New Paltz, NY,
10/1/16 The Cat’s Tail, Phonecia, NY,


Ironman Performance Care by Dr. David Ness will be at the following races

Wednesday 8/14/2013  HVTC Race 3 at Kenneth Wilson State Park

Saturday 9/7/2013 SOS Triathlon Expo Speaker

Sunday 9/8/2013 Survival of the Shawangunks

Wednesday 9/11/2013 HVTC Race 4 at Kenneth Wilsone State Park



Listening to the Body: Pathways to Health

William Weinstein, L.Ac., and Dr. Casey Swann
— at Gardiner Library Bodywork Series

Performance Sports and Wellness’s acupuncturist, William Weinstein, L.Ac., and PSAW’s associate chiropractor, Dr. Casey Swann, will take part in an October-November bodywork series at Gardiner Library in Gardiner New York.

The series, Listening to the Body: Pathways to Health was conceived by Wlliam Weinstein as a way to highlight innovative approaches to bodywork practiced by local healthcare providers.

It’s a chance to learn about acupuncture, chiropractic, Rolfing and Zero Balancing in a setting that will encourage questions and dialogue.

Zero Balancing: Secrets of the Skeleton
Saturday October 13
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Roy Capellaro, PT
“Secrets of the Skeleton” is a journey to the core within the core: the hidden biology, physiology, and physics of our bones. Learn about the nature of bone density, how bones can be an energetic resource, and how Zero Balancing and Tai Chi and yoga utilize this for our well being.
Roy Capellaro has been a physical therapist since 1978 and a long time teacher of Tai Chi Chuan.

Commonsense Acupuncture
Saturday October 20
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
William Weinstein, L.Ac., Dipl. NCCAOM
A modern understanding of the nervous system has begun to elucidate the actual mechanisms underlying acupuncture’s action. “Commonsense Acupuncture” will provide an overview of the history, practice, and physiology of acupuncture.
William Weinstein, L.Ac. has been an acupuncturist for ten years and practices at Performance Sports and Wellness in New Paltz.


Rolfing Structural Integration
Saturday November 3
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Richard Condon, PT, CAR
Rolfing works with the body’s connective tissue (fascia). Learn how Rolfers work to free fascial restrictions via hands-on bodywork and movement education.

Richard Condon has been a Licensed Massage Therapist and instructor for almost 20 years, and a certified Rolfer since 2001. Richard owns and runs Balance Rolfing and Massage Studio.

Chiropractic and Active Release Technique: Beyond the “Crack”
Sunday, November 4
12:30 – 2:00 PM
Casey Swann, DC

Chiropractic is a varied and complicated field that includes many different techniques, one of which is Active Release Technique. In this talk, learn about the basics of holistic treatments, diagnosis, and what the cracking sound really means. Let’s get beyond the “crack”.

For more information, please contact William Weinstein, L.Ac. at 845-255-2070