Huntington – Huntington Council Members Mark Cuthbertson and Susan A. Berland took part October 25 in the ribbon cutting celebrating the opening of Animal Instinct Fitness and Instinct Wellness Center, two businesses in a newly constructed building at 7 Loma Place, Huntington.
Animal Instinct Fitness is a boxing-inspired, high intensity training program utilizing aqua training and punching bags, TRX and other equipment. Instinct Wellness offers sports massage, acupuncture, soft tissue therapy, reflexology, advanced nutrition, energy balancing, and guided meditation to restore & optimize the body
In addition to cutting a ribbon marking the opening of the businesses, Animal Instinct owner Marina Cortese presented the American Cancer Society with a $1,500 check, representing money raised at an October 21 “Boxing to Knock Out Cancer” event at the gym.
In the photo (l-r): Ellen O’Brien, executive director, Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce; Francesca Cortese; Nick Cortese; Assemb. Chad Luipnacci; Marina Cortese, owner, Animal Instinct Fitness; Linda Cortese; Councilman Mark Cuthbertson; Councilwoman Susan A. Berland; Brian Yudewitz, president, Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce; Dr. David Pollack, Instinct Wellness owner; and Tommy Tsiolis, Diversified Realty LI