Dr. Inda Mowett, right, and her colleague, Walter “Mickey” Presha of MCR Health Services, center, work out at Mowett’s new fitness studio called The Aesthetic and Wellness Center, 5219 State Road 64 E., Bradenton, last week. At far left, directing them with his hands, is fitness director Michael Fulton.
Dr. Inda Mowett, right, and her colleague, Walter “Mickey” Presha of MCR Health Services, center, work out at Mowett’s new fitness studio called The Aesthetic and Wellness Center, 5219 State Road 64 E., Bradenton, last week. At far left, directing them with his hands, is fitness director Michael Fulton. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com
Dr. Inda Mowett, right, and her colleague, Walter “Mickey” Presha of MCR Health Services, center, work out at Mowett’s new fitness studio called The Aesthetic and Wellness Center, 5219 State Road 64 E., Bradenton, last week. At far left, directing them with his hands, is fitness director Michael Fulton. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com

Aesthetic and Wellness Center in Bradenton adds new fitness studio

July 02, 2016 11:20 AM

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