Vail Public Library begins Healthy Lifestyle Series on Tuesday, June 28 |

Vail Public Library begins Healthy Lifestyle Series on Tuesday, June 28

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Laina Eskin.
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What: Functional Movement.

When: 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 28.

Where: Vail Public Library, 292 W. Meadow Drive, Vail.

Cost: Free.

More information: Call 970-479-2184, or visit

VAIL — There are three key elements that form the foundation for a healthy, strong, vibrant body. The public is invited to join Vail Public Library and Laina Eskin, owner of Align Vail Movement Therapy Studio in Edwards, today at 5:30 p.m. for a dynamic workshop in which attendees will learn the keys to creating optimal health and well being in their bodies.

People who attend this free event will learn about the difference between movement and exercise and why movement is mandatory and exercise may be optional. The group will explore fundamental movements that our bodies were designed to do and learn how to set up the body for performing these movements with great success.


Eskin is a physical therapist specializing in corrective movement therapy, a method that evaluates the whole body in order to restore optimal and efficient movement. She strives to empower others to utilize the body in an integrated way to achieve their highest goals.

Eskin is also an apprentice teacher for Joey Klein’s Conscious Transformation, which enables her to blend the sciences of mind and body. She has personally experienced and witnessed the powerful effects of utilizing this work on healing the body. She is passionate about sharing these tools that facilitate freedom in the body, mind, emotions and spirit.

Healthy Lifestyle Series

This workshop kicks off the annual Healthy Lifestyle Series at Vail Public Library, which features programs that focus on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Other programs being offered this summer include yoga, a walking book club, neurofeedback therapy, environmental toxins, adrenal fatigue and hot topics in nutrition.

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