Cultivate care in your daily life.

Meet your self-care support system—programs and products that help you do the inner work in a way that works for you.

We check in on the strong friends.

You’re used to projecting strength. From the outside, it looks like you’ve got it together. You’re always there to offer a word of encouragement or to take care of someone else.

But, if you’re honest, you don’t feel fully supported.

Led by our creator, Taylor Elyse Morrison, we help you find support from the inside out.

Our approach to self-care moves beyond bubble baths and sheet masks.

We see self-care as an ongoing process of listening within and responding in the most loving way possible.

It’s time for you to receive the support you deserve.

The work begins within.

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The five dimensions of wellbeing™

Inspired by yogic philosophy + informed by science, the five dimensions are the building blocks of your self-care support system.

Physical

This dimension explores how well you know  and how you care for your body.
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Energetic

This dimension focuses on your breath and how you relate to energy in your daily life.
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Mental + Emotional

This dimension looks at what comes into and flows out of your mind.
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Wisdom

This dimension explores your relationship to your own inner knowledge.
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Bliss

This dimension explores your connection to yourself and to the world around you.
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From the experts

“Inner Workout helps me reconnect with my body, mind, and spirit no matter how stressed or overwhelmed I feel before I walk into (or log onto) a class. I love how holistically it integrates my physical, emotional, mental and spiritual selves. After every class I feel grounded and whole.”
“Inner Workout is truly amazing. As someone who really values her faith and spirituality, I had been looking for a way to combine caring for my body and caring for my soul all at once. Inner Workout has given me exactly that! I always leave feeling refreshed, loosened up in every sense of the word, and with a fresh perspective to take into my week.”
Rachel

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