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What is Inner Workout?

The philosophy

Inner Workout draws from the yogic concept of koshas, or layers of being. We talk about them as the five dimensions of wellbeing. Our society tends to focus self-care efforts solely on the physical body, but that only addresses one aspect of your self. Inner Workout offers multidimensional self-care practices, designed to help you listen, respond, and tend to all of you.


This dimension explores your relationship to your physical body—how well you know your body and how you care for it.


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

Mental + Emotional

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


This dimension explores your relationship to your own inner knowledge.


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


Inner Workout isn’t quite like anything else out there. Of course you’ve got questions!

Is this is the Inner Workout practice a fitness class?

In an Inner Workout class, you’ll move your body. You might even sweat. However, Inner Workout isn’t about burning calories or changing your body. This is a space for you to practice listening and responding to yourself.

Who is Inner Workout for?

Inner Workout is for every body. Inner Workout is for you.

What will I need for class?

As long as you have a mat, a journal, and a pen, you’re good to go!

Where can I take a class?

We offer in-person classes around Chicago. Say hello if you’d like to host us for a pop up at your event or in your city.

We also have online classes that you can enjoy from wherever you are?

How long is an Inner Workout class?

Class experiences range from 30 – 60 minutes.

The woman behind the method

Our founder

Inner Workout is the brainchild of Taylor Elyse Morrison. She’s on a mission to help others beat burnout through sustainable self-care practices.  Taylor studied Human and Organizational Development at Vanderbilt University. She started her career in a corporate leadership development program, went on to become the first full-time employee and Vice President of Operations at a wellness startup, and is now a founder herself.  Taylor  is a certified group fitness instructor and a registered 200 hr yoga teacher.