The book that makes self-care practical and accessible.

The term self-care is more popular than ever, but few people actually feel cared for in their daily lives. It’s time to change the conversation.
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Real talk: There’s not a ton of real talk in the wellness and personal development space.

For an industry that’s supposed to make you feel better,
there’s a lot of shoulds, shaming, and selling of expensive solutions.

The Inner Workout book cuts through the noise to simplify self-care and to help you approach inner work in a way that works for you.

The book uses our Take Care assessment as a tool to create a choose-your-own self-care adventure.
(Fun, right?!)

Each chapter features:

practices, prompts, and actionable advice to strengthen your connection to each dimension of well-being.

Feel at home in your body

Work with your energetic cycles

Cut through your brain fog

Tap into the wisdom within you

Experience care through connection

This book isn't meant to change who you are.

It will strengthen the wisdom you already have within.

Whether you’re new to self-care or want to deepen the connection with yourself you’ve already cultivated, this book is here for you at every step of your journey. 

What people are saying

Alexandra Elle

NYT bestselling author of After the Rain and How We Heal

Inner Workout offers ease and accessibility when it comes to transforming our thoughts around how we take care of ourselves. Required reading!

Ruby Warrington

Author of Sober Curious and Women Without Children

I love Taylor's definition of self-care, which is rooted first and foremost in developing an intuitive connection to your body and an understanding of your unique physical, mental, and emotional needs. This message is sorely needed in our era of peak #wellness, as it makes the concept of self-care accessible to everybody, no matter their time constraints or budget.

Sara Kuburic

Existential Psychotherapist, @Millennial.Therapist

Witty, engaging, and gives a unique perspective on self-care for anyone struggling.

Alyson Stoner

Actress and founder of Movement Genius

Taylor has simplified the vital process of healing, self-care and personal transformation. Readers can regain agency over their well-being, and also have the life force to show up and create a better world for everyone. She meets you where you are and offers straightforward, easy to digest, directly applicable tools to improve your life right now.

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About the author

Taylor Elyse Morrison turned being bad at self-care—and being firmly convinced of every human’s potential—into a career. She’s the founder of media company Inner Workout, and the author of a book by the same name.

Recently named one of Fortune’s 10 Innovators Shaping the Future of Health, Taylor is tired of aspirational 'wellness as usual.' Instead, she builds businesses, content, and experiences that make well-being and personal development more accessible.

You're just as likely to see Taylor facilitating a workshop at a Fortune 100 as you are to see her talking about TikTok and body image with a high school class. Wherever she goes, Taylor's sure to use her coaching, mindfulness, and movement training to meet people where they're at and offer actionable steps towards creating a world without burnout.

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Tell your library to add Inner Workout to their shelves!

- Go to your library's website

- Head to the contact page. There will likely be language like suggest or recommend a title

- Recommend Inner Workout, written by Taylor Elyse Morrison and published by Chronicle Books. The ISBN-13 is 978-1797217734. The ISBN-10/ASIN is 1797217739.

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