Clean Mind, Clean Body: A 28-Day Plan for Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Self-Care (Hardcover)
"An easy reset for feeling and living better."
— DEEPAK CHOPRA
"Tara makes purposeful self-care easy and enjoyable!"
— DAPHNE OZ
A life-changing detox for body and mind that will transform your daily routine and your habits, from wellness expert and Strala Yoga founder Tara Stiles.
Most of us are constantly plugged in and stressed out—tethered to our phones and e-mail, overworked and inactive at our desk jobs, and out of touch with what our bodies and our brains really need. Clean Mind, Clean Body is the ultimate reset button, an immersive experience in mental and physical self-care that will transform your daily routine and your habits.
In Clean Mind, Clean Body, Tara leads readers on a 4-week detox for body, mind, and spirit that can be done easily at home, and that covers:
WEEK 1 - MENTAL CLEANSE – Eliminate toxic relationships, create a home sanctuary, and unplug from devices.
WEEK 2 – SPIRITUAL CLEANSE – Establish a meditation practice, slow down, and live with intention.
WEEK 3 – CHANGE THE WAY YOU EAT – Embrace an East Meets West diet, eat clean, and love your body.
WEEK 4 – CHANGE THE WAY YOU MOVE – Redefine exercise, get outside, and embrace the power of rest.
Packed with ancient healing practices adapted for modern living and clean living rules for life, Clean Mind, Clean Body is your personal blueprint for physical and spiritual realignment.
About the Author
Tara Stiles is a wellness expert, bestselling author, and the founder of Strala Yoga. The Strala approach combines yoga, tai chi, and Traditional Chinese and Japanese Medicine to help people release stress, heal, let go of negative habits, and move more easily through everyday challenges. Tara’s bestselling books, which have been translated and published in multiple languages, include Strala Yoga, Make Your Own Rules Diet, Yoga Cures, and Slim Calm Sexy Yoga, and she has been featured in The New York Times, Vogue, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle, Esquire, and Shape. Tara’s work has been used in a case study by Harvard University, she is a sought-after speaker on topics of entrepreneurship, health, and wellbeing, and she has lectured at venues that include Harvard and New York University. Tara works with The Alliance for a Healthier Generation, an initiative with the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation that combats childhood obesity, in order to bring Strala classes to more than 30,000 schools around the United States. She also supports the BOKS program, which delivers Strala classes and wellbeing resources to educators across North America. She lives in New York with her husband Mike Taylor and their daughter Daisy.
"Tara Stiles shows us how to slow down and realign with our natural radiance. Clean Mind, Clean Body is an easy reset for feeling and living better."
— Deepak Chopra
"Clean Mind, Clean Body takes you on an essential mental and spiritual self-care journey to help you realign your habits and live a radiant life."
— Gabrielle Bernstein, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"Clean Mind, Clean Body is a whole-self reset that will set you on the path to a life of wellbeing. Tara Stiles shows us how to slow down, feel better, and embrace ancient wellness practices that enhance our modern lives in an easy and natural way."
— Julie Piatt and Rich Roll, co-authors of The Plantpower Way
"If you're looking for a way to be free from the toxic cycle of stress, look no further than "Clean Mind Clean Body." Tara digs deep into her understanding of ancient practices in order to tailor them to a modern mindset. This 28 day program is perfect for hitting reset on your habits."
— Light Watkins, author of Bliss More
"Tara makes purposeful self-care easy and enjoyable! Clean Mind, Clean Body addresses our whole selves with a simple road map for mental, spiritual and physical nourishment to create lasting positive change for life."
— Daphne Oz
“While it is ‘widely acknowledged in our culture that the mind and body are interconnected,’ most busy modern lives are out of touch with the ‘mind-body connection,’ advises Stiles (Strala Yoga) in this thoughtful guide. […] Readers interested in a more mindful lifestyle will want to give this a look.”
— Publishers Weekly