Yoga Mind

Journey Beyond the Physical, 30 Days to Enhance your Practice and Revolutionize Your Life From the Inside Out

Yoga Mind

Suzan Colon, yoga teacher and former senior editor at O, The Oprah Magazine, digs deep into the spiritual philosophy behind yoga and distills thirty essential components to enrich your practice and revolutionize your life from the inside out.

We live in an increasingly stressful world, and we know about the hazardous effects stress can have on our health. But meditating and mindfulness can sometimes seem elusive, unattainable, and impossible to fit into our busy days. Even the word “yoga” usually makes many people think of complicated, twisty poses—but that’s not everything. In its complete sense, yoga is a collection of life lessons for wellness and well-being and a spiritual technology from ancient times that is now more relevant, and necessary, than ever.

In Yoga Mind, Suzan Colon shares thirty essential components to increase self- awareness and inner balance to use throughout your day—in traffic, on the train, at your job, and home. She outlines how we can use yoga to cultivate resilience in challenging times, reduce stress, and enrich our relationships with family, work, and ourselves.

This guide contains a 30-day program designed to create subtle yet powerful shifts in awareness and attitude that lead to real, lasting change. Whether you’re a hardcore yogi or a beginner to the practice, Yoga Mind can help you unite your body, mind, and heart to become your best self and cultivate lasting happiness in your life.
  • Scribner | 
  • 288 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781501168864 | 
  • February 2018
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About the Author

Suzan Colón
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Suzan Colón

A former senior editor at O, The Oprah Magazine, Suzan Colon has written ten books, including the inspirational memoir Cherries in Winter: My Family’s Recipe for Hope in Hard Times (Doubleday, 2009) and Yoga Mind. Suzan has been practicing yoga for nearly twenty-five years and has been teaching since 2002, with certificates in basic and intermediate Hatha Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga, and Yoga for Arthritis. Her writing has been featured in Good Housekeeping, USA TODAY’s Hispanic Living, Woman’s Day for Latinas, and Latina magazine, as well on Huffington Post,,, and other websites. She has appeared on the Today show, The Early Show, NPR, and other media outlets.