Hay House was founded in 1984 by Louise Hay as a way to self-publish her first two books, Heal Your Body and You Can Heal Your Life, both of which became international bestsellers (You Can Heal Your Life has sold more than 35 million copies worldwide) and established Louise as a leader in the transformational movement. Today, Hay House is committed to delivering products and services that empower and educate the individual, while helping to heal our planet.
In 1987, Hay House was incorporated and began full-scale operations. We now publish books, CDs, DVDs, calendars, and the well-known card decks that are part of our beautifully illustrated and conceived Lifestyles line. We also offer inspirational online courses and in-person events with our roster of visionary thought-leaders, many of whom host programs on our Internet radio station, HayHouseRadio.com. With www.HealYourLife.com, we have created an online home for those interested in personal growth and self-help. And our self-publishing division, Balboa Press, brings empowerment to the independent author.
The areas covered by Hay House reflect an eclectic assortment of interests: self improvement, mind-body-spirit, inspiration, health & healing, spirituality, diet, business, fiction, memoir, gifts & lifestyles, astrology, feng shui, children’s books, iphone apps, e-gift cards, and much, much more.
Hay House is one of the fastest-growing mind-body-spirit and transformational enterprises in the world, selling our products and services in more than 35 countries. Our company currently publishes approximately 300 books and 350 audio programs by more than 130 authors, and employs a full-time staff of 100-plus. Hay House is a medium-sized media company bringing in big-name authors and teachers (Louise Hay * Wayne Dyer * Doreen Virtue * Iyanla Vanzant * Jerry & Esther Hicks * Kris Carr * Jorge Cruise * Marianne Williamson * Caroline Myss * Nick Ortner * Gabrielle Bernstein * Cheryl Richardson * Christiane Northrup * Tavis Smiley) who are attracted to our innovative approach to engaging with readers and students in the 21st century.