Seane Corn

Seane Corn

Seane Corn is an internationally known vinyasa flow yoga teacher and spiritual activist. Featured in magazines, commercials, advertisements, and named the National Yoga Ambassador for YouthAIDS in 2005, Seane Corn now utilizes her national platform to bring awareness to the HIV/AIDS crisis. She has spent time in India, Cambodia, and Africa, working with prostitutes and street children, teaching yoga, providing support for child labor, and educating people about HIV/AIDS prevention. She is creator of the yoga program at Children of the Night, a California-based shelter that houses and educates adolescent prostitutes.

In 2007, she cofounded, with Hala Khouri and Suzanne Sterling, Off the Mat, Into the World®, which trains leaders of activism. She also cofounded the Seva Challenge Humanitarian Tours, encouraging yoga teachers to get involved in fundraising and awareness efforts across the globe.

Corn’s work continues to evolve and is deeply influenced by many spiritual traditions. Her commitment to make spirituality accessible and inspiring to all is reflected by her own willingness to deepen her personal understanding of the mysteries and her desire to share all that she discovers along the way.

Seane Corn has released four vinyasa yoga DVDs, Detox Flow Yoga; Vinyasa Flow Yoga: Uniting Movement and Breath; Vinyasa Flow Yoga: The Body and Beyond; and Yoga From the Heart; as well as an audiobook, Detox Flow Yoga.

What Others are Saying About Seane Corn

“Seane Corn is one of the most exceptionally gifted yoga instructors in America….She is a gracious and gentle person whose commitment to her work and to helping others is a blessing to all who know her.”
—Caroline Myss, best-selling author of Anatomy of the Spirit

“Seane is a phenomenal, poised, funny, worthy teacher of yoga and spirituality.”
—Ashley Judd, actor and Global Ambassador for YouthAIDs

“Seane is superbly poised in her soul.”
—SARK, best-selling author of Succulent Wild Women

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