Seane Corn is an internationally recognized yoga teacher known for her impassioned activism, unique self-expression, and inspirational style of teaching. As one of the world’s leading yoga experts, Seane has been featured in countless magazine articles and news programs including The Today Show, Oprah’s Sacred Spaces, NPR, and on the cover of over 27 magazines internationally.
A strong and articulate voice for personal transformation and social change, she has utilized her platform to inspire and mobilize the yoga community in activating grassroots projects worldwide. Since 2007, she spear-headed the organization Off the Mat, Into the World® (OTM), with Hala Khouri and Suzanne Sterling, training leaders and raising awareness about global humanitarian issues such as the HIV/AIDS pandemic and sex trafficking. Since its start, OTM has raised over $4.5 million through their Global Seva Challenge, which provides funds for the many partners committed to serving communities in need.
Seane has been honored by both The Smithsonian Institute (2013) as well as by Global Green USA (2013) for her international outreach efforts and for creating environmentally sustainable service projects worldwide. In 2005, Seane was honored with the “Conscious Humanitarian” award for her efforts in raising funds and awareness around the HIV/AIDS crisis. Seane has been seen in many documentaries on spiritualty and yoga including Yoga Is, Y Yoga, Titans of Yoga, Femme, The Invocation and Yoga Woman and has contributed to the books The Poetry of Yoga and Yoga and Body Image. She has many self-authored yoga DVD’s available through Gaiam, Yoga Journal and Sounds True, and is in the process of writing her first book.