Seane Corn is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher known for her impassioned activism, unique self-expression, and inspirational style of teaching. She has been featured in numerous articles, news programs, and has appeared on the cover of over a dozen magazines. As a strong and articulate voice for social change she was named the National Yoga Ambassador for YouthAIDS, and shares their mission to raise funds, provide service, and spread national awareness about the global emergency of HIV/AIDS. Seane has spent time in India, Cambodia and Africa working with impoverished prostitutes and street children, teaching yoga, providing support and aid, and educating them about HIV/AIDS prevention. She participates on the boards of the Cambodian Children’s Fund and the Engage Network.
In 2007, Seane co-created “Off the Mat, Into the World®”, a leadership training program designed to help participants find their own unique purpose through yoga, meditation and self-exploration exercises, as well as provide them with the organizational skills necessary to activate that purpose through local outreach and service oriented projects. This effort is designed to initiate social circles of change in local communities nationwide. In 2008, the Seva Challenge program through Off the Mat, Into the World brought in $580,000 for the Cambodian Children's Fund. This project now targets different regions of the world each year, Uganda being the country of focus for 2009, where their goal is a million dollars. Seane also created the yoga program for “Children of the Night”, a shelter near Los Angeles dedicated to providing education and services for adolescent prostitutes. In 2005 Seane was honored with the “Conscious Humanitarian” award for her outreach efforts. Her award winning DVD’s “Vinyasa Flow Yoga” are available through Gaiam International, her “Yoga From the Heart” DVD can be found through Yoga Journal, and most recently “Detox Flow Yoga” from Sounds True.