Seane Corn has been a social activist and yogi for more than three decades, and, as much benefit as she has brought through her work, she has also made mistakes and caused some pain and trauma — for herself and others.
From this experience, she has an important message for those who become inspired to help the world — especially those who are involved in contemplative disciplines such as yoga.
If you have the aspiration to be genuinely helpful, I encourage you to pause and have a look at the video below, which was filmed at last year’s Wisdom in Action conference at SMC.
Shambhala Mountain Center hosts Yoga, Purpose, and Action Leadership Intensive with Seane Corn, Hala Khouri and Suzanne Sterling August 7–12, 2016 — click here to learn more
About the Authors
Seane Corn is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher known for her impassioned activism and inspirational style of teaching. She trains leaders of activism through her cofounded organization, Off the Mat, Into the World®. 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. Corn also has released seven DVDs, including Vinyasa Flow Yoga, as well as the audiobook, Detox Flow Yoga. seanecorn.com