Seane Corn Reflects on Yoga, Activism and Changing Lives.

Via Donna Freeman
on Dec 7, 2011
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Reflections 2011 is a series of interviews held during the month of December with leaders in the yoga and mindfulness community. Join us as we reflect on the past year: the highs, the lows, the learning moments, the energy which impact our lives and carry us into the new year.

Headline yoga instructor and activist Seane Corn joins us for Reflections 2011.

Whether it is teaching a yoga class of 600+ on how to connect with their body/mind, leading a march for Occupy Wall Street or impacting lives throughout the world via the organization Off the Mat Into the World Seane shares a vision of a better life. Seane truly walks the talk and encourages us all to engage in personal physical, mental and emotional transformation developing respect and love for self and others. Discover what has touched her life and what projects she’s got on the go for 2012. Enjoy thirty minutes with the indomitable Seane Corn as she reflects on the past year.

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Connect with Seane on her website, Facebook and @jerseycorn1

Catch all the #reflections11 interviews

Dec 1 – Jeff Krasno, Wanderlust Festival co-founder

Dec 5 – Roseanne Harvey of it’s all yoga, baby

Dec 12 – Jessica Durivage and Diane Ferraro from Where Is My Guru

Dec 14 – Amy Ippoliti

Dec 19 – Kristin McGee

Dec 21 – Duncan Wong


About Donna Freeman

Teacher, author and expert on yoga for kids and teens, Donna Freeman firmly believes that yoga can be done anywhere, by anyone, at anytime. She grew up in British Columbia, Canada but was introduced to yoga while living in Cape Town, South Africa during her nomad years. She is currently learning acroyoga with her kids and enjoys practicing tadasana while pumping gas or washing dishes. Bob Weisenberg describes her book Once Upon a Pose: A Guide to Yoga Adventure Stories for Children as indispensible. For more about yoga for kids and teens visit her website or the facebook page


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