Waylon Lewis with Seane Corn: How our Yoga Practice can be of Benefit.

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Seane Corn

Walk the Talk Show with Waylon Lewis.

Seane Corn on How to be Busy & Productive yet Happy & Grounded:

You’re not doing Yoga until you take it off the Mat:

How did Seane Corn end up working with now Exonerated Damien Echols?


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More:

Seane Corn on Love & Career: 

Walk the Talk Show: Seane Corn & Waylon Lewis at Wanderlust Festival in 2013: 

Seane is well known for humanitarian work and continues to grow her efforts. She recently teamed up with Damien Echols, a man who was exonerated from death row. 

Director Peter Jackson and his partner Fran Walsh financed investigations to help free Jason Baldwin, Jesse Misskelley Jr. and Damien Echols—”the West Memphis Three”—who were convicted in 1994 of murdering three 8-year-old boys in West Memphis, Arkansas.

Here is the trailer of West of Memphis, the documentary Jackson and Walsh produced about their findings: 

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Seane Corn

Info from Seane Corn’s website: 

Seane Corn is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher known for her impassioned activism, unique self-expression and inspirational style of teaching.

Featured in commercials, magazines, NPR, and Oprah.com, Seane now utilizes her national platform to bring awareness to global humanitarian issues. In 2005, she was named “National Yoga Ambassador” for YouthAIDS, and in 2013 was given the “Global Green International Environmental Leadership Award.”

Since 2007, she has been training leaders of activism through her co-founded organization Off the Mat, Into the World®. Seane has spent time in the US, India, Cambodia, Haiti and Africa working with communities in need—teaching yoga, providing support for child labor and educating people about HIV/AIDS prevention.

Seane is also co-founder of the Seva Challenge Humanitarian Tours, which have raised over $4 million since 2007, getting the yoga community involved in fund and awareness raising efforts across the globe. Her self-authored dvds are available through Gaiam, Yoga Journal and Sounds True. Connect with Seane on her website, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

 

Seane and Waylon go way back. Here are some of her other appearances on elephant journal:

Seane Corn Talks About the Relationship Between Yoga & Activism.

Seane Corn on Love & Career. {WAYLON}

Seane Corn: How to Work through Painful Times. [Walk the Talk Show w Waylon Lewis]

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3 Responses to “Waylon Lewis with Seane Corn: How our Yoga Practice can be of Benefit.”

  1. Yaisa says:

    Thank you Seane & Waylon for a very interesting interview. As a "newly trained fledgling teacher" (as one of my teacher called me recently), I was happy to hear that many of the things you (both) find important are also on my list of priorities. And I was also motivated by a few other things you said of which I know I need to pay more attention to. I do not aspire celebrity in any way, but I do hope to, one day, be able to inspire people like you do. Thanks and have a great day!

  2. Hannah says:

    "People who want to get involved in service can often do it from a place of their own unhealed wounds or traumas." Thank you so much for this wise and important talk, Seane. These words need to be spoken!

  3. Jessica Sandhu says:

    I found Sean to be such an inspiration. I watched Seane in the documentary "Yoga Is" and I really resonated with one thing she said. She spoke exactly about how we should teach what we know. Use our pain to help those get through what they are going through. That the things that fuel us are the things that we should do to help others. It was in that moment that I realized what I needed to do. Thank you SO much Seane!! Real inspiration!

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