In 1992, Seane moved to Los Angeles, CA and began studying at Yoga Works in Santa Monica, while also working as a receptionist. During that time she practiced with some of the most renowned teachers in the world. She did her first teacher's training with Erich Schiffmann in 1994, Bryan Kest in 1995, Maty Ezraty and Lisa Walford in 1995 and 1996.
Seane has spent some 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 participated on the boards of the Cambodian Children’s Fund and the Engage Network.
In 2004, Seane Corn 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. For the great commitment, Seane and YouthAIDS Global Ambassador Ashley Judd, were honored with the 2005 Songs of the Sacred Conscious Humanitarian Award.
Seane is also Co-founder of the Seva Challenge Humanitarian Tours, encouraging yoga teachers to get involved in fund and awareness raising efforts across the globe. Her award winning DVD's are available through Gaiam and Yoga Journal, and most recently Detox Flow Yoga from Sounds True.
She is the Co-founder of "Off the Mat Into the World," which has worked on 23 projects in eight countries and has raised over $3.5 Million. In 2015, Global Green presented her with the International Environmental Leadership Award. She was also honored by the Smithsonian Institute for her international outreach efforts.
Seane was born in 1966 in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey. Soon after school graduation, she moved to New York City. At first, she worked at nightclubs and downtown cafes, while she started Yoga only in 1987 at Life Cafe in the East Village, owned by David Life. In five years working there, she was introduced not only to Yoga, but also art, Vegetarianism, Humanitarianism, and even politics.
During this same period, Seane began working with Norman Freeman, a Gestalt therapist and Zen Buddhist. Through him she learned the benefits of healing through self-inquiry. Eventually, combining the Asana practice with a commitment to the inner emotional and spiritual journey would become the foundation of her teaching.