SUMMIT SESSIONS

Seane Corn

Create Change from the Inside Out

What You'll Learn

  • Hear how we can start to process our own and our collective trauma from the inside out

  • Dive into the personal and cultural roles in the healing process

  • Understand the importance of self-awareness as a leader, and recognize the internalized biases that you bring into each situation you walk into

About Seane Corn

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. 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. Her first book, Revolution of the Soul will be published in September 2019. You can learn more about Seane and her work on her website.

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  1. Patty April 15, 2019 at 6:12 pm - Reply

    Kaleigh can you please email a list of all the presenters from this summit with their contact info? It would be greatly appreciated. I have totally enjoyed listening to the talks. You’ve done a great job as always!!!!

  2. Sidonie April 15, 2019 at 6:42 am - Reply

    Thank you for shedding the light on repressed “isms”, internalized biases… It really takes courage and integrity to be willing to own any of our disturbing traumas. Still, it’s good to be reminded that what cannot be seen cannot be changed. The inner work is fundamental and conducive to sustainable social changes. I thank you for being an authentic role model and look forward to reading your book. Namasté!

  3. Gina April 15, 2019 at 1:48 am - Reply

    Thank you for all but most especially for touching upon the plight of animals & how very heartbreaking that aspect can be : great advice and God bless those who are able to withstand being on the front lines of that aspect of our world.❤️

  4. Nora Gainey April 14, 2019 at 9:08 am - Reply

    Very Brave. I’ve been thinking about internalized racism and wondered if it was hubris to think that no matter what, there must be some racism there. That I need to leave the shame behind to leave the ‘ism’ behind. I noticed that women are also sexist both in oUr ANGER AT MEN AND IN OUR DESIRE TO make ourselves both safe and feeling loyal to the men we love; to oppress each other. I have been more privileged in that my parents were not strongly racist. My church, culture and family were more inclusive for that time. But it was over half a century ago.
    I think I’d say that we humans do not know that it is all one. Even the rich would be richer if they would help all of us succeed instead of fear of losing it all or being taken advantage of. Everyone is taken advantage of but who cares.

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