About Sean Corey

My yoga journey began in 2012 when I enrolled in a 200-hour Ashtanga teacher training in the small beach village of Haad Tien in Koh Phangan, Thailand.

There, I was guided by masterful teachers, and it was my first deep dive into the study and practice of yoga.

At that time in my life, I was very much into fitness and living the bodybuilding lifestyle. I had practiced yoga only a few times before jumping into the fire with a 30-day intensive training program! I’m deeply grateful for that experience and the wonderful soul that led me to the path. (thanks, Kate).

Six months earlier, I flew to Thailand to embark on a healing journey at a holistic rehab center. I was on a mission to free my mind and body from an on-again, off-again drug and alcohol addiction that began at the ripe age of 13. The universe responded in a big way, leading me to remarkable teachers, counselors, and spiritual guides. While my journey to sobriety wasn’t linear, I discovered the profound impact of yoga and its supporting practices. I felt a deep resonance within, knowing that there was something genuinely transformative in these ancient practices.

In 2017, I enrolled in the residential program at the Himalayan Institute and immersed myself in the study and practice of yoga and meditation. I attended hundreds of lectures and became certified as an RTY-500 Yoga Teacher and Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist. I learned the profound sciences of yoga, meditation, and mantra. I developed a daily meditation practice and began embracing Ayurvedic principles in my life. Those five years were profoundly transformative, and I experienced a complete renewal of body, mind, and soul.

I remain eternally grateful for the grace and teachings bestowed upon me during those transformative years. I continue to learn and grow under the guidance of my beloved teacher, Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, PhD, and the Himalayan Institute.

When I’m not teaching yoga or meditation, I love to be outdoors, in the ocean, ideally with a longboard and some amazing waves :). I’m also a web designer and have been building websites professionally since 2007. It brings me great joy to help conscious brands thrive in the digital world.

I wholeheartedly invite you to join me, just as you are, and experience the transformative power of yogic practices in your life.