Integrate Yoga in your everyday life!

(In Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra, the eightfold path is called ashtanga, which literally means “eight limbs” (ashta=eight, anga=limb). These eight steps basically act as guidelines on how to live a meaningful and purposeful life.

They serve as a prescription for moral and ethical conduct and self-discipline; they direct attention toward one’s health; and they help us to acknowledge the spiritual aspects of our nature.

The first limb, yama, deals with one’s ethical standards and sense of integrity, focusing on our behavior and how we conduct ourselves in life.) Yoga journal

Yama is about speaking and acting:

  • without violence
  • truthfull
  • without stealing

and noncovetousness, which practically means not to take, use or keep anything you don’t need.

Self-discipline, I think it is very important in our life, without it you can’t achive much.

Be aware of your breath. Breath in and out through your nose. Only if you are “overheated” or you want to cool down breath out trough your mouth.

Suck your belly in whenever you move or sit down.

keep your back straight!!

Relaxation is as important as work or exercise.


Never compare!

Be in the NOW, concentrate on what you are doing.

Respect yourself and others.

Stretch everything you can.


Believe. (in yourself,God,The One,The Universe)

Love what you do – and do what you love.

Yoga is life,love

NAMASTE; The gesture Namaste represents the belief that there is a Divine Spark within each of us that is located in the heart chakra. The gesture is an acknowledgment of the soul in one by the soul in another. In Sanskrit the word is namah + te = namaste (Devnagari/Hindi: नमः + ते = नमस्ते) which means “I bow to you” – my greetings, salutations or prostration to you. Wikipedia