There is so much more to Yoga than just the physical practice! It is a way of living. According to one of the most important ancient text, known as Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, there are 8 limbs of Yoga or 8-fold path to Yoga, also known as Ashtanga/ Raja Yoga.
In this course you will learn all about the first two limbs, which are:
YAMAS - guidelines/ our attitudes toward our environment
NIYAMAS - observances/ our attitudes toward ourselves
One of my Yoga teachers in India once said to me, that you should first understand Yamas and Niyamas and then move on to the third limb of Yoga, Asanas (the physical practice).
This course is designed for all Yoga practitioners, who want to learn more about the very foundations of Yoga, going beyond the physical practice, AND for everyone else in general, who want to live a better, happier, healthier, more meaningful and higher quality life.
I recommend you to first simply start observing your attitudes toward your environment and toward yourself. Before going to bed, think about your day and ask yourself, if you could improve anything or maybe even keep a journal.
If you have any doubt come back to the course; remember that nothing happens overnight!
Keep observing, keep practicing, keep growing:)