Yamas for Yoga Teachers by Silvia Mordini

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“Today more than ever, etiquette is important.
According to Wikipedia, “a rule of etiquette may reflect an underlying ethical code.” Yogically we know this as the Yamas and Niyamas. It makes sense for yoga teachers to apply the Yamas and Niyamas in their teachings in order to elevate the profession from good to great to exemplary.
Yama is socially ethical behavior, how you treat others and the world around you. There are five yamas: ahimsa, satya, asteya, brahmacharya, aparigraha.”

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