There are several examples of the experience of saucha, both in yoga and in everyday life. In yoga practice, practitioners are encouraged to keep their bodies, yoga props and the space where they practice clean. It helps to improve concentration and awareness. Saucha of speech is also recommended during a yoga class. Being quiet helps to deepen the practice and shows respect to the teacher and/or to fellow yogis.
Saucha off the mat encourages one to keep his/her close surroundings clean. It is recommended to start with the closest small area, find the benefit and then explore further. The saucha of speech off the mat teaches to control what is said and how it is said and trying not to say negative or harmful things. The saucha of thoughts in everyday life teaches one to keep the mind calm, centered and peaceful.
Yogis use different poses, mudras, pranayama and mantras to incorporate saucha into their own lives and practice.