I wish to find some universal yoga complex for every day, for 30-45 min. to do it at home to make it a habit. I wached a lot of videos, read a lot, even loaded a mobile app. with different sessions and now i fell myself lost in all the information. Can you help me somehow?
It is not easy to build your own practice, but it is well worth the effort. Once established, you'll have much more benefit compared to someone who occasionally visits yoga classes.
There are a few things that need to be addressed when building the practice of your own:
I'd suggest to start with a system which has fixed sequences. It helps with the discipline, and there's less to think about. Ashtanga yoga has fixed sequences, but the ashtanga sequences are long (up to 90-120 min). David Swenson has a number of 15, 30, 45 minute routines which are cut-down versions of the ashtanga series, designed for people short on time.
You'll probably need to start practicing along with a book or dvd until you remember the poses. There's an ocean of material out there, just a few:
If you can get your hand on P90X Yoga, give it a try; it's an hour and half though.