300-Hour Professional Program Overview:
Fall/Winter 2023-24. Contact us for more details
Yoga One has been training instructors to teach yoga since 2007. All of our trainings blend ancient yogic philosophy and mindfulness practices with modern asana and teaching techniques.
Our graduates have gone on to own or manage their own yoga studios (four right here in San Diego), lead yoga teacher trainings and retreats, as well as teaching in top yoga studios, gyms, corporations and with private clients. We are excited to get to know you and grateful to help you expand your skills, knowledge and inspiration to share the joys and benefits of yoga with others.
All of Yoga One’s Teacher Trainings are affiliated with Yoga Alliance and MyCAA. We hope you will join us!
“Completing my 300 Hour Training with Yoga One is the best decision I’ve ever made!” – L.S.
Course topics include:
Teaching methodology and practicum:
Refine the art of teaching: effective, creative and inspiring lesson planning, sequencing, clear inclusive language, hands-on assisting, use of Sanskrit, and more.
Delve into areas of specialization and present final projects to the group.
Engage with detail and nuance to move beyond yes or no answers. High-level professionals can view the same set of data and arrive at different conclusions; often the answer is, “It depends.”
Accessibility and trauma sensitivity:
Explore principles and practice how to incorporate breath-work, accessibility and trauma sensitivity into your teaching and life.
Expand your understanding of anatomy as it relates to yoga, including prevention of common yoga injuries and tools for effectively helping students. Gain practical knowledge, confidence and ease in tailoring your instruction.
Philosophy and history:
Dive into yoga philosophy including but not limited to the Chakras, Koshas, historical and modern contexts both on and beyond the mat.
Support and motivate one another to be authentic and committed students of yoga so that we can most effectively and responsibly share the joys and benefits of yoga with others.
Classes at Yoga One:
Enjoy attending, evaluating and assisting classes as part of your tuition (classes expire on last day of course). Existing memberships can be frozen.
300 Hour Certificate:
Upon successful course completion, students will receive a 300 Hour Certificate and be eligible to register with Yoga Alliance at the RYT-300 level.
“You are all phenomenal! I’m so inspired…I learned so much and gained a community of students, teachers and friends, and worked through a lot of my own fears. It’s an amazing experience for anyone on their journey as a yogi and teacher.” ~ G.K.
Your Investment: $3,950. Sign up now and save $700.
No refunds. Payment plans can be arranged. Click here to complete an application. Or, Contact Us for more details.
Get started and begin the adventure!
Missy DiDonato – Lead
Missy, E-RYT 500, began practicing yoga in 1997 by following along to a VHS tape in her living room. As her body awareness improved and she noticed how calm she felt, she started to practice yoga consistently by taking classes at a local studio.
In 2010, Missy completed a 200-hour Teacher Training at UCSD and jumped into giving classes, eager to share her passion and knowledge with others. In 2012, she continued her education at Yoga One, attending their 200-hour Teacher Training. Missy’s love of knowledge and self-growth inspired her to complete Yoga One’s 300 hour Yoga Teacher Training.
As a human and teacher, Missy is warm and friendly. She grounds students in an ongoing awareness of breath while guiding them through poses with clear directions, modelling, and hands-on adjustments. Gently spiritual in her approach, she provides a physical practice that meets each student where they are. She is also Yoga One’s OM (Office Manager), come say hi to her at the studio or in one of her classes!
Anna Hartman – Functional Anatomy / Movement Educator
Anna is a world-class athletic trainer, movement educator, anatomy nerd, speaker, serial people-pleaser, and constant learner.
As an athletic trainer, she has worked exclusively with elite and professional athletes in the NFL, MLB, NBA, USTA, WTA, PGA, LPGA, NHL, MLS, Olympics, USATF and Division 1 universities. Along with many years of experience treating professional athletes, her sports health care practice is an integration and assimilation of over 5000+ hours of professional continuing education, blending approaches from many influences such as movement impairment systems, DNS, Pilates, yoga, EXOS, FMS, visceral and neural manipulation, and more.
Between her blog, Movement Map Webinar, Group Mentorship Program, speaking and consulting, she educates fellow healthcare practitioners so that they can take ownership of their practice. You’ll be blown away by how much you’ll learn from Anna’s many different philosophies, approaches and methods which are all boiled down into her tried-and-true, unique approach to anatomy and her belief in the body’s ability to heal itself.
She loves lounging in a hammock with a good book (or for a nap), any type of dip, fruity cocktails, staying active, and asking good questions. Anna is at her best when she’s serving others and or at the beach – or better yet, both.
Nazli (Takesh) Boshell – Vinyasa Sequencing, Koshas, Breathwork and Business of Yoga
Nazli E-RYT 500, has spent over a decade teaching yoga, training yoga teachers, and leading retreats around the world. Holistic wellness is a lifelong love of hers, and her passions lie in creative movement, sound healing, and breathwork. Her teachings focus on empowerment, education, and connection to Self, community, and the Earth.
When she is not leading a wellness experience, you can find her spending time in nature, being active, cooking plant-based meals, traveling, and deepening her own practice of mindful living.
Amy Caldwell – Practice Teaching, Asana Refinement (5 Alignment Steps, Stages, Variations, etc.)
Amy, Yoga One Co-founder and Head Teacher, E-RYT- 500, leads classes that are an artful blend of movement and stillness, strength and flexibility, breath and awareness. Each unique class inspires students to bring together body, mind and heart in the present moment, enhancing well-being on and off the mat. Amy has dedicated herself to the practice, study and teaching of yoga since discovering its joys and benefits in 1997 while backpacking throughout Asia, Australia, and parts of Europe. Her studies have included Anusara, Iyengar, Ashtanga, Sivananda and Vipassana meditation. She also draws inspiration from everyday life with Michael (husband and Yoga One co-founder) and their two children, dancing, reading and time at the beach and with friends.
Amy has twice been featured on the cover of Yoga Journal including their 30th anniversary issue, as well as appearing inside for the “Home Practice” section. She collaborated with 3D4Medical in creating iYoga Premium for iPad and iPhone which reached the number one spot for best-selling health and fitness applications worldwide on Apple store with over 15,000 downloads in the first month. She co-taught a class for City of Hope on the outfield of Padres’ Petco Park which raised over $80,000 to fight and treat cancer as well as leading the first ever yoga class on the USS Midway to 1,000 yogis in conjunction with the Downtown Partnership and Scripps Health. Amy leads Yoga One’s 200 Hour Teacher Trainings, which attract students from all over the world. She co-wrote the 200 Hour Manual and wrote the 300 Hour Manual. She loves teaching at Yoga One, Rancho La Puerta and for various corporate wellness programs both in person and online.