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One Movement
300 Hour Advanced Teacher Training

August 16th - September 14th, 2020
Munich, Germany

Embark on a life-changing journey to spiritual growth, physical prowess, and comprehensive knowledge that will transform you as a student, teacher, and practitioner. The One Movement Advanced 300 hour yoga teacher training is an experiential and extensive training where you will acquire many different tools on teaching, anatomy, asana, philosophy, and more, with the focus on who is using these tools and why you are using them.

The program is limited to 30 students, ensuring personal care and attention. Graduates that have previously completed a 200-hour Yoga Alliance approved teacher-training program will be eligible for the Yoga Alliance 500-hour Yoga Teacher Registry.

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This training is physically and emotionally demanding because of this we recommend at least two years of a consistent asana practice. At the 300-hour level, you are expected to have a basic competence in teaching asana. A 200 hour teacher training course is required however it does not have to be from Yoga Alliance. It is highly recommended that you have at least one year of full-time teaching or two years of part-time teaching and feel confident in teaching an asana class.

If you intend to complete your 500-hour RYT certification, a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Certificate from One Movement or another Yoga Alliance approved 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training is required.


"I gained strength and confidence on all levels, and even more self-love and courage to face my fears and anxieties." - Susann



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  • Deepening your self-practice

    • Creating a daily sadhana practice, self-growth, discovery and spiritual development

  • Developing a physically advanced practice

    • Create a personal practice that will advance your strength, flexibility, and mastery of the physical body

  • Meditation Practices, Techniques and Philosophy

  • Teaching Meditation

  • Advanced Pranayama techniques

  • Advanced assisting techniques

    • Deepening the anatomical knowledge and purpose of the pose

    • Assists on advance postures

    • Postural assists based on assisting according to the associated myofascial meridians.

  • Workshop development

    • Developing structure, creativity, and content

    • Delivering detailed, comprehensive and meaningful workshops

  • Inversions and Arm Balances

    • Practicing and Teaching and Assisting Techniques

  • Fascia and the Myofascial Meridians

    • In-depth physiological understanding fascia, myofascial meridians, fascial properties and the applied techniques to postures, sequencing and assists.

  • Applied Anatomy & Physiology

    • Advanced knowledge of movement first anatomy, structure, and application to asana

  • Yoga Kinesiology and Integration of other movement techniques

    • Stepping outside the box of traditional asana

  • Creative Sequencing

  • Myofascial Meridian Sequencing

  • Yoga as a Profession

    • Business Development

    • Planning, organizing, and teaching retreats, festivals, and workshops

    • Logistics, contacting studios, contracts, pricing, invoicing

  • Bhakti, chanting, mantras, rituals, pujas, and kriyas

  • Astrology as it relates to yoga philosophy, chakras and personal development.

  • Karma and Seva

  • Solo Wilderness Meditation Journey

    • Connection to Inner Nature, Outer Nature and Source through solo meditation immersion in Nature.


Daily Schedule


06:00 - 06:30 | Meditation: mantra, pranayama, pujas, kriyas
06:30 - 08:45 | Morning alternating practice: Pingala flow, Ida flow, assisted self-practice
08:45 - 09:15 | Inversion practice
09:15 - 10:00 | Silent breakfast: healthy and delicious vegetarian and vegan meal*
10:00 - 12:30 | Session 1
12:30 - 14:00 | Lunch: healthy and delicious vegetarian and vegan meal*
14:00 - 15:55 | Session 2 16:05 - 18:00 | Session 3
18:00 - 19:30 | Dinner: healthy and delicious vegetarian and vegan meal*
19:30 - 21:00 | Satsang: Bhakti, kirtan, philosophy and special events
22:00 | Evening silence, journaling, and meditation


07:00 - 10:00 | Morning practice / special class
10:00 | Special Sunday brunch*
11:00 - 14:00 | Free time
14:00 | Afternoon tea and snacks
14:45 - 18:00 | Free time
18:00 | Dinner: healthy and delicious vegetarian and vegan meal
19:30 | Free time
22:00 | Evening silence, journaling, and meditation

* Dietary needs available


"Dylan's patience, his incredible ability to share his knowledge, and his imaginative and challenging daily vinyasa classes unleashed a whole new world of flow!" - Anna


Dylan Werner, E-RYT 500

I grew up in the mountains of Southern California, where at an early age I became obsessed with fitness, movement, extreme sports, and nature. At 18, I joined the U.S. Marine Corps, where I served as an aircraft firefighter, and also wrestled for the All-Marine wrestling team. After one tour of duty in the Iraqi war, I was honorably discharged and returned to California to attend university, where I studied anatomy and emergency medicine. I spent eight years working as a paramedic; four years on an ambulance and another four years as a full-time firefighter/paramedic.

I was first introduced to yoga in 2001 as a part of my martial arts training, but it wasn't until 2009 when I made the yoga practice a part of my daily life and started to understand the true journey of the yogi.

Since 2011, I have been teaching yoga. Though being a lover of movement, handstands, arm balances and creative sequencing, my focus is the integration of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence to create a space to deepen the inner connection.

In 2015, I gave up my home in California to travel and teach workshops, teacher trainings, festivals, and retreats. I am passionate about spreading my love for yoga and helping others in their journey by sharing my own.

Mercy Ananda, E-RYT 500, MA

A deep interest in the ancient texts of yoga combined with the guidance of wonderful teachers – Baba Hari Das, Sri Swami Satchidananda, and Amma – have helped form the basis of what I share. I lead Bhakti workshops that explore the yoga of devotion through creative expression, where we learn mantra chanting, kirtan, yoga instruments and include sound healing practices with Tibetan bowls and bells. It is a great pleasure for me to share the practices of yoga with you; to bring the ancient and the modern together and find our way with them – and to experience insightful and delightful times together as we explore.

Shiva Das

My spiritual quest found its path in the practice of bhakti yoga with some Buddhist meditation techniques mixed in for good measure. At 28, I discovered that astrology helped to explain things I was leaning on my spiritual quest and for the next 40 it has been my passion. In 2014, Divine Love Astrology was published, a treatise on spiritual astrology. For the past nine years I have had the good fortune to provide astrology readings and music for the nightly satsangs at Yandara Yoga Institute in southern Baja, Mexico.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How proficient in yoga do I have to be?

    This training is physically and emotionally demanding because of this we recommend at least two years of a consistent asana practice. At the 300-hour level, you are expected to have a basic competence in teaching asana. A 200 hour teacher training course is required. It is highly recommended that you have at least one year of full-time teaching or two years of part-time teaching and feel confident in teaching an asana class.

    If you intend to complete your 500-hour RYT certification, a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Certificate from One Movement or another Yoga Alliance approved 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training is required.

  • What to expect?

    For 30 days you will be immersed in the studies of yoga, philosophy, and deepening your personal practice. The training will be physically, emotionally and spiritually demanding. Full of challenge and transformation. Please come with an open mind and open heart.

    Every day will start with 30 minutes of meditation, 2.25 hours of asana and 30 minutes of handstand and arm balance training. 12 hour of silence is observed everyday, from 10 pm until after breakfast, when we start the first workshop/teaching sessions. The days are filled with theory, philosophy, workshops and personal development. Evenings close with Satsang, kirtan or other special events.

  • Do we get free time?

    Because this is a 300-hour training in 30 days, there is very little free time. The evenings and meal times are yours to enjoy and relax. Sunday morning you will have a 3 hour morning class, after that the rest of the day is yours. On some Sundays, there will be speacial organized events, there is a lot of amazing hiking all around, a sauna, and nature swimming pool. But mostly you will use your free time to relax and reflect.

  • How many students will there be in the training?

    I am only taking 30 students. I want to connect personally with everyone and to be easily available and accessible to guide and mentor you through this process. This is much easier in a small group and I find that small groups connect better with each other.

  • What kind of certification will I get?

    One Movement is a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga School. Students with a 200-hour Yoga Alliance certification will be eligible for their 500-hour RYT. After graduation, you will need to use your certificate to register with Yoga Alliance. This is the standard procedure to become a RYT 500. All graduating students will receive a 300-hour certificate from One Movement Yoga.

  • When does the training start?

    Orientation and arrival is on August 16th at 6pm but you are welcome to come earlier on the day to get settled in. We will all depart the morning of September 14th.

  • How to get there?

    The Seminar house is in Pfaffing, Germany 50 Km east of Munich and a one hour drive from Munich Airport. Detailed instructions will be given after student registration.

  • What are the accommodations like?

    The training takes place at Seminarhaus Holzmannstett, a beautiful Itilian architecture house with 26 rooms, 45 beds, and 3 beautiful yoga shalas. The seminar house sits on 10,000 sqm's with extensive gardens, surrounded by meadows, fields and forests and faces south with views of the mountains. The architectural heart of the house is the large dining and lounge area - a column-supported historic vaulted room with a large wood-burning stove and south-facing terrace. The rooms with their bright softwood furniture are clearly and harmoniously designed. There is a sauna and nature swimming pool to enjoy durning freetime.

  • What’s the weather like?

    Average daily temperatures are wonderful in August/September in Bavaria. In general, daily lows are around 12˚C (53˚F), while daily highs usually reach 23˚C (73.4˚F). The weather typically begins to start to cool down as we move into September but still stays rather pleasant. Except during the night and the early morning, we should experience pleasant temperatures throughout the day. The interval in which it feels comfortable expands progressively from the beginning of June toward the end of the month. Initially, it spans the period from around 3 pm to 7 pm. By the end of the period, it extends from around 11 am until 10 pm. Hence, when we are outside, you'll need short sleeves during the day and a sweater at evening.

  • What kind of food is available?

    Vegetarian cuisine that is tasty and above all lovingly prepared food. We mainly use organically grown food, no finished products and all dishes are freshly prepared. The full board includes a rich breakfast buffet with changing, freshly prepared cereals and fresh grain pies. The lunch menu is luscious salads with delicious a main course. In the evenings, soups, baked oven dishes, cheese, spreads, baked vegetables or potatoes on the plate, and sometimes home-baked breads alternate. Non caffinated teas and fruits are available throughout the day. There are many dietary restrictions required to follow through the training. The diet is low to zero added sugar, and salt, no meat, no fish, no coffee and no caffine.

  • Is there a town nearby?

    There are a few small towns that are a short drive or long walk nearby. I recommend that you bring everything that you need. Purchasing things during the training will be difficult however if you arrive and are missing something, we can do our best to get it for you.

  • What to bring?

    • Passport
    • Assigned reading material and homework
    • Sleeping bag for Solo Nature Quest
    • A sticky, non-slip yoga mat
    • Yoga strap
    • Water bottle
    • Travel mug with lid for hot drinks
    • Toiletries, soap, shampoo, conditioner - Toiletries are provided but I recommend you bring your own. (feminine hygiene products)
    • Writing materials: lined paper, pens, etc.
    • Journal
    • Cheap wrist watch with an alarm for Solo Nature Quest
    • Camera (Phone camera is ok)
    • Layers of comfortable clothing (including WARM & COOL clothes)
    • Comfortable clothes for daily yoga practice and meditation
    • Warm jacket, sweater/jumper
    • Shorts, tank tops, swimsuit for hot tub
    • Personal comfort items i.e. supplements
    • iPod or personal music player if you’d like to use your music to teach with

  • What is included in the cost?

    Cost includes tuition, accommodation, all meals, snacks and drinks, teaching manual and hand outs.

  • Do I need a visa for Germany?

    US Citizens and EU citizens don’t need a visa to go to Germany. Please check here if you need a visa if coming from outside of the US or EU.

  • What is your refund policy?

    The €1000 deposit is non-refundable. Refunds for any additional payments are handled on a case by case basis. Full refund if cancelation is 3 months prior to the start date or more (minus deposit). If cancelation is less than 3 months, refunds are given only if the spot is filled by another student.