In addition to our 200-hour certification program, we offer advanced curriculum training for continuing education credit. These sessions are designed to make you a better teacher today, with content ranging from alignment-based cueing and sequencing strategies to subtle body topics like chakras and vayus.
Most of our sessions are taught by Alison King Tigges, ERYT-500 and Gabrielle Hopp, ERYT-200. Special guest teachers include Theresa Murphy, Dr. Paula Gelbart, and Dean Sluyter.
The session topics listed below are offered on a rotating basis, many of them annually:
Yoga Anatomy Essentials
Hatha & Vinyasa Yoga
Yin & Restorative Yoga
Advanced Sequencing Strategies
Yoga for Special Populations
The Role of the Teacher
Check our workshops page for upcoming session dates.
Interested in RYT-500 Certification? Our advanced curriculum courses can be aggregated to meet the requirements of a 300-hour program. The courses above include required material and electives so that you can tailor the program to your interests. Contact us for details: email@example.com
Alison King Tigges, ERYT-200 began her yoga practice in 2002 as a way to recover from injuries from years of sports and dance. Alison continued to practice and study under Theresa Murphy at One Tree Yoga while obtaining her undergraduate degree at UNL and graduate degree at UNO in criminal justice and public administration. She completed her teacher certification program in 2009. Alison has been teaching since then and has continued her studies with many well-known teachers, such as Amy Matthews, Tias Little, Surya Little, Linda Spackman, Nicholai Bachman, and Noah Maze.
Alison completed her 500-hour certification with Tias Little’s Prajna Yoga in Santa Fe, NM. She is one of just a few teachers nationwide qualified to teach the Prajna Yoga training curriculum. She has also completed several training courses with Noah Maze, refining her teaching skills and methods for training teachers. Alison has led One Tree Yoga’s Teacher Certification Program since 2014.
Alison sees yoga as more than something to do. It is a way of being in the world. The physical postures and breath work on the mat, combined with time on the meditation cushion, prepare us to be ready for whatever life throws our way. Yoga can help us become more physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually aware and connected, living our practice day to day.
Gabe Hopp, ERYT-200 started practicing yoga in 2003 while pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in music therapy from the University of Evansville. She continued that study in Omaha, under Theresa Murphy at One Tree Yoga, while she pursued her Master’s degree in musicology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Gabe received her 200-hour yoga teacher training in Prague, Czech Republic in 2010. Since then, she has trained extensively with master teachers throughout the United States including Tias and Surya Little, Rod Stryker, Ben Vincent, Christina Sell, and Amy Matthews.
Gabe has twice traveled to India to study with yoga masters A.G., Indra, and Ganesh Mohan in Chennai, India. She’s completed the first four modules of their 500-hour yoga therapy training. Gabe’s philosophy is that yoga is a life practice. One should view yoga practice with a broad scope to include meditation, prayer, chanting, singing, compassion in action, and breathing, as well as physical postures. Through a practice of yoga, we have the opportunity to discover our true nature and our purpose for being here (dharma). Most recently, Gabe has been co-leading OTY’s teacher training program, pursuing a 500-hour certification from Prajna Yoga, and leading kirtan.
Home Practice for Teachers
Practicing the 8 Limbs
Yamas & Niyamas
Sanskrit, Sounding, Chanting