Frequently Asked Questions-Classes

LIMBER TREE FAQ - YOGA:

I've Never Tried Yoga Before.  What Classes Can I Come To? 
All of our classes are designed to help you start or continue your journey with Yoga, whether you've ever tried it before our not. Our teachers are trained to guide you with pose modifications depending on your experience, past injuries, age, or energy level. We also teach you to use props to assist you in poses that may be challenging for your body.  

I Can't Even Touch My Toes!  I'm Not Flexible Enough To Come To Yoga, Am I? 
A main reason for practicing Yoga is to help you regain flexibility and ease in movement. Everyone starts their practice as a beginner.  You SHOULD come to yoga to to regain the flexibility that is natural for you. We also teach you to use props to assist you in poses that may be challenging for your body.  

What do I wear?
Wear clothing that is comfortable and that you can move freely in.  Don't wear clothes with belt loops, buttons, or zippers. We typically practice barefoot, unless you prefer wearing Yogatoes socks. 

What if I have a specific recent injury?
Please email us and let us know before you come! Our instructors are trained to work with all levels, all abilities and many injuries. It would be awesome to know you're coming beforehand so we can specifically accommodate you. This includes pregnant women, back injuries, hernias, knee/hip replacements, etc.


Can I Come to Yoga If I'm Pregnant?
We often offer Prenatal Yoga Series and Workshops.  These classes are designed to specifically address the body as it is going through the changes of pregnancy.  Please talk to an instructor or Sharli, the owner, if you are pregnant and want to start coming to yoga classes!


What do all of those strange words mean...Om, Vinyasa, Namaste...?
Yoga has it's foundation with Sanskrit Language, so some of the words and expressions used may sound unfamiliar. Yoga is not a religion.  You are free to bring your own spiritual practice with you to your class, or leave it at the door when you come in. 

OM (sometimes sang or said in class): Om is a mantra, or vibration, that is traditionally chanted at the beginning and end of yoga sessions. It is said to be the sound of the universe.

Vinyasa (style of class): Breath with Movement

Namaste (said at the end of class): I honor the spirit in you which is also the spirit in me.

 

How Many Times Per Week Should I Practice? 
We recommend first and foremost, that you listen to the intuitive nature of your body. Even if you only practice for one hour a week, you will experience the benefits of the practice. If you can do more than that, you will certainly experience more benefits. We suggest starting with two or three times a week.  Don’t let time constraints or unrealistic goals be an obstacle—do what you can and don’t worry about it. You will likely find that after a while your desire to practice expands naturally and you will find yourself doing more and more.

 

Limber Tree FAQ aerial - yoga:

Do I need to be good at yoga?
You don't even need to know anything about YOGA to come to these classes! They are made for every body and everybody.

Do I need to be a certain weight to come?
No! Our rigging is set up to hold over 1500 lbs of dynamic load. Unless you weigh over 1500 lbs., then you will be able to thrive in aerial yoga :-)

What do I wear?
 NO jewelry, and comfortable yoga clothes. You will be moving in and through the silk and inverting from time to time. If you're wearing baggy shorts, just make sure you feel comfortable moving around and upside down - we recommend pants!

Do I need to be really strong or flexible?
Absolutely not! You come to aerial yoga to develop those parts of you (and more!). 

What if I have a specific recent injury?
Please email us and let us know before you come! Our instructors are trained to work with all levels, all abilities and many injuries. It would be awesome to know you're coming beforehand so we can specifically accommodate you. This includes pregnant women, back injuries, hernias, knee/hip replacements, etc.

Is there a weight limit for pole fitness classes? 
Yes, our hammocks are designed and rigged for 250 lbs or less. 

LIMBER TREE FAQ - pole fitness:

Do I need to know what I'm doing when it comes to working with the pole?
You don't even need to know anything about Pole Fitness to come to these classes! They are designed for you to learn from the beginning.

What do I wear?
 Shorts!  Less is more in pole fitness.  Your skin creates traction on the pole so you can stick to it.  Please wear shorts and tank tops, and no body lotions or jewelry. 

Is stripping involved? 

No. There is zero nudity. We are a fitness class. The only thing stripped away is your inhibitions.


Is there a weight limit for pole fitness classes? 
Yes, our poles are designed and rigged for 250 lbs or less. 

 

 
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212 North 29th Street
Billings, MT, 59101
United States