Below you'll find answers to our most frequently asked questions.  If you don't see the answer please free to reach out


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.


Downtown parking seems confusing and complicated, but it is not! We have plenty of parking solutions that differ according to the time and day that you come to class:

Weekdays 8:00am-5:00pm

a. Metered Parking on the street in front of the building. $.75 will pay for 1 hour.

b. For the time being, you may park behind the building in the parking lot next to the Peter Yegen Office. YOU MUST PARK IN THE SPOTS MARKED 1ST MONTANA TITLE OR YOU WILL BE TOWED.

Weekdays before 8:00AM or after 5:00PM

a. Free parking at the metered spots in the street

b. Free parking in the parking garage across from the front entrance of the studio


Free Parking everywhere: Streets, Parking Garages, Parking Lots (Unless otherwise marked)


Yourself with an open heart and mind. Leave your ego at the door and know that everyone who wishes goes through the experience of their first yoga class sometime in their lives.

​A yoga mat if you prefer to use your own. We do have FREE mats for you to use at the studio and also mats to purchase if you’d like to have your own.

​Props are important! If you like to use any other prop (blanket, strap, block, bolster, pillow) that enhances your practice, bring it! We do have all of these props available and will show you how to use them!

Evidence or method of payment for class.​


Wear comfortable clothing that allows your body to move and breath easily. Our classes are all about coming to a space within yourself and feeling at ease. If you’re not feeling that way physically/externally, you’ll find it difficult to create that space for yourself.


We have very fair pricing on our regular class passes at Limber Tree. In order to uphold the value of our class offerings, we ask that each student only use a new student pass promotion one time. This includes new student passes used at the studio, Groupon Deals, Billings Gazette Deals, and any other new student promotion. If you haven’t attended classes at the studio for at least 6-months, this policy renews itself and you may re-attend classes with a new student pass once again.


While we love to create an atmosphere of flexibility, understanding, and compassion, we also need to ensure the stability of the studio. We have a “no refund” policy in regards to class, class series, training, and workshop purchases, with the exception of a cancellation deemed necessary by the studio. We are willing to look at transfers of classes on a case-by-case basis only. In regard to refunds on products, we cannot take returns or offer refunds on used yoga mats or props. However, we do offer a buy-back program. Please inquire with the owner in regard to this program.