How much do yoga classes cost? Do you offer free yoga or meditation classes?

$12 weekly – 1 class/week. Auto renews. 
$20 weekly – 2 classes/week. Auto renews. 
$25 weekly – Unlimited access. Auto renews. 10% off workshops and series

All weekly memberships include access to our On-Demand Video Library. Weekly memberships can be used on any class regardless of location.

We understand changing circumstances, to cancel or change a plan at any time, please email before your next cycle.

Video Library –  $30 monthly. Unlimited access to videos from our online classes and special videos just created for our library. Videos vary in length from 15, 30, 60, and 75 minutes. New content is added every week.  Enjoy classes when you want from the comfort of your own home or office.

New Student Offer — three drop-in classes for $30 (limit one per student) (expires after 2 years – no cash value and not refundable))

Single Class – $15 – (expires after 2 years – no cash value and not refundable)

10 Class Pass – $140 (expires after 2 years – no cash value and not refundable) If your pass expires you can extend it for 3 months for $15.

Meditation – We offer meditation classes free or by donation, you choose. Register for the class and pay what you can when you sign-in to Mindbody.

Scholarship – email if you would like to receive a scholarship to attend any of our classes, workshops series, and programs. This includes (and is not limited to) essential workers, veterans, or active service members who are in need of help to attend classes, workshops, or trainings.

What is Evolution’s refund/cancellation policy?

Evolution Physical Therapy & Yoga is committed to offering quality programs to our students. In order to meet this goal, we need to have a consistent means of dealing with cancellations and no-shows for our workshops and pre-registration classes. We realize that life can cause plans to change at the last minute. We hope to make our policies clear so that we can continue to offer quality programs.


Single, first-time student and 5 & 10-class passes expire after two years, they have no cash value and are not refundable. Five and ten-class passes can be extended for three months by paying a $15 reinstatement fee.


All of our workshops and series include a non-refundable 10% registration fee.  A full refund (minus the 10% registration fee) will be given for cancellations 14 days prior to the workshop or first class of the series.

Studio credit will be given for cancellations within 7-13 days’ notice, minus the registration fee.

50% studio credit, minus the registration fee, is given for cancellations with at least 2 days’ notice.

No credit is given for cancellation of workshop or series attendance with less than 2 days’ notice.


Store credit or refund will be given for items returned in new/unused condition within 10 days of the purchase date.

We will exchange unused items for another size or color (if available) within 30 days of the purchase price.

Is there parking at Evolution?

The 4 designated Evolution parking spots in front of the building are reserved for Physical Therapy patients during daytime hours.

You are welcome to park in any other spot in the front lot for yoga classes (including EvoBabies and EvoKids). There is also on-street parking on Kilburn and parking in the Pine Street lot behind the studio. Thank you for your consideration.

What should I wear / bring to class?

Wear loose, comfortable clothing you can move in. We have yoga mats and props available for your use.

How do I cancel my yoga membership?
To terminate,
1. please log in to your MindBody Evolution account on your desktop and go to My Info > Account. (Contract cancellation unavailable on the app)
2. Go to the Auto Pays section and click on Terminate next to the contract you wish to terminate.
3. Please keep in mind that you are terminating effective immediately.


What should I expect at my first visit?

An initial evaluation is scheduled for an hour one-on-one evaluation with your physical therapist. Your PT will spend 20-30 minutes talking with you to gather your medical history, details of the symptoms or injury for which you are seeking treatment, and will ask questions to better understand your goals for treatment.

The physical evaluation is used to assess the areas of your body that are involved in causing your symptoms. Flexibility and strength will be measured in several positions. Your posture and muscle tone will be evaluated. In most cases we will look at joint mobility and will assess the movements that cause your pain to determine if changing your movement patterns will help to reduce your symptoms.

The last 10 minutes will be spent explaining your diagnosis and the recommended treatment program. You will leave with a handout of a simple home program to start working on addressing the issues found during the evaluation.

How often will I need to attend physical therapy?

We see most of our clients once a week for 45-minute sessions. We average 6-8 sessions per diagnosis. If you have just had surgery or your injury is recent and resulting in significant functional impairment, we may ask to see you two times per week for the first 2-3 weeks.

What should I bring with me to my first visit?

Please bring medical notes notes, diagnostic reports or a disc with images of the area in question. If you were referred by your medical provider, please bring the referral with you. Bring a list of your medications including the amount of the medication and how often you take it.

Do I need a referral?

You only need a referral if your insurance requires it. Medicare and Medicaid are the only two programs in state that require a referral. If you have an out of state insurance plan or an out-of-network plan, please check with the insurance company by calling the number on the back of your card.

What should I wear to my appointment?

Please wear loose comfortable clothes. If you have a lower extremity injury bring a pair of shorts. If you have an upper extremity injury bring a tank top.

I have two injuries, will you assess both of these at the first visit?

It depends on the areas that are injured. If the two areas are closely related such as neck and shoulder pain, we will assess both areas in one visit. However, if the areas are unrelated, such as neck and knee pain, we will need to do two separate evaluations. Your therapist will ask you which area you would like to have evaluated first.

Do you take insurance?

We directly bill most insurance companies including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, MVP, Great West, Medicare, Catamount, UVM and Champlain College Student Insurance (CHP), Medicaid, VHAP, Green Mountain Care, Motor Vehicle and Worker’s Compensation.

We are out of network providers for United Healthcare, Aetna and all other insurance companies not listed above. If you have out of network coverage we can direct bill your insurance company, but your out of pocket costs may be higher. Please call us at 802-864-9642 if you have any questions about coverage.

How do I make an appointment?

Please call our office at 802-864-9642 to schedule a visit. Our scheduling desk is open 7 days per week. If we are away from the front desk or busy checking in a yoga class please leave a message at the front desk and we will call you back to set up an appointment.

Do I need to come early for my first visit?

Please arrive 15 minutes early for your first visit to complete our paperwork. If you would like to receive your paperwork in advance of your appointment, please call our office and we will e-mail, fax or mail you the appropriate information. If you don’t arrive early, the time you take to fill in the paperwork will cut into your session with the therapist.

en English