Frequently Asked Questions
Single Class – $15
Ten Class Card* – $140 ($40 off 10-class passes if purchased on your first visit.)
Community Class -$5-10 (pay what you can)
Unlimited Yoga Class Pass:
First Time Unlimited Pass: $65, then $99 per month (3 month minimum)
One-Month Unlimited Yoga Class Pass:$130/Month
Employee Discounts – $10 off every 10 class card for Howard Center, COTS, University of Vermont Medical Center, VEIC, Carshare VT Members, VNA and Dealer.com employees.
* Class cards have no cash value and expire two years after purchase date.
Recommended for beginner or intermediate practitioners, level I focuses on building strength and endurance by creating a firm foundation in all poses. This class will explore the power of standing poses, gentle back bending, and core strength-building poses. Basic yoga breathing techniques are included in level I classes.
This intermediate class is a bridge connecting foundation poses to a more moderately-paced practice. Level I/II focuses on transitioning accurately between poses, particularly in sun salutations. Basic inversions will be introduced, as well as more challenging back bending and balancing poses. This class is appropriate for any level beyond brand-new beginner.
A strong practice for those with prior yoga experience, level II balances vigorous vinyasa with sustained poses in order to refine the details of the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of the practice. This class explores deeper versions of standing and seated poses, arm balances and inversions, and pranayama exercises. Must have a strong yoga practice to participate.
Advanced students and teachers, men and women, who can kick to handstand at the wall and perform Urdhva Dhanurasana (full wheel back bend) with straight arms. This practice is for dedicated practitioners of all ages, who are very committed to their practice, building community, and gracefully playing their edge. The teacher practices alongside the students and gives direction and guidance. Experienced students are always welcome. The practice concludes with a half-hour exploration of meditation, yoga nidra, shavasana, and/or restorative poses. This practice is not recommended for beginners.
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.
All of our workshops 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.
A studio credit will be given if you cancel with 7-13 days notice, minus the registration fee.
A 50% credit, minus the registration fee, is available for cancellations of workshop attendance more than 2 days prior to the workshop.
No credit is given for cancellation of workshop attendance 2 or less days before the workshop.
A full refund minus a 10% registration fee will be given for cancellations 14 days prior to the start of the session. A studio credit minus a 10% registration fee is available until the beginning of the second class of the session. After the start of the second class, no refund or credit will be given.
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.
Wear loose, comfortable clothing you can move in. We have yoga mats and props available for your use.