Wellness @ the VTCRC
Your health is important. Now more than ever, many people are spending most of their days sitting at a desk or inside an office. The VTCRC offers a variety of health and wellness activities to get you up and moving... and focused on YOU!
In Balance Yoga, with a second location at the VTCRC - 1900 Kraft Drive, Suite 109), supports and leads a yoga community that practices and provides a variety of yoga to all populations and is passionate about giving back to each other and the planet! To progress and expand the community they offer an array of studio classes, trainings, workshops, and retreats within our yoga studio and globally. In Balance Yoga is a social entrepreneurship business model giving back each quarter to three different non-profits from public classes, workshops, trainings and fundraisers and also hosting many other donations classes to support causes and organizations locally, regionally, nationally and internationally that hold a special place in our students’ hearts.
- Employees of the VTCRC receive exclusive discounts on membership pricing - proceed to Employee Verification Form
Per month membership: 20% discount ($28 for individual/$40 for household)
Per year membership: 30% discount ($294 for individual/$420 for household)
Hours of operation
- Monday-Friday 5:30 a.m. - 9:30 p.m. | Saturday and Sunday 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
EHE Clinic - Holistic Wellness program
With the comprehensive holistic program, Dr. Yang makes you a step-by-step plan that helps build positive changes in your body and life. This plan includes 15 treatments that include acupuncture, moxibustion, herbal formulas and diagnosis, seven-star needles, cupping and more.
Beautiful recreational trails, both paved and unpaved, are conveniently located throughout the VTCRC. These connect to the Huckleberry Trail where it crosses Research Center Drive to provide well-established biking, running and walking paths for miles: the Huckleberry Trail alone stretches for more than 6 miles between Blacksburg and Christiansburg! As the VTCRC continues to expand, new walking paths will be constructed. The entire VTCRC community can depend on access to safe and enjoyable trails for years to come.