Sea to Tree Health & Wellness

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Registered Massage Therapy with Jessica

Jessica has been practicing Registered Massage Therapy since 2011. She brings her passion of human anatomy and desire to engage her patients with their health to each treatment. Having plenty of first-hand experience with injury rehabilitation, she understands the limitations that pain creates and wants to be an active part in her patient’s path to wellness.

Questions? Email Jessica at [email protected]

Services Jessica offers

Jessica's holistic approach looks beyond where the pain is now to where it’s from and why it’s there in the first place, working to solve the root problem. Techniques regularly used include myofascial release, joint mobilization, trigger point therapy and deep Swedish techniques with an emphasis on breath and postural awareness.

You can expect to receive specific home care exercises to keep you participating in your rehabilitation. Jessica is enthusiastic about challenging the boundaries of what massage therapy can do and encourages you to ask questions about your healing process.

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Sea to Tree Health & Wellness Ltd. (originally called Sitka Wellness) was founded in 2019. It was born from the desire to create more opportunities for people to access local wellness services. We have a small team of practitioners committed to supporting you in person and behind the scenes to make this possible.

Sea to Tree Health & Wellness is located in the unceded territories of the Coast Salish and Nuu-chah-nulth peoples, primarily the T’Sou-ke Nation, Sc'ianew Nation, Pacheedaht Nation, Songhees Nation territories. We recognize the privilege we have to be able to work, play and live in these unceded territories. We honour the lands, waters and communities and are actively working towards reconciliation. Please consider visiting native-land.ca to learn more about whose lands you are occupying. Honoring the Native Lands we live on

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