Sea to Tree Health & Wellness
Sea to Tree Health & Wellness offers counselling sessions, workshops and intensives in our yurt nestled in the trees of beautiful Shirley, BC. This location has been described as healing, peaceful, grounding and away from it all. It welcomes clients looking to experience counselling outside of an office atmosphere and surrounded by nature.
Select counsellors offer sessions in the yurt so please inquire with your counsellor!
Get in Touch
When you are not sure where to begin or who to see, I am the person you will connect with. My goal, as Sea to Tree Health & Wellness’ Intake Coordinator, is to offer options that fit your needs and life. I take into consideration what is bringing you to counselling, session preferences, affordability and coverage. I look forward to hearing from you and hope to be a helpful resource and positive place to start.
- Andrea, Intake Coordinator
Book a Session
To book a session with one of our practitioners, you can email [email protected], or get in touch with a specific practitioner directly via their profile page.
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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 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. Honoring the Coast Salish Territories