Sage Integrative Health is a community wellness center that offers mental health services, complimentary and alternative medicine, and community programs. Our collaborative team of holistic practitioners recognizes the connection between body and mind, offering compassionate care through a range of integrative health services and comprehensive treatment programs tailored to your individual needs.
We help all sorts of people, ranging from those who find value in integrative health care and appreciate our holistic approach, to those seeking alternative forms of treatment for health conditions that have not been adequately addressed through allopathic medicine.
We celebrate diversity, and welcome people of all ages, genders, races, ethnicities, abilities, sexual orientations, and religious/spiritual beliefs. We are a diverse group of practitioners who have experience working with people of diverse backgrounds, lived experiences, and intersectional identities. We are committed to undoing all forms of oppression and are sensitive to its impacts on target groups. We believe in health at every size, and support our clients in making decisions about their health based on their particular needs and preferences. We believe that no human being is illegal, and do not discriminate based on immigration status or choice of profession. We embrace all forms and configurations of loving and conscious relationship, and support those in the kink and BDSM communities. We strive to make our services accessible to all.
Our areas of specialization include holistic approaches to:
Mental and Emotional Wellbeing
Healthy Lifestyle & Preventative Care
Somatic Therapy & Nervous System Regulation
If we are unable to adequately address your concerns through our range of in-house service, we are happy to provide referrals to other skilled providers in the community who can help to meet your needs.
*We do not advocate for, or facilitate, any illegal activity
"Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."
- World Health Organization