All bookings with practitioners are private sessions.

***NOTE as of July 1, 2022, our rates will be increasing. Patients are also still required to wear a mask while in the clinic. If you do not have your own, we will provide you one at a cost of $2.01. For the safety of everyone, you must self pre-screen prior to your appointment - If you are experiencing a fever, new cough, runny nose, sore throat or shortness of breath, AVOID COMING TO THE CLINIC and reschedule.*** Thank you!

At Red Tree Wellness, all individual practitioner bookings are private sessions. If you do not see an Open slot, you may ask to be on a wait list or add yourself from your online account.

* We are located in Suite 743 - 550 West Broadway, the Neelu Bachra Centre *
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NEW patients - TCM Initial Consult and Acupuncture session (75 min)
75 minutes
$159.00

75 min First visit TCM consultation and assessment, with acupuncture, for NEW patients New patients to the clinic are encouraged to arrive 5-10 minutes before scheduled appointment to complete the intake form. Note: Requires a 90 minute time block opening.


Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theorizes that there are approximately 365 acupuncture points on the human body that connects with 12 main and 8 secondary pathways, called meridians. These meridians create an energy flow and conduct energy or Qi (pronounced “chee”) between the surface of the body and internal organs, and is responsible for overall health. Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice that involves puncturing the skin with hair-thin needles (filiform) at particular locations, called acupuncture points, to enhance the flow of Qi. Acupuncture is used to balance and keep the normal flow of energy unblocked, and restore health to the body and mind. When you are healthy, Qi flows smoothly and the body is balanced.

Does It Hurt?
The acupuncture needles are so thin that 10 to 15 acupuncture needles can be placed in one hypodermic (injection) needle. The sensation that is expected from acupuncture is not painful (i.e. not what you would expect from a needle). The sensation is called “De Qi” and it can include numbness, aching, tingling, warmth, distension, heaviness, or lightness. The sensation can be local or it may radiate. Many people find acupuncture is actually very relaxing and often fall asleep.

How Safe Is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is very safe. In Vancouver and British Columbia, all acupuncturists must be licensed and are required to complete an acupuncture safety course, which includes clean needle technique (including disposable sterile needles) and acupoint safety. As with any medical treatment, there may be risks involved for the individual and it is important to discuss these with your practitioner.

Is Acupuncture Covered By Medical Insurance?
Many extended health insurance plans in Vancouver and British Columbia do cover up to $500 of acupuncture each year. Check with your health insurance provider for details. In BC, MSP will cover a portion of your visit for qualifying individuals. Inquire with your practitioner for more details on the requirements.
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NEW patients - ICBC Initial Consult, Acupuncture and TCM session (75 min)
75 minutes
$159.00

75 min First visit ICBC Acupuncture and TCM consultation, assessment and acupuncture treatment for NEW patients New patients to the clinic are encouraged to arrive 5-10 minutes before scheduled appointment to complete the intake form. Note: Requires a 90 minute time block opening.


Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) views that there are approximately 365 acupuncture points on the human body that connects with 12 main and 8 secondary pathways, called meridians. These meridians create an energy flow and conduct energy or Qi (pronounced “chee”) between the surface of the body and internal organs, and is responsible for overall health. Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice that involves puncturing the skin with hair-thin needles (filiform) at particular locations, called acupuncture points, to enhance the flow of Qi. Acupuncture is used to balance and keep the normal flow of energy unblocked, and restore health to the body and mind. When you are healthy, Qi flows smoothly and the body is balanced.

Does It Hurt?
The acupuncture needles are so thin that 10 to 15 acupuncture needles can be placed in one hypodermic (injection) needle. The sensation that is expected from acupuncture is not painful (i.e. not what you would expect from a needle). The sensation is called “De Qi” and it can include numbness, aching, tingling, warmth, distension, heaviness, or lightness. The sensation can be local or it may radiate. Many people find acupuncture is actually very relaxing and often fall asleep.

How Safe Is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is very safe. In Vancouver and British Columbia, all acupuncturists must be licensed and are required to complete an acupuncture safety course, which includes clean needle technique (including disposable sterile needles) and acupoint safety. As with any medical treatment, there may be risks involved for the individual and it is important to discuss these with your practitioner.

Is Acupuncture Covered By Medical Insurance?
Many extended health insurance plans in Vancouver and British Columbia do cover up to $500 of acupuncture each year. Check with your health insurance provider for details. In BC, MSP will cover a portion of your visit for qualifying individuals. Inquire with your practitioner for more details on the requirements.
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NEW patients - Dr. Kathleen Dang Chinese medicine Initial Consult and Acupuncture session (75 min)
75 minutes
$185.00

75 min First visit 30-45 minute Chinese medicine consultation, assessment with 15 min ND assessment, and acupuncture with Dr. Kathleen Dang, ND, RAc, for NEW patients New patients to the clinic are encouraged to arrive 5-10 minutes before scheduled appointment to complete the intake form. Note: Requires a 90 minute time block opening.


Traditional Chinese Medicine theorizes that there are approximately 365 acupuncture points on the human body that connects with 12 main and 8 secondary pathways, called meridians. These meridians create an energy flow and conduct energy or Qi (pronounced “chee”) between the surface of the body and internal organs, and is responsible for overall health. Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice that involves puncturing the skin with hair-thin needles (filiform) at particular locations, called acupuncture points, to enhance the flow of Qi. Acupuncture is used to balance and keep the normal flow of energy unblocked, and restore health to the body and mind. When you are healthy, Qi flows smoothly and the body is balanced.

Does It Hurt?
The acupuncture needles are so thin that 10 to 15 acupuncture needles can be placed in one hypodermic (injection) needle. The sensation that is expected from acupuncture is not painful (i.e. not what you would expect from a needle). The sensation is called “De Qi” and it can include numbness, aching, tingling, warmth, distension, heaviness, or lightness. The sensation can be local or it may radiate. Many people find acupuncture is actually very relaxing and often fall asleep.

How Safe Is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is very safe. In Vancouver and British Columbia, all acupuncturists must be licensed and are required to complete an acupuncture safety course, which includes clean needle technique (including disposable sterile needles) and acupoint safety. As with any medical treatment, there may be risks involved for the individual and it is important to discuss these with your practitioner.

Is Acupuncture Covered By Medical Insurance?
Many extended health insurance plans in Vancouver and British Columbia do cover up to $500 of acupuncture each year. Check with your health insurance provider for details. In BC, MSP will cover a portion of your visit for qualifying individuals. Inquire with your practitioner for more details on the requirements.
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NEW patients - CONTACT TO BOOK: Dr. S.F. Tan Initial Consult and Acupuncture session (75 min)
75 minutes
$193.00

CONTACT TO BOOK: 75 min First visit consultation, assessment, and acupuncture with Dr. Sonia F. Tan, DAOM, RAc, RTCMP, Clinic Director for NEW patients New patients to the clinic are encouraged to arrive 5-10 minutes before scheduled appointment to complete the intake form. Note: CONTACT THE CLINIC TO BE ADDED TO DR. S. TAN'S WAITLIST.


Traditional Chinese Medicine theorizes that there are approximately 365 acupuncture points on the human body that connects with 12 main and 8 secondary pathways, called meridians. These meridians create an energy flow and conduct energy or Qi (pronounced “chee”) between the surface of the body and internal organs, and is responsible for overall health. Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice that involves puncturing the skin with hair-thin needles (filiform) at particular locations, called acupuncture points, to enhance the flow of Qi. Acupuncture is used to balance and keep the normal flow of energy unblocked, and restore health to the body and mind. When you are healthy, Qi flows smoothly and the body is balanced.

Does It Hurt?
The acupuncture needles are so thin that 10 to 15 acupuncture needles can be placed in one hypodermic (injection) needle. The sensation that is expected from acupuncture is not painful (i.e. not what you would expect from a needle). The sensation is called “De Qi” and it can include numbness, aching, tingling, warmth, distension, heaviness, or lightness. The sensation can be local or it may radiate. Many people find acupuncture is actually very relaxing and often fall asleep.

How Safe Is Acupuncture?
Acupuncture is very safe. In Vancouver and British Columbia, all acupuncturists must be licensed and are required to complete an acupuncture safety course, which includes clean needle technique (including disposable sterile needles) and acupoint safety. As with any medical treatment, there may be risks involved for the individual and it is important to discuss these with your practitioner.

Is Acupuncture Covered By Medical Insurance?
Many extended health insurance plans in Vancouver and British Columbia do cover up to $500 of acupuncture each year. Check with your health insurance provider for details. In BC, MSP will cover a portion of your visit for qualifying individuals. Inquire with your practitioner for more details on the requirements.
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NEW patients - TCM Initial Consultation and Assessment - No Acupuncture
45 minutes
$95.00

45 min First visit TCM consultation and assessment only, no acupuncture, for NEW patients New patients to the clinic are encouraged to arrive 5-10 minutes before scheduled appointment to complete the intake form. Note: Requires a 60 minute time block opening.
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50 minute Follow-up return visit Acupuncture session
50 minutes
$109.00

50 minute Follow-up visit for current or returning patients
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90 min Facial Acupuncture Rejuvenation
90 minutes
$189.00

90 min Facial Acupuncture Rejuvenation treatment for new and current/returning patients New patients to the clinic are encouraged to arrive 5-10 minutes before scheduled appointment to complete the intake form. Note: Requires a 90 minute time block opening.

Facial Acupuncture Rejuvenation is a constitutional approach to treating the tone and skin health of the face. Not only are local points and manual techniques used, but also points are used to treat your whole body in order to achieve balance and renewal of your health. Very fine needles are placed at a variety of acupuncture points on the face, neck and around the eyes to stimulate the body’s natural energies (Qi). Since muscle groups are addressed as well as the acupuncture points, the face lifts itself, via the acupuncture points, is through the muscles’ toning and tightening action. The needles also stimulate blood and circulation, which improves facial color and brings more radiance to the skin. ,i>Is Facial Acupuncture for Everyone? For the vast majority of prospective clients, it is a safe and beneficial treatment, not only for prevention of wrinkles, but also the reversal of the customary signs of aging. However, there are a few contraindications for facial acupuncture. Contraindications: Severe high blood pressure (it is OK when the blood pressure is under control and seeing a medical doctor) Severe migraines (if having a migraine only once every 3 months or so, can receive facial acupuncture treatments) Micordermabrasion: Be aware that it takes a patient 3 weeks to recover from laser resurfacing on the face. Wait a week after microdermabrasion. See our website for the complete list of contraindications. How Long is the Treatment? Facial Acupuncture involves the patient in an organic process, in which a series of treatments is necessary to achieve maximal effect. After an initial session, practitioner evaluates the patient’s response, and then can determine the number of follow-up visits that will be required. During this evaluation, the practitioner takes into consideration other variables such as stress, diet, lifestyle, genetic inheritance, proper digestion and elimination, sleep, emotional balance, and age. The average course of treatment is usually 10-15 treatments. It should be noted that age is not as crucial as might be estimated. An older patient with a healthy lifestyle may in fact have a better prognosis than a younger person who is prone to dissipate themselves. Facial Acupuncture Rejuvenation is non-invasive, non-toxic, less costly than surgical procedures, and draws upon ancient Chinese wisdom for longevity, beauty and balance. – excerpts by permission from Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, the Chi-Akra Center and Virginia Doran, LAc.
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10 minute Follow Up TCM telemedicine consultation for current patients.
$39.00

10 minute Follow Up Chinese medicine telemedicine (phone or video) consultation for current patients only.
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 20 min Dr. S.F.Tan TELEMEDICINE BY VIDEO follow up Herb and Chinese medicine
20 minutes
$81.00

20-30 minute Video Follow Up Herb and Chinese medicine for current patients only, with Dr. Sonia F. Tan, DAOM, RAc, RTCMP.
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NEW patients - Dr. S.F. Tan Initial Herbal Consultation ONLY
45 minutes
$119.00

45 min Initial/First Chinese Herbal Consultation only (no acupuncture) and dispensing with Sonia F. Tan, DAOM, RAc, RTCMP (telemedicine option availabke)New patients to the clinic are encouraged to arrive 5-10 minutes before scheduled appointment to complete the intake form. Note: Requires 60 min available time for herbal prescription preparation. Consultation rates do NOT include the cost of herbs. A weekly customized course of herbs ranges between $45 to $60 plus tax.
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30 min Follow-Up return visit Tuina and/or Cupping session (with or without Acupuncture)
30 minutes
$89.00

30 min Follow-Up return visit Tuina and/or Cupping session (with or without Acupuncture) for current or returning patients.

Cupping is a therapy in which a jar is attached to the skin surface to draw up waste through negative pressure suction, created by introducing heat of an ignited material, or by use of a small pump on a plastic cup. The cup can then either be left stationary or moved with the assistance of oil. The purpose is to release tissues, relax muscles, warm and promote the circulation, and reduce swelling and pain.
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60 min Follow-Up return visit Tuina and/or Cupping session (with or without Acupuncture)
60 minutes
$135.00

60 min Follow-Up return visit Tuina and/or Cupping session (with or without Acupuncture) for current or returning patients.

Cupping is a therapy in which a jar is attached to the skin surface to draw up waste through negative pressure suction, created by introducing heat of an ignited material, or by use of a small pump on a plastic cup. The cup can then either be left stationary or moved with the assistance of oil. The purpose is to release tissues, relax muscles, warm and promote the circulation, and reduce swelling and pain.
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CONTACT TO BOOK: 40 min Follow-Up return visit Tuina Massage Session (with or without Acupuncture)
40 minutes
$95.00

CONTACT TO BOOK: 40 minute Tuina massage session for current/returning patients. Tuina massage may also involve some Acupuncture if deemed appropriate, however no acupuncture is necessary for therapeutic effects. Tuina massage is performed by Registered Acupuncturists.

Tuina (Tui-na), which dates back to 1,700 BC, is the parent of most modern Asian bodywork forms. Tuina in Chinese translates to “Push-Pull”, and is in reference to the techniques used on the body. Tuina is best described as a cross between Shiatsu and acupressure. It's taught as a separate but equal field of study in schools of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Tuina uses rhythmic compressions along the meridians of the body, as well as a variety of techniques to promote circulation and lubricate the joints. Tuina's bodywork - holding, pressing and manually working on the body at acupressure points and meridians - directly affects the flow of Qi (Life-force energy and vitality). Many of the techniques are similar to conventional Swedish-style massage – gliding (known as effleurage or Tui), kneading (petrissage or Na), percussion (tapotement or Da), friction, pulling, rotation, rocking, vibration, and shaking. Tuina has an ability to focus on specific problems, especially chronic pain associated with the muscles, joints, and skeletal system. It's especially effective for joint pain (such as arthritis), sciatica, muscle spasms, and pain in the back, neck, and shoulders. It also helps chronic conditions such as insomnia, constipation, headaches (including migraines), and tension associated with stress. Tui Na does not simply work on the muscles, bones, and joints. It works with the energy of the body at a deeper level. As the practitioner senses the body with their hands, they are able to assess the distribution of energy and affect its flow. Tuina is a great therapeutic extension of Chinese Medicine, with an emphasis on restoring and balancing energy.
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NEW patients - Dr. Kathleen Dang, ND, RAc 60 min Initial first visit naturopathic consultation and Chinese medicine assessment (telemedicine option available)
60 minutes
$185.00

Initial first visit 45 minute Naturopathic medicine consultation with 15 minute Chinese medicine assessment with Dr. Kathleen Dang, ND, RAc for NEW patients New patients to the clinic are encouraged to arrive 5-10 minutes before scheduled appointment to complete the intake form.
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5 min B12 injection add-on appointment
$44.00

5 minute B12 injection appointment only. Contact your practitioner if you wish to add-on this service to a current appointment.
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10 min B12 injection stand-alone appointment only
10 minutes
$55.00

10 minute B12 injection stand-alone appointment only.
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10 min B-Complex injection appointment
10 minutes
$47.00

10 minute B-Complex injection appointment only. Contact your practitioner if you wish to add-on this service to a current appointment.
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20 min IV Stress buster therapy visit
20 minutes
$109.00

20 min follow up naturopathic visit with IV Stress buster therapy.
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30 min IV nutrient therapy visit
30 minutes
$218.00

30 min follow up naturopathic visit with IV nutrient therapy.
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15 min follow up naturopathic visit (telemedicine option available)
15 minutes
$65.00

15 minute follow up naturopathic visit. In-person or via telemedicine. Please indicate in the comments section if you wish for a telemedicine consult.
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30 min follow up / return naturopathic visit (telemedicine option available)
30 minutes
$100.00

30 minute follow up / return naturopathic visit. In-person or via telemedicine. Please indicate in the comments section if you wish for a telemedicine consult.
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45 min follow up / return naturopathic visit (telemedicine option available)
45 minutes
$145.00

45 minute follow up /return naturopathic visit (+ clean time) In-person or via telemedicine. Please indicate in the comments section if you wish for a telemedicine consult.
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