Create your own magick


Stories from the wild


In beautiful British Columbia


I am passionate about wild plants and their magickal and healing potential. I wildcraft on my daily walks, harvesting small amounts of  wild plants that I dry and infuse into healing oils for healing treatments at The Little Crow Spa. I also create wildcraft Intention Candles infused with the magickal properties of wild plants, essential oils and crystals for candle ritual and mindfulness practises. 


All of our Intention Candles are created from wild plant allies hand harvested from pristine natural areas in BC  (Salt Spring Island and the Bridge River Valley) using sustainable practices, handmade in small batches that can be one of a kind, dependent on plant availability, the seasons and inspiration.
At The Little Crow Spa I offer a variety of healing treatments using wildcraft plant infused oils, body butters and facial products.  


Wild local plants such as red clover, cedar, pine sap, balsam fir sap, arbutus berries, rosehips, rose petals, dandelion flower and root, garden calendula and rosemary and so many more! I am also a certified aromatherapist and use only therapeutic grade essential oils in all my treatments, body butters and Intention Candles. All oils and butters are unrefined and organic.

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