Alternative Healing Network

3239 Adams Avenue
San Diego, CA 92116
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619-546-4806 – Office
619-546-5326 – Fax


Nicole DeJong, CMT

Nicole DeJong (Famiglietti), CMT  Nicole is a first generation San Diego native. She started her journey into alternative health with the intention of becoming a doctor. When she realized the western style of medicine did not align with her own values and ideas of health and wellness, she decided to pursue a career in massage therapy.  As soon as she started school, she knew that she was in the right place. She specialized in Neuro-Muscular Therapy (NMT) at IPSB College, and will continue in her education to include Thai and prenatal massage specialties as well.

Practicing massage therapy has taught her more than she ever imagined it would. She especially enjoys having the opportunity to work with clients who are interested in and willing to dig deep to the root causes of their pain in order to have lasting relief. She loves practicing her Thai skills on the table, and often uses the stretches blended with Swedish, Deep Tissue Sculpting, and NMT. She is very excited to see what her alternative medicine future holds.

Kathleen Lisson, CMT

Kathleen is a Board Certified Massage Therapist and Certified Lymphedema Therapist. She offers Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) massage to clients with lymphedema, those who have a cancer history, and anyone who wants to reduce swelling in the face and body.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage is a relaxing light pressure massage that activates the lymphatic system, reducing swelling in the face or body. Kathleen was trained in America and Germany in the Vodder style of manual lymphatic drainage.  Click here for more information on Manual Lymphatic Drainage

She is the author of:  Swollen, Bloated and Puffy: A manual lymphatic drainage therapist’s guide to reducing swelling in the face and body available at our Adams Avenue Integrative Health Wellness Center as well as Amazon


Michelle Morris, CMT

Michelle Morris, CMT Raised in a small town in Southern California, Michelle served in the US Navy from 2004-2009. She began her journey in massage in 2010, where she studied at the Cortiva Institue of Seattle, an all western modality program. In 2013 she went back to study eastern modalities at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, where she obtained her Associates of Applied Science in Holistic Health. She has maintained continuing education, to include Oncology Massage and a yoga teacher training.

Using her eclectic blend of modalities to create a unique massage for each individual, she specializes in Deep Tissue, Tui-Na, numerous Sports modalities, and injury rehabilitation.Kelsey Neby, CMT




Kelsey Neby, CMT is a Certified Massage Therapist and a member of the American Massage Therapy Association. She is a graduate of the Massage Therapy program at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and is continuing her education towards an Associates of Applied Sciences in Holistic Health. With one thousand hours of education and being naturally empathetic, her passions envelop the healing of those around her. She offers a therapeutic approach to massage, that is customized to the individuals’ needs and goals. Utilizing techniques such as Tui Na (Chinese medical massage with the use of acupressure), Circulatory/Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, and Neuromuscular (myofascial and trigger point release) to assist with soft tissue pain, stress management, increased range of motion, and help obtain an improved quality of life. In her free time, she enjoys time in the garden, doing arts and crafts, and artisanal soap making along with other apothecary concoctions.


Gretchen Vogt, CMT

Gretchen Vogt, CMT first began practicing massage therapy in 2010 in Columbus, Ohio after graduating from the American Institute of Alternative Health. Her initial primary specialty was Swedish relaxation massage, though her interest in deep tissue and sports massage inspired her to pursue more training in these areas. She moved to Melbourne, Australia where she worked with a wellness clinic for two years and continued to refine her massage therapy style and expand her knowledge of different modalities, particularly neuromuscular therapy and clinical massage. Returning to Columbus, Ohio and working at a spa-based practice allowed her to learn how to merge the more site-specific work she had been focusing on with her original interest in relaxation massage.

Her most recent move to San Diego has been incredibly inspiring in that in addition to continuing to grow her style and knowledge of massage therapy, she has also trained in oncology and more medical-based massage. She is continually honored by the opportunities her clients give her to help them achieve their highest level of health and wellness, which challenge her to keep expanding her knowledge of techniques and modalities in order to do so.