Meet Our Practitioners

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Jane Gajano-Blythe, owner of Natura Health & Wellness, M.S., L.Ac 

Jane Gajano-Blythe is the owner of Natura Health & Wellness and a licensed Acupuncturist specializing in prevention, anti-aging and longevity medicine. She earned her Masters of Science degree from the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College in Berkeley where she spent four years learning about holistic medicine and the integration of both Eastern and Western medicine. She is currently working towards her doctorate in Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine at AIMC.

While offering a range of acupuncture and functional medicine modalities, Jane incorporates her knowledge of health coaching in all her treatments. Much of her experience is centered around chronic and complex conditions and works to support gut health through nutrition and supplementation. Looking at the body through a variety of lenses allows for a more accurate diagnosis and ultimately a more effective treatment. To address this, Jane provides an individualized 360 degree approach to restore the body’s own mechanism of healing.

Jane is also available for private health coaching and functional medicine consultations by phone or Zoom in addition to clinic hours.


Services include: Functional Medicine, Acupuncture and Herbal Prescriptions, Nutritional Health Coaching, Electro-Acupuncture, Cupping, Gua Sha, AcuGraph exams, Cosmetic Acupuncture, Microcurrent and Qi beauty Facial Rejuvenation Services

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Kathleen Lucas, Massage Therapist

Kathleen Lucas (CMT#75952) is a certified massage therapist focusing on bodywork therapies with roots in Asian medicine. She received training from the McKinnon Institute, formerly known as the Acupressure Institute, and utilizes tui na, acupressure, shiatsu, and reflexology to treat a variety of complaints. After several years of a fast-paced career in corporate fashion living in New York City, Kathleen discovered her passion for holistic healing on a human and a global level. When she’s not in the clinic, you might find her out in the community working with grassroots movements for clean air, clean water, and clean soil.


Kathleen comes from a family lineage of martial arts, has studied dance for several years, and has a regular qigong practice. She loves facilitating the expansion that bodywork can bring forth.