Meet the Team
Since 2003, our family has grown from a team of three to a team of over 100 people! Our "cRUw" is key to our success and we truly take pride in the family we've built over the years. The Rehab United Difference Begins with Our People.
Kathy Wolff, CMT
Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvannia
Education: National Massage Therapy Institute, 2005
Sports: 20 Years Martial Arts (Recently Retired), I’m looking forward to enjoying more outdoor activities San Diego has to offer all year.
Hobbies: Jewelry making and cooking. I am looking to expand my interests and experiences once I settle in my new home.
Favorite Foods: Indian Cuisine
Whom You Admire / Favorite Mentor: I admire every mentor I have had throughout my life. Without these individuals, I would not the person I am today.
Fun Fact About You: My husband and I took a leap of faith and moved to San Diego just because we wanted to.
Biography: Katherine grew up in the Philadelphia Tristate region. After a long career as an optician, she decided it was time for a change. After months of soul searching, Katherine decided to attend massage school and embark on a new life as a massage therapist. Shortly after graduating, she walked away from her old career to open her own massage practice and became a massage therapy instructor.
Over the last 15 years, Katherine has strived to broaden her education and skill to best help clients through their healing process. Through the years, Katherine has obtained certification and training in a broad spectrum of modalities in Craniosacral Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, Myofascial Release, Sports Massage, Oncology Massage, Cupping, and Prenatal Massage. Throughout her career, Katherine discovered that in order to be a better massage therapist it was crucial to embark on personal development in her emotional and spiritual health. Her journey of personal development led to understanding the importance of the mind/body connection to healing. This discovery led her to become a Reiki Master Teacher and other esoteric practices.
In 2018, Katherine and her husband came to visit friends in San Diego, where they became enamored with the area. Over the next couple years, they came back to visit, each time falling more in love with the city. During the pandemic lockdown came the realization they no longer had deep connections to the Tristate Region. Finally, in March of 2021, they decided to take the biggest leap of faith and sell most of their belongings and move to San Diego.
Katherine is excited to be joining the Rehab United team. She believes her unique blend of knowledge and skills will be a great asset to the organization.