Meet Our Team
Eric S. Jones Williams, AAS, BCTMB, CMTIH, LMT
Owner | Educator | Manual Therapy
For massage/manual therapist Eric S. Jones Williams, sustainability isn’t just about helping the environment. It’s also one of the principles that applies to the human body. Eric helps his clients achieve a sustainable state of wellness through therapeutic and rehabilitative bodywork; integrating a plethora of techniques from Structural Bodywork, Pin and Stretch, Myofascial Release, Visceral Manipulation, and Manual Lymph Drainage. He also uses cupping therapy as a form of treatment with an East meets West approach as well as the use of kinesiology tape (RockTape).
In Eric’s treatments, he uses minimal to no oils, lotions or creams. Eric uses a 360-degree osteopathic approach to help his clients decipher where the alert message of dysfunction is coming from, that the client's body is signaling with pain, discomfort. and or restrictions. Eric best explains his holistic, preventive philosophy in his own words “Just because an area has pain or discomfort does not mean it isn’t coming from somewhere else,” he explains. “Let’s get to the source.”
Angie Garland, LMT
Angie is a 2010 graduate from the Baltimore School of Massage. She is a State of Maryland Licensed Massage Therapist. Techniques frequently used by Angie are Swedish and deep tissue, but she is adding prenatal and myofascial to her work as well. She has been in practice for four years and has taken the leap to start her own private practice within Sustainability Wellness.
Caroline Kocabay, BS, LMT
Caroline Kocabay graduated from the National Massage Therapy Institute in 2011. Caroline specializes in deep tissue massage that consists of sports massage, myofascial release, neuromuscular therapy, and hot stones. She is also able to provide Swedish and prenatal massages.
Caroline's passion for wellness and education led her to enroll in Towson University's combined bachelors/masters occupational therapy program in 2016. She utilizes her rehabilitation knowledge from her occupational therapy program in addition to her massage therapy experience to help those who are experiencing pain, athletes that want to improve their performance, and individuals who want to improve their general wellbeing.
Throughout her occupational therapy education she has taken advanced courses in physical dysfunction, anatomy and physiology, kinesiology, neurology, pediatrics, mental health, and gerontology. She has interned in Greater Baltimore Medical Center's acute care department, Mosaic's outpatient mental health clinic, and the Institute of Wellbeing's preschool for children with autism. Caroline is also passionate about volunteering; and thus, has provided massage and support to hospice patients, has helped with equine-assisted activities to children and adults with disabilities and military service personnel, and has volunteered through the Red Cross in Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in their hand therapy and assistive technology departments.
Erin Kilduff, AAS, LMT
Erin is a graduate of the Massage Therapy Program at the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC Essex). She believes balance is essential to living a healthy life. When you’re out of balance, life can become sort of a snowball effect. Being out of balance can present itself in many ways such as illness, aches, pains, headaches, trouble sleeping, etc. Erin intends to help her clients take the necessary steps to becoming healthier and more balanced by individualizing each session to fit her client's needs. In Erin's treatments, she utilizes various massage modalities such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Myofascial.
Edie Levinson, CR, RN
Edith Levinson is a certified reflexologist and registered nurse with more than 30 years of clinical experience. Edith believes that we all have an innate ability to heal, and her holistic approach to reflexology brings your body into balance during sessions designed specifically for your needs.
A member of the Reflexology Association of America, Edith brings an intuitive approach to reflexology by aiming to create an ideal environment for one’s body to repair. Using light intermittent pressure to the feet. She strives to make each session meaningful and unique, guiding your body toward peace and healing.
Hyeon-Jin Kwon, L.Ac., Dipl. OM
Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine
Hyeon-Jin received her B.A. in English at the University of Maryland and continued her education earning an M.S. at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) in San Francisco. She is NCCAOM board certified to practice acupuncture and herbology in Maryland and New York. After many years of working in corporate and academia, she realized her calling to be a healer. Hyeon-Jin chose to attend ACTCM based on their strong academic program, quality of the faculty, and access to the oldest Chinatown in North America. She witnessed first hand the old world doctors practicing medicine in ways that are not taught in school or can be found in textbooks. In addition to treating many conditions and ailments, Hyeon-Jin has a special interest in facial rejuvenation, pediatrics, and infertility. She has been trained in 3 different styles of facial rejuvenation and tailors a plan specific to the patient. She is part of the first cohort of acupuncturists to complete the Pediatrics Certificate. She is currently studying to become the first Maryland certified practioner of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine. Hyeon-Jin believes deeply in this rich medicine and encourages patients to be active participants in their journey to reach optimal health.
A Path for Change
Janet Griffin has been helping people heal themselves for the last 30 years. She teaches clients to recognize and clear patterns that keep them stuck emotionally and spiritually. Behaviours that may keep them from progressing in different areas of their lives. She assists people both energetically and through teaching EFT or “tapping” to clear these patterns.
Janet is trained in BodyMind Alignment, Soul Connection Activation, Pattern Release/Vow Breaking, The Miracle Money Technique, and BodyScan Pattern Clearing.
Rev. Mary Perry
Rev. Mary Perry is a healer and teacher of light and transformation and through her business, Wings Unfurled brings this enchantment and wonder to you so you can move to your sacred self, embracing the world of angels and guidance from spirit. Her belief in magic and her connection to a world filled with angelic guidance, Divine Oneness and high vibrational support enables her to bring to you messages and healing filled with love from the angels and your guides. This guidance is the basis of her inspirational, loving, and healing ways. After years of study and inner work, this guidance is now channeling messages and healing information for you through her. With Wings Unfurled, she is dedicated to help others connect to their inner wisdom and to walk their healing journey, finding transformation through vibrational alchemy. The angels have brought Rev. Perry to an understanding that the more we connect to our inner self we begin the movement forward that many of us search for in this life. Through Rev. Perry’s guidance, she shares and teaches from her toolbox of spiritual tools, always. Rev. Perry believes that through allowing your inner healer to come alive through light, love, your life starts to shine the light you are, and helps move you forward. Healing comes to us in many ways, through words, sounds, energy work, crystals, essential oils, and even classes and workshops. Your inner guidance will help you understand your path and as you connect, you will find answers and explore different healing modalities. Rev. Mary Perry offers angelic guidance through Channeled Angel Readings, Seraphim Blueprint healing sessions and classes, Peter Hess Sound Massage using Tibetan Singing Bowls, Kundalini Reiki sessions and workshops, Integrated Energy Therapy sessions and workshops, and Crystal Healing Layout sessions. Her website: https:// www.Wings-Unfurled.com offers more information about all of these modalities. Please call or text 443-465-3060 or email Mary@Wings-Unfurled.com to book your session now.
Will Halm, RM, CIIT
eNERY hEALER & Intuitive counselor
Roger “Will” Halm has been a counselor and a people helper for the last 39 years. His soul purpose has been to hold sacred space for
people to step into the fullness of who they are and ignite their light for their soul’s purpose. He has worked in the fields of addiction
recovery, family therapy and trauma healing. Besides traditional counseling, Will has facilitated psychodrama, Past Life regressions,
shamanic journeying, Dolphin Light Code activations and healing circles, Reiki trainings, and Seraphim Blueprint healing system classes.
He has a passion for crystals, crystal healing and crystal grids. As a Reiki practitioner, Will has been attuned for 24 years in a number of Reiki Lineages.
Rose Wolfe, RN, CHTP
Rose Wolfe is a board certified Healing Touch Practitioner, Reiki Practitioner and Oncology Certified Nurse who believes healing comes from balancing one’s internal and external environment. She believes an integrative approach to health and healing best serves the health and well-being of an individual. She has worked with cancer patients for over two decades and incorporates energy therapy into their care. She is committed to promoting Integrative whole-person care and is participating in research to help change the practice of the western medicine model.
Healing Touch is an energy therapy in which practitioners consciously use their hands in a heart-centered and intentional way to enhance, support and facilitate the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health and self-healing. Healing Touch utilizes light or near-body touch to clear, balance and energize the human energy system in an effort to promote healing for the whole person; Mind, Body, and Spirit.
Sara Robbins-Page, BFA, LMT
Sara, a Baltimore native, has spent her life pursuing her passions. She spent her formative years as a dancer and figure skater only to move into art in college. She graduated with her B.F.A. in painting and metal smithing and went on to own her own business right out of school. A prime subject of her work was always the body, drawing from her experience and love of dance and movement. It seemed a natural segway into the world of body work. Having dealt with a lot of pain her in life from her physical endeavors, she has a keen understanding of the pain and the dysfunctions that her clients come to her with. Upon completion of her studies at Baltimore School of Massage she began her massage career at Baltimore Spa and Salon at the Ritz Carlton where after just a year she became the manager. In July 2017 she left her spa to work for herself. She specializes in deep tissue massage but has a talent for making that deep work relaxing. She’s particularly good with neck issues. Sara is extremely excited to join the amazing group of talented practitioners here at Sustainability Wellness.