After utilizing two office locations over the years, Sustainability Wellness found its home within Ruxton Towers in the Summer of 2018. Although Brian A. Jones Williams, Eric's husband, had always been a part of the business, Brian was a behind-the-scenes gentleman, being a supporting role with his efforts that helped with business operations.
In the Spring of 2018, Brian joined us full-time. No longer behind the scenes, Brian is now the Director of Operations and runs our medical billing department. Sustainability Wellness would not be what it is today without him and his dedication to detail.
Our work includes but is not limited to massage therapy, manual therapy, acupuncture, energy work, sound therapy, and much more as we continue to evolve.
Our retail boutique includes items from local small businesses and other small businesses throughout the US. We also offer a variety of classes, events, and workshops throughout the year. More details to come as we navigate our way through the new normal.
We are a cohesive team that works together for the best interest of the patient. It is said that Integrative medicine and health reaffirm the importance of the relationship between practitioner and patient, focuses on the whole person, is informed by evidence, and makes use of all appropriate therapeutic approaches, healthcare professionals and disciplines to achieve optimal health and healing.
BS, AAS, LMT
Ariel is a Licensed Massage Therapist who has obtained an Associate of Applied Science in Massage Therapy & a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences. She provides an all-inclusive mind and body experience to her clients by way of massage therapy. She encompasses Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release, and Therapeutic Touch into the sessions. Her ability to calm the mind and create relaxation is the reason why her wellness-based approach allows her to support her clients’ goals and provide a client-centered, goal-orientated wellness session that her clients appreciate.
Eric S. Jones Williams
AAS, BCTMB, CMTIH, LMT
For manual therapist and owner 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). Eric is an adjunct professor at the Community College of Baltimore County for the Massage Therapy program as well as an Approved Continuing Education Provider by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). Eric holds an active Board Certification by the NCBTMB and he is Certified in Massage Therapy for Integrative Health by the NCBTMB. Eric is currently completing his Bachelor’s degree at Towson University in Allied Health with a focus in science and professional preparation. He plans on attending the University of Maryland Baltimore, to complete his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
L.Ac., Dipl. OM
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 practitioner 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.
Massage Therapy, Personal Training & Health Coaching
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.
A prime subject of her work was always the body, drawing from her experience and love of dance and movement. It seemed a natural segue into the world of body work. Having dealt with a lot of pain 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 career at the Ritz Carlton. Within a year, her dedication led her to becoming the manager. Sara specializes in cervical dysfunctions, utilizing deep tissue techniques. Although she primarily employs the deep tissue technique, she has a talent for making that deep work relaxing.
In July 2017 Sara left to pursue her private practice and expand in her passion of personal training. she believes in the balance of the mind, body, and soul by integrating her work in massage therapy, personal training, and health coaching.