As a leading provider of alternative therapies, we take pride in offering the best health enhancing treatments. We are dedicated to serving the needs of our customers each and every day.
COLIN PERRY, BCTM, LMT, CLT
A nationally certified massage therapist, Colin believes that the human body
possesses many self-healing properties. Massage is another tool that helps people
take charge of their health and well-being, by helping defeat the stress and tension
of everyday living that can lead to inflammation, disease and illness.
Colin structures each massage session to meet the needs of her clients. She is licensed by the State
of Maryland to use a variety of therapeutic techniques, including Myofacial Release,
Myoskeletal Alignment, Manual Lymph Drainage, Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage,
Colin completed a 157-hour certification program in Complete Decongestive
Therapy at the Norton School of Lymphatic Therapy in order to accommodate the
medical needs of cancer survivors, chronic pain sufferers and lymphedema patients.
She also attended Roanoke College and Chesapeake College and has been practicing
massage since 2007.
Colin welcomes clients living with chronic health conditions, pain
or stress, who want to incorporate massage as part of their health plan. Colin lives in
Easton with her husband and son. In her free time she enjoys singing with the Tidewater Singers.
DANA LIMPERT, B.S., M.S., RMT
Dana Limpert of Healing Hearts joined Whole Being Health Group in 2015. She received her science training in ecology and has worked professionally for over 30 years. A health crisis that was hard to diagnose by allopathic medicine led her to study eastern expressions of the body, mind, and spirit connection including meditation, yoga, Ayurvedic science, and Reiki.
Discovering Reiki in 2000 has been integral for her healing journey that she loves to share with others. Her main interest is helping clients find wellness within them, and develop a deeper connection with intuitive guidance. Reiki is translated in the West as soul-guided universal life force energy and remains her central focus for client sessions. Reiki also can be learned in a day and used to treat oneself in addition to clients. A Reiki session is done with the client fully clothed and involves light touch on the head, body and extremities. The energy can feel warm or cool and is always helpful at removing blockages in the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual bodies. With permission, Dana may also receive impressions during a session from the client’s High Self of to aid them on their healing journey.
Dana became certified to teach Traditional Reiki in 2006 in the Usui School of Natural Healing, having studied under Amy Z. Rowland, an internationally recognized teacher. She is also certified as Shihan (teacher) for the Japanese Reiki forms of Gendai Reiki Ho and Komyo Reiki. She has taught Reiki at Chesapeake College, Howard Community College, Center for Integrative Medicine, Bon Secours, and East-West Healing Arts, and now teaches Reiki exclusively at Whole Being Health Group.
|Always the student, Dana has studied other forms of vibrational tools that work well with Reiki sessions, including sound, crystals, flower essences, Music of the Plants, guided meditation, and aromatherapy. Dana has completed level 2 training in the Acutonics sound healing system, using tuning forks which work synergistically with Reiki to balance chakras in the energy field and acupuncture points on the body. These services can be included to personalize a healing session.|
Dana and her husband live in Federalsburg and are experiencing empty nesting with two children attending college and one on their own. Fortunately they have a dog, a cat, a lizard, and three horses to keep them company between visits from children.
Dana’s sessions are by appointment only on weekends.
Traditional Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki Classes (Usui School of Natural Healing)
Usui Shiki Ryoho Teacher Training I, II, III (3 separate weekends focusing on the attunements and requirements for teaching each level) .
Amy Jo Davison, DO, LLC
Aug 2006 – Present
A licensed Osteopathic Physician with more then 14 years experience treating muculoskeletal injuries and complaints. Including: pain syndromes, head trauma, concussions, headaches,birth trauma(torticolis and plageocephaly), developmental delay in infants and children, asthma, allergies, musculoskeletal pain associated with pregnancy, neck and back pain, lymphedema and more.
Board certified in Pediatrics,
Professor of Osteopathic Medicine at Touro-Harlem and Middletown
MONIKA ARMBRUSTER, L.Ac., M.Ac.
Monika is a licensed acupuncturist who has been in practice on the Eastern Shore since 1997. She graduated with a B.A. from the University of Maryland and then furthered her studies at the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (now known as Maryland University of Integrative Health) where she received a master's degree in traditional acupuncture. Monika's passion is to help individuals in developing their potential for physical, mental and emotional wellbeing to the greatest extent possible. She resides in Stevensville with her husband and 2 children.
NANCY C. ROBBINS, Certified Mediator
Nancy received her certification in mediation in 2010 and practices an esoteric blend of transformative and facilitative mediation styles, as well as finding practical solutions such as custody and parenting plans, pre- and post-marital agreements, neighbor dispute arrangements, and many other resolution plans. Her theory is that conflict is just harmony waiting to happen. She believes that every situation merits a customized approach, depending on the issues being addressed, the personalities of those in discussion or conflict, and the requirements of any third parties. Nancy is an experienced paralegal* and a certified disability benefits counselor, so is able to bring aspects of those specialties to bear when necessary. In certain and pre-arranged situations, she is able to offer caucusing services, which comprise an advisory position and pertinent discussion with one side or one party to a dispute or anticipated arrangement. Nancy believes that the parties to a disagreement are fully capable of coming to a peaceful solution, and that her role is as an experienced advisor and guide.
The goal of mediation is not to win.
The goal of mediation is to be at peace.
*Nancy is not an attorney and cannot offer legal advice or services.