Toronto - on Ossington between Queen and Dundas
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Corinne Bright

A background in the performing arts and outdoor recreation has given Corinne insight into the expressive potential of the human body, especially within posture, balance, breath, and voice. She has practiced resistance training and Bishnu Ghosh yoga for most of her adult life, and is a hike leader with Hike Ontario. Sociology studies in university pointed her attention to the “social determinants of health” and opened her eyes to the social and socioeconomic effects on wellbeing. These pursuits have helped instil in Corinne an approach to bodywork that honours body, mind, nature, and nurture.

As a lifelong resident of big cities, Corinne is a seeker of silent spaces. The stillness of forests, meditation retreats, and silent spas are some of the places that restore and bring balance to her busy life. As a therapist, Corinne offers that restorative theme to her clients in the treatment space whenever possible. Except for the most clinical treatments, a silent session is always offered. After a greeting and intake, Corinne can take all cues from the client and respond accordingly once the session begins, only intervening when new information is needed pertaining to treatment.

Corinne is a registered member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, and a sports massage therapist candidate with the Canadian Sports Massage Therapists Association, through which she currently holds an advanced certificate. She looks forward to collaborating on treatment plans with anyone experiencing chronic or acute aches, pains, or restriction, using specialized soft tissue and joint techniques to address a range of musculoskeletal issues. These include stress management, repetitive strain, “pulls”, low back pain, mobility, nerve impingement, posture, TMJ problems, body awareness, and headaches. Sleep quality, anxiety, depression, and general relaxation can also benefit from her blend of Swedish and Lomi modalities.