14 East Street
Cornelia's Massage Therapy combines Swedish and Deep Tissue techniques to help alleviate discomfort and tension and improve the well being of body and mind.
Cornelia's background in contemporary dance has further inspired her interest in working with the body, body movement and alternative therapies.
She is currently working with the charity Active Lightworks who offer low cost and free therapy for people in the community who need it most. Cornelia has also worked at various events and festivals such as Morning gloryville Brighton, The Lantern Fayre Brighton and Buddahfield Festival.
She is registered and insured with the CThA (Complementary Therapy Association).
She is currently working at About Balance, a well being center who offer low cost treatments in Brighton.
"Having recently been struggling with a lot of stiffness and discomfort in my shoulders and lower back, I felt really lucky to have found Cornelia. She used a wide range of techniques that really helped to unwind things and brought me a lot of relief. Not only was the treatment effective, but it ws incredibly relaxing. I will certainly be going back to Cornelia in the future."
Tomek Smart, Osteopath.
"I have had difficulty with back pain for many years and have managed it by maintaining regular exercise, but sometimes a massage is needed to help ease the tension. I found Cornelia's massage very helpful in alleviating my lower back and shoulder tension and at the same time found it very relaxing. I thought it was excellent value for money and will definitely be seeing her again."
Training, qualifications & experience
- ITEC QCF level 3 Diploma in massage
- Certificate in Deep Tissue Massage from the College of Classical Massage
- Day course in Table Thai Massage from Jing Massage (to be completed in December)
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£45 for 60 minutes
£25 for 60 minutes with a Karma Card.
A Karma card can be purchased from the well being center where I work from.
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
Maps & Directions
Monday daytime, Wednesday daytime, Thursday daytime & evening