Jess completed her Diploma in Remedial Massage at the Australian Institute of Fitness in early 2015. With an extensive history of dance injuries, Jess now competes in power-lifting and believes strongly in the relationship between strength training and remedial massage therapy to help people become stronger, and improve movement patterns as a way to live a balanced lifestyle. Jess has worked closely with strength training coaches and athletes using deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, dry needling and cupping to improve a variety of injuries from lower back, shoulder and elbow pain to improving overall tissue quality, mobility and flexibility and recovery time between training sessions.
Jackie graduated with a Diploma in Remedial Massage Therapy from Q Academy in 2016. She first became interested in massage while working with infants in early childhood education, learning that human touch encourages brain development in children. As a natural nurturing type, Jackie saw a career in massage as a potentially rewarding one. As a therapist, Jackie is sensitive and intuitive. Jackie is passionate about keeping active and the benefits of keeping people moving. She loves her yoga, treadmill and elliptical, and dancing with her young sons.
Luke completed his Diploma of Remedial Massage early in 2014. He has wasted no time gaining hands-on experience with the likes of the Melbourne Victory, Firebirds, Queensland Academy of sport Rowing and Trination triathlon squad. Luke has an evidence based and results focused treatment style incorporating dynamic postural and flexibility tests to give real-time client feedback. He is a firm believer that prevention is the best solution, and combines modalities like deep tissue, trigger pointing, myofascial release, stretching, muscle energy techniques, positional release, cryotherapy and joint mobilisation to achieve the best possible results. Having competed in a multitude of sporting discourses, Luke has gained a firsthand understanding of the injury and rehabilitation process from both the patient and professional perspective. Combining these two perspectives enables Luke to develop comprehensive treatment plans that offer consistent results for clients.
With a hands on and very personal approach, Luke enjoys establishing healthy working relationships that empower people with knowledge about their body, support their ongoing return to health and encourage continuing improvement in performance and life quality.
Matt studied at the Australian Institute of Fitness and completed his Diploma in Remedial Massage as well as Certificates III and IV in Fitness/Personal Training. He also holds qualifications in Counselling. Matt is passionate about ensuring that each treatment reflects his clients' specific needs, and tailors each massage accordingly. He has a particular interest in myofascial release and mobilisation techniques and the results they can achieve for clients. During travels to Thailand he visited the first University of Massage Therapy, Matt was inspired to continually improve his knowledge base and skill set and constantly living up to this at No More Knots.
Seeking change from the corporate world and with a desire to help people cope with the stresses of modern living Hamish began massage in 2003 and has continued to both practice and study internationally. Committed and passionate in the work he does, with one goal in mind which is to give you the best treatment possible and to support you in your wellbeing journey. He has treated and worked with people of most occupations ranging from elite athletes, professional dancers, tradies to accountants. Hamish has come to specialise in Myofascial release and is particularly effective in treating the neck, TMJ, shoulders, spine, ribs and pelvis.
Fran has long been passionate about health care, working first as a nurse in Switzerland and Australia, before completing her Remedial Massage Diploma in Victoria in 2014. Working in consultation with her clients, Fran enjoys treating the whole body and has a special interest in treating complications of the neck and shoulders. For her own fitness, formerly Fran was a competitive horse rider. She now enjoys swimming, cycling and bush walking and has recently started playing tennis.
Greenslopes and Taringa Senior Remedial Therapist
Tracy is an experienced and passionate Remedial Massage Therapist & Yoga Teacher. Tracy completed her studies in Remedial Massage at the Australian Institute of Massage in ’08. With a history as a yoga teacher and a passion for the human body, Tracy sees massage and yoga as an ideal way to help people achieve their goals of being pain free. She especially enjoys treating any conditions of the legs or pelvis.
French native, Aurélie completed a Bachelor of Sport and Fitness in Paris and has a background of personal training. She completed her Diploma in Remedial Massage at the Australian College of Natural Therapy (ACNT) in Dec 2015. Aurélie has a passion for alternative medicine and well-being, and is eager to expand her knowledge. She enjoys educating her clients and creating awareness to improve their quality of life for the long-term. She has a particular interest in helping clients with postural issues. Aurélie loves to travel and be surrounded by nature. She keeps active by practicing yoga and fitness.
Taringa Senior Remedial Therapist
Caroline completed her Diploma of Remedial Massage on the Gold Coast in 2006 and since then has worked with clients from all walks of life. She has gained invaluable experience working alongside a physiotherapist and osteopath in the past and in 2015 completed the Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy in order to further her knowledge and treatment skills. Caroline prefers a gentle approach to treatment and encourages her clients to help themselves to reclaim their health and mobility.
A love of all things sport related lead Sarah to study Massage Therapy. A keen volleyball player for over 7 years, and now an avid rock climber, Sarah understands the need for a balanced body in order to maintain peak performance. She has a special interest in treating any conditions of the legs. Sarah graduated with a diploma in remedial massage in 2011, she has worked for No More Knots most of her massage career.
Sam completed his Diploma of Remedial Massage at the Australian Institute of Fitness in early 2016. He has a keen interest in helping restore body movement using his knowledge and always strives to expand his knowledge of muscle movement and dysfunction. He is looking at expanding his knowledge base by working towards getting his Advance Diploma in Myotherapy.