Leanne has been treating in the industry since getting her Diploma of Remedial Massage in 2008. Going on to graduate from Endeavor College of Natural Health with a degree in Musculoskeletal Therapy, Leanne is keen to keep learning and growing as a therapist. Leanne has an interest in treating a variety of conditions including postural and sports related or those with a deeper cause. With a background is sport and a passion for health and fitness, Leanne really believes that prevention is the key. Leanne uses a variety of techniques including myofascial release, stretching, cupping and general massage and enjoys treating the neck and shoulders, pelvis and legs.
Taringa Senior Remedial Therapist
Born in Finland, Annika completed her Diploma of Remedial Massage at the Australian College of Natural Therapies in Sydney. She gained much experience working in the profession in Stockholm, Sweden before moving back to settle in Brisbane. Annika enjoys treating a wide range of clients presenting with issues derived from sports injuries and postural imbalances. She is passionate about addressing physiological and psychological traumas in the body.
Hannah graduated in 2008 with a degree in Musculoskeletal therapy and a diploma in Remedial Massage Therapy. Hannah’s treatment techniques include myofascial release, soft tissue and deep tissue techniques, cupping, trigger point therapy, myofascial dry needling, neuromuscular techniques. Hannah hopes in further education in the future with a Pilates instructor course and a degree in Physiotherapy.
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.
Greenslopes Senior Remedial Therapist
Jay graduated from Brisbane's Q Academy and joined the No More Knots team in October 2010 with glowing recommendations from all his lecturers at the college. Jay enjoys treating people from all walks of life and likes to take the time in his treatments to investigate where pain or dysfunction may be originating from. He is passionate about what he does and his years of experience show in client results.
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.
After completing his Diploma of Remedial Massage at the Australian Institute of Applied Sciences in 2007, Sean joined the No More Knots team. Shortly after, he had the opportunity to travel and work overseas and briefly left the clinic. During this time he did freelance work as he toured with two international dance companies. Sean enjoyed working as part of the therapeutic team to professional dancers who had a vigorous performance schedule and was able to gain valuable experience as a massage therapist. Having returned to Australia Sean was delighted to recommence work with the No More Knots team and looks forward to helping clients achieve their health goals.
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.
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.
Roberta is a therapist with 8 years’ experience in treating musculoskeletal conditions that come from poor use to sports related conditions. She studied Shiatsu therapy for three years in Rome Italy and gained experience working in several clinics alongside physiotherapists and GPs. She moved to Australia in 2013 joining the massage therapy industry, achieving a Diploma in Remedial Massage Therapy and membership with Massage & Myotherapy Australia (formerly AAMT). Her areas of interest & expertise are: Pregnancy Massage, Myofascial Dynamic Cupping, Myofascial Neurodynamic and Myofascial Release and Lymphatic Drainage. Her treatments involve structural assessment and can involve multiple techniques mentioned to achieve the best possible results for you. Outside of work, Roberta the loves to pass her days in front of the ocean, enjoying the sunshine and amazing Qld weather!