New Owners Revive No More Knots in Greenslopes

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No More Knots, a popular remedial massage chain in Greenslopes, is returning triumphantly after enduring a tumultuous receivership period. Elisha McDonald and her husband, Grant Jenkins, have taken the reins of No More Knots, buoyed by the steadfast support of loyal customers.



Mr Jenkins, a former strength coach to sporting luminaries like Ash Barty and John Millman, joins his wife in steering the company towards a promising future, safeguarding 60 jobs.

Despite the challenges posed by a controversial takeover by a United States company, No More Knots’ outlets in Greenslopes, Taringa and Newmarket continue to serve the community.

Whilst Ipswich Massage and Herbal Spa, also under the purview of the US-based Rayont Holdings, succumbed to closure in May last year, No More Knots stands firm, poised for resurgence.

Ms McDonald’s acquisition of the Greenslopes building signifies a new chapter for No More Knots, preserving the brand’s objectives amidst uncertainty.

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With a focus on nurturing a supportive work culture,  Ms McDonald’s dedication extends beyond business revival, as evidenced by efforts to accommodate staff affected by the liquidation of a Brendale supplements supplier.


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Her reverence for No More Knots’ founder, Kelly Townsend, underscores the commitment to honouring the company’s legacy. Ms Townsend’s vision, originating in humble beginnings beneath her house in 1998, now stands as a testament to perseverance and resilience.



As No More Knots embarks on its journey of rejuvenation, Ms McDonald’s vision includes sponsoring local initiatives like the Red Dog Triathlon, embodying a renewed commitment to community engagement and excellence in service provision.

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