Clint Knox
Clint is the Director of Body Time and a Key Massage Provider to High Performance Sport New Zealand (previously The New Zealand Academy of Sport ). He has been involved with High Performance Sport and the NZ Academy of Sport continually for more than 13 years, originally starting in Wellington and then moving to Auckland in 2003. Clint's work with High Performance Sport NZ (on the North Shore of Auckland) has him dealing with a large variety of athletes/sports and their support networks within and beyond the shores of New Zealand.


Clint has been providing Soft Tissue Therapy in a massage therapist role at Melbourne Commonwealth Games 2006, London Olympics 2012, Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014, Rio Olympic Games 2016 and multiple Swimming World Championship events from 2005.

Qualifications relevant to Clints work include Diploma of Body Therapies (Sports), Diploma of Therapeutic Massage,  Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Biology), holds current cpr / first aid training and is a remedial massage therapist with Massage New Zealand.

Clint has a passion for assisting people achieve their goals, whether sport or personally orientated and his work ethic is to provide as much education as possible to each client/patient so they can help themselves to the best of their potential. Special areas of interest are those people with unresolved issues, especially when other avenues have been exhausted.


Personal interests include most sports/outdoor pursuits and participating in cycling, on and off road, and more recently track cycling.