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Who are we?

Nestled in the beautiful Bayside village of Black Rock, Melbourne, Muscle Freedom is a reputable myotherapy and remedial massage clinic. Our therapists bring a wealth of expertise to the table, and have the experience and professional training to treat a broad range of muscular conditions. Our motto is to treat the cause of our clients’ issues, rather than just the symptoms.

Since opening three years ago, we have built a solid reputation as specialists at treating specific sports-related injuries. We have the privilege of calling some of Bayside’s biggest sporting names our clients, and we value those relationships dearly. Whether you’re a corporate professional suffering from RSI, a tradesperson with back pain, or an Olympic athlete needing regular remedial massage maintenance, we are here to help!

Sam Noble Remedial Massage Therapist

Sam Noble – Remedial Massage Therapist

I am the founder and owner of Muscle Freedom. I have more than 15 years’ experience in sports and remedial massage. My philosophy is to balance my practical, hand-on approach with regular professional development to ensure my technique is always of the highest industry standard.

After obtaining my qualifications at the Australian College of Massage and Natural Therapies, I opened my own clinic in Queensland. After a stint working abroad in Canada and London, I moved to Melbourne and opened Muscle Freedom in Bayside’s beautiful Black Rock in 2013.

My greatest passion is seeing my clients feel and perform their absolute best, thanks to regular remedial massage therapy. I cater treatments to each client’s needs and use trigger-point therapy, deep-tissue massage, dry needling and a range of other techniques to improve muscular health.

Damien Finn Remedial Massage Therapist

Damien Finn – Remedial Massage Therapist

My passion for remedial massage first began in my teens, when I would intuitively massage friends and family. Since then I have gained diplomas in Remedial Massage and Shiatsu, deepening my knowledge of western and eastern health models. To help my clients stay active, I provide comprehensive treatments using a range of effective techniques from both systems – assisting them to excel in their chosen sport, prevent or rehabilitate from injury, to work more productively or simply enjoy more freedom of movement.

Like my late grandmother, a skilled physical therapist, I find great reward in helping clients to improve their range of motion and free themselves from muscular discomfort. I have experience working with athletes, martial artists and weight trainers, and continuously update my skills with ongoing study and development.

Kerrie Baumgartner Remedial Massage Therapist

Kerrie Baumgartner – Remedial Massage Therapist

I have a broad background in elite sport combined with various physical education, management and massage courses. After studying my Bachelor of Applied Science at Victoria University, I went on to complete a Graduate Certificate in Athlete Career Education and Management, plus a Business Certificate.

Over the years, I have worked in various sports and health development roles, such as State Development Officer of Triathlon Victoria and SDO of CycleSport Victoria, combined with Personal Training and coaching roles. My passion for sport is reflected in reaching numerous national and state titles and achieving elite standards in three sports (Athletics-800m, Triathlons and Cycling). This sporting experience has given me a thorough understanding of the human body and how to prevent injuries.

Since graduating with a Diploma of Remedial Massage 8 years ago, I have worked in various physiotherapy clinics and gained invaluable experience. I can combine deep tissue, myofascial release techniques and trigger-point therapy with cupping and dry needling, as required, to enhance healing.

Tom Black Myotherapist & Remedial Massage Therapist

Tom Black – Myotherapist & Remedial Massage Therapist

I developed a passion for massage therapy after several injuries and crashes sidelined me during my cycling career.

In 2010 I competed for the Isle of Man in the 2010 Commonwealth Games. I am passionate about helping clients achieve their goals and find educating them about their bodies particularly rewarding.
Back home, on the Isle of Man, I had my own private clinic, ‘TBM Therapy’, and worked with many of the Island’s amateur and professional athletes, including Moto GP ace, Cal Cruthlow.

At the end of 2015, I left the Isle of Man to embark upon a new journey to Australia.
In 2017 I was head trainer for Frankston YCW Football club, who won their fourth consecutive premiership. I have also worked with VFL team – Box Hill Hawks and JLT Condor pro cycling team in the UK and here in Australia.

Currently I am studying for a Bachelor of Health Science in Clinical Myotherapy due for completion late 2020. I can tailor my treatments to the needs of each client with dry needling, taping, cupping, mobilisation & exercise prescription.

Tim Webber Sports Therapist

Tim Webber – Sports Therapist

I found my way into sports therapy and massage through my work as a gymnastics coach. In an effort to improve my coaching, I started reading up on strength training, injury prevention and anatomy. This sparked an interest in learning more about how the body works and prompted me to study sports therapy.

I have a strong interest in injury prevention and believe that regular massage treatments complement your training and help you get the most out of your time training or competing. I enjoy using a range of soft tissue techniques, including dry needling and cupping, along with educating clients to help them achieve their goals.

I have previously worked with AFL footballers and Commonwealth Games gymnasts, as well as in a clinical setting. I’m excited be part of the Muscle Freedom team and to be working and learning from a great group of therapists.

Lewis Noble – Remedial Massage Therapist

My love for health and fitness has stemmed from a young age, playing various sports such as Football and Basketball. Outside of work I spend the majority of my time at the gym with a focus on strength training. Through these hobbies I found a passion for muscle and recovery knowledge.

Since completing my Diploma of Remedial Massage, I am able to share my passion through assisting clients in achieving their own health and wellbeing goals.

I thoroughly enjoy treating sports-related injuries. With a combination of training and regular massage, athletes increase their range of motion and relieve muscle and joint stress to ensure they perform at their full potential.