“Yoga is an empowering way to feel more balanced in body, mind and spirit.”

What Travis has to say about Karli Health Centre:

I found Karli’s website quite by accident after my Physiotherapist recommended I try yoga to improve both my strength and flexibility after suffering a traumatic injury (c2-c3 incomplete quadriplegic).  Karli Health is a very professionally run organisation and they provided me with customised therapy to suit my needs and enable me to get the most out of their services provided.

I started my yoga journey in March 2020 and am really pleased with both my teacher and also the results being improved strength, much better balance and greater flexibility, this has translated into a much better quality of life for me and also enabled me to improve my walking and even get back to running.

I would highly recommend trying Karli Health’s yoga services for anyone who has experienced nerve damage, muscle weakness or balance issues.

Regards – Travis

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Karli Health Centre is located in the leafy suburb of Blackburn, with a lovely cafe nearby.

Suite 3, 9B Salisbury Avenue, Blackburn VIC 3130 – find us with Google Maps

“Once you correct your breathing patterns, you are a master in emotional and mental health.”
Donna Farhi, The Breathing Book (1996)