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"What Steve offers is a total immersion of both body and mind in such an intense manifestation that it far surpasses even the deepest of massages, or the most delicate of facials." MAYBOURNE MAGAZINE / JAN 2012

"If you're feeling frazzled, Steve is the king of calm." COUNTRY & TOWN HOUSE / MAY 2017

"Aquatic body-worker Steve Karle takes you as his floating dance partner, weaving in and out of the water to stretch and de-stress. It’s like falling through space." TATLER / JUNE 2016

"Steve ‘engages the body in conversation’ acting as a facilitator for the body’s natural desire to move."  EPICUREAN LIFE MAGAZINE / JULY 2014

"…or there’s Steve Karle, who is young, fit, and sort of extraordinary." TATLER / JUNE 2017

"Karle’s approach is intended to reset the muscle memory and so smooth out impediments to movement, such as holding patterns, emotional issues and trauma stored in the body." HASHTAG LEGEND / JUNE 2016

"Karle’s approach is intended to reset the muscle memory and so smooth out impediments to movement, such as holding patterns, emotional issues and trauma stored in the body." HASHTAG LEGEND / JUNE 2016

"Karle 'talks' to my body, tunes into it and instinctively knows where and how it wants to move and then supports and guides me into certain positions. The sequence is never choreographed. Instead, the aim is for the body to experience 'new' movement." ASIA SPA MAGAZINE / FEB 2015

"Karle 'talks' to my body, tunes into it and instinctively knows where and how it wants to move and then supports and guides me into certain positions. The sequence is never choreographed. Instead, the aim is for the body to experience 'new' movement." ASIA SPA MAGAZINE / FEB 2015

"Specialist Steve Karle guides me on a series of twists and turns, in what begins to resemble underwater ballet..." EVENING STANDARD 

"It's seriously relaxing." SUNDAY TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE

"The Spa specialty is the gentle, water-based body therapy Watsu. All the therapists are taught by aquatic bodywork specialist Steve Karle." CONDE NAST TRAVELLER SPA GUIDE

"...at times it feels like the slowest of spin cycles, at others like you might be bringing up the geriatric rear in a dolphin pod. It’s weird, it’s great." THE TIMES

FORMULA LIFE MAGAZINE

"The club offers a passive movement-based therapy called aquatic bodywork. Specialist Steve Karle moves the clients in ways said to follow the movement patterns of the body. Benefits are said to include natural realignment and improved posture, relief from chronic pain, alleviation of insomnia and improved energy levels." EVENING STANDARD

"Last time you found yourself in a heated pool at night with a man you had just met, it ended with a pounding headache and a guilty feeling that was hard to shake. This time will be different." DAILY CANDY