"I was a bit sceptical that Nordic Walking had the potential to be a serious sport until I tried it. I quickly realised that once the technique had been learned (not as straightforward as it looks - it needs a teacher such as Denise to ensure that poor technique does not impair exercise quality) it could be practised as vigorously or as gently as I liked. At speed, especially going up steep hills, it provides one of the best all-body workouts I have tried."
Jon, August 2011
"When Complementary Therapist Denise Paice offered me a Thai massage I jump at the chance. I had experienced Thai massage from Thailand and always felt better for it. My concern was a long-standing back problem and a fear of worsening pain. I felt immediately at ease when Denise answered the door. She led me into a beautiful room where the treatment began, I was able to close my eyes and drift into another world of music, spirituality, lightness and healing while Denise gently massaged, stretched and healed my body. I began the session in pain. By the end, the pain had gone! I felt better than I felt for the nine months since I hurt my back. I booked another session!"
Joy, The Village News Clanfield September 2002
"The Mayor of Havant took a moment out of her busy schedule to unwind with a massage. Cllr Fulcher enjoyed a Indian head massage with Denise Paice, the massage was very relaxing and took me away from the daily chores, total harmony."
Head start for Mayor's day August 2004
"Thank you so much Denise for giving up your time for us today, your massage would have been a real bonus for our runners and would have made their day complete. It was Fabulous to have you there. It really added to the atmosphere and fun feeling of the day. I had many people approach me to thank us for the massage that was provided. Thank you for carrying it through with such joy and dedication in supporting us."
National Events Team, NSPCC, Great South Run September 2007
"Thanks for doing such a great job' on my leg Denise, I haven't noticed any pain in my back or leg since."
Dee, Hampshire, Remedial Therapy 2004