About Brice Exercise Specialists

Paul Brice is an Exercise Specialist who has a passion for helping people with more complicated health, fitness or sporting requirements. Paul has a vast amount of experience working with people with all manner of medical conditions, health complaints, and injuries, as well as helping to train athletes in strength and conditioning specific to their sport. Paul regards his approach Intelligent Exercise.

Paul was an international athlete for 7 years. He gained his first senior international vest aged 17, and represented his country in the Long Jump, Hurdles, Javelin and Decathlon. After graduating in 1986 with a joint honours degree in Sports Science and Biology, Paul spent many years acting as a consultant to the health and fitness industry. In 1993 Paul started working with patient referrals from the NHS, and since then he has been instrumental in advocating exercise as a means to help manage a wide range of health conditions. In 2004 Paul joined forces with Spencer McCormack and established the first private gym to be located in an NHS Hospital, BWell Gym.

Paul’s innovative approach to exercise has led him to develop a new programme for pulmonary rehabilitation. This is known as the Brice Method, and is a new approach to help people suffering with COPD, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. The Brice Method has been detailed in a new book Paul has written called, ‘COPD innovative breathing techniques‘. This book is now available on the Amazon Bookstore and in all the major online bookshops.

Paul Now shares his time between delivering clinical exercise programmes for the NHS and working with private clients as a Specialist Exercise Trainer.

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Price list

Block booking of 5 sessions

I generally work in block bookings of 5 sessions at a time. I do this because my clients find they need time to absorb and digest the very personalised exercises that I recommend. Usually poor posture, work related imbalances, or the domino effect of poor health has taken years to occur. Clients realise they won’t fix themselves in one or two sessions.

My methods generally require you to commit to take on some homework exercises or gym focused activity to learn new movement patterns. You can spread the sessions over as many weeks as you like, and I will advise what I feel is appropriate for you..

Cost £180 

(BWell members and referrals from existing clients get a £30 discount, so pay only £150)

Individual personal training sessions

I offer individual rehabilitation or personal training sessions which last approximately 55 minutes. These sessions are for those who want a one off programme of exercises which can either be drawn out (I am always complimented on my anatomically correct stick men) or with videos of the exercises emailed directly to you. I find that I can not use video libraries as I tweek and personalise every exercise to each individual client. No two bodies are the same.

Cost £45

(BWell members and referrals from existing members get a £10 discount off this price so pay only £35)

Brice Method COPD breathing course

This is a complete package for the one to one delivery of the Brice Method COPD programme that accompanies the Book ‘COPD innovative breathing techniques’. This includes 8 individual activity sessions, along with progressive homework plans, an exercise kit designed to help your needs plus a copy of Pauls book.

Cost £450

 

Testimonials

My teenage son has Cerebral Palsy. He has had several operations over the last few years and I was becoming increasingly anxious about his high muscle tone and lack of movement.

We have been working with Paul since May 2016. Paul has given my son and I the confidence to increase his range of movement through a personal programme of massage and exercises. Josh engages actively during his sessions and looks forward to continuing his exercises at home and school. I am a very proud mother as watch the working partnership between Paul and Josh and the positive progress Josh is making to his independence.

Many thanks for all your help and support.

Julie S

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