Do you remember the last moment in your life when you were totally relaxed and nurtured and cared for? Or has it been a little too long since you received healing and kindness without any judgment of your body or your being?
The first class in Access is The Bars®. There are 32 points on your head which, when gently touched, effortlessly and easily release anything that doesn't allow you to receive. It’s like hitting the delete button on your computer. All of the thoughts, feelings and emotions that keep you stuck, that keep you repeating the same patterns in your life over and over again, are released.
Thousands of people have used the Access Bars to change many aspects of their body and their life including sleep, health and weight, money, sex and relationships, anxiety, stress and so much more. At worst you will feel like you have just had a phenomenal massage. At best your whole life can change into something greater with total ease.
Taking the Access Bars class is a prerequisite for all Access Consciousness® Core Classes as it allows your body to process and receive the changes you are choosing with ease.
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Saturday, September 1st
9:30am - 5:30pm
Full price: $350
Repeat price: $175 if you have completed an Access Bars class previously at any time.
Other prices: Children 15 years and under are welcome for free when attending with a paying adult or at the arrangement/discretion of the facilitator. Teenagers 16 and 17 years of age pay half price.
Global pricing applies.
I'm hard to impress when it comes to therapeutic modalities... But I'm definitely impressed right now! When I was getting my Bars run I felt my lower jaw move and relax. I told my partner about it when I got home and she said that my jaw looked more square, in a good way, and I agreed. That's amazing in and of itself, because I've always thought my jawline didn't look very masculine. Last night as I was going to bed I realized I could comfortable open my mouth all the way and let my jaws lock open. The significance of that is that I had a dentist visit when I was a teenager, where my jaw literally unhinged and I couldn't shut it. I sat there for almost two hours with my mouth gaping open, unable to shut it, because the idiot dentist didn't know what to do. They got an oral surgeon to come in, he simply stuck his fingers in my mouth, pulled down and put my jaw back in. Took 2 seconds. All in all it was rather traumatizing, so much that for over 20 years, I have been afraid of opening my mouth all the way. Even when I yawn I was applying tension, consciously and unconsciously, so that I didn't get my jaw stuck open again. I can open my mouth all the way now, and though there is a slight mental worry, I no longer have that visceral fear reaction in my body that was there for over 2 decades. Like I said, I'm not easily impressed by modalities these days but I'm definitely interested receiving treatment and in learning more about this. ~P.M. Colorado