Access Bars

Access Bars

What is it?

Access Bars can feel like hitting the delete button on your computer’s cluttered hard drive – only this time, you’re creating space in your brain. Things like negative thought patterns or endless mental chatter keeping you awake at night, can be released and make space for the calm you’ve been seeking.

A typical Access Bars session runs for about 60 minutes. During this time, I will lightly touch these 32 points around on your head, which begins the process of dispelling the electromagnetic charge of all your limiting subconscious beliefs, feelings, and emotions from your energy body. These limiting subconscious beliefs may be issues surrounding love, self-worth, relationships or money. Access Bars is a great way for you to pull out the ‘weeds’ of your minds’ garden and replace them with beautiful fresh flowers of limitless potential and opportunity. 

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Access Bars with Leah

Available Wednesdays , Thursdays & Friday's at SCNH

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