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The Access Bars Workshop
9 September , 2012 @ 10:30 am - 15 September , 2012 @ 6:30 pm SMT
Have you heard “Change the Thought, Change your Life”?
Have you found changing your beliefs just a tad challenging?
The Access Bars is a great way to dissipate beliefs, thoughts, ideas, and attitudes that may be preventing a greater reality from showing up in your life.
If you want to work on releasing limitations in areas such as money, creativity, and aging and bringing in more joy, peace, and awareness, come join us for a fun afternoon.
The Bars are 32 points on the head that, when gently touched, can release a multitude of beliefs. By running energy through them, we can release the electromagnetic charge, which makes them sticky. This is a safe, non-invasive, and easy-to-do modality that you can gift immediately to your friends, family, and clients. A Bars session is very relaxing and regular sessions can have dramatic effects.
The workshop is dynamic and includes hands-on – gifting and receiving Bars sessions, twice so you can comfortably use it right away. You will also learn a powerful clearing statement to start shifting the energy in your life.
Who is The Access Bars Workshop for?
This workshop will benefit anyone and everyone. It’s completely safe and simple but very powerful.
- Pregnant women who have regular sessions report much shorter and easier labour.
- People sleep more soundly and are less stressed.
- Greater wellness and faster recovery from injury and illness
- Less efforting in life (and MORE receiving)
These are just a few of the many phenomenal benefits people have experienced.
Date: Sunday, 9 September & Saturday, 15 September 2012
Time: 10.30 am – 6.30 pm
Venue: Gallery Helios
Fees: $250 ($125 for repeats within one year), including a Bars manual.
No prior experience is necessary and if you are already a therapist, Bars is a great complement to any modality. The completion of this workshop certifies participants as practitioners.
Sandra Tonkinson is an Access Bars practitioner and facilitator. Her background includes a variety of alternative health modalities. A freelance writer, Sandra regular blogs about wellness.