Sat, Feb 27 | University of Mount Shasta

Access Bars Class in Mt. Shasta, CA

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Time & Location

Feb 27, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM PST
University of Mount Shasta, 510 N Mt Shasta Blvd UNIT C, Mt Shasta, CA 96067, USA

About the Event

The Access Bars are 32 points on your head that when gently touched can release lifetimes of old programming, beliefs and considerations with ease. The bars also teach you to recieve, something we do very little of. This receptive state is important if you would actually like all you're asking for to be able to show up in your life.

We have seen amazing changes in the areas of mental and emotional distress; decreasing anxiety, depression, and ptsd symptoms and adding greater clarity, ease, better sleep and less mind chatter. 

It's like defragging your computer hard drive so there is more space for creating the life, living, relationships and world you would truly like to have. 

What if change can be easier than you've imagined? What if you can lay on a massage table for 60-90 minutes and gently receive change, ease and freedom?

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