One of my closest friends fell 30 feet off a waterfall with her 12-year-old son while hiking in the Shawnee Forest. They survived the tragic accident but both sustained life threatening injuries, including numerous shattered bones. They’ve both had several surgeries and are facing a long road to recovery. I’m telling you this because their experience inspired me to learn Access Bars®. I will be visiting them in a few weeks and I want to be able to do something comforting and healing for them while I’m there.

Access Bars are 32 points on your head that, when gently touched, effortlessly, and easily release anything that stops you from feeling joy and ease in your life.

These points contain all the thoughts, ideas, beliefs, emotions, and considerations you have stored. It’s an opportunity for you to let go of everything!

If you feel moved to help my friend, they are looking at very expensive medical bills, her family started a GoFundMe page. When you book an Access Bars session with me I will be donating a portion of the proceeds to their GoFundMe campaign. To book a bars session soon please call 541-306-0988 to schedule (leave a voicemail). We can also add time if you have an existing appointment with me.


Frequently Asked Questions about Access Bars



What happens during an Access Bars session?

When you have your Bars run, your practitioner will gently touch 32 points on your head which dissipates the electromagnetic charge that gets locked in your brain by the thoughts, feelings and emotions you have stored over lifetimes. Think about this, what if you could flip a switch to turn off the voice in your head that keeps you small and feeling like you can’t be who you want to be? That voice you hear comes from the electromagnetic charges that prevent us from believing we can have the life we’ve always imagined. Access Bars opens you up to truly be you.


What should I wear to an Access Bars session?

Wear whatever is most comfortable for you. You will remain clothed and lay on the massage table face up. The massage table will be warmed to your liking and you’ll be covered with a sheet. Your therapist will be seated behind your head.


What is the difference between Access Bars and Reiki?

Having your Bars run removes blocked energy out of the body while Reiki delivers energy into the body. While both modalities have the ability to induce a state of relaxation and clear negative energy they use different techniques. Reiki is delivered through gentle static touch either directly on the body or a few inches above with no actual touch. Access Bars is delivered through gentle touches on a variety of points on the head.


What are the benefits of having your Bars run?

Hundreds of thousands of people have had their Bars run to change many aspects of their body and life, including sleep, weight and health, money, sex and relationships, stress, anxiety and more.


Can I talk during an Access Bars session?

Yes, you can talk during a session but you don’t need to. Our clients have told us when they talk during a session they feel like it’s an effective stimulus for clearing and releasing. Our best advice is to come to your session without set expectations and an open mind.


Is Access Bars right for you?

The only way to know if Access Bars is right for you is to experience it. You may experience a profound shift in your life experiences, or you may simply have a feeling of complete relaxation. Each Access Bars session can be different for you.


How often should I book an Access Bars session?

The more regularly you have your Bars run the more effective your sessions will be. If you want to let go of limiting thoughts, ideas and beliefs so you can feel more at ease in your life then regular sessions will help you.


Can you learn how to run Access Bars?

Yes! Jennifer Morey can teach you to run Bars right here in Bend, she taught me! You may also remember Jennifer, she was a therapist at Halcyon Bodyworks for a while (we love and miss her!).


How do people describe their first Access Bars session?

Instead of me telling you, watch this video to hear a few different people tell you what their first time was like…