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Relax. Release. Refresh. - Koha Access Bars Sessions

Relax. Release. Refresh. - Koha Access Bars Sessions

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When:

  • Sun 14 Apr, 10:00am – 2:00pm

Where:

Petone Depot, Doreen Doolan Mall, Petone, Lower Hutt

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Experience an incredibly nurturing & relaxing body process called Access Bars.

Access Bars Practitioners in the Wellington region are coming together to gift Access Bars sessions to the community!

Come and see us and receive your session!

Anytime between 10am - 2pm mini 20-30 minute sessions available.
Koha/donation (which will be distributed to the community hubs).

Would you like the team to come to your community?
Contact: accessbarswelly@gmail.com

About Access Bars
Access Bars is a simple, non-invasive, energy process where the facilitator lightly touches points on the head to release energy. Receiving this process leaves you with a sense of peace and space and a feeling like there is more possibility open to you. At worst it will feel like a great massage and at best your whole life will change!

Access Bars has assisted thousands of people to change many aspects of their lives. People report better health, ease of sleep, weight loss, better sex and relationships, relief from anxiety, less stress and so much more.

Unlock the space of being you!

Interesting Access Bars facts:
There are over 10,000 facilitators worldwide in 172 countries in a modality that was developed over 25 years ago.

Access Bars has been used in schools, hospitals, police stations, PTSD/veteran clinics and more!

Facebook Event Page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/401028964012237/?active_tab=about

More information:
https://www.accessconsciousness.com/en/micrositesfolder/accessbars/

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