Access Bars Treatment:
Do I have to take a Client’s Medical History?
This is a question that I frequently get asked, especially by Massage Therapists, Reflexologists and other holistic therapists when they come to a one day Access Bars Class.
When you run the someone’s Bars in an Access Bars Class, you release the stuck energies, thoughts and gunky stuff that doesn’t serve them anymore.
It’s a very gentle, nurturing process and doesn’t require any previous knowledge of the person, or any aspect of their medical history.
One of the things that some people love about Access Bars is that there’s no talking required. You don’t have to “know” what the “problem” is, or think of a way to “fix” it. You don’t have to go into painful details of past traumas or embarrassing details of symptoms that you’d really like to be free of.
When someone comes for an Access Bars session, the energies work with the body, mind and beyond. So in answer to the question of with Access Bars Treatments Do I have to take a clients medical history is no. It is not necessary.
Sometimes people really want to tell you everything that is going on for them and that’s fine. For people who are happy simply to relax and receive, you can get straight to running their Bars and enjoying the treatment.
Running someone’s Bars opens up their body’s innate abilities to heal itself and let go of any blockages or stuckness physically, emotionally and beyond that they are ready to release.
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