What is Access Bars?
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. This is an opportunity for you to let go of everything!
How many of the following apply to you?
- You’re tired all day, but when your head hits the pillow at night, your brain goes into overdrive, and you can’t sleep.
- You’re constantly exhausted or high on adrenaline – you can’t seem to relax into your life and achieve a happy “medium.”
- You’ve tried meditation, yoga, journaling, and more – but you can’t quiet your mind for long enough to feel the benefits, OR you’re finding it exhausting keeping up with all of these practices.
- You’ve tried every wellness practice on the block, and then some, and nothing seems to help you relax.
Hundreds of thousands of people have used Access Bars to change many aspects of their body and their life, including sleep, health and weight, money, sex and relationships, anxiety, stress, and so much more.
Access Bars® can feel like hitting the delete button on your computer’s cluttered hard drive – only this time, you’re creating space in your brain. Things like negative thought patterns, or that endless mental chatter keeping you awake at night, can be released and make space for the calm you’ve been seeking.
Vadzim Siniauski, DOMP, Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, B.Sc (Med)
Intensive training in the area of integrative osteopathy & medicine and Access Consciousness®, Arizona, USA, 2022
Vadzim Siniauski – your Toronto Osteopath – received his diploma from the Toronto Academy of Osteopathy and keeps up to date with the latest health care information. Feel free to follow him on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube to learn more about health tips and trends.
An osteopath has to think outside of the box… use problem-solving skills… and put everything together to find the best solution for a patient. Every client is unique, and Vadzim enjoys helping all his patients get back to the activities they love as quickly as possible and not let injury/pain become a barrier. Vadzim uses techniques that are always safe, comfortable and controlled. Consent and feedback are always obtained to make sure patients do not experience unnecessary discomfort throughout treatment.