Access Bars Treatment

Did you know there are special points on your head that can be touched and can help shift the stress in your brain?

There are 32 points on your head that are stimulated in their treatment method that help “defragment” thought, stress and emotions in your brain. This approach has a generally calming and regulating effect on the person’s body and shifts their body into the parasympathetic (calming) system.

What is Access Bars?

The Access Bars include a set of 32 points on the head which, when lightly touched, stimulate positive change in the brain and defragment the electro-magnetic components of stress, thought and emotions. This gentle, non-invasive technique works on releasing both physical and mental blocks stored in the body and helps facilitate greater ease in all different areas of life. A session of Access Bars can help with the following:

  • Greater mental clarity
  • Motivation
  • Increase in joy and happiness 
  • Deeper relaxation 
  • Insomnia 
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Health and weight management 
  • Stress and overwhelm 
  • Migraines 
  • Panic attacks


Heidi has been using the Access bars with her clients since November of 2019.  Heidi is available to “run your bars” to help with decreasing the stress in your nervous system and helping to promote calming your system as the Parasympathetic Nervous System will be turned on.  

Research completed in 2015 by leading neuroscientist Dr. Jeffrey Fannin et al., with 60 participants examined the neurological effects of the Access Bars by measuring brain waves on people before and after a Bars session. This research revealed similar effects on brain coherence where 85% of participants reported an increase in brain coherence. He also discovered that Access Bars has a positive neurological effect on the recipient similar to those experienced by advanced meditators – and it produces these results immediately. Click here for the research paper: ACCESS WHITE PAPER.pdf | Powered by Box

Please see the Access Consciousness website for more details about the Access Bars. 

What is Access Bars? | Access Consciousness

Review of the Access Bars by Dr. Jeffrey L. Fannin, Neurologist

Access Bars Effect on
Anxiety and Depression

Access Bars® and Regulation Thermometry Dr Lisa Cooney and Linda Adamowski