What Languages is Access Available In?


What Languages Is Access Available In?

Access Consciousness is an English speaking company, based in the US, Ireland and Australia. This means the majority of our classes, material and communication is in English. 

However, since we have facilitators and classes in over 147 countries, we also translate selected classes, material and communications and material to some of the biggest language groups among our clients. We would like as many people as possible to have access to these tools globally, wherever they live or what language they speak. 

Emails
You can choose which one language, in addition to English, that you would like us to communicate with you via email, when possible. 

Classes

We translate many of the founder and co-creator Gary Douglas and Dain Heer’s classes to several languages. Some classes in Europe can have simultaneous translation to up to 10 languages. Many of these classes are also live streamed online and we often choose live stream a couple of languages as well.

For more information on translation in classes, please keep an eye on the website or contact our live class language coordinator, Lisen Bengtsson

Some facilitators also choose to have their classes translated. Please check for that with each individual facilitator. 

The Website
Key-parts of this website are also being translated into a series of languages. As soon as a new language is available, you will find that in the drop-down menu above. Please just be aware that there will always be more information also on this website available in English!

Books & Manuals
We focus on translating manuals and books to the major language groups in the world as well to languages in countries where Access is growing quickly.  We currently have books in languages like Spanish, German, French, Italian, Turkish, Swedish, Danish and Estonian. 

For more information about which  books that are available in your language, please check the Access shop. For manuals, please contact our foreign language manual coordinator, Kass Thomas