Learn about The Mongia School in India using Access Bars and Access Consciousness in their curriculum and how it is creating more peace and ease with the students.
Watch the interview as kids, from a school in Italy, interview the founder of Access Consciousness, Gary Douglas, and co-creator Dr. Dain Heer. Listen as they ask questions and share their own experiences from receiving Access Bars.
It is time to end the stigma around depression, ADHD, and how many of us, especially our children, are struggling with poor mental health.
Parenting can be a challenge no matter what, especially if you are doing it on your own. These 3 single parents share stories of the ease and change that Access Bars has created in their families.
Children are always welcome to take the classes as participants or just be in the class playing with other kids. They learn quickly and love learning Access Bars as well as gifting and receiving sessions!
Kids are always welcome to every class offered by Access Consciousness. Children ages 15 and under can come to a class at no cost when attending together with a paying adult or at the facilitator’s discretion. Teenagers ages 16 and 17 pay 50% of the full class price. With classes that are only for kids, there may be a fee. Please check individual listings that are only for kids to learn what the fee is for that class.
We have an Access Bars® manual just for kids!
Youths from around the world are loving this kid-friendly manual, full of photos and enjoyment. Learning Access Bars has never been so fun!
Ask your facilitator about the possibilities.
Creating more with orphans and Access Bars
Watch this inspiring story of bringing Access Bars to an orphanage in Cape Town, South Africa.
“My oldest son had been extremely moody, snappy, and very difficult to be around. I had just taken my Access Bars course for the second time and suggested that I do this for him, of which he was resistant, but he decided to go for it anyway.
After 30 minutes of doing his bars, he was sitting with his brother. He said to him, “You know, I hardly ever tell you this, but I really appreciate having you as a brother, and I am happy you are in my life.” I had to do a triple take because this is not something he normally says, especially at that time.
“...His mom called ahead of time and told me that ever since her son was 3 years, he had been saying that he doesn’t belong on the planet. When she called, her son had just had neck surgery and had told her that he wished he had died during it.
We did one hour of Access Bars, and I talked to him and asked him some questions, and then he got up off the table like a totally different person. His mom asked, “Do you want to come back?” he said, “Yeah, let’s come back tomorrow.” He came back two more times, and I asked, “So how do you feel? Better? Worse?” to which he responded, “Oh, you mean the fact that I’m happy now?”
That was three sessions. That’s so cool!”
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