Access Bars Gifting & Receiving

These events are hosted by Facilitators or Practitioners in different areas all around the world.

Attending Access Bars Gifting & Receiving is a great way to catch up with fellow Accessories and swap bars. Please ask your host how much it costs, as prices vary. If you have not learned the Bars,you may also attend and pay a different fee to receive only. Please contact your local facilitator/practitioner for times, dates, locations and pricing.

Check out the Access Bars Website for articles, testimonials, classes and information.


Class Details

Pre-requisites: None.
Facilitator: Julie Tuton
Date: 12/Apr/2017 - 12/Apr/2017
Time: 6:30pm
Location: Upon registration
Corte Madera (SF Bay Area), CA, California, USA
Cost: $20 clearings, $10 Bars Trade, $150 Receive Bars only
PDFInternational Class Fees - only for 'Core Classes'
PDFInternational Class Fees - only Gary Douglas and Dain Heer's Classes
Notes: Please Register by 4pm on Wed. to so I know how much to bake for goodies! or call me if after 4pm.

On this evening I will be hosting 1 hour of clearings before Bars Trading begins around 7:40pm. Topic varies each week. Bring your questions, or email in advance, and we will clear the issues in and around what is up for the group.

This is also a great venue for bringing your friends who may be new to Access and would like an introduction that allows them to experience the work in a small to medium sized group setting.
    

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