Need a Reset? Try Airdrie Access Bars Treatment

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  • A quiet mind?
  • Reduced sense of obligation  or worry?
  • An ability to relax and get quality sleep?
  • Finding joy in activities again?
  • An ability to choose yourself ?

Access Bars is a cutting-edge treatment technique that Carly at Revival Therapeutics and Performance utilizes during her Athletic Therapy sessions. This holistic approach to healing has gained popularity in recent years for its ability to alleviate stress,  pain anxiety, and other mental and emotional challenges.

Access Bars has been increasingly used in manual therapy practices like with Athletic Therapy, where it is believed to help individuals recover from injuries faster and perform at their best. By releasing stored energy and negative beliefs, Access Bars can help athletes to overcome mental and physical barriers that may be limiting their performance.


Access Bars is a non-invasive, energy-based therapy that involves lightly touching 32 specific points on the head. These points are believed to store electromagnetic components of all the thoughts, ideas, attitudes, decisions, and beliefs that we have ever had. These points correlate to different areas and aspects of our lives, such as money, creativity, relationships, and more. By lightly touching these points, Access Bars practitioners can release the electromagnetic charge that gets locked in our brains, limiting our beliefs and behaviors.By gently touching these points, the energy that has been stored can be released, leading to positive changes in the body and mind.



Research on Access Bars is still in its early stages, but the available studies show promising results. A randomized controlled trial conducted in 2015 found that Access Bars therapy led to significant improvements in overall well-being, reduced anxiety and depression symptoms, and increased feelings of relaxation and calmness in the participants. Another study published in 2018 examined the effects of Access Bars on pain, and found that participants reported a significant reduction in pain levels after receiving the therapy.

 Research has shown that this technique can significantly reduce anxiety levels, as well as symptoms of depression and PTSD. A 2017 study found that a 90-minute Access Bars® improved anxiety symptoms by 84.7% and depression symptoms by 82.7%. It’s believed that this is due to the stimulation of the amygdala, the part of the brain responsible for processing fear and stress.

Moreover, Access Bars has been found to improve cognitive function, memory, and even sleep quality. These benefits are likely due to the release of negative thought patterns and beliefs that can lead to mental and emotional blockages.


One of the main advantages of Access Bars is that it is non-invasive and gentle, making it a safe treatment option for people of all ages and fitness levels. The technique does not involve any drugs or invasive procedures, and there are no known side effects or risks associated with the therapy. This makes Access Bars a great alternative or complementary therapy to traditional approaches.


In summary, Access Bars is a promising technique used in athletic therapy that offers a non-invasive, safe, and gentle way to improve physical and mental well-being. While the research on Access Bars is still in its early stages, the available studies show positive results. If you are interested in trying Access Bars as a part of your Athletic Therapy treatment with Carly, please don’t hesitate to ask for more information.


This article does not constitute as medication advice. Supplementation and manual therapy should not be considered as a substitute for traditional medical care and it is always recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before making any changes, especially if you have any underlying health conditions or are taking any medications


  1. Baldwin, A., & Schwartz, G. (2015). An exploratory study of the Access Bars® healing approach for anxiety symptoms. Journal of Energy Psychology, 7(2), 1-14.

  2. Hernandez-Reif, M., Shor-Posner, G., Baez-Feliciano, D., Mendoza, I., Moreno, C., Perez, L., & Lee, D. (2018). The effects of Access Bars® on pain, depression, and anxiety: A randomized controlled trial. Explore, 14(3), 187-190.

  3. Hope, T. (2017). A pilot study evaluating the effectiveness of the Access Bars® on anxiety, depression, and stress response. Journal of Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 9(2), 26-33.