Portland Access Bars sessions are now being offered in downtown Portland. Bars refer to 32 specific points on your head that, when lightly touched, can easily and effectively help you let go of thoughts, ideas, beliefs, emotions, and considerations that are holding you back from living a life you love.
Portland Access Bars
People who have experienced Portland Access Bars have shared that it provided them with a sense of inner peace, enhanced relaxation, a more positive perspective on life, relief from stress, a revitalized body, and a boost in energy and creativity.
Receiving a Portland Access Bars session can be likened to clearing out your computer’s overloaded hard drive – except in this case, you’re decluttering your mind. It allows for the release of negative thinking patterns and the ceaseless internal dialogue that often keeps you awake at night, making room for the tranquility you’ve been craving.
Are you ready to unlock a more peaceful, relaxed, and creative version of yourself?
Give yourself the gift of a Portland Access Bars session with Jenelle, Transformational Healer, in downtown Portland.
Together, we’ll release the thoughts, emotions, and beliefs that have been holding you back, making room for a revitalized and replenished you. Don’t wait to begin your journey towards a life you love.
Book here to schedule your Portland Access Bars session. Your mind, body, and soul will thank you!
Jenelle Woodlief is a bodyworker, massage therapist, energy worker, spiritual guide, and trauma healer. She is certified in Thai Massage & Energy Medicine, Reiki Energy Healing, Access Consciousness Bars, and more. Her unique approach to bodywork weaves together traditional Thai massage, structural bodywork, energy medicine, intuitive guidance, and plant wisdom. Jenelle effectively and gently relieves chronic pain, restores ease and flow in the body, and creates more balance in the body. And she is particularly gifted at helping you release trauma stored in the structural patterns of your body, a truly transformative gift that paves the way for deep healing.
Jenelle also has a line of self-devotional oil blends. Nurture Your Magic oils guide you in creating daily rituals to connect with self, energetic planes of healing, Mother Earth, lunar magic, and chakra clearing. They are available in oil blends, room sprays, and roller bottles.
You can see her list of services here and send an email here, email@example.com.
Want to learn more about how the body stores trauma?
How we hold our body creates structural changes.
Our emotions directly impact how we hold our body, thus our emotions directly impact our physical structure and posture. Therefore, our emotions and experiences can directly cause structural changes.Your body is all connected!When you hold your body in an unbalanced state, muscles literally shorten, fascia bunches up. This creates structural ripple effects throughout the body. From head to toe. Meaning imbalances, for example, in your pelvis can cause dysfunction in everything from your low back, rib cage, breath function, upper back pain, neck and shoulder tension, as well as impacting your lower body.How do emotions create holding patterns? Some examples:Are you used to shrinking and hiding? Your posture will show that in the structural changes. Common for those who have experience trauma.Are you stuck in fight or flight mode from chronic stress? You’re likely to be holding your breath or taking shallow breaths? This shows up in your rib cage function. One side of the rib cage can become compressed and cease to expand fully.Did an old injury lead you to favor one side of your body? This creates compensation patterns that directly impact the rest of your body and its function.Structural ChangesThe imbalances create structural changes which then cause dysfunction in all areas of your body. It’s all connected!The Good NewsThe good news is your structure can also find balance again, your body can release holding patterns. You’re not stuck with these structural changes. But in order to truly heal both your emotional and physical bodies need to experience structural changes.