Natural healer teaches new form of energy medicine

Anyone who visits Brenda Smalley, a certified instructor for Touch for Health, is in for an exciting experience

Natural healer Brenda Smalley demonstrates how Taylor Snell can receive benefit from the Bars system

Natural healer Brenda Smalley demonstrates how Taylor Snell can receive benefit from the Bars system

Anyone who visits Brenda Smalley, a certified instructor for Touch for Health, is in for an exciting experience and one which could mean surprisingly wonderful results.

Smalley, a registered massage therapist and reflexologist, likes to help people heal their own body.

“I do natural healing,” she said. “I don’t do anything with pills.”

Smalley is excited about the latest step she has taken in her journey of natural healing which involves teaching and receiving The Bars, a most unique and powerful form of energy medicine. “I felt like it was the next step and I know it works,” she said.

The Bars system involves stimulating one of 32 points on the head by touch, thereby encouraging the flow of positive energy.

“What happens is we get stuck in what we know and when we do the Bars we open up to all kinds of possibilities. I have had lots of success stories.”

While Smalley explains it is important to be in a state of gratitude when participating in this form of energy healing, it can make one’s life even better.

“Receiving and learning the Bars will allow so much more to show up for you,” she said. “The Bars has assisted thousands of people to change many aspects of their life, including issues with sleep, health, weight, financial, sex, relationships, anxiety, stress and so much more.”

Part of the process of learning The Bars process involves asking such questions as “what are you willing to release that has been keeping you from having what you really want, is your life everything you desire it to be and are you willing to receive more?”

Smalley offered a one-day Bars workshop through Ponoka and Rimbey Adult Learning earlier this month. She has another workshop scheduled for Nov. 18 at Rimbey Provincial Building.