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What is ESSE?
Energetic Synthesis of Structural Embodiment (ESSE) is a unique body process from Access Consciousness® that targets the connective fascial tissue located throughout every inch of the body. ESSE is designed to create changes in the structure and form of the body resulting in an ease with movement, function, and the energetic body systems. Scientific research illustrates that the fascial system responds to a question. The tools of Access Consciousness® invite you to be in the question in all aspects of your life and your body.†
The most interesting aspect of the fascial system is that it is not just a system of separate coverings, but is actually one continuous structure that exists throughout the whole body without interruption. In this way you can perceive how each part of the entire body is inter-connected through the fascia. The ESSE body process facilitates the unwinding of the dynamic changeable fascia throughout the body from the cellular level to the major body systems. ESSE can be perceived as a deep energtic body process unwinding the body from the microscopic to the macroscopic.†
Access ESSE 1
1 Hour Session
Access ESSE 2
2 Hour Session
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