An Ancient Healing Art

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What is Tibetan Cranial®?

“Tibetan Cranial” known traditionally as “Thoba Khujatag”, was historically transmitted in a monastic environment in Tibet.  This oral tradition has been passed directly from teacher to apprentice over thousands of years.

It is a body based practice which involves a critical perception of numerous  pulses. It is a disciplined approach designed to re-align and restore our innate capacity for self healing. It carries the potential of transformation at many levels; physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

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Tibetan Cranial Clinic: Sessions Open to the Public & Free Lecture

Tibetan Cranial SessionHave you ever wanted to experience Tibetan Cranial for yourself?

Tibetan Cranial (TC) is an ancient healing art designed to promote our innate capacity for self-healing. It uses subtle touch to the head, face, palate, jaw, and neck, based on a sophisticated assessment of pulses. The pulse reading and other techniques are unique to Tibetan Cranial, differing from those used in Cranial-Sacral Therapy. TC carries the potential of transformation on many levels: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. Many people have reported pain reduction as well as relief from a wide variety of symptoms, including headaches, migraines, back and neck discomfort, whiplash, anxiety, head injury, concussion, stress-related conditions, TMJ pain, depression, nervous-system related issues, and many other health problems.

Our first Tibetan Cranial Clinic of 2016 will be in February, so don’t miss this opportunity to experience natural healing and well-being.

  • FREE LECTURE & DEMONSTRATION
    Friday, February 26, 2016, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
     at The Highland Event Center, 2945 Julian Street (at West 29th Ave.), Denver, CO 80211. No sign-up needed. Come meet Shar Lee, Master Teacher and Lineage Holder of the TC work, TC Apprentices, and Practitioners in person. Shar will share the amazing journey that led her to learn, practice, and now teach this ancient lineage of Tibetan Cranial. At the end of her talk, she will answer questions about the work and the TC Apprentice Program. Shar will offer a short session to one person, not to show techniques, but to give the group an experience of this work.
  • CLINIC SESSIONS
    Saturday and Sunday, February 27 – 28, 2016 
    at The Highland Event Center, 2945 Julian Street (at West 29th Ave.), Denver, CO 80211

 

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Become a Tibetan Cranial Apprentice

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Next Tibetan Cranial Apprentice Training:

Thursday, May 26, 2016 (4 p.m.)- Tuesday, May 31, 2016 (6 p.m.)
Cathedral Ridge Retreat and Conference Center, Woodland Park, CO

 


Introduction to Tibetan Cranial [TC] Apprentice Program

To become a Tibetan Cranial® practitioner, a two- to four-year program of instruction, study and practice is required. We call this process “Apprenticeship” in the same way other fine crafts have been taught throughout history. Working under Master Teacher Shar Lee, Apprentices develop the ability to hear the language of the pulses in order to know exactly what each client needs. Developing this skill takes training, practice, patience, humility, time, and dedication. Apprentices also cultivate a strong spiritual practice that allows them to sustain a sacred state of mantra or prayer throughout a Tibetan Cranial session. Connection to Spirit allows for information to be received and understood in a more precise way, thus opening the possibility for the client to heal from within.

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We continue to offer this valuable training in part by your generosity. We need your support. Please donate today to enable us to continue teaching this valuable Tibetan Cranial® work. For more information, please visit our donation page.